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Peren students with Assam Rifles commemorate Quit India Movement

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/11/2018 12:57:37 PM IST

Around 115 students of St. Joseph’s and ten students of from other schools took part in commemorating the Quit India Movement at Songlhuh Village, Peren District on August 9.

A press release by the Songlhuh Youth & Student's Union chairman stated that representatives of Assam Rifles of Ahthibung Post gave a motivational lecture and explained the historical day to the students and also spoke about the sacrifices of the freedom fighters.

Students also went out on a march through Songlhuh Village to make people aware about the day. Quit Indian Movement, or The Indian August Movement, was a movement launched at Mumbai Session of All Indian Congress Committee led by Mahatma Gandhi on August 8, 1942, during World War II, demanding an end to British rule of India.

The youth wing of Songlhuh Village conveyed its gratitude to the security forces for remembering the significant day of the Nation.

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