Chandra Kumar Bose, the vice-president of West Bengal BJP and grandson of Subhash Chandra Bose, stated Mohammad Ali Jinnah was a "secular" leader because he never ever desired partition. The communal frontrunners of this Congress broke into India. Chandra Kumar Bose additionally demanded that January 23, the birthday of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, be declared as Patriotic Day.
Bose stated, "Jinnah ended up being a secular frontrunner in which he never ever desired partition. He ended up being required and sidelined because of the Congress. He felt he cannot share energy in India, only because 1940 He raised the Pakistan problem during the Lahore conference in Delhi. <! –
But before which he wasn’t in support of Pakistan. "
' Pakistan becomes Islamic condition after Jinnah's death '
He proceeded to state, "India got divided due to communal leaders of Congress rule. Sardar Patel, Pandit (Jawaharlal) Nehru and even Mahatma Gandhi who reluctantly accepted partition. Pakistan was a secular state till 1955. Unfortunately , Jinnah died and Pakistan became an Islamic state after that. But India remained a secular state and that is the soul of India. "
23 Demand to declare January as Patriotic Day
Bose participated in a march demanding the statement of January 23 as 'Patriotic Day'. The march started from Hazra to Netaji Bhawan in main Kolkata. Bose further stated that 'Jai Hind' ended up being a slogan which was found in Azad Hind Sarkar and Azad Hind Fauj. Bose stated, "It unites all religions, all communities, all castes and creeds, so all political parties should use 'Jai Hind'. This will not cause any difficulty or any problem." Bose stated "We are not Hindus, we are not Muslims, we are not Sikhs, we are not Buddhists … We are Indians (Indians). The spirit of Azad Hind Fauj should be applied throughout the country. We ensure that Will make the people and young leaders of India rise to the ideologies of the leader, be inclusive, secular and be one. "