On the occasion, Minister for R&B G.M.Saroori has said that the best homage to Netaji Subhash Chander Bose is to follow his mission and spread his message of peace and tranquility, which he gave to the nation during freedom struggle.
Among others, President, FFA, Vaid Gandhorta, Senior, Vice President of FFA, Tej Ram Dogra,, besides, prominent citizen and heads of various NGOs and educational institutions were present on the occasion. A large number of students of different schools also participated in the function. Oma Dutt and Harnam Singh, the living legends of the Indian National Army were also present on the occasion
The function started with hoisting of tricolor, followed by garlanding on the statue of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose by the Minister and the members of the FFA.
Speaking on the occasion, Saroori said that Netaji sacrificed his life for the freedom of
He said the best homage to the leader was to follow his footsteps and imbibe the lessons he gave to the nation. He appealed youth, students and the participants to follow the footprints of the great leader and take forward the missions he has left. He said Netaji was a strong advocate of secularism and his role for strengthening and maintaining secular character of Indian National Congress would be remembered for long. He said youth have to spread the message of Netaji by projecting the essence of
Recalling the role of s. Indra Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, Saroori said that both the astute leaders also sacrificed their lives for the cause of unity and integrity of the nation. He said both the leaders took forward the mission of Netaji and never dithered from the policies of the Indian National Congress.
Highlighting the cherished values of Indian nation , Saroori said that Indian leadership has always extended the hand of friendship to neighboring countries but
Referring to the increasing terrorism activities across the border, Saroori said a stable Pakistan was in the best interest of India, and Jammu and Kashmir State adding that the at national leadership was making every effort to restore peace in the sub-continent
Regretting that the State of
Vaid Gandhotra, Tejram Dogra and Sunil Dimple, also spoke on the occasion and highlighted the role of Netaji Subhash Chnader Bose. They said the need of the hour was to follow the mission of the leader.
The Minister also addressed a similar function held at Samba. Speaking on the occasion Saroori said that maintaining communal harmony was the first step towards peace and cautioned the people against the forces who are adamant to divide people on the caste, creed and religion. He said people have already rejected such elements, indicating that there was no space for the anti national elements the State. He said the Government was working for exploring employment avenues for the educated youth, and several initiatives have been taken in this direction. He said the recently announced employment package would yield good results and appealed educated youth to come forward and take its benefits.
MLC, Abdul Gani Vakil, while speaking on the occasion, said that a stable Government was a guarantee for the welfare of the people , adding that every step would be taken to strengthen the hands of the coalition formation. “It was our duty to take forward the development programmes started by the Government”, he added.
Former, MP, Janak Raj Gupta, B. S. Samyal of Seva Dal also spoke on the occasion and shared light on the role and sacrifices of Netaji’s.
Panthers Party Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman, National Panthers Party and Member, National Integration Council called on the youth of the country to take a lesson from the life and sacrifices of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose so that all of us may build new India of Netaji’s dream where every citizen shall enjoy a dignified living as a citizen of India, where corruption, communalism and criminalization shall cease to exist and India shall lead the world towards global peace, harmony and progress. Prof. Bhim Singh said that this was the dream of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose who has been not only forgotten but ignored by the parties which have been ruling
Addressing party workers Prof. Bhim Singh said that Samul Kranti (Ultimate Revolution) that is inevitable and is the only way out to bring Ultimate Revolution through human dignity without resort to violence in the 21
st century. He said that Netaji Subhash Chander Bose has become more relevant today than ever before to lead the country towards peace and progress.
Balwant Singh Mankotia, State President, J&K National Panthers Party called on the youth of the country to join the new revolution to fight out casteism, drug culture, terrorism and hatred so that the future of the new generation remained safe and secured.
The Panthers Party in a resolution paid tributes to Netaji Subhash Chander Bose on the occasion of his birthday. The Panthers Party also demanded to declare 23
rd January, the birthday of Netaji as a Shining India Day and should be celebrated throughout the country to let the new generations follow the part of Netaji.