Azad Hind Fauj
We are Enjoying Our Freedom Today is all because of our Freedom Fighters Struggle and Lot More, Let us Appreciate and Remember our Great Legends who fought for our Freedom, We all are so Fortunate to Enjoy all Privileges. On the Eve of Independence Day let us go back to our past and have a overview of it. Himalai is trying to bring the best possible Memories of the Struggle which made us to Proudly say we are Independent.
Let us have a look at the Freedom Struggle we Fought and we are bring it in a Educative model which can make you enjoy the freedom struggle and prepare for the exam.
Azad Hind Fauj (Indian National Army – INA)
The Japanese after defeating the British in South-East Asia, took a number of Indian soldiers as prisoners of war. In March 1942 a conference of Indians was held in Tokyo, and they formed the Indian Independence League. At the Bangkok conference (June 1942) RAs Bihari Bose was elected President of the League. INA was a brain-child of Mohan Singh. INA was formed by RAs Bihari Bose in 1942. In 1943, INA was reorganized by Subhash Chandra Bose.
Subhash Chandra Bose had escaped to Berlin in 1941 and set up Indian League there. In July 1943, he joined the INA at Singapore. There Ras Bihari Bose handed over the leadership to him.
Provisional Government of Free India and INA was formed by Subhas Chandra Bose in Singapore on Oct. 21, 1943.
INA had 3 fighting brigades named after Subhas, Gandhi and Nehru. Rani Jhansi Brigade was an exclusive women force.
But with the defeat of Japan in 1945, the INA also died out.
Bose is said to have been killed in air crash over Taipei, Taiwan on his way to Tokyo in Aug.18, 1945.
INA Trial (Nov, 1945):
- K. Sehgal, Shah Nawaj Khan and GuruBabksh Singh Dhillon were put on trial at the Red Fort in Nov., 1945. To elucidate, despite the best efforts of the Congress to win the legal battle the trial of INA prisoners led to their outright convictionon the charge of watging war against the King Emperor. The pressure of the Indian public opinion against this conviction however, soon mounted high. This shook the British Government and it was compelled to suspend the sentences imposed on the INA trial was Bhulabhai desai. Other defence lawyers were Tej Bahadur SApru, Jawaharlal Nehry, Asaf Ali and Md. Ali Jinnah.
Know More About Our Freedom Struggle
- Freedom Struggle
- Nature of the Revolt of 1857
- Indian National Congress (I. N. C.)
- Partition of Bengal
- Rowlatt Act and Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
- Khilafat movement and Non-Cooperation Movement
- Salt March(Satyagraha and Three Round Table Conference)
- The Government of India Act, 1935
- Congress Ministries Resign and Pakistan Resolution
- Quit India Movement
- Azad Hind Fauj
- Mount-batten Plan and the Indian Independence Act