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Netaji "death" controversy basic facts-

Netaji "death" controversy basic facts-

A burnt watch was said to have been removed from the body of Subhas Chandra Bose following his death in an alleged air crash. It was eventually handed over to his family by Pt Nehru. There are 2 problems: Netaji never wore a square watch. As usual, he was seen wearing a round watch in his last known days. Two, the mark left by the fastener on strap indicated it was worn by someone with a wrist bulkier than Bose’s.The death certificate issued by Japan is also completely fake.

Palm print of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Mukherjee Commission tried to find fingerprints of the so-called Gumanmi Baba, but government lab showed no interest. Sarkari experts produced fake DNA and handwriting reports to kill the claim that he was Netaji.

Subhas Chandra Bose with German foreign ministry officials Paul Schmidt (left) and Walther Hewel (right) in 1942 at Hitler's eastern front HQ in Poland. Second world war offered Indian freedom fighters a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to weakened or end the colonial rule. Netaji utilised it by taking help from the Axis powers. Congress leaders in the meanwhile more or less kept on backing Great Britain led by Hinduphobe Winston Churchill, whose loathing for India was and is well-known. While the Allies were fighting the Axis for the sake of freedom, no such consideration was made in the case of India.

As it happened, Bose's efforts with the help of the Axis, triggered a never before commotion in India and it became the main reason for India to become free. However, in an irony of fate, Congress leaders reaped the harvest of Bose's struggle. After coming to power, they used the state machinery to promote the myth that India became free due to the power of ahimsa.

31 Oct 1946: Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on Netaji's alleged death. Pls note that by this time intelligence had carried out a detailed inquiry and were not sure that Bose had died as claimed. There were credible inputs suggesting that Bose was in Russia.

This day in 1908 Pasumpon Muthuramalingam Thevar was born. In 1950 or so, Thevar slipped out of India secretly and met Subhas Chandra Bose. This account matches with what the so-called Gumnami Baba said.

Now that Ministry of Defence is going to declassify some of war histories, let's recapitulate an old matter.

1.  In 1950s, Govt commissioned a top historian to write about INA of Subhas Bose

2.  Dr PC Gupta's work was never released to the public.

3. Chandrachur Ghose and I made efforts to obtain a copy of the report. CIC and Delhi HC ruled in our favour.

4. We now know the reason Govt doesn't want the report to go public.

5. A 2011 confidential note reads that Gupta's manuscript disputes official version of Netaji's death.

6. Mahatma Gandhi bhakts do not want us to know the truth about Netaji. They fear their narrative will be finished.

"Dominion status is not the same as Independence.... It’s not true that a community is independent when its Ministers have in fact taken the Oath of Allegiance to the King."

-- Winston Churchill to Clement Attlee on Indian Independence Bill, 1947

This day in 1933, Vithalbhai Patel passed away. He is seen here on his deathbed, with a much younger Subhas Chandra Bose by his side. They were in a sanatorium in Europe to recoup from tuberculosis. Vithalbhai was elder brother of Vallabhbhai (Sardar) Patel.

After Gandhi suspended the civil disobedience movement, together they castigated him -- even as Vallabhbhai remained loyal to the Mahatma.


1. Under duress, Govt accepted in court that claim of death following an air crash is riddled with holes

2. Therefore, Govt itself opposed air crash theory before Mukherjee Commission

3. Later, Govt changed stand overnight (2006)

4. Stating the truth will eventually lead to bringing down the Gandhian myth

5. Since Govt is run by the Gandhi bhakts, their flip-flop is perfectly understandable

14 intelligence officials were tasked to keep an eye on the Bose kin in Kolkata alone

Snooping was happening across India. Only a small part was exposed by Mission Netaji in 2015

Netaji, in a meeting with the Japanese, Tokyo, 1943.

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose inspecting target practice by Rani Jhansi Regiment trainees. Rani Lakshmi Bai was martyred today 163 years ago.

Guns of Rani Lakshmi Bai, who was martyred today 163 years ago. Preserved at Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata.

Mumbai on 29 January 1946: The police try to break a procession commemorating the birthday of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

I know that many people, do not approve of Netaji's taking help from the Axis during the war. Such people believe India took the theka of bringing peace to the mankind on the strength of her moral prowess.

Unfortunately this is not how the world works. In pursuit of national interests, one will go to the extent of shaking hands even with the devil. This is the golden rule governing our imperfect world. Subhas Chandra Bose wasn’t an intellectual or a hack pontificating sanctimoniously about how things should be. His priority was to secure freedom for Indians in circumstances which were rather extraordinary.

And, facts on record show, that if Netaji had not gone out of India and not done things that he did risking his life at every step, India would have remained under the colonial rule for a long time after 1947. This is what every Indian should bear in mind.

Jai Hind 🙏💐वंदेमातरम्

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose inspecting target practice by Rani Jhansi Regiment trainees. Rani Lakshmi Bai was martyred today 163 years ago.

Guns of Rani Lakshmi Bai, who was martyred today 163 years ago. Preserved at Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata.

This day in 1943, Subhas Chandra Bose set up Provisional  Government of Free India. Netaji's portrait in Parliament Central Hall depicts that moment. It was unveiled in 1978 due to the efforts of Prof Samar Guha, a follower of the so-called Gumnami Baba.

A song loved by/linked to Gumnami Baba was played  during this ceremony attended by President Neelam Sanjiva Reddy, Prime Minister Morarji Desai and foreign minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Prof Samar Guha was going around telling all the top people in the country that Netaji was alive. The only people who were not intrigued by his behaviour were the folks in the Intelligence Bureau, who otherwise kept an eye on every bird that fluttered anywhere in India.

True to the Gandhian spirit of his predecessors, the Narendra Modi govt has kept the intelligence files concerning Subhas Chandra Bose top secret.

जयहिंद वंदेमातरम् 🙏💐🇮🇳

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