Delhi University organises exhibition to commemorate Partition Horrors Remembrance Day
Delhi University: Delhi University (DU) today organised an exhibition at the conference centre to commemorate the Partition Horrors Remembrance Day. A veteran of the Azad Hind Fauj (Indian National Army, INA) Madhavan Pillai, was the chief guest on the occasion.
Giving the message of all-religion solidarity, he said hindus, muslims, sikhs and christians generally cooperated in INA and battled together for the nation’s opportunity.
He called upon the comrades to take the nation forward aggregately with the solidarity of all religions in a similar way as was finished previously. A presentation of pictures connected with the awfulness of the Parcel was additionally coordinated on the event.
While presenting the central visitor, senior member scholarly issues K Ratnabali said Madhavan Pillai was brought into the world in Burma in 1925. Pillai joined the Azad Rear Fauj in 1943, at 18 years old, and effectively partook in the opportunity battle. Ratnabali said thanks to Madhavan Pillai for coming to partake in the occasion at 98 years old.
DU School of Open Learning chief Payal Mago said around three crore individuals came from divided pieces of the Ravi (presently in Pakistan) during the Segment. She likewise retold the narrative of her dad relocating to India after her mom and sisters had immolated themselves. She called upon everybody to transcend regionalism and linguisticism and work for the country.