Birmingham pays homage to Netaji


The exhibition titled ‘Netaji’s Life & Legacy’ is part of the several events which is being organised by the Consulate under the aegis of India@75, reports Asian Lite News

Consulate General of India, Birmingham marked Parakram Diwas by paying homage to Netaji on his 125th Birth Anniversary. A specially curated exhibition titled ‘Netaji’s Life & Legacy’ was inaugurated on Republic Day at the Consulate in Birmingham by Lord Lieutenant of West Midlands Mr John Crabtree and Consul General Dr Shashank Vikram.

This exhibition is part of the several events which is being organised by the Consulate under the aegis of India@75.

Prominent personalities like Mr. M.D. Alimuzzamal, Assistant High Commissioner, Bangladesh, Cllr Amrik Jhawar, Mayor of the Borough of Telford and Wrekin, Mr. Paul Sabapathy former Lord Lieutenant, several Councillors, Deputy Lieutenants and other eminent personalities of British and Indian communities representing different faiths toured the exhibits and learned more about the great leader. They honoured Netaji’s role in the freedom struggle and the Independence of India.

This special curated exhibition was very informative for the guests present as it showcases the journey & struggle of Great Netaji and is a reflection of his ideals & beliefs in contemporary times. The exhibition will be displayed at the Chancery premises for 7 days till 2nd February, 2022.

This year India is celebrating Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav which is an initiative of the Government of India to celebrate and commemorate 75 years of progressive India and the glorious history of its people, culture and achievements.

This Mahotsav is dedicated to the people of India & abroad who have not only been instrumental in bringing India thus far in its evolutionary journey but also hold within them the power and potential to enable Prime Minister’s vision of activating India 2.0, fuelled by the spirit of Atmanirbhar Bharat. It is also an embodiment of all that is progressive about India’s socio-cultural, political and economic identity.

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