Chief Minister Shri Chouhan garlanded the portrait of Jan-Nayak Birsa Munda Bhopal : Wednesday, June 9, 2021, 18:20 IST Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan paid floral tributes to the portrait of Lord Birsa Munda on his martyrdom day as we speak, June 9. . Chief Minister Shri Chouhan garlanded the portrait of Birsa Munda on the Chief Minister’s residence. He stated that the sacrifice of Lok Nayak Birsa Munda, who gave the slogan of ‘Abua Dishum Abua Raj’ i.e. ‘Our Nation, Our Raj’, to avoid wasting the rights, self-respect, freedom, tradition of the tribes would by no means be forgotten. He was the chief of the Ulgulan motion. Jan-Nayak Birsa Munda was born on 15 November 1875 in Ulihatu village of Khuti district of Jharkhand. He was all the time frightened concerning the dangerous situation of his society by the British rulers. The Munda tribe thought-about cholera, smallpox, snake bites and tigers to be the desire of God. Birsa Munda would train them learn how to struggle illnesses. On account of this service, Birsa Munda had grow to be ‘Dharti Aba’ i.e. ‘Earth Father’ in his space. By enjoying a number one function within the nationwide motion, ‘Dharti Aaba’ Birsa Munda, who woke up the spirit of patriotism, got here to be thought-about as God. On October 1894, Birsa Munda agitated for the waiver of lease from the British. Between 1897 and 1900, there have been wars between the Mundas and the English troopers, and underneath the management of Birsa Munda, the Mundas defeated the British. In March 1900, Birsa Munda was addressing a public assembly in Chakradharpur, when he was arrested. Birsa Munda took his final breath on 9 June 1900 in Ranchi Jail.