Know Which traitor got Bhagat Singh sentenced to death

The history of the Indian freedom struggle is a witness that the root cause of the success of the British was the local spies.

With the help of which the British either captured and hanged the revolutionaries or hanged them. Great revolutionaries like Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev. The traitor who had the biggest hand in getting the death penalty was the revolutionary of Bihar. Phanindra Nath Ghosh, who was Bhagat Singh’s most world.

Idiosyncrasies were buddies But went a robbery gone to escape punishment in case they become an approver. It gave testimony Killaf Court Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru and Sukhdev sentenced to death.

After the Kakori incident, the ‘Hindustan Republican Association’ was completely scattered. Bhagat Singh pledged to revive it. In 1928, the organization planned to rob Hargun Mahato’s house in Maulaniya village, some distance from Bettiah, for money management.

Kismat did not support the revolutionaries here either. Revolutionary Kamal Nath Tiwari’s elbow was cut in the order of robbery. Was not taking the name of stopping the blood. The ruckus created a lot in this sequence. Despite not being compelled, one had to run away with blood.

In this order, Phanindra Nath Ghosh was arrested in his maternal grandfather at Manikatalla. Now he had become a government witness. Ghosh had betrayed his own people. He was taken to Lahore to testify against the accused of Lahore conspiracy i.e. Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev and Kamal Nath Tiwari.

Later, as a government witness, Phanindra Nath Ghosh also gave his testimony in the Sands-slaughter case and assembly bombings and on the basis of this testimony, Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were sentenced and sentenced to death.


In 1932, Yogendra Shukla and Gulab Chandra Gulali escaped in an intelligence manner on the night of Diwali. As soon as he got out of jail, he vowed to punish traitor Phanindra Nath Ghosh.

On 9 November 1932, Baikunth Shukla and Chandra Singh descended on the bicycle after reaching the western gate of Meena Bazaar in Bettiah. After standing his bicycle on a paan gumti and headed towards Phanindra Nath Ghosh’s shop, Shukla hit the fire-cracked hand grenade on the ground with the aim of removing the crowd from around Ghosh’s shop.

Ear-piercing explosion It became impossible to see anything in the hum of smoke. Taking advantage of this opportunity, Shukla took out the khukri and indiscriminately attacked Ghosh. The attack was so deadly that Ghosh screamed and went to the ground.

Phanindra Nath Ghosh died in Betia Hospital for nearly a week while battling between life and death. Later Baikunth Shukla was sentenced to death for this murder.


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