Netaji’s statue is a symbol of India’s heroism

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Satue of Netaji on his 125th birth anniversary :


A statue of Netaji sits at India Gate in response to tablo-controversy, A special tribute to Prime Minister Modi on his 125th birth anniversary!
Narendra Modi writes that the whole country is celebrating the 125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. I would like to inform you that a huge statue of Netaji made of granite will be installed at India Gate. This idol is going to be made as a symbol of the way the country is indebted to him.
One of the most memorable leaders of India’s freedom struggle. He is a brilliant and great character in the history of India’s freedom struggle who dedicated his entire life to this struggle. He is better known as Netaji. In 2021, the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi declared his birthday National Might Day.

A statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose will be installed at India Gate in a tribute to the legendary freedom fighter who captivated the country with his determination to liberate it from British occupation.

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Subhas Chandra Bose                                                                                                                                  Picture: Collected

Netaji Is a Memorable Figure:

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose is a memorable figure in the history of armed movements not only in India but all over the world. The manner in which Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose fought to the death against the British power still amazes us today. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was at the forefront of everything from the efficient management of the Azad Hind Fauj to running away from home with dust in the eyes of the British, reaching from one end of the world to the other in submarine voyages, repeatedly throwing dust in the eyes of the British police in disguise. Even a country leader like Mahatma Gandhi was victorious in the fight against him. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was once the jewel in the crown of India’s youth. We do not know the end of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s life. Many say he died in a plane crash. Many say he was eventually taken prisoner by the British. Many say Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was held captive by the Russians in Siberia.

Netaji subhas Chandra Bose                                                                                                           Picture Collected by: sudarsan pattnaik


Subhash is a rejected Gandhi’s Ideology :

Subhash Chandra was twice elected President of the Indian National Congress. But he had to resign in order to express his ideological conflict with Gandhi, openly criticize the foreign and domestic policies of the Congress and express his dissent. Subhash Chandra felt that Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s policy of non-violence and satyagraha was not enough for India’s independence. For this reason he chose the path of armed struggle. Subhash Chandra founded a political party called Forward Block and demanded immediate and complete independence of India from British rule. The British authorities imprisoned him eleven times. His famous saying “You give me blood, I will give you freedom.” His ideology did not change after World War II was declared; Rather, he saw the war as an opportunity to capitalize on the weakness of the British. At the outset of the war, he secretly left India and traveled to the Soviet Union, Germany, and Japan, seeking the assistance of the British in invading India. He reorganized the Azad Hind Fauj in collaboration with the Japanese and later led it.

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Netaji at Azad Hind Fauj                                                                                                                          Picture: Collected
Narendra Modi Inagurate Netaji’s 125th annivarsary:


Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh responded to the tablo debate. Union Finance Minister Sitharaman also tried to add fuel to the fire. The debate did not stop there though. Netaji – This name is more a political issue than a matter of patriotism. No one leaves any chance to drown the holy name of this tangible symbol of patriotism in the muddy waters of politics! I must have been waiting for the Prime Minister’s response to the tablo debate – but I was not really ready for the answer, hidden in the silence. Long ago, Modi announced that the central government would pay special tribute to Netaji on his 125th birth anniversary. As part of this, this year’s Republic Day is being started on 23rd January. The Union Ministry of Public Works has also organized a special tablo display in his honor.

In particular, the Netaji commemoration program was adopted long ago. The decision to erect a statue of Netaji directly at the India Gate was not taken overnight. It is not easy for a government to make such a big decision overnight. Because the Prime Minister of India is not Chinese President Xi Jinping or Russian President Putin. Long ago, various programs had to be decided – so Modi did not even dabble in the tablo debate. As a result, his response today has misled the children of political opposition.

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Opposition groups called for a boycott of the assembly, saying “whatever the ruling party does, it is for political reasons.” Show that whatever they do, the political advantage rises above the lottery mentality! No, no political party does that – not used to it. The Congress never paid homage to Netaji – not even a bust of Netaji was erected in the vicinity of the Parliament Gate, far from the India Gate. Almost all parties, including the CPM-F Bloc-Trinamool-RJD, have been at the center holding hands with the Congress, especially with the best of friendships – has anyone tried or succeeded in giving due respect to Netaji through the Congress government (or the UPA)? No one could. Modi did – but the problem is this The name of the Prime Minister of the moment is Modi – the name by which many people start having terrible allergies. As a result, the issue of erecting a statue of Netaji at the India Gate also started a fierce competition to push it into the mire of ugly politics! No, there is nothing strange about this in this country – this is what happens in politics.

