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‘Netaji believed freedom cannot be earned by non-violence’


Kolkata: West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi today said Netaji was a leader who believed that cannot be earned by non-violence.

Addressing the 121st birth of Netaji, Tripathi said he was one of the greatest leaders of Indian struggle.

“Netaji gave inspiring slogans as ‘Jai Hind’, ‘Dilli Chalo’, ‘Give me blood I will give you freedom’. He was one leader who believed cannot be earned by non-violence.

He remained an inspiration for the young generation to make the supreme sacrifice for the motherland,” the Governor said.

Tripathi also referred to the “fascinating relationship” between Mahatma Gandhi and Netaji, based on mutual respect.

Director of Netaji Research Bureau, Prof Sugata Bose said in 1944, the fighter had said in a message to Gandhi on Azad Hind Radio – “Father of our Nation in this holy war for India’s liberation, we ask for your blessings and good wishes.”

Sugata Bose, the grand-nephew of Subhas Chandra Bose, said 2018 marks the 80th year of Netaji becoming the President at the Haripura session of the Congress.

Tributes were today paid to fighter Netaji on his 121st birth anniversary here.

Paying tributes to Netaji, United Democratic Party working president Paul Lyngdoh today lamented that revolutionary icons like Netaji are given little space in history books.

Khun Hynniewtrep National Awakening Movement (KHNAM) working president, Adelbert Nongrum paying tributes to Netaji called upon the people, especially the youth, to learn from the life and deeds of the fighter.

Holding portraits of Netaji and raising patriotic slogans, people took part in prabhat pheris (morning processions) here.



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