May 30, 2024 02:10:55 booked.net

Top leaders wish all Goans and remember the brave hearts on ‘Goa Liberation Day’

Firstly Many congratulations to Goa for ‘Goa Liberation Day’ from Nikology.

Top political leaders of the country on Monday wished Goa on its ‘liberation day’ – which commemorates the coastal state’s freedom from Portuguese rule that was ended by the military’s ‘Operation Vijay’ on December 19, 1961. Leaders took to Twitter to recall the armed forces’ valiant efforts in freeing Goa from years of colonial rule.

What President Droupadi Murmu said

President Droupadi Murmu said, “On Goa Liberation Day, I convey my greetings to all fellow citizens, especially the people of Goa. We pay homage to the freedom fighters who fought for the liberation of Goa from colonial rule. We salute our armed forces for their valor. My best wishes to the people of the state.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tweeted

Our India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tweeted, “Goa Liberation Day greetings to the people of Goa. On this day, we recall the courage and monumental contribution of all those who were a part of the movement to free Goa. We are inspired by their vision and are working towards Goa’s development”.

HJS Karnataka celebrated Goa Liberation Day

Another tweet we saw from HJS Karnataka, “As we celebrate Goa Liberation Day on 19 December, let us honor the lives of all those Goans who, under the threat of torture and death, refused to give up their culture

Sign petition for Preserving & propagating the true #history of Goa”.

Union home minister Amit Shah also took to Twitter monday morning

Union home minister Amit Shah also took to Twitter to remember the brave souls who fought for Goa’s freedom. “Greetings to our sisters and brothers of Goa on ‘Goa Liberation Day’.

Remembering all those brave hearts who worked hard to free Goa from foreign rule, I bow to their valor and courage”.

Nitin Gadkari Tweet

“गोवा मुक्ति दिवस की हार्दिक बधाई एवं शुभकामनाएं”।

The Indian Army liberated Goa, Daman, and Diu from Portuguese occupation on this day in 1961, making the Portuguese the last European rulers to leave India.