Be increased step by step… 'Veer' Netaji is the inspiration of 'Karmayogi' Modi, such is PM's dedication to Bose - Newztezz Online


Monday, January 23, 2023

Be increased step by step… 'Veer' Netaji is the inspiration of 'Karmayogi' Modi, such is PM's dedication to Bose

In the year 2021, the government had announced to celebrate Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's birthday on January 23 as Parakram Divas.

Today, on the occasion of Bravery Day , the whole country is remembering the great freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose , but Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dedication towards Netaji makes him different from the rest of the country's leaders. Netaji has always been an inspiration for the youth and a role model for leaders. PM Modi always moved ahead by taking inspiration from Netaji. He did nothing for himself, but always tried to give everything to the public. Paying tribute to Netaji on Bravery Day today, PM Modi wrote on Twitter that he remembers his unique contribution to the history of India. We are working to make his vision for India a reality. From being a BJP worker to becoming the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi remained a 'Karmayogi' for Veer Netaji.

When Modi was a youth worker

When PM Modi used to be a youth worker, he used to keep a personal diary with him. In this diary, PM Modi always used to write the statements of Netaji, so that he could get inspiration from him.

When Modi became BJP leader

In 1997, PM Modi unveiled Netaji's statue by attending a function in Patan, Gujarat. Then PM Modi used to be the national secretary of BJP.

Became Chief Minister, did not forget Netaji's dedication

Chief Minister Narendra Modi had launched the E-Gram Vishwagram scheme on 23 January 2009 in honor of Netaji. Under this scheme, 13 thousand 693 gram panchayats in Gujarat were connected with broadband. This scheme was started from Haripura, where Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose lit the flame of Swaraj in the year 1938. During this, PM Modi revived that scene of 1938 by traveling on 51 bullock carts.

In 1938, the house in Haripura where Netaji spent the night, PM Modi also unveiled his statue. Meanwhile, PM Modi, inspired by the slogan of Netaji that you give me blood, I will give you freedom, told the people of Gujarat, you give me sweat, I will give a green Gujarat.

year 2012

In the year 2012, PM Modi paid tribute to Netaji in the program 'Veeratva ki Yaad Mein' remembering his valor and sacrifice. This program was organized on the foundation day of the Indian National Army.

year 2014

During the 2014 Lok Sabha election campaign, PM Modi shared the stage with 114-year-old Colonel Nizamuddin of Netaji's army, INA. During this, PM Modi also touched his feet.

first trip to japan

When Modi went on his first visit to Japan after becoming the Prime Minister, there he met Psichiro Misumi, who was close to Bose. During that time Modi came down from the stage and hugged Misumi.

met family in kolkata

In the year 2015, PM Modi met Bose's family in Kolkata and after the demand of the family promised that he would make the files related to Netaji public. On 14 October 2015, PM Modi made the files public to Netaji. These files are also available for public.

When PM Modi went to Singapore

In the year 2015, on a visit to Singapore, PM Modi went to the INA Memorial in honor of the martyrs of Netaji's army INA. Here he also met the families of the martyrs of INA.

On 4 December 2015, the PMO handed over 33 secret files of Netaji to the National Archives of India. On 23 January 2016, PM Modi digitally launched 100 files related to Netaji. Till now about 300 files related to Netaji have been made public.

Tricolor hoisted on Red Fort

On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the Indian National Army, PM Modi unfurled the tricolor at the Red Fort on 21 October 2018. During this, PM Modi announced to give 'Subhash Chandra Bose Disaster Management Award' every year on January 23, on the occasion of Netaji's birthday.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose hoisted the tricolor at Port Blair in 1943. On the occasion of the anniversary of this special day, PM Modi visited Andaman and Nicobar. On 30 December 2018, PM Modi hoisted the tricolor at the same place where Netaji hoisted it. On this day, PM Modi named three islands after Netaji.

Bose Museum inaugurated

In the year 2019, on the occasion of Netaji's 122nd birth anniversary, PM Modi inaugurated the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Museum at the Red Fort. This year INA soldiers got a chance to participate in the Republic Day parade.

Netaji's statue unveiled near India Gate

In the year 2021, PM Modi announced to celebrate Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's birthday on January 23 as Parakram Divas. On 8 September 2022, the Modi government changed the name of Rajpath to Duty Path. On the same day PM Modi unveiled Netaji's statue near India Gate.

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