No one will be able to stop us from changing our history: Amit Shah, Union Minister of Housing

Shah urged historians and study scholars to rewrite Indian history . He urged them to write about 30 empires that ruled for more than 150 years in any part of the world .

New Delhi, November 25: Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Thursday that Indian history has been twisted and incorrectly expressed and that he had encouraged historians and study scholars to rewrite it.On the 400th anniversary of Ahom Army General Lachit Barphukan's birth, senior BJP leader Shah spoke at a function held in New Delhi on Thursday.I have often heard that our history is twisted and inaccurately expressed, as I have.It may be true, but who can prevent us from writing about our glorious past?

Shah appealed to the historians and study scholars present at the function to get over the myth that Indian history is twisted and inaccurately expressed.He wanted them to write about 30 empires that ruled for more than 150 years in any part of the world, as well as 300 such notable figures who fought and sacrificed themselves during the country's freedom fight.I urge our historians and students of history to identify 30 of India's greatest empires, as well as 300 warriors who demonstrated extraordinary courage to protect the motherland and write a great deal about them, the union home minister said.Shah also assured historians and academic scholars that the union government would continue to assist them in their investigations.

Lachit Barphukan was born in Charaideo on November 24, 1622, and was known for his brutal military intelligence in destroying the Mughals, stopping Aurangzeb's ever-increasing ambitions in the Battle of Saraighat.Lachit Diwas is commemorated in Assam on November 24 to commemorate Lachit Borphukan's heroism and the Assamese army's victory at the Battle of Saraighat.The Centre held a flagship event in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, to commemorate the life of one of eastern India's greatest warriors and recognize his accomplishments outside his home state, in order to pay national tribute to the leaders 400th anniversary of the leaders' birth.

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