Now 14th August will be celebrated as Partition Horrors Remembrance Day. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced this. PM Modi has said that the pain of those people can never be forgotten, who had to suffer a lot during the partition. Today we will tell you about Partition Horrors Remembrance Day. We will know why the partition happened? What was the need of this?

PM Modi has said that “the pain of partition of the country can never be forgotten. Due to hatred and violence lakhs of our sisters and brothers were displaced and even lost their lives. In memory of the struggle and sacrifice of those people.” It has been decided to celebrate 14th August as ‘Vibhishan Memorial Day’.

This day of #PartitionHorrorsRemembranceDay will not only inspire us to eliminate the poison of discrimination, animosity and ill-will, but it will also strengthen unity, social harmony and human sensibilities.”

Main reason for partition of India and Pakistan

Partitions happen in every house and in every country, but the river of blood does not flow. The partition of India and Pakistan happened in 1947 and then rivers of blood also flowed. On 14 August 1947, Pakistan became a separate country on 15 August 1947. At the time of partition, not only India was divided among many sub-continents.

Pakistan celebrates 14 August 1947 as independence. In the same country, there are many people who still have the wounds of partition on their hearts. At the time of partition, lakhs of people had left their homes and families and came to India.

PM Modi said that the pain of partition can never be forgotten. Due to hatred and violence lakhs of brothers and sisters had to be displaced. PM Narendra Modi said that now we will celebrate 14 August as Partition Horrors Remembrance Day.

Which was a major reason for the creation of the separate nations of India and Pakistan in 1947?

It is obvious that the partition of India was done on religious lines. After partition, Pakistan became a Muslim country, while India had more Hindu population, but India became a secular country.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah is believed to be the main reason for the partition. The population of British India before 1947 was about 570 million. After partition India had 370 million population. 170 million were in Pakistan and 30 million were in East Pakistan. East Pakistan which is now Bangladesh.

During the partition in 1947, lakhs of people were killed. There were also millions of people who had become refugees in their own country. People were running away from their homes. The homes of millions of people were demolished.

Partition Horrors Remembrance Day

PM Narendra Modi has announced that from today every citizen of India will celebrate 14th August as Partition Horrors Remembrance Day. Millions of people became homeless on this day. Millions of people were killed.

PM Narendra Modi has said that the sacrifice of those lakhs of people cannot be forgotten. What do you think about Partition Horrors Remembrance Day? Do tell us.

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