The BJP government there will now rewrite the history of Arunachal Pradesh and also include it in the school curriculum. In fact, Arunachal Pradesh’s Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein gave a statement in the past, in which he said that now the researchers are rewriting the history of Arunachal state and they will be included in the school curriculum so that the coming generation can learn about the state at the school level.
To know the history Addressing the ‘Tribal Pride Day’ organized to commemorate the 147th birth anniversary of Bhagwan Veer Birsa Munda, the Deputy Chief Minister on Tuesday announced that the coming Statehood Day (February 20) would be dedicated to the unsung heroes so that they could be given due respect .
Names of Unsung Heroes have already been uploaded by the Central Government on a dedicated government portal, while few more names are in the process of uploading. A statue of Bhagwan Veer Birsa Munda was unveiled by Chief Minister Pema Khandu and other dignitaries on the occasion.
Khandu said Arunachal Pradesh also has its share of freedom fighters, but expressed concern that they were lost to history. “They fought for the freedom of the country and most of them died in the freedom struggle. But their stories are unknown and their contribution is not recognised,” he said.
He told the gathering that, “The state government, under a committee headed by Deputy Chief Minister Mein, has documented the stories of 157 unsung heroes and has so far submitted a list of 60 of them to the Center to recognize their contribution to the freedom struggle.” Can go.”
The list also includes Matmur Jamoh, who killed British officer Williamson at Komsing village, while his followers killed Dr Gregerson at Pangi in East Siang district on March 31, 1911. His last days in the Cellular Jail, where he was with others. He said, “Not only the Adis of the central Arunachal belt, the Idu Mishmis, Wanchos, Singphos and Khamtis in the east and the Akas in the west also opposed the British and fought wars with them.”