Nehru’s hand in the Netaji Mystery

Truth has a way to squirm out at the most inopportune times. The case of Subash Chandra Bose aka Netaji is one such instance. The Pioneer has begun what looks like a series devoted to unearthing the facts surrounding Netaji’s disapperance. And finds that Pandit Nehru played a great part in burying him alive, figuratively speaking.

…The Pioneer found out during a week-long investigation recently. The biggest revelation, complete with documentation, is about the guilt of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, in suppressing the basic facts about the Taiwan non-crash and subsequent bogus cremation of Netaji. Nehru, who doubled as India’s External Affairs Minister, had been personally informed by the Government of Formosa (as Taiwan was then called), albeit through British channels, in August 1956 about the full facts behind Japan’s staging of a spectacular “death” for the Indian hero. Yet, Nehru had allowed the Shah Nawaz Khan Committee to go on with its command performance of an inquiry. He had accepted a report that completely contradicted the Formosan version. The myth about the air crash was allowed to grow under the assumption that a lie told many times becomes the truth. [.] Had Nehru not concealed the Formosan report back in 1956, two great misfortunes might have avoided this nation. First, three generations of Indians would have been spared of the tragicomic dimensions that the Netaji mystery often took. Second, the subcontinent’s most charismatic politician could yet have been recovered for the people of India had its Government made use of the reliable input that he had not died as presumed 11 years earlier. Who knows, he may very well have been held prisoner at the time in some gulag in China or Soviet Russia. The possibilities are endless because, after all, Subhas Chandra Bose would have been only 59-years-old in 1956.

Varnam has followed this up in some detail. Another good resource on Bose is Wikipedia.

51 comments for “Nehru’s hand in the Netaji Mystery

  1. Debasis
    March 2, 2014 at 10:06 PM

    It’s a tragedy to discuss about adjudications to Netaji’s choice in the path of independence of the nation – ‘British India’. But emotions aside – let’s proceed.
    In the time of WW II, Japan was imperialist, in ally with Nazi Germany indeed. But, what about India? A colony under ‘British empire’. Just a colony. Now, the ‘empire’ – What that word suggests? It suggests an imperial Britain, supported by two-faced US, for capitalistic reasons.
    At the end of 19th century, colonial rules of the member of allied forces reached a terminal point. Europe-US-Japan was facing waves after waves of depressions (I presume, we know what the economical condition in ‘British India’, that time). Germany-Japan wanted their own seats in this global grand feast. Axis forces were born. They become the threat for the world (for the capitalist allied forces). And, the so called just administration of British Empire? Was it not a threat?
    Axis forces – They were bad, bad, bad. Oh! How bad they are. Atleast Britain-US makes sure, that the world knows all about it, and they were punished accordingly for war-crimes. The valiant winners made the history (literally speaking).
    What would happen if the Axis forces won? Would India fall under Imperial Japan? But, they didn’t win, did they? So, these questions are irrelevant, unless there is a concrete prove. And when I say prove – That doesn’t mean any conspiracy theory or rather conspiracy hypothesis.
    Readers, I would like to request you to put yourselves in year of 1940. Netaji is under house arrest. Axis force is winning the war with a rapid pace. Germany is the only place outside India, where ancient Indian civilization and Sanskrit is nurtured. German people are showing respect, and support the ‘Indian society’ in Berlin. Rabindranath Tagore authored the book ‘Japanyatri’ (‘A Sojourn to Japan’) on his travel to Japan. The respect of the Japanese people towards India becomes prominent.
    ICS Netaji was well aware of that. It was a golden chance for a true leader, a patriot, who knows what it meant to be a freedom fighter, and being steady in this treacherous path to independence, stubborn. His urge for freedom was more than his need to be politically correct.
    But even against British tyranny, is it right to took the side of the fascist Axis forces? Mind it, we are in 1940 now. Netaji knew about racist characteristics of fascism, but it was impossible for him to know about Jews holocaust, about Anne Frank’s diary, abut Chinese massacre. Netaji never shows any allegiance to Hitler or Tojo. He asked for help, and help was given, by virtue of his diplomatic quality. Azad hind was a sovereign governing body, and INA fought alone. So, it’s ridiculous, when Mr. Jawharlal explained Netaji’s struggle for independence was in wrong path, and appealed to the nation to stand by their British masters in this inopportune time.
    Netaji’s choice might or might not be an ethical choice. But it was definitely a rational choice for a freedom fighter. Again, His urge for freedom was more than his need to be politically correct.

  2. asit guin
    February 23, 2014 at 8:36 AM

    Recent researches show that Soviet Union headed by Stalin had given recognition to azad hind govt. That time German- Russian war not yet started. Netaji had gone to Germany via USSR only. Stalin govt helped him to cross the border to Germany. However in a complex political situation, azad hind’s war was a war for correct purpose bur in the wrong side. Japan was a losing force; they cannot win; how azad hind fauz will achieve success at that moment. It was a battle for right purpose but with wrong alleys. Later on Azad hind fauz achieved post-war psychological success. British realized that ruling India by an army of Indian soldiers is impossible. So it is better to leave.,,

  3. asit guin
    February 23, 2014 at 8:31 AM

    Recent researches show that Soviet Union headed by Stalin had given recognition to azad hind govt. That time German- Russian war not yet started. Netaji had gone to Germany via USSR only. Stalin govt helped him to cross the border to Germany. However in a complex political situation, azad hind’s war was a war for correct purpose bur in the wrong side. Japan was a losing force; they cannot win; how azad hind fauz will achieve success at that moment. It was a battle for right purpose but with wrong alleys. Later on Azad hind fauz achieved post-war psychological success. British realized that ruling India by an army of Indian soldiers is impossible. So it is better to leave.

