Agartala, Jan 23, 2023, TRIPURA TIMES Desk
Agartala, Jan 23: On the day of Netaji Subhas Chandra’s birth anniversary, a daughter of Tripura highlighted Netaji’s connection with North Eastern India standing in the Central Hall of the Parliament House in New Delhi on Monday.
Bipasha Chakrabarty, a daughter of the State, recalled the day when Netaji led Azad Hind Vahini hoisted flag of the Azad Bharat in mainland India – at Manipur.
“I want to recall that glorious day of the history written in golden letters – the 14 April, 1944 when Azad Hind jawans, for the first time, hoisted the country’s National Flag at Moirang in Manipur. It was the day when Netaji and his Azad Hind Force made a clarion declaration that Freedom is India’s birthright and Azad Hind will snatch freedom from the British rulers with valour and gallantry”, Bipasha Chakraborty, a 5th Semester student of Integrated Master’s Degree in English in Tripura University said.
She was selected from the State, to pay tributes to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on his 126th Birth Anniversary in the Central Hall.
Paying her homage, Bipasha said, “Bharat Maa ke Agni Putra, har baat jimney khas hye, wo Shan he Jai Hind Ki, naam unka Subhas hye. (Agniputra of mother India of whom everything is special -he is the pride of Jai Hind, his name is Subhas).
She pointed out it was the visionary Netaji who made the Northeast region as the base for his freedom struggle. The Northeast region got connected with India’s freedom struggle holding Netaji’s hand.
“At that time, the freedom struggle was limited to Delhi and other adjoining areas. In a sense, Netaji, the farsighted leader, made the Northeast as Azadi ka Neer”, she said.
Continuing her inspiring talks, Bipasha referred to the Lachit Barphukan and Rani Gaidinliu who bravely fought against the foreign invaders. Netaji, as a successor of them, emerged as a leader in the horizon of the country’s freedom struggle.
Netaji Subhas Chandra stays in the heart of the Northeast people. Today, on his birthday, people are celebrating his birth anniversary in every hamlet and every house.
“Let the spirit of the celebration reverberate across the country and let us all remember his”, Bipasha ended her speech at the Central hall.
Among others, Lok Sabha speaker, Om Birla was present in the programme.
After her successful rendering on Netaji at the central hall, the Tripura University fraternity congratulated her saying that she had made the University proud.
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