Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
‘You give me blood, I will give you freedom.’ Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
Subhas Chandra Bose, the immortal son of Bharat Mata, who declared independence in exchange for Khuna, was born on 23 January 1897 in a city called Cuttack in the state of Orissa. His father Rai Bahadur Jankinath Bose was not only the head of the municipality and district board there, but also a prominent lawyer of the city. The initial education of child Subhash took place in a western school.
After passing the matriculation examination from the University of Calcutta, he entered the Presidency College. An Indo-Cynical proprietor there was fired for having slapped receipts. After that, after studying in Scottish Church College, BA from Calcutta University.
Honors degree. In 1919, he went to England to pass the civil examination and returned to India after passing. But being a rebel and freedom lover since childhood, he refused the job of the British government even after his father’s request.
After refusing the job, Subhash Deshbandhu Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
After refusing the job, Subhash Deshbandhu joined his service with Chittaranjan and started working for the country and public service. Chitranjan Babu used to issue a letter named ‘Agragami’, Subhash also started looking after its editing and publication.
In the year 1921, when you started organizing volunteers for independence. The British government caught him and put him in jail. When the Prince of Wales came to India, Subhash Babu was in front of those who boycotted him in Bengal.
Started doing the work of Swarajya Dal formed by Deshbandhu. Frightened by these actions, the British government sent the model sentenced to black water, but when his health was not good, he was released. When he returned from jail in 1927, he was made a minister on the occasion of the Madras Congress session.
In those days there were two types of leaders in the Congress
the Moderate Dal and the Gadam Dal. Subhash Gadam was considered a Dali. He supported the demand of Poorna Swaraj by not demanding Opinvestik Swaraj to the Congress and got the same resolution passed in the Congress.
Subhash’s views did not match with Gandhi, yet Subhash continued to respect and work for him. Then in 1930, after his health deteriorated in prison, he went to Europe for a few days after persuading the British government. Even after staying there, he continued to prepare the environment for Indian independence, after coming back to the country, he was made the President of Haripur Congress.
Next rain Subhash babu stood against Pattabhi Sitarbhaiya despite Gandhiji’s wish, but Subhash ji’s victory was accepted by Gandhi ji and when on the occasion of Tripura Congress session, Gandhiji threatened to give up Congress. So Subhash Babu himself resigned from the post of President.
After resigning, Subhash Babu formed a separate party named Agragami Dal
After resigning, Subhash Babu formed a separate party named Agragami Dal and continued to work for the independence of the nation. On this, when the British government arrested again under the Security Act, Subhash Babu put the government in a state of confusion by announcing a fast unto death.
After much deliberation, the government put him under house arrest and kept a tight guard all around. After a few days, they kept preparing to leave from there. He grew his beard and mustache by staying alone in the name of putting a samadhi. Disguised as a cleric and just at midnight, he left the house quietly, telling the whole British power and its strict system to be a scam.
There he left Calcutta and reached Peshawar in Lahore. There, with the help of a patriot named Uttam Chand, a dumb man and his servant reached Kabul, then easily reached the Germans from there.
In Japan, with the help of Rash Behari and many Indian people and the Indian soldiers and youths who were imprisoned with the help of Japan, formed ‘Azad Hind Fauj’. Will give freedom. The British were defeated and killed till Burma and Malaya.
They formed military-brigades in the name of Gandhi and Jawahar, as well as ‘Jhansi ki Rani Brigade’ by forming a women’s army. In 1905, when Subhash Babu wanted to make a decisive attack for the independence of India, the Germans were defeated in the war and his dream remained unfulfilled. Later he became a victim of an air crash and left this world.
The soldiers of the Azad Hind Army and others respectfully address Subhash Babu ji as ‘Netaji’, today we greet each other by calling us ‘Jaihind’, this is the gift of Subhash Babu. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s name will always be immortal in the history of India.
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