CC Antya 9.30

rāja-putra āsi’ tāre cāṅge caḍāila
khaḍaga-upare phelāite tale khaḍaga pātila”
Word for word: 
rāja-putra — the prince; āsi’ — coming; tāre — him; cāṅge — on the cāṅga; caḍāila — raised; khaḍaga-upare — upon the swords; phelāite — to throw; tale — below; khaḍaga pātila — he spread swords.
Translation: 
“Thus the prince went back, raised Gopīnātha Paṭṭanāyaka onto the platform of the cāṅga and spread swords below upon which to throw him.”