9th August – The revolutionaries had been looted today. The train at Kakori station, which had stirred the roots of British power, became angry but some so-called non-violent Hindus

Many warriors on the hanging of Kakori’s train looted

It was the time when these clothes of some so-called contractors used to wash away abroad, while the revolutionaries of India did not have the money till they started eating tea. They had no money, but they were fighting against him. Although the spanien colleagues forgot them and painted the books, by praising them, who indirectly destroyed the country. Today the discrepancy in the country’s religious, caste, linguistic form, etc. can be regarded as the responsibility of the so-called freedom firms. .

Kakori Kand was a historic event to loot the treasury of the British government for the purchase of arms from the dangerous intention of a fierce battle against the British Raj by the revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle, which took place on 9 August 1925. Four Mauser pistols made by Germany in this train robbery were brought to work. The specialty of these pistols was that they could be used as a rifle by placing another piece of wood made of wood behind the butt.

Only ten members of the Hindustan Republican Association carried out this whole incident. This was a revolutionary whose name was taken as equal by the sellers. During the meeting in Shahjahanpur in view of the urgent need of funds for speeding up the movement of independence run by revolutionaries, Ram Prasad Bismil The plan was to rob the treasure.

As a result, Rajendranath Lahiri, a prominent member of the party, stopped the “eight down Saharanpur-Lucknow Passenger train” from Kakori railway station in Lucknow district on 9th August, 1925, and stopped the Ashfaq Ulla Khan under the leadership of revolutionary Ram Prasad Bismil. With the help of Chandrashekhar Azad and 6 other colleagues, looted the government treasure while chasing the entire train. Although the echo of his work went abroad, it was reported from the British to all the countries preparing for a world war.

Those who considered these heroes as iron were considered by some of the so-called non-violent non-Hindus as being wrong, and because of their mischief, none of these heroes had helped later.

Later, the British government sued the total 40 revolutionaries of the Hindustan Republican Association for waging armed wars against the emperor, robbing public exchequer and killing innocent people, including Rajendranath Lahiri, Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaq Ulla Khan and Thakur Roshan Singh. Was sentenced to death (punishment for hanging).

In this case, 16 other revolutionaries were punished from the punishment of at least 4 years to maximum black water (lifelong imprisonment). Some revolutionaries have been named after some patriotic historians but many have remained anonymous. Today, on that valiant day, the Sudarshan family takes the resolution to keep their respect and immortal glory forever. ..