Speaking at a webinar organized by the Pandit Kamalapati Tripathi Foundation on the English line on August Revolution Day, the speakers said that the session of the Indian National Congress held in Mumbai took a new turn when the freedom movement, known as its liberal face Mahatma Gandhi launched a direct attack on the British rule, inviting the countrymen on August 8, 1942, giving the slogan of “British leave India” and motivated them to surrender everything by giving a great mantra of “do or die” to all the people of the country. .
By assimilating this great mantra of Bapu, the countrymen revolted against the British rule and massacred the British Empire. In the freedom struggle of India, the month of August is very holy, today we salute all the immortal freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives on the sacrifice of freedom in this great struggle of independence, today we will greet the countrymen And especially urge the Congress people and hope that the great sacrifice that our independent heroic ancestors have given us this precious freedom, is threatening them today, so we all fearlessly and fearlessly to stop the erosion of its values. Should play a decisive role.
At the end of the seminar, it was decided that by organizing such seminars continuously till next August 14, the new generation will be made aware of the various historical aspects of the freedom struggle. Former chairman of Uttar Pradesh Congress RTI Cell Baijnath Singh did it.
In this virtual discussion held under the chairmanship of Pandit Vijay Shankar Pandey, former Vice President of Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee, Mahant Professor Vishambhar Nath Mishra of Sankat Mochan Temple was the keynote speaker. Special speaker Rajiv Gandhi National Circle Coordinator of Study Circle Prof. Satish Kumar Rai, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth Bijnath Singh, Vijay Shankar Mehta, Ganesh Shankar Pandey, Shailendra Singh, Bhupendra Pratap Singh, Pramod Shrivastava, Ashok Kumar Pandey, Puneet Mishra, Vinod Kumar Singh Kallu, Shahid Saleem, along with former journalism department chairman Anil Kumar Upadhyay and Rakesh Chandra Sharma. Subhash Ram, Mohammad Arshad, Shubham Rai, Pintu Sheikh etc. participated.