It’s August 18! The first time after an Indian Inquiry commission stated that Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose didn’t die on this date in 1945. But still the Congress government is not prepared to accept the findings of the Mukherjee commission. It is the right of every Indian to know what happened to this ‘Prince among Patriots’, as described by Mohandas Gandhi. Gandhi, though with a strong dislike of Bose’s ideas, he went on to say that ‘Bose’s patriotism was second to none’. Don’t you think it is hightime we got to the truth?
Some anomalies, but only a tip of the ice-berg:
- The Japanese officers hinted pretty clearly that Bose had the plan to escape to Soviet Russia, in 1945.
- Some documents in the Russian archives reveal the conversation Joseph Stalin had with Vyacheslav Molotov in which he plans on using Bose effectively, and that in 1946.
- A Soviet spy named VG Sadyants had reported back to Russia about the political situation in India in 1946 and discussed Bose’s prospectes then.
- Shyamlal Jain, a typist in Nehru’s office stated before one of the previous commissions that he had typed a letter for Nehru, in which Nehru was blabbing to his British counterparts about Bose’s plans and entry to Russia, and also about Stalin’s willingness to accept him.
- Mission Netaji unearthed a letter by MO Mathai, Nehru’s assistant, that says Bose’s ashes were received in India more than 50 years ago. Still the Indian government spends money to maintain Bose’s ashes in Renkoji temple in Japan.
- The commission stated pretty clearly that the person who died and cremated back in 1945 was not Netaji, but was Ichiro Okura, a Japanese soldier. But the Indian government is supremely confident despite any proof that it was Netaji.
- Dr Satyanarayan Sinha got some information pertaining to the existence of Bose even after his presumed death and passed on this news to Nehru. Later, Sinha wrote that he was unexpectedly reprimanded by Nehru for this information and the relation between the two worsened afterwards.
- Mukherjee commission requested the Indian government to try and ensure its proper running in Russia during its inquiry there, but the government did not indulge.
- The foreign commissions that inquired into Bose’s disappearance traversed the plane crash theory and informed Nehru of their findings. But Nehru never came up with their findings.
- The commission asked for the classified documents available with the Indian government for inspection. But the government did not yield and it stated that those would wreck India’s foreign relations, and would raise national and international security concerns. Ask yourself, is there something BIG in it. The answer is despite 61 years, there is…..
- Mukherjee commission found out that some of the documents relating to Netaji were deliberately destroyed by the Indian government.
- The Indian government continued to renew the pact that would impel them to hand over those coming under the definition of ‘War Criminal’ to their ‘enemy’ Great Britain for trial and judgment. Now you know who that War Criminal was and why was the pact renewed even under the Indira Gandhi regime, years after the War Criminal’s death in 1945!
- Last, but not the least, there lived a sanyasi known as Bhagwanji a.k.a. Gumnami Baba in Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh, who lived at least till 1985 September 16, who was identical to Bose in all likelihood, whether it be his appearance, handwriting, life style, passions and thinking,……. in all aspects, though on the QT, according to various testimonials. He resembled Bose in thought and actions completely….. In fact, he was Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose….
Then why didn’t he wish to resurface? The Indian Government has the answer. Will they come up with it? I don’t think the Congress government will ever come up with it. Any other government? Well, the NDA had the option previously, but it also did not wish to. Basically, there are some ‘top level’ secrets no government would wish to reveal, whatever be the political gains they would achieve from it. Bose’s case is one of them. Only someone brave, as brave as Netaji, can rise up with the truth, no remote controlled Prime Minister can ever….