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Freedom Fighters

Sardar Patel

Bal Gangadhar Tilak Bhagath Singh
Khudiram Bose Ramaprasad Bismil
Ashfaqulla Khan Tatia Tope
Madame Cama
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Here's the Money!

When the other train was out of sight, they got busy again. The metallic sound of the 
blows on the box began to echo as before. The slit in the box became wide and the moneybags were taken out. During this time all passengers remained quiet. Among them were British officers who carried pistols with them. But they also remained quiet thinking that a big gang of dacoits had attacked the train.

There was a newly married young man in the men's compartment; his young bride was in the women's compartment. So he was worried and put out his head. A revolutionary fired his pistol and the young man died on the spot.

The revolutionaries did not notice any thing. The safe lay open. They were busy taking out the moneybags bundling them in rugs. Some of them walked towards Lucknow with the bundles on their heads.

Just ten young men had done this difficult job because of their courage, discipline, and patience, leadership and, more than all, love of the country. They had written a 
memorable chapter in the history of India's fight for freedom. These revolutionaries 
were: Ramaprasad Bismil, Rajendra Lahiri, Thakur Roshan Singh, Sachindra Bakshi, 
Chandra- sekhara Azad, Keshab Chakra- varthy, Banwari Lal, Mukundi Lal, Man- mathnath Gupta and Ashfaqulla Khan.

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Ashfaqulla Khan - The Pathan patriot who dedicated his life for the freedom of India
About Ashfaqulla Khan
The Lion Among Men
Toward Revolution
Revolutionaries Come Together
We Need Money But Where Is It?
Here It Is !
Money in Plenty, But...
The Train Is Stopped
Alas! Another Train in sight!
You are Here! Here's The Money !
The Lion Escapes
A Friend Betrays!
The British Court Of Justice
Poetry Kindled By Revolutionary Zeal
In The Dark Shadow Of Death
An Indian Lives And Dies For India
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