Madanlal Pahwa

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Madanlal Pahwa (, ) came to India in 1947 as a refugee after the partition of India. The plight of refugees intensified his anger against Mahatma Gandhi and other Congress leaders. Madanlal was sentenced to life imprisonment for his involvement in the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi

Early life

Madanlal Kishanlal Pahwa was born at Pakpattan in the district of Montgomery in India before partition. Pakpattan is now in Pakistan. After his matriculation he served in the Royal Indian Navy as a wireless operator. He was honorably discharged from the Navy in 1946 after the end of the Second World War. After the partition of India and Pakistan he came to India and settled at the Chembur Refugee Camp in Bombay. The main reason of coming to Bombay at that time was to find a job and during his tenure in the Navy he was stationed at Bombay. During that period most of the refugees were cursing Mahatma Gandhi and other Congress leaders for their plight.

Refugee in India

After many days of searching, he was unable to find a job. A friend at the refugee camp took him to Dr. J. C. Jain. At that time Dr. Jain taught Hindi at Ruia College. He considered Dr. Jain as a surrogate father and used to earn commission by selling his books. He used to earn a 25% commission by selling the books.

Madanlal found work in a licensed firecracker factory, Messrs Vassen Puspasen, and during this time he developed his skills at making grenades. During this period he came in contact with Dixit Maharaj,...
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