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Sushil Sen:

Sushil Sen

Sushil Kumar Sen (Bengali: সুশিল কুমার সেন) born during the year 1892 in Sylhet district of Bengal (Bangladesh). He had participated in many Indian Independence Movement.


At an early age for having participated in one of the picketing against the British judiciary he was sentenced with 15 lashes. Sen developed patriotic spirit from his childhood and had studied at National College, Kolkatta.


He was one of the accused in the famous Alipore Bomb Case and was arrested on May 1909 and was sentenced to 7 years rigorous imprisonment and later this sentence was cancelled by High Court as his role in the Alipore Bomb Case was not proved. However he had to spent in jail for 21 months. He was active in many direct actions and important among them was an action against the Pro British Inspector in Special Investigation Cell Suresh Chandra Mukherjee and Killed him. He was active in raising resources for revolutionary activities and was successful in collecting about Rs. 10,000/- (Rupees Ten Thousand) during 1915 for Rash Behari Bose's escape to Japan.


He was martyred while in action with police on 2nd May 1915.