Thakur Roshan Singh Birthday 22 January 1892.

Indian revolutionary leader Thakur Roshan Singh was executed by the British in 1927 after being wrongfully tried for the Kakori plot.

Born into a Rajput family in the village of Nabada in the Shahjahanpur district of the United Provinces (Uttar Pradesh), Thakur Roshan Singh (22 January 1892 – 19 December 1927) was an Indian revolutionary who was sentenced in the Bareilly shooting case during the Non-Cooperation Movement of 1921–22. In 1924, following his release from Bareilly Central Jail, he became a member of the Hindustan Republican Association.

Despite his lack of involvement in the August 1925 Kakori conspiracy, the British government at the time had him arrested and prosecuted in January 1926 for a murder committed in December 1924 during the Bamrauli dacoity.
Along with Rajendra Lahiri, Ashfaqulla Khan, and Ram Prasad Bismil, he received a death sentence. He was put to death on December 19, 1927, at Allahabad Jail.
It is often known that his family experienced social and financial difficulties following his passing, including difficulties matching his daughters with suitable husbands.

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