  4. asit guin
    February 23, 2014 at 8:24 AM

    British ordered assassination of Netaji: Now facts are coming out that British ordered assassination of Netaji after he escaped from house arrest in 1941. Eunan O”Halpin of Trinity College, Dublin, made the stunning revelation while delivering the lecture at Netaji Research Bureau. A history professor, O”Halpin said the British Special Operation Executive’s plan to assassinate Bose, on his way to Germany was foiled as he changed his route and went via Russia. O”Halpin had handed over the classified documents to Krishna Bose. Sugato Bose, a professor of history in the Harvard University, said he had already informed PM Manmohan Singh about the matter. “I met the prime minister on July 26 and informed him of the existence of the documents and told him that unveiling these documents would not affect bilateral ties with UK.” said Bose. But who really killed Netaji? Netaji had unified Hindus and Muslims in the INA that drove British Army to its knees and came up to Imphal and raised India flags. The Taiwan plane crash was the biggest cover up. It is reasonable to suspect that British were behind killing Netaji. British were eager to get rid of Netaji because with Netaji’s presence they could not have split India. British ruled India with the policy of divide and rule. Netaji did not like that unlike other Indian leaders like Nehru or Mahatma Gandhi. Some say, Netaji was handed over to Russians by the Japanese and Stalin ordered his execution. But now British archives are making it clear that British may have executed him in secret. This was an act of Anglo-Japan secrete pact. Japan surrendered to Brit & US on 15th august, 1945 and Netaji’s last air trip was on 18th august 1945. So a surrendered Japan was no longer azad hind ally, as because Netaji was not in a mood to surrender. British gained a lot from Netaji’s disappearance. They could split India into India and Pakistan. It was a lesson taught to Indians by British before they dilute their empire. Their lies the motivation for killing Netaji. O”Halpin said the British thought Netaji would travel to Germany from Afghanistan via Iran, Iraq and Turkey and informed representatives in Istanbul and Cairo to carry out the operation. Still British are not competent enough to tell the truth. So it is reasonable to believe that Japan sold Netaji to British and British executed him in secret. Accordingly both Japan and British are hiding truth and speaking lies on Netaji.

  5. Debasis
    February 17, 2014 at 1:38 PM

    Illustrious author Mr. Narayan Sanyal in his research novel about Netaji documented:
    ‘Nehru at Ebotabad conference once said, “The news of Subhash’s death has shocked me, but also give me relief. He has sacrificed his life for Indian freedom fight. The misery and hardship often become the fate of such brave soldiers like him, he have been released off them, which is my relief….”
    Readers, I beg your pardon here, as I would take some time here to illustrate the very character of Mr. Nehru. In his lament of Subhash Chandra’s death, he added without losing breath – “also give me relief.” This statement can be misinterpreted in a dozen ways. Mr. Nehru used to speak too much in his speeches, and often divulged comments. He also used to correct himself in following comments. In this affair He thoroughly explained his reason to be relieved. Let us presume his explanation to be true. That is Nehru’s relief is into the fact that, Subhash Chandra escaped the trial as a prisoner of war. But what is the meaning of that? It was never been a shame to stand before British court of law as a rebel, as a revolutionist Subhash Chandra willingly accepted this life, Jawharlal was well aware of that. If Subhash Chandra thought it to be ashamed of, he would never left his job as an ICS – instead of the witness box, he could easily took the seat of a magistrate and judge over rebels (Netaji was a brilliant student, and an ICS scholar). Well? Which “misery and hardship” was Jawharlal alarmed for? Netaji wouldn’t have to stand before a firing squad? What would happen? He would die. There is a Bengali phrase, “marar bara gaal nei (no swear word is viler than death)”. As a common intellectual Bengali, I find no difference between burnt to death on a plane crash and shot to death before a firing squad.” Then, where is the origin of Jawharlal’s sense of “relief”? When on 15.08.1945 Netaji in a confidential meeting at Singapore, talked about his death by hanging or by bullets, or Sri AN Sarkar(legal advisor of Azad Hind government) talked about their death by bullets, then – nobody felt discomfort.
    Hence that “relief” – from Jawharlal’s own comment – it can be stated in the most modest way – to the leaders of the right front (Netaji was never leftist) the extreme threshold to exhibit bravery was imprisonment, and face the police-clubbing – what it means to “lay your life before your country”, they didn’t know, they didn’t understand. So, for them Khudiram (juvenile martyr of Bengal) to Netaji were on the path of misconception.
    Mind it, if we refuse this conclusion, the alternate which become obvious, to explain that “relief” on the news of Subhash’s death, will be more disgraceful for Mr. Jawharlal.

  6. Kamal Krishna Laha, Australia
    October 31, 2013 at 11:16 AM

    Why MKGandhi did not accept the first Indian Congress President Netaji?

  7. karan
    September 29, 2013 at 8:38 PM

    Nehru at that time said “If Subhash would bring soldiers from outside and enter India, then I would be the first person to take sword in hand and oppose him.” so much he disgust Subhash.
    https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/dharmajagruthi/FIUgPCMdqyQ/gFICp

  8. ravi
    September 29, 2013 at 7:48 PM

    Former Indian ambassador Dr Satyanarayana Sinha once met Goga, the son of Abani Mukherjee, a revolutionist in the Russian communist party; who told him that his father and Netaji were prisoners in adjacent cells in Siberia. He also told Sinha that Netaji had assumed the name ‘Khilsai Malang’ there.

    The most shocking of all information it contained was that Netaji had posted a letter from Russia to Nehru, telling that he wished to come back and he also asked Nehru to make arrangements for his come back!

