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Grave charges of conspiratorial activities were brought against him by the Bristish, who wanted to see him dead just like the Rana rulers had wanted earlier. His wife Kayani, already in failing health, died of heart failure on hearing about the judicial proceedings to extradite Regmi to Nepal. If the Bristish had succeeded in proving its case it would have cost him his life. But both the Ranas and the British did not succeed in their nefarious game, as the civil surgeon, an English  man of integrity, would not allow the British Government to carry out the sentence. Regmi was suffering from tuberculosis while he was in Lucknow jail. Later he was released towards the early 1946. By mid 1946, Regmi was restored to full health. He did not rest further and jumped into the fray of struggle not minding his health problem.