Sarat Chandra Bose was born on this day i.e. on September 6, 1889 in Cuttack, Odisha, his mother’s and father’s name were Janakinath Bose (Father) and Prabhavati Devi. He was a resident of 24 Parganas, West Bengal. He belonged to a noble Kayastha family. Not only this, his father was a descendant of Bose of Mahinagar (South 24 Parganas), while his mother Prabhavati Devi was part of the famous Datta family of Hatkhola in North Kolkata. His parents had a total of 14 children, of whom six daughters and eight sons, including Left leaders Sarat Chandra Bose, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and eminent cardiologist Dr Sunil Chandra Bose. Political career began: In 1936, Sarat Chandra Bose became the President of the Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee, and also served as a member of the All India Congress Committee from 1936 to 1947.
After Subhash’s escape, Sarat Bose was arrested a day before joining the cabinet minister, assassinated in the Fazlul Haque government, and then transferred to the prison in Coonoor, after which his health began to decline. happened. He was released in September 1945 after a prison term of 4 years. From 1946 to 1947, Sarat Bose led a Congress delegation to the Central Legislative Assembly. He strongly supported the formation of the Indian National Army by Subhas Chandra Bose and actively participated in the Quit India Movement. After the death of his brother in 1945, Sarat Bose led efforts to provide relief and assistance to the families of INA soldiers through the INA Defense and Relief Committee. He was appointed as a minister to a national executive council led by Jawaharlal Nehru and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, and was appointed a member of the Interim Government for Works, Mines and Powers headed by the Viceroy of India in 1946.
Not only this, Sarat Bose married Biwabati Dey, daughter of Akhoy Kumar Dey and Subala Dey, in 1909. From whom they had 8 children. His children included Amiya Nath Bose, a doctorate in chemistry and an eminent German engineer, Amiya Nath Bose, who participated in the Quit India Movement, became a Member of Parliament, and the Indian Ambassador to Burma, Shishir Kumar Bose, also a pediatrician. . and Member of Legislative Assembly, and Subrata Bose, who was also an electrical engineer and Member of Parliament. His youngest daughter, Prof. Chitra Ghosh is also a distinguished educationist, a social scientist and a Member of Parliament. His grandson Sumantra Bose is Professor of Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science.