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Quit India movement marked turning point in history, it gave country a new leadership: PM Modi

Last Modified Wednesday, 9 August 2017 (13:54 IST)
New Delhi: Narendra Modi today said of 1942 marked a significant turning point of India's and the movement marked the rise of a "new leadership". "The Quit India movement marked the rise of a new leadership. The people overwhelmingly supported Mahatma Gandhi's call of Do or Die," he said in the Lok Sabha during a special discussion on Quit India movement.

The House today did not take up the conventional Question Hour and took up the debate on the major episode of country's freedom as the first agenda of the day. "The Indian freedom struggle witnessed participation from a wide range of individuals over several years," the Prime Minister said. (UNI)
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