|Died||13 December 1930 (aged 22)|
|Other names||Binoy Bose|
|Alma mater||Mitford Medical School (now Sir Salimullah Medical College)|
|Known for||Writers' Building attack|
Benoy Krishna Basu (Bengali: বিনয় কৃষ্ণ বসু Binôe Boshu) or Benoy Basu or Benoy Bose (11 September 1908 – 13 December 1930) was an Indian revolutionary against British rule in India, who launched an attack on the Secretariat Building; the Writers' Building at the Dalhousie square in Kolkata, along with Badal Gupta and Dinesh Chandra Gupta.
Basu was born on 11 September 1908, in the village Rohitbhog in the Munshiganj District, then in British India. His father, Rebatimohan Basu was an engineer.