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KOLKATA: Union residence minister Amit Shah on Friday stated efforts had been made to make sure Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is forgotten however his legacy of braveness, patriotism and selfless service to the nation will endure until eternity and proceed to encourage future generations.
Shah, whereas inaugurating the “Shauryanjali Programme” – a tribute to the Bengali revolutionaries, urged the youth of the nation to attract inspiration from the life and struggles of the liberty fighters.
“Efforts were made to ensure Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is forgotten but failed. His legacy of courage, patriotism, sacrifice and selfless service to the nation will continue to inspire generations to come,” he instructed a gathering on the National Library.
Recalling how Bose, as an excellent scholar, cracked the ICS, Shah stated, the legendary freedom fighter left the job and plunged into the liberty wrestle simply to drive residence the message that the nation was extra vital to him than a snug life beneath the British yoke.
Shah stated Bose’s recognition was evident when he twice grew to become president of the Congress, as soon as after defeating the candidate of Mahatma Gandhi.
“Netaji is still loved and respected by people like he was many, many years ago. His indomitable spirit still inspires people,” he stated.
The residence minister requested the youth of the nation to learn concerning the lifetime of Bose and his struggles.
“Only a young generation that knows history can build a strong nation,” he stated.
He additionally inaugurated the ‘Biplabi Bangla’ exhibition on the lifetime of freedom fighters from Bengal like Khudiram Bose and Rash Behari Bose, and flagged off a cycle rally.
Divided into three groups named after Netaji, Khudiram Bose and Rash Behari Bose, the cyclists will collectively traverse 900 km to unfold the message of the illustrious freedom fighters.

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