Subhash Chandra Bose Provisional Government of India

Subhash Chandra Bose

Azad Hind Fauj formed the Government of India in Singapore; It also had its own bank, currency and postage stamp

Today is a very special day for every Indian. It was on this day in 1943 that Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose established the temporary government of India. This Government was called the Azad Hind Government. This Government had arrangements ranging from its army to the bank. Bose was the President, Prime Minister, External Affairs Minister and Defence Minister of this Government.

From the time the idea of the Azad Hind Fauj came up and its formation, there were many interactions at various levels. It was led by Ras Bihari Bose, who lives in Japan. In July 1943, Subhas Chandra Bose arrived in Singapore under Japanese control from Germany. From there he gave the slogan of ‘Delhi Chalo’

The government was also recognized by nine countries including Germany, Japan, philippines, Korea, China, Italy, Ireland. Japan helped in preparing the army for modern warfare. It was Japan that handed over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to the Azad Hind Government. Bose renamed Andaman as Shaheed Island and Swaraj Island of Nicobar. On the imphal and kohima fronts, the Indian British Army was defeated several times by the Azad Hind Fauj in battle.

With the establishment of this Government, Netaji had told the Britishers that the people of India were fully capable of running their own government. The government also had its own bank, its currency, postage stamps, intelligence departments and embassies in other countries

Japan surrendered after the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and this is where the Azad Hind Fauj began to collapse. The soldiers were tried in the Red Fort, which worked as a revolution in India

1951: Jan Sangh was established

JanSangh was established on 21st October, 1951. With this, the bjp’s journey, which claims to be the world’s largest political party, began. Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee formed the party in 1951 and also won three seats in the first general elections in 1952. The election symbol was Deepak. In the second Lok Sabha elections in 1957, jansangh got 4 seats. In 1962, 14, in 1967, 35 MPs were elected to Parliament. After the Emergency in 1977, opposition parties contested under the banner of Janata Party and formed a government led by Morarji Desai by winning 295 seats. Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the External Affairs Minister and L.K. Advani was the Information and Broadcasting Minister. The janata party broke down due to internal strife

In the 1980 general elections, the Janata Party suffered a crushing defeat and then the BJP was born. On April 6, 1980, the BJP was formed under Vajpayee’s leadership. In the first Lok Sabha elections since then, in 1984, the party got only 2 seats. This is where the party got off to a new beginning

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With the support of ram mandir movement, the party played the role of king maker by winning 85 seats in 1989. In 1996, he won 161 seats to become the largest party and formed the government, but did not have a majority, so he could not walk. The same thing happened in 1998. In 1999, a coalition government was formed under Vajpayee, which ran the government until 2004 and became the first non-Congress party to complete its term. Since 2014, the BJP government led by Narendra Modi, the first non-Congress government in India with a majority on its own

October 21 is remembered in history and because of what important events

2014: Famous Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorios was sentenced to five years for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steinkenp.

2005: Pakistan’s Mukhtaran Mai, a gang rape victim, was named Women of the Year.

1954: India and France signed an agreement to include Puducherry, Karaikal and Mahe in the Indian Republic.

1934: Jayaprakash Narayan formed the Congress Socialist Party.

1805: There was a battle of Trafalgar off the coast of Spain.

1577: Guru Ramdas established Amritsar Nagar.

1555: The Parliament of England refuses to consider Philip king of Spain.

1296: Alauddin Khilji took over the throne of Delhi

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