Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar mentioned on Tuesday that he has directed to honour three troopers of the Azad Hind Fauj — Hari Singh, Mangal Singh and Jai Prakash.
Khattar mentioned the Deputy Commissioners involved have been advised to honour them as this might be a real tribute to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on his 128th delivery anniversary.
Speaking on the state-level perform in Rohtak district to mark the event, the Chief Minister mentioned these freedom fighters may very well be thought of an emblem of respect for the youthful era and the youth ought to draw inspiration from them.
While Hari Singh (105) is a resident of Burthala village in Rewari district, Mangal Singh (102) is from Kosli in Rewari, whereas Jai Prakash (98) is from Mandi village in Mahendragarh district.
The Chief Minister mentioned that Netaji isn’t just a reputation however all the story of the nation’s Independence.
“Therefore, the youth should draw inspiration from Netaji’s life for serving the nation.”
Khattar additionally mentioned that India had been enslaved for hundreds of years — first beneath the Mughals after which beneath the British.
“Netaji not only ignited the flame of Independence, but also instilled confidence in people that freedom could be attained, ” he mentioned.
Khattar emphasised that each Subhas Chandra Bose and Mahatma Gandhi shook the foundations of the British authorities.
Referring to the Pran Pratishtha of Lord Ram in Ayodhya on Monday, the Chief Minister mentioned all the nation was painted ‘Ramaya’, with the identify of Lord Ram inscribed in everybody’s coronary heart and thoughts.
“From the Treta Yug to the present era, numerous great personalities have been born, working to awaken the society and instill values in people. Just as B.R. Ambedkar drafted our Constitution, the Bhagavad Gita serves as a constitution for our way of life, much like the message Lord Krishna delivered on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, ” he added.