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Dr Lakshmi Sahagal

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Iyyarooraan

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The Women Squad Leader of the Indian National Army, Dr Lakshmi Sahagal passed away at 97. She was born Lakshmi Swaminathan to Dr S. Swaminathan and Mrs Ammu. Did her MBBS and was a practising Gynaec. She went to Singapore in pursuit of academics but changed course to become part of Indian history. At her time She was a great revolutionary of purpose. I think this forum to salute the great lady.
 

kk4646

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The Women Squad Leader of the Indian National Army, Dr Lakshmi Sahagal passed away at 97. She was born Lakshmi Swaminathan to Dr S. Swaminathan and Mrs Ammu. Did her MBBS and was a practising Gynaec. She went to Singapore in pursuit of academics but changed course to become part of Indian history. At her time She was a great revolutionary of purpose. I think this forum to salute the great lady.


Yes..I salute as she being an ardent communist ....

TVK
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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The young Captain. Lakshmi Sahgal.
 

vgane

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Lakshmi Sahgal was a highly compassionate person who provided succour to the refugees of East Pakistan during the Bangladesh war of Independence in 1971...She also supported the Sikhs in Delhi in the aftermath of Indira Gandhi assassination in 1984 when marauding mobs were targeting the Sikhs...She also contested against Dr Abdul Kalam in the 2002 Presidential election...She worked tirelessly for the downtrodden and championed the cause of the poor...
 
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