Chittagong Armoury Raid

The Chittagong armoury raid (Bengali: চট্টগ্রাম অস্ত্রাগার লুন্ঠন) was an attempt on 18 April 1930 to raid the armoury of police and auxiliary forces from the Chittagong armoury in Bengal province of India by armed revolutionaries for Indian independence led by Surya Sen popularly known as Master-da. Chittagong now is in Bangladesh.

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