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Delhi: 2 roads to Patparganj named after two famous personalities from Uttarakhand

Two roads were named to the Legislative Assembly of Patparganj in honor of two famous personalities from Uttarakhand, Amar Shaheed Veer Kesari Chand and the famous folk singer Late Hira Singh Rana. “In the West Vinod Nagar district, Block C # 4 of Block C is named after folk singer Hira Singh Rana Marg and the road from Vinod Nagar Red Light to Silver Line Hospital will now be known as Amar Shaheed Veer Kesari Chandra Marg, “a statement issued by the Delhi government.

The late Hira Singh Rana was the first vice president of Garhwali – Kumaoni, Jaunsari Language Academy, Delhi who showed insight into the beauty and struggles of Kumaon through his poems and songs and Amar Shaheed Veer Kesari Chandra was a soldier of the ‘Azad Hind Fauj in the struggle for freedom. Speaking on the occasion, Delhi Chief Deputy Minister Manish Sisodia said that the songs of the late Hira Singh Rana not only showcase the beauty of Kumaon but also reflect the struggles of the people living in the mountains.

“The late Hira Singh Rana wrote with great intensity on the challenges of the mountains, the widespread discrimination across the mountains and the migration of residents due to lack of facilities,” he said. The Deputy Chief Minister said that the late Hira Singh Rana wrote his poems. in the Kumaoni language, but his works are now available in Hindi, which would give Hindi speaking people an opportunity to understand the culture and beauty of Kumaon.

Amar Shaheed Veer Kesari Chandra, a soldier of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s Hind Fauj, sacrificed himself in the struggle for freedom at the age of just 24. It will be a real tribute to our immortal martyr fighters, ” Sisodia said. On this occasion, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that the poems of the late Hira Singh Rana will become an example for generations to come and that his writings will prove useful to the nation.

These two routes were named in the presence of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, West Vinod Nagar Ward Corporation Councilor Geeta Rawat and other dignitaries from the region. (ANI)

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