He learnt bomb making from Javand Singh, of Nangal Kalan. Soon warrants for Arur Singh *s arrest were issued. He worked underground for two and a half years, exhorting the people to rise against the alien government. During this period, he killed one government informer and seven policemen. On 2 November 1916, he went to meet a friend of his in Lahore Jail, where he was immediately recognized and apprehended. Tried in the Lahore Conspiracy Case III (1916), he was, on 4 January 1917, sentenced to death with forfeiture of property, and was hanged shortly thereafter. During his trial he refused to defend himself; rather he openly confessed to his revolutionary activity.
1. Jagjit Singh, Ghacfar Parti Lahir. Delhi, 1979
2. Puri, Harish K., Ghadar Movement. Amritsar, 1983