(Last Updated on : 30/10/2014)
Indian Freedom struggle was not just established in one night. It took a gargantuan period of 200 years to take shape and the result that followed, is history. Umpteen lives were laid down for one singular and substantial cause. The stronghold of the British was an easy task to crush forever and forever. Their policy of 'Divide and Rule', had to a profound extent been nearly successful, but for the overwhelming united participation of freedom fighters, both young and old. Their conspiring and daring attempts to snatch back native power once more upon Indian hands had proved triumphant, with these endeavours coming in a 'grape-shot'. Conspiracy cases during British India amounted to uncountability personified, aided as these crusaders were with guns and ammunitions and of course, the subtle intellect.
Unity in diversity was wholly demonstrated in the illustrious and famed presence of some remarkable conspiracy cases that occurred during the extensive British ruling period, which led to eventual ousting of the autocrats. Numerous cases had taken the shape of gigantic proportion, at times making the British thoughtful about their presence in their captured country. Each of the conspiracy cases in British India started from Kashmir, ending in the tip in south, Kanyakumari. The common feature in each of these cases is that, every one was carried in earnest, either to rob the foreign treasury and make them bankrupt in turn, or hurtling of bombs in several sensitive places, just to arouse an awareness. The unified influence of automobiles, English guns or armouries, even the usage of British English by educated natives, made these rendezvous applauded and respected nationwide.
Each of these conspiracy case instances during British occupied India were further carried out on the sly, the conspirators taking every caution not to get caught and subsequently flogged behind bars. The daring and daunting manner in which these were carried out, is evident by the number of martyrs one witnesses in contemporary times. Such was the call of the nation that school-going boys even had joined hands in these undertakings, not fearing once about being deportation to Kala Pani. Indeed becoming a shaheed, or getting killed while in action had almost become the order of the day, with perhaps mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers or wives braving their tears for a nations greater cause. Men like Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev, Batukeshwar Dutt, Chandra Shekhar Azad, Surya Sen, Ramprasad Bismil had risen to prominence during this time period, making these stealth cases even more glorious and India shining to English populace.