Independence Day celebration online: Alumni participated too!We Alumni were glad to be the part of the event of 74th Independence Day celebrations at school.
Principal stood next to the folded Tricolour. In the background played the most popular patriotic song, 'Sara jahan se accha, Hindustan hamara...' He started his speech, "I welcome you all teachers, present day students and above all the Alumni across the world to join us in celebrating the 74th Independence Day. This year due to Corona Pandemic we have got the opportunity to have Alumni all across the world to be a part of this event which is being held online. I greet all of you! This year we are going to celebrate our Independence in a different way. I would like to invite a famous storyteller to share a story with us all. Over to Ms. Rashmi".
"Greeting to you all on the 74th Independence Day celebrations! I welcome you all to join me in paying homage to the martyrs who laid their lives for the freedom of our nation. It is difficult for us even to believe as to how a person could struggle for a cause knowing that he will not have an opportunity to enjoy it. You all have read, heard and experienced through movies about many freedom fighters. Some of the freedom fighter doesn't have their names in the history. I am talking about a courtesan who was a freedom fighter. Azizun was a singing girl from Kanpur. She was popular amongst the people of that time for her charms. Mohan a freedom fighter scaled her building at night in search for refuge from the British soldiers. She was impressed for his patriotism and eventually fell in love. She offered her services for the plan against the British Empire. A traitor informed this to the British, Mohan got killed but the government could not corroborate evidence against Azizun. She was released. She planned an operation to eliminate the traitor and the officers involved in killing of Mohan. She executed her plan on the eve of Christmas celebrations. She convinced the police officials to permit her to perform at the event, where all the important dignitaries were to come. She along with her other girls during the performance attacked the already marked officers and took her revenge. She was also killed and the government covered the whole story of their defeat by a simple courtesan. Azizun's name could not be heard again but one of the Indian who was part of that party penned her story after independence from where we came to know, how great our females have been in getting India independence. Jai Hind!"
Principal Sir hoisted the Tricolour. Principal Sir said, "You all will be receiving sweets as we have ordered online delivery to each and every address that we have in our records. Long Live India! Jai Hind!"
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