The Amrita Bazar Patrika was a popular nationalist newspaper. It was started in 1868 by two brothers, Sisir Kumar Ghosh and Moti Lal Ghosh. It was initially a Bengali weekly. Later it became a daily and turned into an English newspaper overnight when the Vernacular Press Act was imposed in 1878. Here it shows the news related to the Quit India movement, which was launched on 8 August 1942. The country saw an unparalleled participation of the people from all sections of the society in the final struggle for freedom.