The role of Azad Hind Bahini in the history of India’s independence is of particular significance.
The role of Azad Hind Bahini in india’s independence is significant. Rash Behari Bose formed the Azad Hind Fauj on September 1, 1942. Mohan Singh was the commander of this Azad Hind Bahini at the time of its establishment. After some time Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose took over the leadership of Azad Hind Bahini. The army was divided into several parts, notably the Gandhi Brigade, Azad Brigade, Nehru Brigade, Jhansirani Brigade. Azad Hind Bahini declared war on the British government on 23 October 1943. On January 4, 1944, Netaji established the first military office of the Ranguni Azad Hind Fauj. Azad Hind Fauj’s war cry was ‘Delhi Chalo’, the only goal was to drive the British out of India after the capture of Delhi. On March 18, 1944, The Azad Hind Bahini entered the Territory of India. After entering Manipur, they hoisted the national flag of India and started a war with the British to capture Imphal, the capital of Manipur After the United States advanced on the Japan campaign in the wake of World War II, the Japanese army left the company of the Azad Hind Bahini to defend its homeland. Then on August 15, 1945, Japan surrendered to the Allies, forcing the Azad Hind forces to give up arms. In the history of India’s freedom movement, the struggle of Azad Hind Bahini is of immense importance. This struggle of The Azad Hind Bahini inspired the countrymen to get independence