Phoolan Devi is sometimes referred to as "The Indian Robin Hood". A lady who rose from poverty, through abuse and gangfights and came out a politician championing equality. She unfortunately met her end by assassination, as not everybody likes the idea of equality, sadly.
She suffered abuse from many men at many different points. One day, she gathered up a group of her trusted men, had twenty two of her abusers (including associates) lined up and shot dead in Behmai - the village where she had been held captive. This went on to be known as The Behmai Massacre.
Phoolan handed herself in to the police and was eventually pardoned of the forty eight charges. She went on to become a politician for the Samajwadi Party and spent the rest of her life fighting the injustice of the caste system. Unfortunately that was not too long, as she was shot outside her home in 2001.
Each figure is 28mm scale, metal, and sculpted by Alan Marsh.
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