    One may confirm this from the parliamentary records from 3rd August 1977; and the files published by the British government.
    http://www.newsanalysisindia.com/newsanalysisindia/post/Who-killed-Netaji.aspx#.UkciDiy-Mxk

    • karan
      September 29, 2013 at 7:51 PM

      @ravi
      Abani Mukherjee fell victim to the Great Purge(the Great Purge was a campaign of political repression in the Soviet Union orchestrated by Joseph Stalin from 1936 to 1939. It involved a large-scale purge of the Communist Party and government officials, repression of peasants and the Red Army leadership, and widespread police surveillance, suspicion of “saboteurs”, imprisonment, and arbitrary executions.),but his death was only acknowledged by the Soviet Union after 1955.
      Abani Mukherjee was arrested on June 2, 1937.
      Abani Mukherjee was assigned for the first category of repression (execution by firearms) in the list “Moscow-Center” and executed on October 28, 1937.

    • asit guin
      September 29, 2013 at 7:56 PM

      Japan sold Netaji and Netaji-dummy to British;
      In WW-I, Japan was an ally of British. Before WW-II, Japan-US trade war and political war started, this led to actual war between US and Japan. So British became an enemy to Japan by diplomatic manipulation as US – British alliance was there. After WW-II, Japan revived their old connection with British via spies. Japanese and British spies were enough linked before WW-II. Japanese spies agreed to eliminate Netaji. Motive was to appease the British and purchase security for Japan royal family. Thus, Japan sold Netaji to British and British eliminated him. The false news of air crash was Japan’s fabrication. In any controversial case, liar is to be suspected first.
      Netaji’s plan to start second independence war with the help of USSR was known to Japan. There was enough scope for British and Japanese spies to develop a common minimum program against pro-communist agenda of Netaji. Why should Japanese imperialism agree to patronize emergence of independent India as a permanent communist ally? Is it not more logical to fulfill British condition and purchase favor? Why Japan royal family was not tried as a war criminal? What is the mystery behind this favor?
      There is another point about gumnami baba. Who was he? Gumnami baba was a dummy created as a part of common minimum program of Japanese imperialism and British imperialism. In axis camp, creation of dummy by plastic surgery was a common practice. Hitler and Mussolini were having number of dummies. Japan sold Netaji-dummy to British. British deputed this dummy at faizabad of Uttar Pradesh, with a purpose to create confusion that as if Netaji’s death or life is doubtful. The confusion prevented the nation to be doubtful about role of Japan or British. So gumnami baba of faizabad is a common creation of Japanese spies and British spies. Never had he told the truth. If he had told anything, that must be lie. In a controversial case, liar is to be suspected. So, Japan sold Netaji to British and British executed him in secret. Japan sold Netaji-dummy to British and British deputed him at faizabad of Uttar-Pradesh. Japan surrendered to US-UK side on 15th august 1945. Netaji’s last flight was on 18th august 1945. A surrendered Japan was no longer an ally of azad hind. They worked as per their new mentors, the British.

      • nitha
        September 29, 2013 at 8:07 PM

        THIS IS THE REST ABOUT DUMMY NETAJI OR GUMNAMI BABA OR BHAGWANJI
        On 17 September 1985, it was declared that GUMNAMI BABA( Bhagwanji )has died out of cardio vascular failure at 09:45 PM IST on 16 September 1985.
        On 18 September 1985, the doctor certified the death.
        On 19 September 1985, a bier like structure was cremated at Guptar Ghat on the bank of river Saryu, Faizabad at 04:00 PM.

        NOBODY WAS ALLOWED TO HAVE A LOOK OF THE FACE

        DR. BANERJEE, LATER ON DISCLOSED THAT IT WAS NOT BHAGWANJI WHOSE BODY WAS CREMATED.

        A letter discovered from GUMNAMI BABA (Bhagwanji’s )house had the content “Crores [many millions] of Indians have put their eyes upon you. One day the Lord will himself salvage the sorrow of the people, the evil will be destroyed and God will prevail. You are our God in human form.”

      • Debasis
        February 17, 2014 at 5:19 PM

        Reverend Mochizuki of ronkozi temple, Japan, where the so called urn containing the ashes of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose has been kept, had believed from his hurt that he had been given the honorific task to protect and honour Netaji’s remains as per Japanese culture. That old man pay homage and incense to that urn till the last day of his life, every single day, from utmost respect for Netaji.
        In East Asia, there was many national leaders, who were in alliance with Japan in WW II. Head of the state of Burma Ba Maw, president of Philippines Laurel, leader of Chinese government at Nunching.
        After his 90 days long voyage in a submarine, when Netaji emerged at Tokyo like an angel of freedom, then the national poet of Japan, Yonejiru Noguchi on 20.06.1943 wrote Subhash- panegyric. He did it for nobody but Netaji.
        During WW II, and later on, the respect Japan has shown to Netaji, and Indian freedom movement, it cannot be said anyway that Japan sold Netaji to purchase British favour. It’s a crime to even think about it.
        For the sake of debate, if we presume it to be true that Japan sold Netaji to the British, then why Japan provided political asylum to Ba Maw, to Laurel. Would that not make Britain angry? Why Britain never consent with the alleged death of Netaji, proclaimed by Japan, and organised a rigorous investigation.
        I don’t want to be the worker who blames his tool, by trying to explain Japan’s respectful attitude towards Netaji. That demands a fully fledged book.

        • asit guin
          February 23, 2014 at 7:55 AM

          Japan cannot have respect for any freedom struggle of any nation. What japan ( the japaneese imperialism ) had done in vietnam , korea and china is well known to the world. Japanese poet is a non-issue. A poet is not imperialism. The diary of the World War Two Prime Minister of Imperial Japan, General Hideki Tojo, was made public by his wife, as per his wishes, many years after he was hanged in 1948 for war crimes. There were reports in some Japanese newspapers that in his diary, General Tojo had written that India was to be conquered by Japan with the assistance of Subhash Chandra Bose and the Indian National Army, and after that was accomplished, Bose was to be exterminated by the Japanese. This item of news did not speak well for Bose, and was therefore suppressed by the Government of India as well as the Indian media. The sum of it all was that Bose joined the wrong forces, and had to pay dearly for his folly. The British gave India independence in 1947. Had India been a colony of Germany or Japan, God only knows if and when it would have ever got its freedom. AZAD HIND and Netaji had fought for the right purpose but in the wrong side.

