PM Modi Unfurls National Flag At Red Fort To Mark 75th Anniversary of Foundation Of Azad Hind Govt

PRIME Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that The Azad Hind Government founded By Netaj ‘Subhas Chandra Bose 75 years  ago still  remains  an inspiration for all of us. ‘The Azad Hind government was founded on October 21, 1943 in Singapore inspired by the ideals of Subhas Chandra Bose. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday hoisted the national flag at Delhi’s Red Fort to mark the 75th anniversary of the formation of the government of ‘free India’. The prime minister hoisted the Tiranga and unveiled the plaque to celebrate anniversary of the Azad Hind government. Union Minister Mahesh Sharma and Indian National Army (INA) veteran RS Chhikara among others were also present at the event.PM said In last 4 years, several measures were taken to strengthen the defence. Best technologies were brought to the defence. This government has strength to make big and tough decisions, it’ll continue. Be it surgical strike or making the files of Netaji public, decision was taken by our government, said PM Modi.“We have reached ‘Swaraj’ after lakhs of sacrifices. It’s our responsibility to maintain this ‘Swaraj’ with ‘Suraaj’ We  fulfilled our promise of implementing  One Rank One Pension for the armed forces, PM Modi said. Netaji had promised an India where everyone has equal rights and equal opportunities. He had promised a prosperous nation which was proud of its traditions, development in all areas. He had promised to uproot ‘divide & rule’. Even after so many years those dreams remain unfulfilled. In order to make one family great, other families were ignored. Subhas Chandra Bose is an inspiration for all of us. Subhas Chandra Bose had only one aim in mind, to free mother India from British rule,  PM Modi said.Azad Hind government was the government of every Indian: PM Modi.  Prime Minister also laid the foundation stone for a museum dedicated to the Azad Hind Fauj or the INA.Public and visitors were not allowed at the Red Fort till the function was over. Incidentally, Red Fort or Lal Quilla in Delhi was the last capital of India under the Mughals who were overthrown by the British in 1857 .Lal Quilla Chalo  was  the clarion call  given by  Netaji  who mysteriously  disappeared after Japan surrendered  to the Allied Forces. The trial of INA personnel was also held in the Red Fort after Independence.

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