Durga Prasad Chaudhary ji was again arrested along with his brother Ramnarayan for inciting rebellion in the Quit India Movement in 1942 and was sentenced to three years in jail. During the years 1936 to 1940, Maharawal Laxman Singh ji of Dungarpur provided financial assistance to ‘Navjyoti’. A British police officer praised Durga Prasad Chaudhary, calling him an honest patriot. He made significant contributions to the welfare of his community along with his political and journalistic efforts. If you want to buy Durga Prasad Chaudhary India Stamp with Miniature Sheet then you can visit Philacy.com.
31-07-2012: Durga Prasad Chaudhary India Stamp
Durga Prasad Chaudhary was a freedom fighter captain. He was born on 18th December 1906 in Neemkathana, Sikar district of Rajasthan. His father’s name was Muralidhar Chaudhary and elder brother’s name was Shri. Ramnarayan Chaudhary was a great leader of his time. Durga Prasad Chaudhary actively participated in the Non-Cooperation Movement on the call of Mahatma Gandhi. Remembering his contributions, India Post Department released Durga Prasad Chaudhary India Stamp. He was not only an ardent freedom fighter but also a fearless journalist. In 1936, he used his newspaper ‘Navjyoti’ to protest against foreign rule. Durga Prasad Choudhary was kept under house arrest from 1936 to 1940 along with Jwala Prasad ji and Ram Singh ji due to their activities.