Roshan Singh

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Thakur Roshan Singh

Thakur Roshan Singh (22 January 1892, Shahjahanpur district - 19 December 1927, Allahabad) was a brave Indian revolutionary who was previously sentenced in the Bareilly shooting case during Non Cooperation Movement of 1921-22. After release from Bareilly Central Jail, he joined the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association in 1924. Although he had not taken part in the Kakori conspiracy (Aug 1925) yet he was arrested and confined to capital punishment of death sentence along with Ram Prasad 'Bismil' ,Asfakullah Khan and Rajendra Lahiri by the then British Government.[citation needed]

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  • Sharma Vidyarnav Yug Ke Devta: Bismil Aur Ashfaq 2004 Delhi Praveen Prakashan ISBN 81-7783-078-3.

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