Shamli soldiers, who fought shoulder to shoulder with Netaji, left home and joined the Azad Hind Army

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Today the entire nation is celebrating the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Netaji fought a long struggle to provide independence to the country and many sons of Shamli district stood side by side with him. These soldiers suffered the bullet that came out of the British gun and also tortured the prison.


Vishambhar Panwar reached the family after many years

Vishambar Panwar, a resident of Kasba alum, took part in the freedom struggle of the country by staying in Azad Hind Fauj. Giriraj, son of Vishambar Panwar, a resident of Ellum, said that his father was born on February 1, 1917. He was first appointed to the service of the country as a soldier in the Bachcha platoon. He was then appointed as the Captain in the Singapore Azad Hind Fauj from here. He is survived by two sons and a daughter. The elder son Giriraj serves at the DDA in Delhi, while the younger son Balraj cultivates the village. His father fought many battles for the independence of the country. In which he was also shot on the right hand. Stayed away from family for many years for the independence of the country.


The family members had even understood that they did not live, but after a few years, when they reached the family, there was no place for the happiness of the family. He often narrated stories of his freedom fight to his friends and children. On 20 August 2006, Vishambhar Panwar left for Parlok Sidhar, leaving the whole family behind him.


Leaving home, admitted to Azad Hind Army

Paltu Ram, a resident of village Panjokhara in Kandhla police station area, left the family and got admitted to the Azad Hind Fauj. He was born on 20 January 1929. His adopted son Devendra Kumar told that Palatu Ram left his home family at the age of 13 and went to join the Azad Hind Fauj. After some time he joined the Azad Hind Fauj. He then fought alongside Subhash Chandra Bose. Once in the grip of the British, he was also in jail for a long time. Family members often worried about him. After coming from jail, he had said through a message that he was absorbed in the service of the country. Keeping the passion of country love inside them, he did not settle his house and left everything for the country. He died on 21 July 2019.

Fight for freedom led by Netaji

The resident of Mohalla Chaudharan, a resident of Garhipukta town, was a soldier of freedom fighter Omprakash Azad Hind Fauj. He died in November 2013 at the age of 91. He fought for independence in Azad Hind Fauj under the leadership of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. One of his sons retires from the post of CO, while the other is serving as Inspector. Both live outside. He has an old house in Gadhipukhta.

In the discussions about the application to marry the maid

Omprakash, who was Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's soldier of the Azad Hind Fauj, had been in discussions about his desire to marry his maid. He fought a social and legal battle for 16 years, but his wish could be fulfilled, even before he died. Omprakash wanted to marry his maid Gasia. In 1997, he decided to marry her. His decision was opposed by family and some relatives. In March 2010, he also applied for a special marriage officer to marry Gasia. This application was rejected by the court.