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NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE

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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose is known as a great Indian leader, and patriot, He sacrificed his life for the freedom of the country. He was a man with steel temper. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose loved his country and countrymen more than his life.

Netaji was born on 23rd January, 1897 in Cuttack. Sri Janki Nath Bose, his father was an advocate and a well to do person. He was seventh son of his father. Netaji got his early education upto matriculation in Cuttack, after it he joined Calcutta Presidency College. He got Ist division graduation from there.

Netaji carried out his further education in Cambridge University at England. He got tripps from that University, he passed I.C.S. examination meritoriously by topping the list.

He joined in Calcutta the British Government service which he disliked and resigned. Netaji joined Indian National Congress in 1923, he was elected in 1939 the President of the same in the face of stiff opposition of Gandhiji and Nehruji. Subhash Chandra Bose had more aggressive and revolutionary feelings and hence different from Mahatma Gandhi. Subhash Chandra Bose established a 'Forward Block Party' very soon.

He believed in the political moral that our enemies', enemy is a friend of us. Hence India should establish freindship with Germany and its dictorial Ruler—Hitler. So he reached Germany and impressed the bulfying gaint personality. Hitler promised to give help in his struggle 'tor freedom from British Yoke. He formed Indian Nation4 Army of high principles and morals. In this Azad Hind Fauz Indian prisoners of war, courageous and brave youths joined in great numbers. He made a whirl wind tour or Malaya, Singapore; people donated freely and happily gold and money. Azad Hind Fouz currency was sold to make it a legal tender in free India. He said to the people, if you give blood me I shall give freedom to you. He inspired the Indian National Army “Delhi is not far, march on to Delhi”. Men and women in great number joined Indian national Army.

Under the supreme command of Netaji the I.N.A forces attacked on British forces in Assam and conquered some parts of Indian Territory under British rule.

Netaji escaped but his other generals and army men were taken to prison. The plane in which Netaji was escaping crashed but his death remained a mystery.

In his demise a brave fighter of highest order and a close friend to masses was lost by the nation. But he did not believe in the non-violence creed of Gandhiji. Netaji was a great patriot and powerful person of strong character.

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