Immortal soldier Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

January 23 is the birthday of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the heroic son of India. His arrival in present-day Bengal and India is much needed. A true hero like Netaji is needed today to fight those who are tearing apart a united India every day in the name of religion. I don't know if there will be some 'Kalki' incarnation of the Kali age who will save our homeland with miraculous power from the clutches of this ruler.

Immortal soldier Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Today, in memory of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, I have highlighted some facts about the heroism of this Indian hero to children.

He was born into the Basu family in Cuttack, Orissa. Father Janaki Nath Bose and mother Prabhavati Devi Inspired by the thought of Swami Vivekananda, Subhash Chandra Bose started protesting against the injustice of English since his student days. In January 1902, he was admitted to the Protestant European School (now Stuart High School) in Cuttack. In 1913 he took second place in the matriculation exam. He passed the bachelor's degree from Scottish Church College, University of Calcutta in 1918.

At the request of his father, Netaji went to England to take part in the Indian Civil Service Examination. He got the highest grades in English and placed fourth in the civil service exam. But the brave Subhash, who was a devout son of the motherland, resigned from the civil service in April 1921 in protest against the British and returned to India to participate in the fight for freedom. He later joined the Indian National Congress and was elected president of the youth wing.

Congress was a great organization in the fight for freedom. Subhash Chandra Bose became a strong leader in Congress and was twice elected President of the National Congress. But in the Congress, Gandhiji opposed his ideology with a moderate and non-violent attitude. As a result, he resigned as president of the Congress party in 1939, despite winning the election by a wide margin. He continued to demand full independence.

On June 22, 1939, Subhash Chandra Bose formed a party called the All India Forward Bloc.
Netaji was subsequently placed under house arrest by the British before fleeing India in 1940. The British imprisoned Netaji many times. He fled in disguise, passing through Afghanistan and Central Asia, first to the Soviet Union and then to Berlin, Germany, on April 2, 1941. He left Germany on April 2, 1943 and sailed from Singapore to Tokyo on May 11 . In July 1943, Netaji took control of the INA (Indian National Army). He garnered wide support among expatriate Indians. A separate women's unit of the INA was formed at Netaji's initiative.

In this way he fought against the British with great courage and intelligence. Today he may not be. But in the heart of every Bengali he is immortal.

We need such a hero today. Pranam to Sricharan from Bir Subhas, the best son of Bharatmata.

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