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Findings on Netaji

New Findings on Netaji
by Professor (Dr) Purabi Roy

The following paper is reproduced with the permission of the author.--

Also see: Dr Roy's affidavit before Mukherjee Commission & Homepage of this site

Subhas Chandra Bose stood at the heart of the Indian national Freedom
Movement and remains its representative figure. He was an outstanding
personality and also a supreme popular leader. His genius lay in
understanding that among the people was a profound revolutionary spirit
which only waited to be called upon to ensure victory. He was very
conscious of the nature of bargain with the British, his uncompromising
attitude made him "number one enemy".

In 1921 Subhas Chandra Bose returned to India from England resigning from his princely career. After resigning his post in the Indian Civil Service, Subhas threw himself heart and soul under the lead and guide of Chittaranjan Das. Politics of C.R.Das was the mature expression of that political idealism which was …

Netaji Survives Plane Crash Propaganda

Report on the Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry on the alleged
disappearance of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

The controversy over the death of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose surfaced after the
announcement from Tokyo on August 23, 1945 that Netaji died in a plane crash on
August 18, 1945. Circumstances concerning the departure of Netaji from Bangkok
about the August 16, 1945 remain unexplained.

Following Calcutta High Court order and the resolution of West Bengal Assembly,
Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry on the alleged disappearance of Netaji
Subhash Chandra Bose went in to the questions such as:

a. Whether Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose is dead or alive;
b. If he is dead, did he die in the plane crash, as alleged;
c. Whether the ashes in the Japanese temple are ashes of Netaji;
d. Whether he has died in any other manner at any other place and, if so, when
and how;
e. If he is alive, in respect of his whereabouts

Given below are the findings of the Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry