Sarat Chandra Bose

Sarat Chandra Bose

Sarat Chandra Bose

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<!-- Image with questionable fair-use claim removed: -->Sarat Chandra Bose (September 1889 - February 20, 1950) was a barrister and Indian freedom fighter. He was the elder brother of Subhash Chandra Bose.

Early life

His forefathers had served the Afghan rulers of pre-Mughal Bengal with great distinction.Born to FatherJanakinath Bose and MotherBibhabati Bose (née Dey) in Calcutta on 6 September 1889, Sarat Bose studied in Presidency College, Calcutta and then went to England in 1911 to become a barrister. He began a successful legal practice upon his return to India, but later abandoned it to join the Indian independence movement. Bose was one of the best Bengali Hindu barristers but lost to the Bihari Shia barrister Sir Sultan Ahmed in one of his most high profile cases despite being aided by Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru and Motilal Nehru. Sarat regarded Syed Hasan Imam a relative of Syed Sultan Ahmed as the best barrister in British India. He later joined the Indian National Congress and participated in the Non-Cooperation Movement. He was strongly influenced by the leadership of Chittaranjan Das, a leading Bengali nationalist.

Political career

In 1936, Bose became the president of the Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee, and served as a member of the All India Congress Committee from 1936 to 1947. From 1946 to 1947, Bose would lead the Congress delegation to the Central Legislative Assembly. He strongly supported the formation of the Indian National Army by Subhash...
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