          • Debasis
            March 2, 2014 at 9:57 PM

            Nations like people have shades in their character. Stereotyping a nation for felony, and refusing to appreciate the goodness in them, is sadist in nature. However, Japan’s attributes is a least of concern here.
            It shall be an understatement, to say that I am a very humble person to say anything about Netaji. But, you must be someone important, to ‘sum it all’ by saying – “Bose joined the wrong forces, and had to pay dearly for his folly”, and I am afraid you know what that word-“folly”-suggests (of course you are important, pardon my folly). However, as an Indian I must speak out. I shall give you a categorical answer, I hope.

  9. Harish
    September 29, 2013 at 7:46 PM

    ABOUT DUMMY NETAJI

    There is another point about GUMNAMI BABA Who was he? GUMNAMI BABA was a dummy created as a part of common minimum program of Japanese imperialism and British imperialism. In axis camp, creation of dummy by plastic surgery was a common practice.
    Hitler and Mussolini were having number of dummies.
    Japan sold Netaji-dummy to British.
    British deputed this dummy at faizabad of Uttar Pradesh, with a purpose to create confusion that as if Netaji’s death or life is doubtful.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wonz3pLFwWQ&feature=player_embedded#t=0
    THIS IS THE REST ABOUT DUMMY NETAJI OR GUMNAMI BABA OR BHAGWANJI
    On 17 September 1985, it was declared that GUMNAMI BABA( Bhagwanji )has died out of cardio vascular failure at 09:45 PM IST on 16 September 1985.
    On 18 September 1985, the doctor certified the death.
    On 19 September 1985, a bier like structure was cremated at Guptar Ghat on the bank of river Saryu, Faizabad at 04:00 PM.

    NOBODY WAS ALLOWED TO HAVE A LOOK OF THE FACE

    DR. BANERJEE, LATER ON DISCLOSED THAT IT WAS NOT BHAGWANJI WHOSE BODY WAS CREMATED.

    A letter discovered from GUMNAMI BABA (Bhagwanji’s )house had the content “Crores [many millions] of Indians have put their eyes upon you. One day the Lord will himself salvage the sorrow of the people, the evil will be destroyed and God will prevail. You are our God in human form.”
    Even USA’s secret agency CIA had said Netaji was alive in 1964 and again repeated their claims in 2002, when Netaji was 105 yrs old,

    Read more at: http://news.oneindia.in/2006/06/15/netaji-still-alive-and-healthy-son-of-former-aide-1150376835.html

  10. Harish
    September 28, 2013 at 9:49 PM

    “To Mr.Clement Attlee,
    Prime Minister of Britain,
    10 Downing Street, London.
    Dear Mr. Attlee:
    I understand from a reliable source that Subhas Chandra Bose, your war criminal, has been allowed to enter Russian territory by Stalin. This is a clear treachery ad betrayal of faith by the Russians. As Russia has been an ally of the British-Americans, it should not have been done. Please take note of it and do what you consider proper and fit.
    Yours sincerely,
    Jawaharlal Nehru.”

    THIS IS SIMPLY A CHANGE OF ATTITUDE OF NEHRU.

    Nehru’s attitude toward Netaji completely changed after he met Mountbatten at Singapore in 1946.
    Late Amritlal Seth, former editor of the Gujarati Daily Janmabhumi, who accompanied Nehru during his visit to Singapore told late Sarat Chandra Bose immediately after his return from Singapore that Nehru was warned by the British Admiral that, according to his report, ‘Bose’ did not die in the alleged air crash and if Nehru played up too high with the legends of Bose and demands for re-absorption of the INA in the Indian Army, he would be taking the risk of presenting India on a platter to Bose when he reappeared.

    After his return from Singapore, Nehru never uttered a word about Netaji for over a decade even after he became the Prime Minister of India.
    Till fifties, AIR was instructed not to cover any special talk on Netaji or broadcast any news about Netaji’s birthday, exceeding a few minutes.
    All army barracks were prohibited from displaying any portrait of Netaji and this ban-order continued for years even after withdrawal of the British Power.

    As reported in every newspaper at that time, daughter of Stalin Swetlana said in Delhi that Netaji was in Siberia’s yarkutask jail.
    She also gave barrack No. also.
    Speaking to the Hindu, Prof. Guha lent evidence to the view that Subhash Chandra Bose died in a Soviet Prison.
    He noted that Joseph Stalin was crueler than Adolf Hitler’.
    A Soviet agent named V G Sayadyants who was based in Mumbai reported home that

    “BOSE IS THE ONLY HOPE FOR SOVIET RUSSIA,”

    The new findings are based on declassified documents in the Russian military archives in Paddolsk, and from the British archives.
    They were discovered by three researchers-Purabi Ray, Hari Vasudevan and Shobanlal Dutta Gupta-working on the history of communist movement in India.
    The plot has thickened even deeper with the admission by these researchers that they have been receiving THREATENING CALLS FROM UNIDENTIFIED PERSONS ASKING THEM TO SUSPEND ALL FURTHER INQUIRIES AND END THE GOVERNMENT-FUNDED RESERCH.

    Fear for security led the work on the project to be stopped shortly, around the middle of 2000. For Details:

    http://www.swordoftruth.c…/shamolimitra/tmbnd.html

    Why Mukherjee Commission Report rejected?
    Congress does not want the nation to know Jawaharlal Nehru’s actions and role in betraying Netaji. The previous two Commissions: Shah Nawaz Committee and the Khosla Commission were appointed by the Congress government.

