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Rallies, tributes for Netaji
- Walk for the warrior

Jamshedpur on Wednesday paid tribute to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on his 116th birth anniversary with series of programmes.

The Bengal Club in Sakchi took out a rally to mark the occasion. The rally, which began from the club, was attended by members of different social organisations and 150 students of five schools ó Sardamoni High School, Sakchi High School, Vivekananda High School, Ramkrishna Mission Vivekananda Middle School and Ramkrishna Mission Sardamoni Girls High School.

The rally culminated with a floral tribute to the leaderís statue at Ambagan in Sakchi.

Political parties also joined in the celebrations.

City unit of JMM and JVM paid floral tributes to Netaji at their respective offices in Sakchi.

The leaders including JMM district president Ramesh Hansdah and JVM district president Firoz Khan at separate functions called upon youth cadres to follow Netajiís teachings.

Members of the Bistupur based The Milanee used the occasion to inaugurate a bust of Netaji on its campus.

More than 50 trainee teachers of Loyola College of Education at Birsanagar took out rally to Pragati Saraswati Mandir School in Birsanagar. City-based NGO Hind Club organised a blood donation camp at New Ranikudar in Kadma to commemorate the birth anniversary where 98 units were collected and handed over to Jamshedpur Blood Bank.

Subhas Sanskriti Parishad, a socio-cultural outfit, also paid rich tributes to Netaji at a function organised at the Kamani Centre in Bistupur.