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TEZPUR, Jan 25 � Remembering the contributions of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose towards India�s freedom movement, the All Assam Hindu Yuba Parishad held a day-long programme on January 23 at Bapuji Bhawan at Thelamara near here. The programme started with the unfurling of the National Tricolour at 7 am by the president of celebration committee, Dipen Nath which was followed by unfurling of the flag of the Parishad and the Bengali Federation, respectively by Kailash Mahatu and Amal Chakrabarty.

Floral offering on the image of �Bharat Mata� was paid by the Parishad secretary Dipankar Chowdhury and it was followed by floral tribute to Netaji by the Circle Officer, Thelamara, Liza Talukdar, homage to the martyrs of 1942 Quit India Movement by the president of the Coordination Committee of Martyrs� Families of the 1942 Quit India Movement, Jogen Boro, a cultural procession, a human chain, a symposium and an open session.

The open session was inaugurated by retired ACS officer, Nareswar Upadhyaya and attended by former Chief Minister Prafulla Mahanta, Tezpur MP RP Sharma, Misamari Zila Parishad president Rathindra Dey, AAGSU secretary Prem Sarma, among others.

Addressing the gathering, Prafulla Kumar Mahanta observed that Netaji worked for the cause of greater India. �In comparison to the contribution of Gandhi and Nehru, Netaji and Patel�s contributions were higher, because if they had not played a pivotal role in the Indian freedom movement, the nation might not have been able to achieve freedom, the taste of which is being enjoyed today by the Congress,� Mahanta said. In his speech, RP Sharma urged every Indian to be inspired by Netaji�s ideology.

Prior to it, the symposium on the topic �Netaji�s role in the freedom movement of India�, conducted by retired teacher Mrinal Saikia, was graced by Dhekiajuli Circle Officer Jayanta Sarkar, educationist-writer Dr Siba Acharya, writer Sanjib Goswami and RSS activist Kumud Barthakur. In his speech, Sanjib Goswami said that Subhas Chandra Bose�s political views were in support of complete freedom for India at the earliest, whereas most of the Congress committee members wanted it in phases, through a dominion status.

Our Silapathar Correspondent adds: The 119th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was observed at Silapathar Nabajyoti Boys Club with a day-long programme. The programme was organised by the Silapathar branch of the All Assam Bengali Yuba Chatra Federation.

The national flag, Azad Hind flag and organisational flag were hoisted by Gopal Chandra Dev, president of the Silapathar branch of the Nikhil Bharat Banga Sahitya Sanmilan, Kripesh Baidya, central member of the Nikhil Bharat Banga Sahitya Sanmilan and Mrinal Dutta, president of the Silapathar branch of the All Assam Bengali Yuba Chatra Federation respectively.

The swahid tarpan was initiated by Sunil Nath, secretary of the Silapathar branch of the Bengali Federation and the portrait of Netaji was garlanded by Binu Dutta, president of the Dhemaji Zila Mahila Adhikar Suraksha Samiti.

On the occasion, a colourful cultural procession was taken out through Silapathar town. Drawing and essay competitions were also organised among the children of the area.

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Contributions of Netaji recalled

TEZPUR, Jan 25 � Remembering the contributions of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose towards India�s freedom movement, the All Assam Hindu Yuba Parishad held a day-long programme on January 23 at Bapuji Bhawan at Thelamara near here. The programme started with the unfurling of the National Tricolour at 7 am by the president of celebration committee, Dipen Nath which was followed by unfurling of the flag of the Parishad and the Bengali Federation, respectively by Kailash Mahatu and Amal Chakrabarty.

Floral offering on the image of �Bharat Mata� was paid by the Parishad secretary Dipankar Chowdhury and it was followed by floral tribute to Netaji by the Circle Officer, Thelamara, Liza Talukdar, homage to the martyrs of 1942 Quit India Movement by the president of the Coordination Committee of Martyrs� Families of the 1942 Quit India Movement, Jogen Boro, a cultural procession, a human chain, a symposium and an open session.

The open session was inaugurated by retired ACS officer, Nareswar Upadhyaya and attended by former Chief Minister Prafulla Mahanta, Tezpur MP RP Sharma, Misamari Zila Parishad president Rathindra Dey, AAGSU secretary Prem Sarma, among others.

Addressing the gathering, Prafulla Kumar Mahanta observed that Netaji worked for the cause of greater India. �In comparison to the contribution of Gandhi and Nehru, Netaji and Patel�s contributions were higher, because if they had not played a pivotal role in the Indian freedom movement, the nation might not have been able to achieve freedom, the taste of which is being enjoyed today by the Congress,� Mahanta said. In his speech, RP Sharma urged every Indian to be inspired by Netaji�s ideology.

Prior to it, the symposium on the topic �Netaji�s role in the freedom movement of India�, conducted by retired teacher Mrinal Saikia, was graced by Dhekiajuli Circle Officer Jayanta Sarkar, educationist-writer Dr Siba Acharya, writer Sanjib Goswami and RSS activist Kumud Barthakur. In his speech, Sanjib Goswami said that Subhas Chandra Bose�s political views were in support of complete freedom for India at the earliest, whereas most of the Congress committee members wanted it in phases, through a dominion status.

Our Silapathar Correspondent adds: The 119th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was observed at Silapathar Nabajyoti Boys Club with a day-long programme. The programme was organised by the Silapathar branch of the All Assam Bengali Yuba Chatra Federation.

The national flag, Azad Hind flag and organisational flag were hoisted by Gopal Chandra Dev, president of the Silapathar branch of the Nikhil Bharat Banga Sahitya Sanmilan, Kripesh Baidya, central member of the Nikhil Bharat Banga Sahitya Sanmilan and Mrinal Dutta, president of the Silapathar branch of the All Assam Bengali Yuba Chatra Federation respectively.

The swahid tarpan was initiated by Sunil Nath, secretary of the Silapathar branch of the Bengali Federation and the portrait of Netaji was garlanded by Binu Dutta, president of the Dhemaji Zila Mahila Adhikar Suraksha Samiti.

On the occasion, a colourful cultural procession was taken out through Silapathar town. Drawing and essay competitions were also organised among the children of the area.