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The Meerut Conspiracy Case is biggest political trial ever held in India. The trial started on March 15, 1929, and ended in 1933, and involved the prosecution of 31 persons. The British Government arrested socialist leaders and trade unionists who were greatly influenced by the Communist movement, and they were accused of huring the British economy through strikes and revolutionary manuevers.

The accused were sentensed after the trial and upon their release, many continued their activities and established what went to to become the leftist movement.

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