The Most Popular Slogan of Independence
Various freedom fighters were involved in the fight for freedom. But only a few were remembered till now. Different fights have their separate goals of achieving freedom and their way of struggling was also different. Some believed in violent methods while others were peaceful. One of the most famous freedom fighters was Subhash Chandra Bose, he was also known as Netaji.
Netaji was born on 23rd January 1897 in Orissa. He was one of the most famous prominent leaders in the Indian Independence Movement. If all the contributions are done and measured after Mahatma Gandhi. It was Netaji who stands below him. Even the Britishers were feared with the strong and bold character of Netaji. According to him, he was the most dynamic and influential political leader as compared to all the other parties and groups in India. Netaji always inspired the young generation for the fight for freedom. He also believed that the Bhagavad Gita was a great source of knowledge. Also, he inspired others for the struggle towards the Britishers.
He was the leader of Indian National Army. According to him, Gandhi Ji’s policies are very weak in the struggle for freedom as it would never be successful and if it did it would only make our nation weak.
Tum Mujhe Khoon Do, Mein Tumhe Aazadi Dunga
This slogan means that if you give me your blood, I promise to provide you with freedom. This slogan was given by Netaji and soon it became the most popular slogan. It is also believed that this slogan became one of the most powerful and inspiring slogans for the adults. On 3rd may 1939 Netaji founded Forward Bloc party within the Congress and just after few days he was removed from the Congress party. Though after that Forward Bloc remained independent and kept working properly for the people.
Netaji also founded Azad Hind Fauj in 1941. Netaji ran away from his home and went to Afghanistan. And from there he went to Germany. He asked for help from Germany and Japan for the freedom from the Britishers and in 1942 he started broadcasting his messages through the radio channel and this brought a huge courage and inspiration to the people.
Though after all his efforts his death was still a mystery as no proper proof was identified his death. His most famous slogan “TUM MUJHE KHOON DO, MEIN TUMHE AAZADI DUNGA” was a mass hit among the people. They started various revolts and fights against Britishers. And this slogan is marked to be one of the strongest reason for the freedom of independence.