Tum Mujhe Khoon Do, Main Tumhe Azaadi Dunga ….! Jai Hind! Today is the 125th birth commemoration of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, who gave new energy to the opportunity to battle with mottos. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose is one of the extraordinary political dissidents of India from whom the young people of the present time takes motivation. The public authority has declared Netaji’s birthday as a day of courage. Learn here 10 exceptional things identified with his life –
1. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was born on 23 January 1897 in Cuttack, Odisha, Bengal Division. Bose’s dad’s name was Jankinath Bose and mother’s name was Prabhavati. Jankinath Bose was a celebrated legal counsellor of the city of Cuttack. Prabhavati and Jankinath Bose had 14 kids altogether, with 6 girls and 8 children. Subhash Chandra was his ninth kid and fifth child.
Education of Subhash Chandra Bose
2. Netaji did his early education at Ravenshaw Collegiate School in Cuttack. He then studied at the Presidency College and Scottish Church College, Kolkata. After this, his folks sent Bose to Cambridge University in England to plan for the Indian Administrative Service.
3. In 1920, he breezed through the Civil Service assessment in England yet left the task to participate in the Indian autonomy battle. In the wake of leaving the common help. He joined the Indian National Congress to free the country from the grip of the British. He was diverted by the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
Politicals views and role of Subhash Chandra Bose
4. Mahatma Gandhi used to lead a liberal gathering in the Congress. While Subhash Chandra Bose was of high repute to the ardent progressive gathering. Along these lines, Netaji disagreed with Gandhiji’s view. In any case, both had just one and only expect to free India. Netaji accepted that a solid upheaval was expected to drive the British out of India. While Gandhi trusted in the peaceful development.
5. In the year 1938 Netaji was chosen the President of the Indian National Congress. After which he shaped the National Planning Commission. At the Congress meeting of 1939, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose vanquished Pattabhi Sitaramaiya, remaining by Gandhi’s help. At this, there was a fracture among Gandhi and Bose, after which Netaji himself left the Congress.
6. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose married his secretary and Austrian lady Emily in the year 1937. The two had a little girl, Anita, and presently lives in Germany with their family.
Azad Hind Fauj
7. Netaji shaped ‘Azad Hind Fauj’ on 21 October 1943, setting up ‘Azad Hind Sarkar’ to free India from the British. Subhash Chandra Bose arrived at Burma (presently Myanmar) on 4 July 1944 with his military. Here he gave the trademark ‘Tum Mujhe Khoon Do, Main Tumhe Azaadi Dunga’.
8. During 1921 to 1941, he likewise went to prison a few times for complete swaraj. He accepted that opportunity couldn’t be accomplished through peacefulness. During the Second World War, he went to nations. For example, the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, Japan, and looked for collaboration against the British government.
9. He began the Azad Hind Radio station in Germany and drove the Indian National Movement in East Asia. Subhash Chandra Bose accepted that the Bhagavad Gita was his fundamental wellspring of motivation.
10. Three Commission of Inquiry, however not tackled
On 18 August 1945, Netaji disappeared after a plane accident in Taipei. Three request commissions sat on the episode, out of which two analytical commissions asserted that Netaji died after the mishap. While the Third Commission of Inquiry headed by Justice MK Mukherjee guaranteed that Netaji was alive after the occurrence. The contest additionally prompted a split between Bose’s relatives.
100 classified records now open
In 2016, Prime Minister Modi disclosed the digital version of hundred confidential documents related to Subhash Chandra Bose. These are available in the National Archives in Delhi.