Exhibition in the library of Raza – Exhibition of the printed books of freedom fighters in the library of Razaaza

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Rampur. As part of the Amrit Mahotsav series, an exhibition of freedom fighters’ printed books collected in the Raza library was organized. The exhibition, organized at Durbar Hall, was presented by Dr. Mohammad Arshad Rizvi, Chairman of the Urdu Government Department of Raza Post Graduate College, Naseeruddin Khan and Dr. Abusad Islahi opens.
On this occasion, Nasiruddin Khan, nephew of Abdul Wahab Khan, a freedom fighter from Rampur, said that it is very proud that we will be independent for 75 years and the Indian government will hold the nectar festival of independence on this occasion. It is said that Wahab Khan wrote a letter to draw this attention to the people’s problems, oppression and injustice and the current rulers of the princely state regarding education, convenience and employment. His commitment was personal, but eminent and famous people later joined him. In 1933 he was appointed Sadar of Anjuman-e-Khuddam-Watan. Anjuman-e-Khuddam-Watan later became the National Conference and later the National Conference was incorporated into the Indian National Congress. Wahab Khan has been jailed many times for freedom from war.
On this occasion, Dr. Mohammad Arshad Rizvi that when we think of the era of British rule, it occurs to us that the celebration of 75 years of independence became even more important when millions of people waited for independence. The Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi will inspire to move forward by holding the dreams and duties of independent India along with the freedom struggle before the country. On this occasion, printed books such as Gandhiji Baatein, Mukhtalif Roop by Gandhiji, Rani Laxmibai by Jhansi, Ramprasad Bismil, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Inquilab, Shaheed Ashfaqullah Khan and his era, Bhagat Singh and freedom struggle, etc. were exhibited. The exhibition runs from July 18-26.

Rampur. As part of the Amrit Mahotsav series, an exhibition of freedom fighters’ printed books collected in the Raza library was organized. The exhibition, organized at Durbar Hall, was presented by Dr. Mohammad Arshad Rizvi, Chairman of the Urdu Government Department of Raza Post Graduate College, Naseeruddin Khan and Dr. Abusad Islahi opens.

On this occasion, Nasiruddin Khan, nephew of Abdul Wahab Khan, a freedom fighter from Rampur, said that it is very proud that we will be independent for 75 years and the Indian government will hold the nectar festival of independence on this occasion. It is said that Wahab Khan wrote a letter to draw this attention to the people’s problems, oppression and injustice and the current rulers of the princely state regarding education, convenience and employment. His commitment was personal, but eminent and famous people later joined him. In 1933 he was appointed Sadar of Anjuman-e-Khuddam-Watan. Anjuman-e-Khuddam-Watan later became the National Conference and later the National Conference was incorporated into the Indian National Congress. Wahab Khan has been jailed many times for freedom from war.

On this occasion, Dr. Mohammad Arshad Rizvi that when we think of the era of British rule, it occurs to us that the celebration of 75 years of independence became even more important when millions of people waited for independence. The Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi will inspire to move forward by holding the dreams and duties of independent India along with the freedom struggle before the country. On this occasion, printed books such as Gandhiji Baatein, Mukhtalif Roop by Gandhiji, Rani Laxmibai by Jhansi, Ramprasad Bismil, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Inquilab, Shaheed Ashfaqullah Khan and his era, Bhagat Singh and freedom struggle, etc. were exhibited. The exhibition runs from July 18-26.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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