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is sitting at the India Gate: 

However, a statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is sitting at the India Gate. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted this on Friday. The Prime Minister will unveil his statue on January 23 on Netaji’s 125th birth anniversary. He said the hologram statue will remain in place until the granite sculpture is completed.

This time the theme of the Republic Day is ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’. This is also Netaji’s 125th birthday. Therefore, the central government has planned to start the Republic Day celebrations from Netaji’s birth anniversary. The idea was mooted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to pay special tribute to Netaji.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted: 

This time the grassroots government of Bengal wanted to display Netaji’s tableau on the 125th birth anniversary of Netaji on Republic Day. But that tablo was canceled. It was being described as an insult to Bengalis, an insult to Netaji. It was also alleged that the Center did this to make Bengal smaller. Insulting Netaji means insulting Bengal!

In this context, the decision to place a statue of Netaji at the India Gate and to pay special homage to Netaji was announced just before Netaji’s birth anniversary. And two days left for Netaji-Jayanti. Earlier on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that a statue of Netaji would be erected at the India Gate to pay special respects to him.

This statue of Netaji will prove how much respect and reverence he has for India and how much India owes him. Until the statue is finished, there will be a hologram statue at the India Gate. The hologram statue was inaugurated on January 23.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate. For now, the eyes of all Indians are on that idol.

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Indian Gate                                                                                                                                          Picture: collected

Symbol of acknowledging

The Prime Minister said that the statue of Netaji at India Gate would be a symbol of acknowledging the inexhaustible debt of the people. Two days before Netaji’s 125th birthday celebrations, the Prime Minister drew the publicity of the announcement. Undoubtedly, this announcement is a masterstroke in Indian politics. The decision to make the statue is also a clear answer to the BJP government’s tablo-debate before Netaji’s birth anniversary.

While welcoming the PM’s decision on behalf of Netaji’s established party Forward Bloc, he did not forget to explain the deep politics behind it. ‘Netaji is being honored with a place at the India Gate. But it is being done to satisfy political interests, that is what is happening! ‘ It is not difficult for the apolitical countrymen to understand how political this ridiculous cry of the F-Block is !


Netaji Subhash Bose.                                                                                                                                     Picture: Collected

Did Subhash return home? : 

Did Subhash return home? 

Is there any statue of Sri Subhash Chandra Bose, one of the leading artisans of independence of India, somewhere in the capital city?

As far as I know, no.

Any memorial to Netaji that has earned him the gratitude, respect and esteem of India?

As far as I know there is no memorial.

So, what did you say, in the language of those Lutyens, ‘Statue politics?’ That, grandparents and sisters, since independence till today, politics has not been called less! This statue is not even showing politics!

And, you have done nothing but politics, bro? Is it any less a matter of dancing on the lap of the father of loss and the lineage that Syphilis Podanmantari Netaji has passed all the time? Done? Being?

These two tricksters exist all over the country. Roads, ghats, hospitals, stadiums up to my toilet! How many are outside the West Bengal in the name of Netaji? If so, the number is less than the ratio of these two tricks.


Therefore, without trying to gossip about what is happening, keep the evidence of the Bengali backbone.

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Subhash Bose.                                                                                                                                          Picture: collected

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

Birthday 23rd January 1897

Birthplace Cuttack, Orissa, India

Parents / Parents Janakinath Basu (Father)

Prabhavati Dutt (mother)


Nationality is Indian

Political party Forward Bloc

Other political parties are the Indian National Congress

Spouse Emily Schenkel

Child Anita Basu Puff

Education Baptist Mission’s Protestant European School, Cuttack, 1902–09

Ravenshaw Collegiate School, Cuttack, 1909–12


Presidency College, Calcutta, 1912–15 February 1918


Scottish Church College, Calcutta, 20 July 1918–1919


Fitzwilliam Hall, Board of Non-Collegiate Students, Cambridge, 1919-22


The reason for the introduction is the Indian freedom fighters

Azad is the organizer and commander-in-chief of the Indian Army


Death unresolved (however, acknowledged by the Government of India on 15 August 1945)

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Birthday – Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Birthday:

Subhash Chandra, the forerunner of the war of liberation and the greatest revolutionary, was born on 23rd January 1897 in Cuttack. 


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