3 Minutes Short Speech on Subhash Chandra Bose in English

1,2,3 Minutes Short/small Speech on Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti in English for Students and Kids Class 1,2,3,45,6,7 and 8

Honourable/Esteemed/President/Principal/Headmaster, respected chief guest/chief speaker/teachers, and my friends.

Today I am standing in front of you to express my speech on the topic ‘Subash Chandra bose. Our country is great freedom fighter land. subash bose is one of them.

Subash Bose popularly called Netaji. He was born in Odia Bazar in Cuttack, on 23rd January, in 1897. His father
Janakinath Bose was a well-to-do lawyer of that time.

After completing his Matriculation from Ravenshaw Collegiate School he joined the Presidency College, Kolkata. After his graduation, he went to England for higher study. He took the Tripose Degree from Cambridge University.

There he appeared at the Indian Civil Service (ICS) examination and came out successful. He was appointed as the Presidency Magistrate, Kolkata.

He was the first Indian to enjoy such a high position under British Government. Subash values freedom above all other things. He was so independent-minded that he did not like to serve under the British Government which was unlawfully ruling over India.

So he resigned from the high post he held under it and joined the Congress to serve the cause of the freedom of his country. He was elected President of the Indian National Congress in its Tirupati session.

In his Presidential address Subash predicted that the Second World War would break out soon. So, Congress should give on ultimatum to British Government to quit India. But Subash’s proposal was not accepted by some leaders of Congress.

He resigned from the post of Presidentship of Congress in May, 1939. He formed a new party and christened it Forward Block. Then he dedicated his life for mother India, devoted his whole time in the freedom struggle.

The Second World War broke out in September 1939 Subash was arrested under the Defence of India Rules in July, 1940.

He undertook a fast unto death as a protest against his continued detention. He was released but virtually kept interned his house. However, he escaped in January, 1941 and made his way to Berlin. Over the Germany Radio his clarion call- “Give me blood, I’ll give you freedom” sent a sensation throughout India. From Berlin Subash went to Tokyo and arrived in Singapore on 2nd July 1943. In 1943,

in Singapore, he formed a full-fledged army Azad Hind Fauj. He himself remained its supreme commander. And he gave a call to his army- ‘Delhi Challo’.

His Azad Hind Fauj crossed Burma and arrived on the soil of Hindustan on March 18,1944. Little is known about him after that. It is believed that Netaji was killed in an air crash over Formosa on August 18, 1945.

“Subash was a national hero. Let India salute him.”

We should respect these heroes for their dedication to the country I am concluding my speech. Thank you.

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