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Keshwa Prasad

Gaya, Bihar

January 20, 2022 to February 28, 2022

He was actively involved in the Civil Disobedience Movement from 1930-32. Prasad was a member of the Hindustan Socialist Republic Association. He was arrested in Gaya in connection with Explosive and Arms seizure incident. He was tried for Gaya Conspiracy case and sentenced to seven years jail in 1933. He was deported to Andaman. He took part in the hunger strike in July 1937 which continued for 37 days. Keshwa Prasad was repatriated in 1937 and was released a year later. Again he was arrested in 1942. In the seventies he turned spiritual and settled down at Brindavan.