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Essay on Shodh Yatri to Bangladesh 

The idea of the Shodh Yatri Programme for Bangladesh is to focus on the Victims and Liberty combatants of India’s liberty scuffle from the present-day Bangladesh. The systematized struggle by a huge number of folks associated with Gandhian mass movement such as non-cooperation program, Civil Disobedience undertaking and Quit India crusade had involvement from entire India and Bengal. Countless partakers of these activities were idealists, several more imprisoned and various amongst them perished during their captivities. Occasions, activities, schemes of the independence movement from the East Bengal (currently Bangladesh)

The Alipore secret plan 1909: 
The Alipore secret plan, for the very first time revealed the origin of radical crusade in Bengal and into the movement of enormously prearranged crusade. Birendranath Das Gupta: Dweller of Bikrampur settlement, Dacca quarter of Bangladesh, born in 1891, was an affiliate of Bagha Jatin Mukherjee’s radical group. He shot dead Mr. Shamsul Alam------ (who was responsible for Alipore Conspiracy Case) in the Alipore Court site on 24th January 1910. He was detained, put on trial, and convicted to loss of life. Jatindra Nath Mukherji (born on 8th December 1870) belonged to contemporaneous Bangladesh and was a very famous insurgent and sufferer for a cause. He is considered in India as well as Bangladesh. Countless Bengali youngsters were motivated and performed a role in the National Movement subsequent to the surrender of Jatindra Nath Mukherjee. During May 1907 he was delegated as a stenographer to Mr. O’Malley’s Administrative center in Darjeeling for the catalogue work, where he was observed by police in cases of bangs with the Europeans. He was commanded to vacate Darjeeling during a period of 24-hours on the justifications that he had clashed with two British warriors, who had ill-treated and battered him. It was assumed that he was the chief mastermind in the murder of Assistant Controller of Police, Shamsul Alam. He was detained on 27th January 1910 for his participation in the Howrah Treachery Case and his house was explored from where some partisan Bengali collected works and subversive brochures were found. Though, accusations against him were removed on account of nonexistence of adequate confirmation and he was unconfined. 
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