    For bringing truth BJP let NDA Govt. appointed Mukherjee Commission.

    “I saw Netaji alive after his alleged plane crash” is disclosed by Capt Abbas Ali, an old INA freedom fighter. “It was ‘unbelievable’ that Netaji died in an air crash” said by Suresh Chandra Bose elder brother of Subhash C.Bose.

    Basically Mukherjee commission’s findings are the following:
    (1). Netaji did not die in the August 1945 Taipei plane crash as reported.
    (2) The ashes at Tokyo’s Renkoji temple are not his.
    (3) The story of the crash was a trick to help him escape, and the Japanese and Taiwanese governments knew about it.
    (4) The Indian government suppressed a report by the Taiwanese government which stated this in 1956
    (5) Netaji is now dead.

    http://india97780.yuku.com/topic/1486#.Ukbusyy-Mxk

    • asit guin
      September 30, 2013 at 9:22 AM

      British documents show that during last days of WW II, Viceroy Wavell did not want Netaji brought to India as a prisoner. British preferred for dealing with him ‘on the spot’. Bose was stimulating a post-war upsurge against British. He thought that India’s partition was inevitable if British were allowed to “transfer power”. Bose’s aim in 1945 was not just to escape the British pursuit. He had foreknowledge of Japan’s decision to capitulate. In the spring of 1945, he wanted to lead a challenge against the forces of Allies. He wanted to court death in battle. He thought that, after Aung San of Burma switched over to British side at the last moment, the INA needed to set an example of patriotic bravery. He was dissuaded from this course because two divisions of the INA were still intact and he thought of a new role for this patriotic force in the postwar situation. Unlike other leaders of the Japan-occupied Southeast Asian countries, he, at one stage, thought of staying with INA troops in Singapore to await the arrival of the Mountbatten-led British Indian occupation force. This course was abandoned on August 14, 1945, on the advice of members of AH govt. On Aug 14, 1945, some information was brought to him from Thailand. This information led him to abandon the plan that INA should await the capture of Singapore by the British. There is no record of the information that caused the AH govt to ask Netaji to fly to Tokyo for final consultations with Jap govt. Netaji had been forewarned of British preference for dealing with him “on the spot”? Did he fear that he would not be taken to India as a prisoner? He knew of the existence of the Allies’ spies in INA and behind the Japanese lines. As the war drew to a close, important people changed sides. They acted on the Allies’ directives. Even in Japan there were people who wanted to please the victors. They were ready to pay price new masters demanded. The British Foreign Office had ordered the assassination of Netaji in 1941, just after he made his “grand escape”. But his decision to change route and reach Germany via Russia had scuttled their plan. Eunan O’Halpin of Trinity College, Dublin, made this claim at Netaji Research Bureau. O’Halpin said the British Special Operation Executive (SOE) (formed in 1940 to carry out sabotage activities) informed its representatives in Istanbul and Cairo that Bose was thought to be travelling from Afghanistan to Germany via Iran, Iraq and Turkey. They were asked to arrange his assassination. O’Halpin handed over relevant documents to Krishna Bose. On June 13, 1941, the British SOE confirmed to Istanbul that the assassination order still stood. After Japan surrendered again scope came for British to utilize Japan against Netaji. So, British must have utilized this new opportunity and assassinated him in secret.

  11. ravi
    September 28, 2013 at 8:51 PM

    @karan
    it is of course, historically known that Stalin neither met Nehru nor his ambassadoress Vijaylakshmi Pandit, despite the best efforts of lobbyists such as Krishna Menon.
    http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/specials/netaji/russia.htm

    • nitha
      September 29, 2013 at 8:00 PM

      “The Soviet Union cannot possibly work with either Nehru or Gandhi”, and that the communist movement in India “is in a disarray.”
      “Bose is the only hope for Soviet Russia. (a plans for the communist movement in India vis-a-vis Bose)”
      (Report by a Soviet field agent to Stalin, V.G. Sayadyants, stationed in India, in 1946}

  12. karan
    September 28, 2013 at 8:41 PM

    A book by India expert, AV Raikov, Subhas Chandra Bose and Soviet Russia, had an interesting foreword by Leonid Mitrokhin .
    He wrote: “Glasnost has erased much of the USSR’s shame and helped restructure her relations with other countries. Scholars of the USSR are trying to take a relook at Subhas Chandra Bose.”
    The same Leonid Mitrokhin had once tried to dissuade from investigating the truth.
    He had said the “TRUTH WOULD HURT INDO-RUSSIAN RELATIONS”.
    Why did such an avowed crusader for the truth take this curious stand.
    Unfortunately, Mitrokhin died with his secret in 2002.

    PROBABLY SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE DIED IN PRISON OF STALIN .

