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Congress Radio

Congress Radio was a clandestine and underground Ram Manohar Lohia, Achyutrao Patwardhan, and Purushottam Trikamdas were also associated with the Congress Radio.

On 14 August 1942, within a week of launching of the Quit India Movement, the Secret Congress Radio, went on air, with Dr. Usha Mehata herself broadcasting this announcement:
"This is the Congress Radio calling on (a wavelength of) 42.34 meters from somewhere in India."

See also

References

  • India’s 50 Most Illustrious Women (ISBN 81-88086-19-3) by Indra Gupta

External links

  • Programs of Congress Radio, see 'Records and Audio Tapes'
  • Article on Congress Radio
  • http://www.clandestineradio.com/intel/station.php?id=84&stn=237 Audio File


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