TURA, Jan 23: The valiancy of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose during India’s struggle for freedom during British colonialism was remembered by the citizenry of Garo Hills as came together to celebrate his 125th birth anniversary in Tura on Saturday morning.
Rich floral tributes were paid to Netaji during a programme at Tura Bazaar, which was attended by West Garo Hills Deputy Commissioner Ram Singh Central Puja Committee (CPC) president, CB Chetry, who laid wreaths to honour the freedom fighter.
“Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose struggled and fought for the freedom of our country. It would be befitting for our youths to follow his philosophy of life, which is about dedication,” said Ram Singh.
Chetry, on the other hand, gave an in-depth insight of the role of Netaji during India’s struggle for freedom.
“He gave his life for the country, which is a supreme sacrifice,” said Chetry, while addressing the gathering.
Professor Arindom Ghose, during the programme, appreciated the attendees for remembering Netaji’s contribution towards the freedom struggle.