New Delhi: Ram Prasad Bismil, the heroic son of Bharat Mata and the great revolutionary, was born on 11 June 1897 in Mohalla Khirnibagh in Shahjahanpur district in Uttar Pradesh. Originally their ancestors were residents of Tomarghar village on the banks of the Chambal river in Gwalior. He was rich in acumen since childhood. He had good knowledge of Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit, English language. He added a new chapter in the history of India’s freedom struggle. Broke the shackles of slavery and fell in love with freedom. The foundation of British rule was shaken. Pt. Ramprasad Bismil, who led the youth, was rich in many talents. Along with the poems of the patriarch, he also used poetry. Bismil’s revolutionary ideas gave a different direction to the independence movement.
Came into contact with Aryasamaj in adolescence
Ram Prasad came into contact with Aryasamaj in his teens. The sole purpose of Ramprasad Bismil was to achieve complete independence. He actively participated in Gandhi’s non-cooperation movement but was very disappointed to withdraw Gandhi’s movement after the Chauri-Chaura massacre. At the Gaya session of 1922, Ramprasad Bismil and his colleagues made their presence felt. Liberal and extremist ideologies were separated in the Congress.
He established the Hindustan Republican Association (HRA) party and built its headquarters in Benares. Bismil’s task of buying weapons for his party was. Ramprasad Bismil, Ashfaqulla Khan, Rajendra Lahiri, Chandrashekhar Azad, Sachindra Bakshi, Keshav Chakraborty, Manmathnath Gupta, Murari Lal Gupta, Mukundi Lal Gupta and Banwari Lal etc. carried out the Kakori incident on August 9, 1925, the basic purpose of which was the organization. Money had to be arranged.
The British government arrested and prosecuted 40 revolutionaries of the Hindustan Republican Association, in which Ramprasad Bismil, Ashfaq Ulla Khan, Roshan Singh, Rajendra Lahiri were sentenced to death. In the trial, 16 other revolutionaries were sentenced to a minimum sentence of 4 years to the sentence of Kalapani. On December 19, 1927, Pt. Ramprasad Bismil was hanged in the jail of Gorakhpur. At the age of just 30, he made a great passion to liberate India by sacrificing his life. Opening the doors of India’s independence by giving martyrdom to these unmatched patriots of India. The whole of India pays homage to these heroes.