    http://www.missionnetaji.org/article/russian-connection

    • asit guin
      September 28, 2013 at 9:42 PM

      Japan sold Netaji and Netaji-dummy to British;
      In WW-I, Japan was an ally of British. Before WW-II, Japan-US trade war and political war started, this led to actual war between US and Japan. So British became an enemy to Japan by diplomatic manipulation as US – British alliance was there. After WW-II, Japan revived their old connection with British via spies. Japanese and British spies were enough linked before WW-II. Japanese spies agreed to eliminate Netaji. Motive was to appease the British and purchase security for Japan royal family. Thus, Japan sold Netaji to British and British eliminated him. The false news of air crash was Japan’s fabrication. In any controversial case, liar is to be suspected first.
      Netaji’s plan to start second independence war with the help of USSR was known to Japan. There was enough scope for British and Japanese spies to develop a common minimum program against pro-communist agenda of Netaji. Why should Japanese imperialism agree to patronize emergence of independent India as a permanent communist ally? Is it not more logical to fulfill British condition and purchase favor? Why Japan royal family was not tried as a war criminal? What is the mystery behind this favor?
      There is another point about gumnami baba. Who was he? Gumnami baba was a dummy created as a part of common minimum program of Japanese imperialism and British imperialism. In axis camp, creation of dummy by plastic surgery was a common practice. Hitler and Mussolini were having number of dummies. Japan sold Netaji-dummy to British. British deputed this dummy at faizabad of Uttar Pradesh, with a purpose to create confusion that as if Netaji’s death or life is doubtful. The confusion prevented the nation to be doubtful about role of Japan or British. So gumnami baba of faizabad is a common creation of Japanese spies and British spies. Never had he told the truth. If he had told anything, that must be lie. In a controversial case, liar is to be suspected. So, Japan sold Netaji to British and British executed him in secret. Japan sold Netaji-dummy to British and British deputed him at faizabad of Uttar-Pradesh. Japan surrendered to US-UK side on 15th august 1945. Netaji’s last flight was on 18th august 1945. A surrendered Japan was no longer an ally of azad hind. They worked as per their new mentors, the British.

    • ravi
      September 29, 2013 at 7:55 PM

      @karan
      As reported in every newspaper at that time(1970’s), daughter of Stalin Swetlana said in Delhi that Netaji was in Siberia’s YARKUTASK JAIL WITH BARRACK NO. But since no initiative was taken by India Government that time,
      Why???

      • nitha
        September 29, 2013 at 8:03 PM

        In 1963, while in hospital for the removal of her tonsils, SWETLANA (DAUGHTER OF STALIN) met BRAJESH SINGH, an Indian Communist visiting Moscow. The two fell in love. BRAJESH SINGH was mild-mannered and highly educated but gravely ill with bronchiectasis and emphysema. The relationship grew deeper and stronger still while the couple were recuperating in Sochi beside the Black Sea. BRAJESH SINGH returned to Moscow in 1965 to work as a translator, but BRAJESH SINGH and SWETLANA were not allowed to marry. The following year, 1966, BRAJESH SINGH died. SWETLANA was allowed to travel to India to take his ashes to his family to pour into the Ganges. SWETLANA stayed in the family home in Kalakankar on the banks of the Ganges for three months and became immersed in local customs, leading to her abandonment of atheism. In an interview on 26 April 1967, SWETLANA referred to BRAJESH SINGH as her husband but also stated that they were never allowed to marry officially.

  13. asit guin
    September 28, 2013 at 3:27 PM

    Japan sold Netaji and Netaji-dummy to British;
    In WW-I, Japan was an ally of British. Before WW-II, Japan-US trade war and political war started, this led to actual war between US and Japan. So British became an enemy to Japan by diplomatic manipulation as US – British alliance was there. After WW-II, Japan revived their old connection with British via spies. Japanese and British spies were enough linked before WW-II. Japanese spies agreed to eliminate Netaji. Motive was to appease the British and purchase security for Japan royal family. Thus, Japan sold Netaji to British and British eliminated him. The false news of air crash was Japan’s fabrication. In any controversial case, liar is to be suspected first.
    Netaji’s plan to start second independence war with the help of USSR was known to Japan. There was enough scope for British and Japanese spies to develop a common minimum program against pro-communist agenda of Netaji. Why should Japanese imperialism agree to patronize emergence of independent India as a permanent communist ally? Is it not more logical to fulfill British condition and purchase favor? Why Japan royal family was not tried as a war criminal? What is the mystery behind this favor?
    There is another point about gumnami baba. Who was he? Gumnami baba was a dummy created as a part of common minimum program of Japanese imperialism and British imperialism. In axis camp, creation of dummy by plastic surgery was a common practice. Hitler and Mussolini were having number of dummies. Japan sold Netaji-dummy to British. British deputed this dummy at faizabad of Uttar Pradesh, with a purpose to create confusion that as if Netaji’s death or life is doubtful. The confusion prevented the nation to be doubtful about role of Japan or British. So gumnami baba of faizabad is a common creation of Japanese spies and British spies. Never had he told the truth. If he had told anything, that must be lie. In a controversial case, liar is to be suspected. So, Japan sold Netaji to British and British executed him in secret. Japan sold Netaji-dummy to British and British deputed him at faizabad of Uttar-Pradesh. Japan surrendered to US-UK side on 15th august 1945. Netaji’s last flight was on 18th august 1945. A surrendered Japan was no longer an ally of azad hind. They worked as per their new mentors, the British…

  14. asit guin
    September 28, 2013 at 3:24 PM

    Japan sold Netaji and Netaji-dummy to British;
    In WW-I, Japan was an ally of British. Before WW-II, Japan-US trade war and political war started, this led to actual war between US and Japan. So British became an enemy to Japan by diplomatic manipulation as US – British alliance was there. After WW-II, Japan revived their old connection with British via spies. Japanese and British spies were enough linked before WW-II. Japanese spies agreed to eliminate Netaji. Motive was to appease the British and purchase security for Japan royal family. Thus, Japan sold Netaji to British and British eliminated him. The false news of air crash was Japan’s fabrication. In any controversial case, liar is to be suspected first.
    Netaji’s plan to start second independence war with the help of USSR was known to Japan. There was enough scope for British and Japanese spies to develop a common minimum program against pro-communist agenda of Netaji. Why should Japanese imperialism agree to patronize emergence of independent India as a permanent communist ally? Is it not more logical to fulfill British condition and purchase favor? Why Japan royal family was not tried as a war criminal? What is the mystery behind this favor?
    There is another point about gumnami baba. Who was he? Gumnami baba was a dummy created as a part of common minimum program of Japanese imperialism and British imperialism. In axis camp, creation of dummy by plastic surgery was a common practice. Hitler and Mussolini were having number of dummies. Japan sold Netaji-dummy to British. British deputed this dummy at faizabad of Uttar Pradesh, with a purpose to create confusion that as if Netaji’s death or life is doubtful. The confusion prevented the nation to be doubtful about role of Japan or British. So gumnami baba of faizabad is a common creation of Japanese spies and British spies. Never had he told the truth. If he had told anything, that must be lie. In a controversial case, liar is to be suspected. So, Japan sold Netaji to British and British executed him in secret. Japan sold Netaji-dummy to British and British deputed him at faizabad of Uttar-Pradesh. Japan surrendered to US-UK side on 15th august 1945. Netaji’s last flight was on 18th august 1945. A surrendered Japan was no longer an ally of azad hind. They worked as per their new mentors, the British.

