Sunday, 22 September 2013

Contributions of Subash Chandra Bose

Subash Chandra Bose, known as netaji, was a staunch adversary of British rule in India. His role in INM was confined to last decades of independence but wielded great inflictions on brtsh prospect of ruling India.
He believed in direct action against British through militaristic means. For this, he extensively toured provinces in order to create a stir among the youths and injecting a sense of sacrifice for India’s independence. This popularity let him get elected as President of INC in 1938 and 1939. He propagated great hater for the British and charted out a plan to cash in the World War II was a road map for India’s freedom. His approach was resented and he resigned from INC. He established Bharat Nauwajan Sabha and was also instrumental in political mobilisation in Bengal presidency during his tenure as Mayor.
He fled to Germany to set up an agenda with Nazis to wipe out British from India. He then landed at Singapore to organize Azad Hind Fauj which created apprehension in the minds of Indian government in latter stage.

Though his freedom of seeing India freedom does not fructify, neither his Azad Hind Fauj attained its objectives due to end of world war, he was instrumental in mobilizing militant youth aspiring of blood of imperialists and putting last nail in coffin of British imperialism.

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