January 28, 2007
Sirsa (SIRSA NEWS)
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The revolutionary leader of India's War of Independence Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's 110th birthday was celebrated today at Sirsa.
Tarun Sangh Sirsa organized a program to commemorate the day, after unfurling of the tricolor; Netaji’s Statue was garlanded at Subhash Chowk later a seminar was held at Bhagat Singh Park. Deputy Commissioner V. Umashanker, SP Mr. Vikas Arora, Gp. Captain Air Force Mr. Ashit Mehta garlanded and paid tribute to their hero who founded the Indian National Army (Azad Hind Fauj) to drive the British rulers out of India.
Mr. Satish Gupta of Tarun Sangh informed Sirsa News that, Netaji Subhas was born in a refined Bengali family of Cuttack (in the Indian State of Orrisha). He went to a missionary English school. He did not like the upmarket uniform, the un-Indian formal mannerism and the underlying foreignness of the environment and later transferred to a Bengali school. Here he came in close contact with headmaster of the school who harboured the dream of free India. He was the catalyst in sowing the seeds of independent India and revolutionary ideals in the impressionist mind of the youngster.
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