Subodh Roy (Bengali: সুবোধ রায়; 1916–2006) (also known as Jhunku Roy) was a Bengali Indian independence activist, revolutionary and politician.
Subodh Roy was born in 1916 in a rich family at Chittagong in erstwhile-undivided Bengal. He was the youngest participant in the Chitagong armoury raid in 1930-31 under the direction of the legendary revolutionary leader Surya Sen (Masterda). He had been in the first batch to be sentenced at the age of 14, he participated in the Chittagong armoury raid, along with Surya Sen and other revolutionaries on April 18, 1930. After the trial, Subodh Roy was deported to the Cellular Jail in Port Blair in 1934.
Contested in 2 election(s), the details of election track record are below.
Has no criminal cases against them - clean chit!
Current total assets are Rs.9,80,736.
|Election||Constituency||Party||Criminal Cases||Assets||Liabilities||Election Expenses||Result|
|Lok Sabha 2009||Bhagalpur||CPM||0||9,80,736|
|Lok Sabha 2004||Bhagalpur||cpm||0||4,76,439|