When the East India Company was swallowing up the whole of India. Then, in April 1756, the twenty-year-old Nawab Siraj-ud-Daulah took over the throne of Bengal. India was then divided into prostitutes and smaller states.
As soon as he took over the throne of Bengal, the twenty-year-old brave Nawab Siraj-ud-Daulah told the East India Company that
They refrained from their belligerent and expansionist ambitions and remained within their trade boundaries.
But the East India Company was launched in India under a regular plan.
So he stuck to his plan.
In May 1756, the very next month after assuming the Nawabship due to various misdeeds and violations by the East India Company, Siraj-ud-Daulah’s army attacked the British cantonment at Qasimabad and the company’s factory, causing great damage to the British and their fort Nawab. Came under the control of
Shortly afterwards, in June 1756, the Nawab’s army again defeated the British at Calcutta.
Nawab Siraj-ud-Daulah entrusted the administration of the city of Calcutta to his trusted Mir Jafar and set out with another army for another expedition to “Bihar” and after success there captured “Purnia” and “Patna”.
The following year, the famous battle of Plassey was fought between the British and Nawab Siraj-ud-Daulah on 23 June 1757.
Which decided the fate of Bengal. Prior to this battle, Nawab Siraj-ud-Daulah came to know that Mir Jafar and his son Mir Miran were allies of the British, but Mir Jafar took a false oath of allegiance to the Holy Qur’an.
Due to the betrayal of Mir Sadiq, the Nawab was defeated in this battle and Chashma Falak saw this proud and fearless lion being captured by the treacherous British because of the traitors.
Mir Jafar Ghadar received the Nawabi of Bengal as a reward, but covert decisions were made by Lord Clive, so soon Mir Jafar Ghadar also revolted against the British.
And the traitor was soon brought to an end by his masters.
Mir Jafar Ghadar, while ending the haram of salt, hanged a girl like Nawab Siraj Al-Dawla in his impure palace Jafar Jang.
The porch of the palace in which Nawab Siraj al-Dawla was hanged is still called in the UNESCO records (Traitor’s gate) or the treacherous porch and his palace
The remains of this treacherous palace are still standing today which will remain a memorial of the traitor Mir Jafar and his treachery till the end of time.
This source of betrayal is located at Murshidabad in West Bengal and it is a sign of public hatred that even today passersby pass by this palace spitting and throwing stones.
Even people from other areas come to spit and express hatred, especially at the mark of this betrayal. Regardless of religion and creed, it is a reflection of public love for Nawab Siraj-ud-Daulah and hatred from generation to generation for the ugly act of treachery and cowardice of Mir Jafar. This palace has been given the name of Ghadar Mahal not only by the government but also by the people as Ghadar Mahal. By order of the government, it will not be changed, nor will it be demolished, nor will housing be provided here.
This is the reward of nature for the disgraced traitors.