  15. Himanshu,UTKAL/Odisha
    July 24, 2013 at 4:44 AM

    NETAJI WAS REAL FIGHTER FOR INDIA AND PROUD SON OF ODISHA.

  16. Indian
    February 28, 2013 at 6:50 AM

    Only a non-Congress Government will unearthen the truth of our history. I and my fellow Indians were been fooled by the History books about Netaji dying in Plance Crash. It seems Netaji is a true liberater of India from the Racist Britishers and not Ghandhi or Nehru. And it is no surprise that true patriots are used and cheated by politicians in India. Congress can betray its own people, they can destroy a truth. It will emerge one day and that day will change the history of India and the world.

  17. Bharat
    November 4, 2012 at 12:46 PM

    All those who went to solve Netaji mystery please join Mr Anuj Dhar ( http://www.facebook.com/anujdhar) . This mystery can be solved only if Govt declassifies secret files it has , let all Netaji fan gather at one place and speak in one voice . If are scattered and shouting than also no one will hear us. If are together than even our whispers would threaten those hiding truth,
    JAI HIND

  18. September 17, 2012 at 10:48 PM

    nehru always considered Netaji a dangerous opponent and it id no surprise that he played an active role in this heinous CONSPIRACY

  19. Kamal
    August 22, 2012 at 4:15 PM

    Netaji (a real father of nation) was sidelined for political reasons and was helpless in his last days. The people who never even sweat for India’s freedom become the leaders of free India and enjoyed the life. Let the holy soul of great Nataji forgive the “________” and rest in peace…..

    • Kamal Laha
      March 15, 2014 at 2:46 PM

      Thank you

  20. ASIT GUIN
    January 5, 2012 at 6:46 PM

    Japan agreed to eliminate Netaji;
    In WW-I, Japan was an ally of British. Before WW-II, Japan-US trade war and political war started, this led to actual war between US and Japan. So British became an enemy to Japan by diplomatic manipulation as US – British alliance was there. After WW-II, Japan revived their old connection with British via spies. Japanese and British spies were enough linked before WW-II. Japanese spies agreed to eliminate Netaji. Motive was to appease the British and purchase security for Japan royal family. Thus, Japan sold Netaji to British and British eliminated him. The false news of air crash was Japan’s fabrication. In any controversial case, liar is to be suspected first.
    Netaji’s plan to start second independence war with the help of USSR was known to Japan. There was enough scope for British and Japanese spies to develop a common minimum program against pro-communist agenda of Netaji. Why should Japanese imperialism agree to patronize emergence of independent India as a permanent communist ally? Is it not more logical to fulfill British condition and purchase favor? Why Japan royal family was not tried as a war criminal? What is the mystery behind this favor?

  21. AG
    October 19, 2011 at 6:00 PM

    I highly believe few of our grand old leaders know the secret. One such is Mr. Pranab Mukherjee. Mr. Pranab is associated with Congress for last 40 years and around 25 years in various departments of strategic importance…

  22. September 8, 2011 at 10:31 PM

    Seems that Indians are not proud of their history and real heros. They have too many false heroes. They seem to be shy to discuss truths. So many history books used in Indian schools distort facts and accounts. I meet many educated Indians and they have very little clue of their real history but may have a degree in rocket science. What are Indians and Indian governments afraid of. This leads me to the question who has been and is in the Indian government?

  23. rajib
    August 25, 2009 at 5:21 PM

    we know the truth is here in our country,so friends are we awaiting a second subash bose to come and lead us ?lets make a forum and put the request to the Govt. ,we have done it earlier right!!!

  24. D. Laha
    June 15, 2009 at 1:46 PM

    If the truths of netaji’s death is revealed there will not be any riots in india which according to Indira Gandhi would have happened. By the constitution of india we have the right to to know all informations on netaji,since it is inconfidential. How did he die? Every person in India knows that the Indian goverment knew & still now knows what happened to one of the greatest hero of India. He was a follower Indias pride Swami Vivekananda.
    Since Bose always looked for the interests of Indian people
    selflessly the people who betrayed him & still wants to keep us in dark about him will never be forgiven by the eternal power the “ALMIGHTY”.

  25. November 29, 2008 at 11:57 AM

    Dear Mr. Attlee:

    I understand from a reliable source that Subhas Chandra Bose, your war criminal, has been allowed to enter Russian territory by Stalin. This is a clear treachery and betrayal of faith by the Russians. As Russia has been an ally of the British-Americans, it should not have been done. Please take note of it and do what you consider proper and fit.

    Yours sincerely,
    Jawaharlal Neh

  26. November 29, 2008 at 11:55 AM

    Shyamlal jain, the confidential steno of the INA Defense Committee, in the course of his deposition, made a shocking revelation about Nehru’s attitude toward Netaji,”Later Nehru asked me to type a letter on his letterhead. Mr.Nehru addressed that letter to Mr.Clamment Attlee the then PM of Britain, in which Mr.Attlee was informed about the contents of that hand written note regarding Mr.Subhash entry into Russian territory.

