New Delhi: Union House Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday, whereas acknowledging that the Congress-led freedom motion had a giant contribution to India`s freedom, mentioned that it’s, nonetheless, not proper to propagate the narrative that there was no position of others within the nation`s freedom battle. Shah`s remarks got here on the ebook launch occasion of `Revolutionaries, The opposite story of how India received its freedom` by Sanjeev Sanyal within the nationwide capital. The House Minister mentioned that the phrase `different story` within the title of the ebook is the abstract of the ebook which presents the opposite perspective of the contributions of assorted others within the freedom battle. “Revolutionaries, The opposite story of how India received its freedom. The phrase `different story` is the abstract of this ebook. As a result of one story has been established in public beneath one narrative. One perspective has been imposed on the general public via historical past writing, and training. The attitude that has been imposed, I don’t say that the non-violent battle has no position within the freedom battle, or is just not part of historical past. It is part of historical past and has an enormous contribution,” Shah mentioned.
“There have been contributions of assorted folks and organisations”, the House Minister mentioned that freedom is the ‘collective’ results of everybody.
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“The motion led by Congress has a giant contribution to the nation`s freedom. However no different has contributed, this narrative is just not proper. As a result of if we analyze the nation`s freedom, quite a few folks, organisations, and ideologies and paths had made efforts to succeed in one vacation spot. India`s freedom is the collaborative results of all of this,” he mentioned.
Talking on the launch of a ebook, ‘Revolutionaries: The opposite story of how India received its freedom’ written by Sanjeev Sanyal.
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