(A registered Organization of Ex Servicemen dedicated to nation)
Under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, Registration No. S35592 of 1999
Azad Hind Fauj (Indian National Army), led by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was instrumental in hastening the departure of British rulers from India. The ABPSSP celebrates ‘Azad Hind Fauj Divas’ on 14th April, each year because on that day, in 1944, the INA after having liberated a part of British ruled India in the then Assam Province had hoisted the TRICOLOUR at the INA Headquarters at MOIRANG (MANIPUR). This day is celebrated in most of the states to make the youth of our country aware of the important role played by the INA in our freedom struggle and inculcate the spirit of sacrifice for the nation.
The INA veterans of yesteryears are now ‘forgotten heroes’. To inculcate pride amongst these veterans, the ABPSSP organized a three day programme, called ‘International Reunion of INA Veterans’ at New Delhi, from 19th to 21st April 2002. During this programme, INA veterans from all over the world were invited. These veterans were accorded a grand civil reception at the Red Fort. A park near Red Fort was also named “Chalo Delhi” Park, on that day. The reunion was a great success and was widely covered by the media.