An Indian politics innovative and an associate from the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association, Thapar was executed for his involvement in the 1928 Lahore Conspiracy, which resulted in the assassination of police deputy J. P. Saunders. While teaching at India’s Country wide University, Lahore, he became among the founders of the youth independence motion referred to as Naujawan Bharat Sabha. After his loss of life, his statue was erected to commemorate his functions of bravery. He was created and elevated in Ludhiana, Punjab, that was then portion of British-ruled India. He and fellow innovative Bhagat Singh had been both hanged for his or her functions in the Lahore Conspiracy.