For the history of India in the slavery of the British for centuries, the date of February 20 is very important. On this date, in 1947 the then British Prime Minister Clement Attlee announced India’s liberation from the slavery of Britain until 30 June 1948. However, India got independence on 15 August 1947. Before Independence, the country was divided into India and Pakistan.
The sequence of history of February 20 is as follows
1835: Calcutta Medical College officially open.
1935: Caroline Mickelson stepped on Antarctica. She became the first woman to reach that remote end of the earth.
1947: British Prime Minister Clement Attlee declares historic independence of India.
1950: Death Anniversary of Sarat Chandra Bose-a Activist
1987: Mizoram was declared the 23rd state of India.
2009: UN begins to celebrate February 20 as World Social Justice Day