75 years of Azad Hind government: PM Modi hoisted the tri-color in the Red Fort, said – The Sufi forgotten for a family

75 years of Azad Hind government: PM Modi hoisted the tri-color in the Red Fort, said – The Sufi forgotten for a family
21 Oct

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoisted the tricolor in the Red Fort today, 75 years after Azad Hind government’s completion On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi also talked about the previous governments of Congress and the attack on Gandhi Nehru family for the sake of the name. The Prime Minister said that only one family had forgotten the sons of the country for just one family.
PM Modi targets Congress and Gandhi
Prime Minister Modi said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi said,” It is tragic that to tell a family a bigger, many sages of the country, they should be Sardar Patel, Baba Saheb Ambedkar, just like them, like Netaji An attempt was made to forget the contribution. ”
He said, “Today, I can definitely say that in the decades after Independent India, if the country had the guidance of such personalities like Subhash Babu, Sardar Patel, they would not have foreign glasses to see India, then the situation was very much Was different. ”
Naman to his mother and father to give the country as a leader
Recalling the leader G. Subhash Chandra Bose on this occasion, the Prime Minister said, “Today I bow to the parents who gave leader G Subhash Chandra Bose to a saffron country. I am bowing down to the soldiers and families who have favored themselves in the fight for independence. ”
Azad Hind Government was not just a name
While complimenting Azad Hind Sarkar, the Prime Minister said, “Azad Hind Government was not just a name, but under the leadership of Netaji, the schemes related to every sector were created by this government. This government had its own bank, its currency, its postage stamp was its intelligence system. Netaji had only one purpose, the only mission was the independence of India. That was his ideology and this was his work place. ”
Growing 130 crores with the resolve of new India
The Prime Minister said, “India has moved a step forward, but it is yet to reach new heights. To achieve this goal, today 130 crore people of India are moving forward with new India’s resolve. A new India, which was conceived by Subhash Babu too. Recalling his days of Cambridge, Subhash Babu wrote that “We are taught to Indians that Europe is a great form of Great Britain, so our habit has to look at Europe with glasses.” ‘
Pakistan also warned
In gesture gestures, Prime Minister Modi attacked Pakistan and warned him. He said, “Our military power has always been for self-defense and will continue to do so. We have never been the greedy person of any other land, but whatever challenge will be for India’s sovereignty, it will get the answer with double power. ”
Prime Minister Modi said, “The balanced development of the country, at every level of society, the opportunity for nation building each person, its role in the progress of the nation, was part of Netaji’s broad vision. Those who dedicated themselves to independence were fortunate to have people like us who did not get this opportunity, we have a chance to live for the country and be dedicated to development.
What is the significance of today’s day?
Today, the building of Salimgarh has a separate place in the history of the Red Fort. Colonel Prem Sehgal, Colonel Gurubaksh Singh Dhillon, Maj Gen Shahnawaz Khan, who had famously been named as ‘Red Fort Judgment’, was named in the building by the three officers of the Azad Hind Fauj. 75 years ago on 21st October, 1943, Subhash Chandra Bose made India the first non-permanent government of independent India. Then the countries had given recognition to the temporary India government.

Government will open a museum in the name of Subhash Chandra Bose
Central Government’s plan is to open a museum on the Red Fort in the name of Subhash Chandra Bose. This museum will save the memories related to the history of Azad Hind Fauj and its fight in the freedom of India. Along with the animation and hightech light and sound programs, the battles fought against Bose and the British will also be brought to life. The memories of Bose will be preserved in this building.

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