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Hul revolution reflects extreme sacrifice for motherland: Culture minister

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GUWAHATI, June 30: “The great leaders of Hul revolution or Santhal revolution took place in present Jharkhand’s Bhognadih village Sidhoo and Kanhu have always inspired us for the extreme sacrifice for the cause of our motherland,” Bimal Borah, cultural affairs, industries minister said in his speech as chief guest in the open session of central programme of Hul Divas on Saturday at Srimanta Sankaradeva International Auditorium at Panjabari in the city.

The minister also said that the Chaotali people have the great relationship with nature, it depicts in their color of attire and in their dance form. The minister also made a request to the Chaotal Student Union and Chaotal Sahitya Sabha to prepare a book on Hul revolution so that people of our state come to know about this as no book on this available in Assamese.

The 168th Hul Day not only memorialises the heroes of the Hul rebellion but also symbolises our collective reverence for the countless individuals who fought against British rule, the minister reiterated.

It is worth mentioning that the revolution was took place in the year 1855 on June 30. In this revolution almost 50 thousand Chaotali people took part and fought with their traditional weapons against British. It was one of the greatest anti British revolution in India against British colonialism, where approximately 20 thousand people had sacrificed their life.

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The open session of the 168th Hul Day, commemorating the heroes of the Hul rebellion was presided by the president of Assam Chaotal Student Union.  The meeting was attended by the member of parliament Kamakhya Prasad Tasha, Prithvi Majhi, former speaker of Assam Legislative Assembly, Pankaj Kumar Nath, president of All Assam Journalists Union and other dignitaries.

A memorandum with some demands of Assam Chaotal Student Union was handed over to the cultural minister in the meeting by the general secretary of the student union Dipankar Hemrom.

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