“Be the change you wish to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi
Quit India Day, a day which triggered the people of India, who were grappling under British Raj , to bring a change in their outlook towards freedom. This day marks as the beginning of our path towards freedom.
On this special day “Srishty Gupta” a student of Class VIII C, delivered a speech in the virtual class to make us aware about the significance of “Quit India Day”. She remembered the martyrs for their supreme sacrifice towards national freedom. In her speech, she mentioned how the failure of Cripps Mission led Mahatma Gandhi to harness a wave of Anti- British sentiment which he named as “Quit India Movement” and thus gave a call of “Do or Die” awakening the soul of the nation to fight for their right of freedom.
Through her speech, she made an appeal to the students to imbibe the values learnt from the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of our Nation. She concluded by insisting on the need for National Integration and beware of divisive forces.