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President Droupadi Murmu Pays Tribute To Veer Surendra Sai On His Birth Anniversary.

President Droupadi Murmu Pays Tribute To Veer Surendra Sai On His Birth Anniversary.

On the 23rd of January President Droupadi Murmu said in a tweet, ” My salutations to Vir Surendra Sai on his birth anniversary. His struggling life is a wonderful example of courage, sacrifice, and sacrifice and said I request the countrymen to know about a national hero like Veer Surendra Sai and take inspiration from his life struggle”.

Know About Veer Surendra Sai:-

Veer Surendra Sai (23 January 1809 – 28 February 1884) was a native Indian as well as a regional independence activist from Bengal Presidency, now Odisha. He fought against British rule in India after dethroning the king and queen of Sambalpur state as he was the legal heir.

Veer Surendra Sai and his associates Madho Singh, Kunjal Singh, Airi Singh, Barry Singh, Udant Sai, Ujjal Sai, Khageshwar Dao, Karunakar Singh, Salegram Bariha, Govind Singh, Pahar Singh, Raji Ghasia, Kamal Singh, Hati Singh, Salik Ram Bariha, Loknath Panda / Gadatia, Mrityunjay Panigrahi, Jagbandhu Hota, Padmanabha Guru.

Trilochan Panigrahi and many others both worked together and separately to counter British colonial expansion in India, preventing the British authorities from assuming control over the majority of the Western Odisha region for a significant period of time.

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More historiographical attention has been given to Sai than to his contemporaries in their struggle against British rule, as noted by historians. Hatte Singh died on Vapor Island in the Andamans; many of them were tried and executed by the colonial authorities. On 28 February 1884, the Lion of Sambalpur Veer Surendra Sai died in Asirgarh Jail.

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