Mangal Pandey was born on 19 July 1827 in a Brahmin family in Nagwa, a village of upper Ballia district, Uttar Pradesh. In 1949, he joined in Bengal Army. At Barrackpore on the afternoon of 29 March 1857, Mangal Pandey was in front of the regiment’s guard room with all the weapons. Before Pandey loading the pistol, British men fired which was missed. While English Sergeant-Major Hewson had arrived on the parade ground, summoned by a native officer, before Baugh. He had ordered Jemadar Ishwari Prasad, but he denied. In the meantime, Baugh had arrived on the field shouting ‘Where is he? Where is he?’ Hewson in reply called out to Baugh, ‘Ride to the right, sir, for your life. The sepoy will fire at you!’ At that point, Pandey fired.
Hewson had charged towards Pandey as he was fighting with Lieutenant Baugh. Then the General Hearsey came and he rode up to the guard, drew his pistol and ordered them to do their duty by seizing Mangal Pandey. Furthermore, Pandey himself released trigger at his chest and collapsed bleeding. Pandey recovered and was brought to trial less than a week later. Therefore, he stated steadfastly that he had mutinied on his own accord and that no other person had played any part in encouraging him. Finally, On 18 April, he was sentenced to death by hanging including with Jemadar Ishwari Prasad.
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