Independence day 2020: check your knowledge with these 10 questions – independence day 2020: why was the date of independence chosen August 15? Do you know the answers to these 10 questions?


India's independence was proclaimed on 15 August 1947.

new Delhi :

India will be celebrating the 74th Independence Day tomorrow i.e. on 15 August. 73 years will pass if India gets independence from the British rule. Tomorrow, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be hoisting the tricolor at the ramparts of the Red Fort, he will have made a record with this program. Prime Minister Modi will become the first non-Congress PM of the country to hoist the tricolor at the Red Fort for the 7th consecutive time. Till now, this record was only in the name of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. On Thursday, PM Modi broke Vajpayee's record for the longest day as a non-Congress Prime Minister. The events that took place 73 years after the independence of the country and before 15 August 1947 are quite significant. On one side, where the country was desperate to break the chains of slavery for 150 years, on the other hand Mohammad Ali Jinnah had created a big problem by demanding partition. Important events in the days around the date of 15 August 1947 which are recorded in the pages of history. Everyone should know the questions related to them today. Like the historical speech of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on the midnight of 14 August which is associated with the destiny of the country. Actually, that speech of Pandit Nehru was the epitome of future India. Bring some important questions related to some important events during independence, from which you will know how much you understand the independence of the country and the ways it is connected.

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