Independence Day 2020: Today, celebrating independence, in the freedom of the country, many people sacrificed their lives in this battle in the form of this movement. Among them, there have been some heroes who were never even mentioned on the pages of history. But everyone’s role has been instrumental in providing independence to the country. It is only the people who have been in the leadership role in this freedom fight at that time. At the same time, among the top leaders who have given these leadership, there have been some great people who were biased somewhere in giving credit to freedom. Subhash Chandra Bose has also been named among such top heroes.
Jalianwala Bagh incident was disturbed
You give me blood, I will give you freedom ..! This slogan is still chanted on the tongue of children in the country. The great revolutionary Subhash Chandra Bose, who raised this slogan, was born on 23 January 1897. He was the one who addressed Gandhi ji as the Father of the Nation. The Jallianwala Bagh massacre distracted him deep inside which led him to jump into the freedom struggle and dedicated his whole life to freedom for the country.
Did the leader get credit for his contribution to independence?
This was the reason that Subhash Chandra Bose had given the British such dust that he could never forget it. At the time of independence, the British conspiracy was that they could not get the credit they deserved. But his role in providing independence to the country can never be denied. This has been the reason that the character of Subhash Chandra Bosh has remained mysterious for generations to come. Even today, there are many facts which are behind the scenes. What happened to Subhash Chandra Bose after the plane crash on August 18, 1945 … It is still a mystery.
However, for the last few days it has also been a matter of debate as to who played an important role in securing independence for India..Gandhi ji or Subhash Chandra Bose? Let us discuss some facts. According to one information, the historian General G.D.Bakshi in his book ‘Bose: An Indian Samurai’ has exposed many facts. In which the role of the leader has been described as very challenging for the British.
Why were the British forced to leave India?
The fight for independence of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose has been no less important than the non-violent movement. On the one hand, the Quit India Movement started by Gandhiji in the year 1942 had started losing its edge, on the other hand, dissatisfaction towards the British rule was growing rapidly among the people of Indian Army and Navy. Behind which was the important role of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. It is said that after the Second World War, the Military Intelligence of the British Government, in its secret report, said that Indian soldiers are furious and cannot be believed very much. It is known that at that time barely 40,000 British troops were available in India. While most of these soldiers also wanted to return to their country. At the same time, the number of Indian soldiers was close to 20 lakhs, in view of all these circumstances, the British rule had decided to leave India.
Even after living outside the country, the British were emboldened
Let me tell you that between 1921 and 1941, Netaji was kept in different jails in India. After which when the leader was in Berlin in the year 1943, at that time he established Azad Hind Radio and Free India Center and was strategically engaged in encouraging the British. He was also elected President of the Indian National Congress twice. He continued his invaluable contribution in the freedom struggle by establishing the Azad Hind Fauj. Azad Hind Fauj included people living outside the country and also formed the Rani Regiment of Jhansi for women .
All people have played an important role, indirectly or directly, in providing independence to the country. So, have historians ever given Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose much credit for his role, which he deserved, this is a big question that is still in front of us. So, should we not think on the occasion of this celebration of independence, whether the role of Subhash Chandra Bosh needs to be rewritten in golden letters in history?