Independence Day 2019. After British rule, on August 15, 1947, India finally achieved stubborn independence. “While the world is asleep, India is under midnight shock, waking up for life and freedom.” The statement was made on the night of August 15, 1947 by Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India. Later, to commemorate the event, the Indian national flag was hoisted on the Lahore Road at the Red Fort in Delhi, which later became commonplace. As India celebrates its 73rd Independence Day this year, let’s take a look at history today.
Why we celebrate Independence Day in India
Expiry day history
According to Lord Mountbatten’s instructions, the British Parliament was ordered to transfer power by 30 June 1948. Although Lord Mountbatten said he would see to it that there was no bloodshed, the way things changed proved to be wrong. He later defended it: “Wherever colonial rule ends, there is bloodshed.” This is the price you pay.
On July 4, 1947, after the participation of Mountbatten, the Indian Independence Bill was introduced in the British House of Commons. It was adopted within two weeks and led to the end of British rule in India on 15 August 1947. It also provided for the creation of two separate hegemons of India and Pakistan that were allowed to secede from the British Commonwealth.
Every year this day is celebrated with great applause. Schools and colleges celebrate this day with various parodies, competitions and other events that remind and celebrate the most difficult struggles to enjoy today’s freedom.
“Many years ago we tried with luck, and now our promise is not entirely or completely, not very important. With the effect of midnight, when the world is asleep, India awakens to life and freedom. There comes a very rare moment in history when we change from old to new, an age At the end and when the spirit of a nation, for a long time, has been suppressed, it takes a declaration that in this solemn moment it is appropriate for us to dedicate ourselves to serving India and its people and for the greater good of humanity. “Why We Celebrate Independence Day in India
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“Tribute to those who sacrificed their lives in the freedom struggle” by Sardar Vallabh Patel in an article in the Bombay Chronicle dated August 15, 1947
“Today, as we witness the fulfillment of our life aspirations and take part in the coronation victory of the nation’s freedom struggle, we must pay tribute to the memory of those who led this struggle. It contributed greatly to the glorious end.