- Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose: Addressing the inaugural session of the national seminar organized on the subject of nationalism and youth concerns
- Our youth should know about their history and cultural heritage, problems will go away on their own.
The British had left the 1942 Quit India Movement. Manipur was liberated by Netaji with 64 thousand soldiers. The army was moving rapidly towards Kolkata. The British were frightened by the activities of Azad Hind Fauj and Netaji. The British were afraid of the revolution of 1857. This was the reason that the British left the country a year ago on 15 August 1947. This was stated by Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan at the National Symposium held in Jabalpur on 125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
Governor Arif Mohammad Khan was addressing the inaugural session of the National Seminar on “Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Nationalism and Youth Concern” at Shaheed Smarak Gol Bazaar on Friday. During this period, Union Minister of State for Culture and Tourism Prahlada Singh Patel, Netaji’s nephew Chandrakumar Bose, Major General GD Bakshi, Major General GD Bakshi, Member Secretary, Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, Sachchidanand Joshi were among the main speakers.
Netaji and Azad Hind Fauj did not get proper place in history
Governor Khan said that the contribution of Netaji and Azad Hind Fauj has never been allowed to come before the history and the country. This is not justice with the renunciation of that great patriot. Netaji was a patient. Only cold-blooded men do not deviate from the path of justice. Our youth must be aware of their history and traditions. If this happens, many problems will automatically go away. Actually, Indian culture has elements to solve problems not only in India but around the world.
Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan and Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel.
It is a matter of pride for me to come to Jabalpur
Governor Arif Mohammad Khan said that memories of Netaji are attached to the city, it is a matter of pride for me to come here. The city has left an indelible mark on the pages of history by honoring Netaji. Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and Swami Vivekananda had a special influence on Netaji.
Introduced intellectualism by passing the ICS exam
Prahlad Singh Patel, Union Minister of State for Culture and Tourism (Independent Charge), who is presiding over the National Seminar, said that today’s youth should learn sacrifice and dedication to the country from Netaji. Netaji passed the country’s highest examination ICS (Indian Civil Service) at the age of 24, but did not delay a moment to leave him for the country.
Was elected president in 52nd Congress session, then procession of 52 elephants came out
In 1939, when the President of the Indian National Congress was elected at the Tripuri session, a procession of 52 elephants was taken out on the streets of Jabalpur in his honor. Even that supreme position was not allowed to become a fettle of its duties and abandoned it. Netaji has a close association with Jabalpur. Forward Bloc was established, and its 28th meeting was also held in Jabalpur. Netaji was a political prisoner in Seoni near Jabalpur and then in the Central Jail in Jabalpur.
Citizens present at the national seminar.
Need to rewrite history, the country is being taught false history
Netaji’s nephew Chandra Kumar Bose and Major GD Bakshi, who arrived from Kolkata, also remembered Netaji’s contribution in a vigorous manner. Major Bakshi said that history should be rewritten. Left-wing historians have vanished thousands of nationalists, including Netaji, from the pages of history.
The British had to flee due to armed protest not ahimsa movement.
The Azad Hind Fauj played a major role in the independence of the country. The British had to flee the country in 1947, a year before due to this fear. The seminar was also addressed by Prof. Kapil Kumar (Delhi), Dr. Raghav Sharan Sharma (Benaras), S. Premanand Sharma (Manipur) and Devendra Sharma (Jaipur) and Ravindra Vajpayee (Jabalpur), and Manish Tripathi, who is online from Singapore.
Exhibition focused on Netaji’s personality
An exhibition focused on the personality-gratitude of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was also organized under the direction of Prof. Kapil Kumar. On the 400-meter canvas, Netaji’s association with Jabalpur during the national movement is being portrayed.
Nearly 200 local, regional, national and international eminent painters and fine art students are spreading their art. These include traditional artists of 20 Gondi folk culture. Every look and feel of Netaji is being created.
Netaji’s life and struggle landing on the canvas.
The veteran painter brings to life the canvas of the formation of Netaji and Azad Hind Fauj and Rani Jhansi Regiment from the Tripuri Session of Jabalpur in 1939 to the eyes of German dictator Hitler.
Netaji remained in the Central Jail in Jabalpur from 1931 to 1933, had a 104 degree fever during the Tripuri session, yet was elected National President of the Congress by defeating the candidate of Mahatma Gandhi, as the pages of history are being portrayed in the pictures.
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