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Benod Behari Choudhury
Chittagong hero
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Benod Behari Choudhury

THE passing away of Benod Behari Choudhury, 102, on April 10 in Kolkata closes one of the most celebrated chapters of India’s freedom struggle. He was the last surviving member of the group of revolutionaries who had taken part in the Chittagong Armed Uprising led by the legendary ‘Masterda’ Surya Sen in 1930. Choudhury lived in Chittagong in Bangladesh, and was in Kolkata for treatment of respiratory problems.


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Freedom fighters like Benod Behari Choudhury are the real heroes of
India, and they should be remembered by our young generation. They are the
real life heroes, those who devoted their entire lives for the service of
the nation.
from:  prabhatkumarroy
Posted on: May 23, 2013 at 12:01 IST
                                
 
                            
            

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