His articles in newspapers like Kesari, which he founded in had earned him strong support from like-minded people like the Chapekar brothers , and he was also arrested several times. It was the same year when the non-cooperation movement was launched, and Rai was an active participant. Lala Lajpat Rai, from undivided Punjab, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, from Maharashtra and Bipin Chandra Pal from what was then united Bengal, had come together to advocate the Swadeshi movement—rejecting the purchase of British goods and becoming self-reliant as a country. As no one took the blame, the entire class was being punished. He even went on speaking tours and encouraged his listeners to join the fight of Swarajya through his excellent oratory skills. His proactive, brave participation in the protest earned him the title of the Lion of Punjab or Punjab Kesari. Pal was a journalist by profession and often contributed to several newspapers. A law student from the Deccan College in Poona now Pune , Tilak was an advocate of education from a very young age. Tilak was a loud voice against the British rule, from the very beginning.
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