Jamshedpur: The members of the social organization Naman paid rich tributes to Indian freedom fighter and revolutionary Chandrashekhar Azad on his death anniversary.
The members of Naman said that Chandrashekhar Azad was a great revolutionary hero of India’s liberation movement.
They said that Azad was a symbol of daring, bravery, and fearlessness who gave his life for the liberation of Mother India, and his sacrifice motivated the family to pay their respects at the Kalimati office.
Rakeshwar Pandey, the chief guest and a well-known trade union leader appreciated the sacrifices made by the revolutionaries throughout the liberation movement and complimented the Naman family for their attempt to rouse the young by commemorating such martyrs’ sacrifices.
Amarpreet Singh Kale, the organization’s founder, stated that every Indian takes pride in remembering Chandrashekhar Azad, who never accepted anything less than a free India.
He said that his sacrifice encourages us to devote ourselves to the service of our homeland, and the grateful Indian people will be eternally thankful to this immortal hero who made this land proud with his valour.
Brajbhushan Singh, a senior journalist and Naman’s mentor, described Azad as an embodiment of bravery, fortitude, and fearlessness, and lauded his sacrifice for the homeland.
Several individuals including Ramkeval Mishra of UP Sangh, Katha reciter Lata Sinha, Varun Kumar of Ex-Sainik Parishad, Sukhwinder Singh Nikku, President of Har Har Mahadev Seva Sangh, Jaswant Singh Bhoma of Jharkhand Sikh Representative Board, AJSU leader Munna Singh, Bunty of Jambu Akhara Singh, Jugun Pandey of Arpan Sanstha, shared their views during the programme, which was coordinated by Rajeev Kumar and concluded with a vote of thanks by Mahesh Mishra.
Sakchi Gurdwara Pradhan Nishan Singh, General Secretary Paramjit Singh Kale, Kulwinder Singh Pannu of Transport Association, Jharkhand Sikh Representative Board President Gurcharan Singh Billa, Inderjit Singh Kapoor, Mahendra Pal Singh from Bistupur Gurdwara, Inder Singh Inder from Mango Gurdwara were among those who paid obeisance. , Trilochan Singh, Mahendra Singh, Narendra Singh Nidin, Surjit Singh Site, Satnam Singh Gambhir, Damanpreet Singh, General Secretary of Sikh Naujawan Sabha, Hari Singh of Voice of Unity, Sarju Ram of Karate Association, Santlal Pathak, Appu Tiwari of Brahmin Yuva Shakti Sangh Bhanu Rao, Pramila Sharma, Riya Mitra, Bandana Namta, Putul Singh, Hemlata, Abha Verma, Lakhi Kaur, Mamta Pushti, Seema Jaiswal, Khushbu Sahay, Seema Sharma, Mini Singh, Kiran Singh, Rita, Chandana Rani, from the Telugu community. Gauri Kumari, Sita Devi, Namita Singh, Mamta Singh, Geeta Kundu, Sarita, Seema Hembram, Reema Bhattacharya, Mamta Kapoor, Kalavati Devi, Geetanjali Bose, Mamta Saha, Tanushree Lekan, SB Rana etc were present on the occasion.