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Chief Minister Chouhan pays tribute to father of nationalism Vinayak Damodar Savarkar on his death anniversary MIGMG News

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Bhopal. On the death anniversary of Swatantriyaver Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan offered floral tributes by garlanding his statue at his residence office today. On this occasion, he said that on his death anniversary, I pay tribute to Swatantriyaver Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, the pioneer of nationalism, who lit the ideological light for the independence of the motherland. With the mantra ‘Service to country is service to God’, you dedicated your entire life to the service of Mother India.

Earlier, tweeting on his social media account, Chief Minister Chouhan paid tribute to Veer Savarkar on his death anniversary and said, “After drinking Calcutta on black water, shaking the pillars since time immemorial, I came back again and again and all I’m still alive. . My death is not me – Savarkar. On the death anniversary of Honorable Veer Savarkar, who devoted every moment of his life to the service of Mother India, I pay tribute. Swatantriyaver, who considered serving the nation as his first duty, said that the meaning of life is only in living and dying for the motherland. Veer Savarkar, the true son of the country, always thought of the upliftment of the nation. I bow to the brilliant son of mother India on his death anniversary.

Please say that Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was a great revolutionary, freedom fighter, historian, nationalist leader and thinker. He was born on 28 May 1883 in the village of Bagur near Nashik in Maharashtra. Vinayak Savarkar’s wish for higher education was fulfilled despite the economic crisis. He formed a revolutionary organization called the Abhinav Bharat Society. Veer Savarkar was elected National President of All India Hindu Mahasabha 6 times. He was sentenced to Kalapani in the episode “Nashik” and sent to “Blanket Jail”. Savarkar suffered torture for a long period of 10 years in prison. He died on 26 February 1966 in Mumbai. One of the great revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle movement, the name of scholar, advocate and writer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar is taken with great pride and respect.

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