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Netaji Subash Chandra Bose’s unforgettable contribution in the freedom struggle: Prof. R.C. Kuhad

Netaji Subash Chandra Bose’s unforgettable contribution in the freedom struggle: Prof. R.C. Kuhad

-A special event organised at the Central University of Haryana on the occasion of Parakram Divas

Kont Pali ( Mahendragarh) Jan 23,2021: The Parakram Divas was organised, at the Central University of Haryana (CUH), Mahendragarh, on Saturday, to mark the 125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose. The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. R.C. Kuhad presided over the online expert lecture organised on the occasion. Sah Prant Karywah of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Haryana Prant, Mr. Prathap Singh Malik remained present as the keynote speaker at the event.

On the occasion of Parakram Divas, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. R.C. Kuhad announced that the new Administrative Building of the University would be named after Netaji Subash Chandra Bose as well as the Central Library of the University would be named after Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay.

The keynote speaker of the program, Mr. Pratap Singh Malik, while bowing to Netaji and his valor, said that the contribution of Netaji and his Azad Hind Fauj can never be forgotten when we talk about India’s independence. Through his gallantry and might, he created such conditions that the British had to leave India. Mr. Pratap Singh Malik also described in detail the formation of Azad Hind government on 21 October 1943 and independence from the British of Andaman and Nicobar Islands on 30 December 1943. He said that this is a historic day which is unforgettable in the struggle for independence of India. He also referred to the context behind England’s decision regarding India’s independence and how the INA contributed to India’s independence. He said that if India is independent today, then Netaji has contributed significantly in it. On this occasion, Mr. Pratap Singh Malik inspired the youth to take inspiration from the life of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Swami Vivekananda, Guru Gobind Singh and to look forward to serving the country.

Addressing the event, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. R.C. Kuhad, said that,on this occasion, Mr. Pratap Malik presented a very powerful statement related to Netaji’s life. Describing the information given by Mr. Pratap Singh Malik as very useful, he said that every countryman should know Netaji well. Prof. Kuhad said that we all have been listening about Netaji from the elders of our village and now it is necessary to put his values ​​into practice.  On this occasion, Prof. Kuhad began his address with a few lines composed by Gopal Prasad Vyas. He remembered Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s renunciation, courage, sacrifice and contribution to India’s freedom struggle. He said that it was a result of Netaji’s valor that Netaji, who came out alone, set up an army of 60 thousand soldiers for the freedom struggle of India. The Vice Chancellor presented Netaji’s vision to the participants on the occasion and insisted on including his vision in life.

In the beginning of this program organized by the Office of Student Welfare, the student welfare officer, Prof. Dinesh Kumar Gupta introduced the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. R.C. Kuhad and the keynote speaker. On this occasion, he told how the university is on the path of continuous progress. The program started with the university’s anthem and was followed by a documentary about the university. At this event, Dr. Monika Malik, Deputy Dean, Students’ Welfare of the University, presented a self- composed poem and reminded Netaji’s might. Dr. Ramesh Kumar, an Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, also highlighted Netaji’s valor through a poem on the event and remembered his contribution in the freedom struggle. In this episode, Aditya, a student of the university, also recalled Netaji’s contribution through his poetry. The program was conducted by Dr. Anand Sharma, Deputy Dean, Students’ Welfare, and the vote of thanks was presented by Dr. Ajay Pal, an  Assistant Professor of Yoga Department. A large number of university teachers, students, researchers and non-teaching staff participated in the event.

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