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Amit Shah Pays Tribute to Bhagwan Birsa Munda on His Death Anniversary

Amit Shah Pays Tribute to Bhagwan Birsa Munda: Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, recently offered heartfelt homage to Bhagwan Birsa Munda on the occasion of his death anniversary. Birsa Munda, a revered figure in Indian history, dedicated his life to safeguarding tribal identity and the sanctity of the motherland.

In his tribute, Shah highlighted Munda’s remarkable contributions to Indian society, particularly his efforts in organizing tribal communities to protect vital resources like water, forests, and land. Munda’s leadership was pivotal in spearheading a revolution against foreign rule, instilling a sense of nationalism not only among tribal populations but also throughout the nation.

Shah emphasized the enduring legacy of Bhagwan Birsa Munda, whose unwavering loyalty to the motherland continues to inspire generations. As the nation commemorates his life and sacrifices, Munda’s ideals serve as a beacon of strength and resilience for all Indians.

About Birsa Munda

Birsa Munda born on 15 November 1875 and passed away on 9 June 1900, was an Indian tribal independence activist and folk hero belonging to the Munda tribe. He led a tribal religious millenarian movement that emerged in the Bengal Presidency (now Jharkhand) in the late 19th century, during the British Raj. His leadership positioned him as a significant figure in the history of the Indian independence movement. The revolt primarily centered around the Munda belt encompassing Khunti, Tamar, Sarwada, and Bandgaon.

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