    “I solemnly affirm and state on oath that thereafter Shri Jawaharlal Nehru gave me four papers from his writing pad to make four copies of a letter, which he would dictate to me on typewriter, which I also complied. The contents of the letter, as far as I could remember, were as follows
    The proof of betrayal, If still Nehru is considered savior of India Than what can one say? Ajmer Singh Randhawa

  27. November 24, 2008 at 7:20 PM

    Sir, i want to tell all the readers that Subhash ji was alive. Many documentary evidenses are available. Moreover how and where he died? What was govt. role at his funeral? A full guard of honor was given to him with 21 gun salutes. For more details please visit my blog http://deathofsubhashbose.blogspot.com Or mail me at ajmer.singh@rocketmail.com All the detailed information as a true story with my experiense is available.AJMER SINGH RANDHAWA

  28. Soumya
    September 11, 2008 at 11:48 AM

    Jawaharlal Nehru was behind the murder of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose….I dont know why people respect that bustard(Nehru) from our independence…

  29. April 29, 2007 at 6:06 PM

    A billion Indians watch indifferently as a 60-year- old battle for truth is smothered. Injustice has a new and most unlikely symbol. But then, there’s hope…

    http://justiceforsubhas.blogspot.com/

  30. Pankaj
    March 13, 2007 at 6:31 PM

    The whole confusion is appalling. In an age of free press and internet, we are still struggling to establish a simple fact – whether on that day a plan crashed in taiwan or not. It appears to be a simple matter, but it seems that the inaction or the hypothetical subversion of facts by the Kins of our beloved “CHACHA” Nehru, is deliberate, clearly indicative of some wrong doing by someone. Otherwise there is no reason why the mystery of one of the greatest Hero’s of India is still that, a Mystery. Theres a lot to think about, and hope that our leaders wake up to the fact of being Indians who are being ruled by Indians, and not anybody else.

  31. Kuldeep Chakraborty
    February 20, 2007 at 4:43 PM

    Netaji is our Hero.The malice conspicious against Netaji by Neheru and Gandhiji will not last foever.I believe people will be awake on this matter and Central Government will have to publish every secret matter on this to the public.Netaji is our Father,Son of India.He was the real freedom fighter of our country.Why such type of conspicious against Him?

  32. abir
    December 4, 2006 at 7:10 PM

    lol @ VISHAL

    wow,uncreative hindustani,trying to be a yankee..lol!!!now,go drink ur local moonshine,n whistle dixy with ur menka chik;-)

  33. vishal
    September 18, 2006 at 2:20 AM

    Dude,
    I loved your fictional story. How about writing a fiction with menka and shakespeare. Shaspeare singing “nach meree bulbul” for menka. Nice idea right?
    Vishal

  34. Samiran Mazumder
    August 23, 2006 at 4:33 PM

    Netaji A fogotten hero———–

    Undoubtedly the nation does not give any heed to the greatest son of the nation who not only sacrificed his life for the countrymen but has been hushed up so that he could not come out and get recognition for his contribution towards the country.Hands off to the enunch congress leaders who not only vanishe dhim from the history but also swindled the nation of not disclosing that he is alive till a few years after the so called crash which was well fabricated story of the Japanes officials.Thank you! Nehru for giving the suitable honour to this great leader.Perhaps the history will remember it’s notch as it cannot forget but recrord the every steps of functioning.

  35. RAJARSHI
    May 18, 2006 at 11:24 PM

    IT HAS BEEN REVEALED, AND AS THE ISSUE IS BEING RAISED IN THE NEWS NOW..I WOULD LIKE TO ADD UP THAT– ISN’T IT NECESSARY ,THAT THE SECRET SABOURTAGE OF NEHRU AGAINST NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE SHOULD BE BROUGHT IN THE FOREFRONT ? RECENTLY,THE MUKHERJEE COMMISSION REPORT WAS AGAIN FURNISHED, WHICH CLEARLY GAVE THE TRUTHS AND FACTS THAT THERE WAS NO RECORD OF ANY EVIDENCE AS SUCH ,OF ANY PLANE-CRASH ON THAT DAY IN TAIWAN. NEHRU WAS A LIER,AND EVEN IF ITS TOO LATE NOW, STILL IT IS NECESSARY TO TEAR DOWN HIS MASK OF A VERY GOOD INDIAN PRIME MINISTER- “THE FIRST ONE”.NEHRU LIED TO THE NATION AFTER CONSPIRING NETAJI TO DEATH..—( it is heard now, that Netaji was taken to USSR,Russia now,and was slow poisoned to death,making him live in a dark chambre,and killing him slowly for years in secret).THE MORE WE KNOW,THE BETTER WIL IT BE.AND NOW RECENTLY,THE PARLIAMENT(GOVT) REJECTED THE “MUKHERJEE COMMISSION REPORT AGAIN”- STATING IT AS MERE SURMISE, EVEN AFTER THE FACT THAT EVIDENCES ARE CLEAR AGAINST THE STORY OF PLANE-CRASH WHICH ALL OF US KNOW..
    IT IS NECESSARY TO KNOW THE TRUTH, AND HOPE EVRYBODY UNDERSTANDS THE TRUE STORY …OF THE DEATH OF OUR GREATEST HERO,EVER BORN IN INDIA.
    ITS INDIA’S DUTY TO REVEAL THE SECRET.

  36. March 18, 2006 at 12:07 AM

    http://www.missionnetaji.org has very good stuff on all this .
    Hindustan times also have a good websitefor this
    http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/specials/Netaji/netajihomepage.shtml

    NEHRU lied to nation.

  37. Chaitanya Nabar
    February 1, 2006 at 1:54 AM

    Please check out http://www.indiansforaction.com/ and the Yahoo group at netajisubhash@yahoogroups.com

    Thanks

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