Jharsuguda: The birth anniversaries of two eminent freedom fighters, Veer Surendra Sai and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, were celebrated today at Jhadeswari Special School in Buromaal Budapada. The event, organized by the school, witnessed Chartered Accountant Vivekanand Pani presiding as the Chief Guest, along with esteemed guests Dr. Prakash Chandra Rana, Hiralal Lokchandani, President of Jharsuguda District Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and representatives from Jharsuguda Zilla Dibyanga Mahasangha.
Pt. Nikuja Bihari Mishra, the Secretary, played a pivotal role as the chief speaker, addressing the significance of the occasion and the contributions of the two iconic leaders in India’s struggle for independence.
During the ceremony, staff members paid homage to Veer Surendra Sai and Netaji Subhash Bose by placing garlands and lighting lamps on their portraits. Dibyang students Kalpana Khadiya and Ranjita Bhoi added a musical touch to the event by singing a welcome song.
Both teachers and students actively participated in the tribute-paying ceremony, expressing their respect for the great warriors who played crucial roles in shaping India’s history. The Chief Guest, Vivekanand Pani, was honored by the school with a token of appreciation in recognition of his presence and support.
School principal Namita Nath extended a vote of thanks to the distinguished guests, acknowledging their valuable contributions to the event’s success. The celebration served as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by these heroes and aimed to inspire the younger generation with their ideals and dedication to the nation.