Taluka Police Praise Freedom Fighter’s Family

Panvel Taluka Police Station Senior Police Inspector Ravindra Daundkar and other police personnel visited the family members of freedom fighter K. Sudamrao Dixit | Case

As part of the celebration of the 75th anniversary of independence, government agencies carried out a number of activities. Even ordinary citizens joined in and raised the national flag at home to show their solidarity with the families of the freedom fighters.

In the same vein, Senior Police Inspector of Panvel Taluka Police Station Ravindra Daundkar and other police personnel visited the family members of freedom fighter K. Sudamrao Dixit, living under the jurisdiction of Panvel Taluka Police Station, and congratulated senior family members.

Freedom fighter Sudamrao Balabhau Dixit was born in 1909 to a very poor family in the village of Hingoli in Maharashtra.

While studying law, he began to participate in the struggle for freedom, and after graduating from law school, he devoted himself entirely to the struggle for the freedom of the country.

He participated in the 1928-29 Salt March, the 1942 Quit India movement and others.

He had to be imprisoned several times in various places like Nanded, Aurangabad and Nagpur for his involvement in the freedom struggle.

Dixit’s wife, Mainabai Sudamrao Dixit, 97, and daughter Asha Sudamrao Dixit live at Indiabulls Green Society in Kon village in Panvel.

Principal PI Daundkar visited the place and congratulated her by giving her a shawl, fruits and a bouquet of flowers and celebrated Independence Amrit Mahotsav in a different way.

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Thelma J. Longworth