PM Modi on Twitter: Grand Netaji Statue At India Gate, Hologram To Fill Spot

PM Modi on Twitter: Grand Netaji Statue At India Gate, Hologram To Fill Spot

Netaji subhas chandra bose statue: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today in tweets that a monument of liberation icon Subhash Chandra Bose will be erected at India Gate in Delhi. PM Modi shared a photograph of a hologram of Subhash Chandra Bose, often known as Netaji, that would be displayed at the site till the monument is completed.

The Netaji monument will be 28 feet tall and 6 feet wide, and it will be erected where a statue of England’s King George V originally stood. In 1968, the statue was dismantled and relocated.



“At a time when the whole nation is commemorating Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s 125th birthday, I am pleased to announce that his big granite statue will be placed at India Gate.”

This would be a symbol of India’s debt to him,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared in a series of tweets.

“A holographic statue of Netaji Bose will be present at the same location till the great statue of Netaji Bose is built.” “On the 23rd of January, Netaji’s birth anniversary, I will unveil the holographic statue,” he continued.
The administration has declared that Republic Day celebrations will begin on Netaji’s birthday, January 23, rather than a day later.

“Parakram Divas” was also the moniker given to Netaji’s birthday.

The news of a Netaji statue comes at a time when modifications to the India Gate area in the center of the city are already causing controversy, discussion, and issues.

The Republic Day celebrations will be held on a newly renovated Rajpath, the ceremonial route that connects India Gate to the British-built Rashtrapati Bhawan.

After 50 years, the Amar Jawan Jyoti, or perpetual light of honor for soldiers, will be extinguished at India Gate and united with the torch at the new National War Memorial, which opened in 2019.

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