The father of the Indian Armed Rebellion is Vasudev Balwant Phadke. He was an Indian independence activist and revolutionary who sought India’s independence from colonial rule.
He formed a revolutionary group of the Ramoshi people. The group started an armed struggle to overthrow the colonial government, launching raids on wealthy European businessmen to obtain funds for the purpose.
He was captured after a fierce fight at the district of Kaladgi on 20 July 1879. After being put on trial, he escaped again while being escorted to a prison but was recaptured. He then went on a hunger strike, dying on 17 February 1883
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