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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Mystery of disappearance after declassification of Netaji files....

By on Sunday, January 24, 2016


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the whole story on disappearance of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on the occasion of 119 th birth anniversary, declassified the files of 16600 pages which is the part of 100 secret files on Saturday.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose had died in a plane crash in Taipei on 18 Th august 1945. The information made public in a cabinet note after 50 years on the controversy of the mysterious disappearance of Netaji.
According to the information, the top official during British rule after the 5 days of plane crash had assessed gain and loss of the war crime trial against Netaji. The officer had suggested that it would be most easy way that wherever was he; he should be free and should not be the demand of his release. The statement indicates that he might be then alive.
The documents which have been made public were signed by the then home secretary Padmanabhaiah on a cabinet note of 6 th February 1995. The documents reveal, “There is no chance to doubt on his death in a plane crash at Taihoku on 18 th August 1945. The government of India has ratified this concept. There is no evidence to reject this statement.”

The note further reveals, “No matter some people or organization opined differ; it seems that they all instead of any argument are induced more emotional. Such people are agreed that Netaji is alive; not in contact of others; and he will appear on need for. The statement has lost its prevalence.” The note had been prepared for the government so that it could carry to India the bones of Netaji from Japan. The bones of Netaji were placed in Bose academy in Tokyo.
The chief minister of Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, reacted on event demanded that Netaji should be felicitated to 'National Leader. He said, “The country has the right to know about the mysterious disappearance truth. Neta ji had left country 75 years ago, but we all do not know the facts about his disappearance. The people have the right to know the truth.”
The congress in Delhi has demanded to make all the files related with Bose public; but said that the way Prime Minister adopted to make it public has created doubted the PM intention. Mr anand Sharma said, “Congress has already said and will say: that all the files regarding Neta ji must be made public; there may be some dispute; and mischievously."



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