Delhi conspiracy case 1912 – GKToday

Delhi conspiracy case 1912

One of the outfits of Bengal on the lines of Anushilan Samiti was Yungantar, which had started in the guise of a fitness club. It was also established by the revolutionaries like Arubindo Ghosh, his brother Barin Ghosh, Raja Subodh Mallik, Khudiram Bose Prafulla Chaki etc.

After the Alipore Bomb Case trials, many of the members were lodged in the Jails and sent to Kala Pani, from where they were released only under a general amnesty in 1920 after First World War.

One of the important members of this outfit was Ras Bihari Bose, who is best known for his association with the Indian National Army. After the Alipore Bombay Case, he left Bengal and worked in Dehradun as a clerk in the Forest Research Institute. It is said that the Delhi Conspiracy was hatched by Ras Bihari Bose, but was never proved.