I wrote an article in Mathrubhumi about the meeting the Bose family and Mission Netaji had with the Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav and the belongings of Gumnami baba, the mysterious hermit, whom many thought was Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose living incognito. The article is in Malayalam.
The probability of Netaji having an extraordinary afterlife in India, under the guise of a sanyasi, is very strong. Following the meeting with Bose family members and Mission Netaji, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav has expedited the process to move the belongings of the sanyasi to the Ram Katha museum in Faizabad. Since the money for the museum is spent from the state treasury, the government will have to answer who he was, by means of an official inquiry. If it appears that he was Netaji himself, who will embrace the accountability of lying on record to the people of the world’s largest democracy over the fate of their hero?
Members of the Bose family and Mission Netaji had a wonderful 75-minute meeting with Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav at his residence. All eyes are now on him to put an end to the Netaji mystery. He promised us that the Gumnami baba museum would be opened very soon. We requested him to set up an inquiry into the identity of the baba. We now await his announcement. Thanks to him for the wonderful South Indian breakfast! Following are some news reports.
I spoke to Yentha.com from Lucknow about the Netaji mystery and Mission Netaji’s efforts in resolving the mystery. Here is the link to the interview.
The whole Mission Netaji team and some members of the Bose family have landed in Lucknow for Operation Kalidas! We will meet Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav today to discuss Gumnami baba. We will request him to expedite the inauguration of the museum to hold the belongings of the baba and declare an inquiry to establish his identity. People believe he was Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose living incognito until 1985. Following are news reports about the event on Times of India and Mathrubhumi.
Today, I had the honour of being felicitated by the Vivekananda Study Circle (VSC) in Technopark, for Mission Netaji’s efforts to solve the Netaji mystery. I spoke to a curious audience about the Netaji mystery and the steps taken by Mission Netaji in cracking it. Thank you VSC. Dr BK Krishnan Nair spoke about Vivekananda’s ideals. Technopark Today and Mathrubhumi daily covered the event.