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The Greatest Revolutionary of the World & Most Deserving Bharat Ratna Lost in Oblivion

The Greatest Revolutionary of the World & Most Deserving Bharat Ratna Lost in Oblivion

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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose
– The Greatest RevolutionaryFreedom Fighter of the World and Most deserving Bharat Ratna lost inOblivion,
But HE does not die because HE lives in our Hearts
. Betteryou read and conclude yourself:
“Future generations will read the amazing story of Netaji’s life - his fearless courage, hisvenerable renunciation, his sufferings and sacrifice- with pride and reverence.”But, are weready to re-write the history of India’s freedom? If real story becomes public, many reveredleaders of India would be exposed.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is a name that glitters with glory in the history of freedom movements of the world. He emerged as an outstanding leader, not of a nation or two but of the whole Asian continent, who first resigned from ICS, the topmost service in India those days; rose to the topmost political position in India (Congress President); then moved from one corner to other in Europe as well as in Asia during the flames of second World War; established a Provisional Government of Free India and built an army of more than 50000 men, then Asian Liberation Army of 7 Lakh, out of nothing, to fight the mighty British Empire and all imperialist powers of the world. There is no parallel leader in the world history who interacted/met and influenced so many top leaders of his period in so many countries; situated in different parts of the world and with diverse ideologies (Gandhi, De Valera, Attlee, Mussolini, Hitler, Tojo, Stalin, Mao, Ho Chi Minh, just to name a few). He enjoyed personal relations with them.
Generations who forget their history, can not make theirfuture.
As per secret British Document of Transfer of Power, it was Netajiwho brought freedom to India and paved way to the freedom of many Asianand African countries. Mao could win Chinese Civil War not because ofStalin's support only but more because of Taolin (Netaji in Manchuria) 'ssupport with Asian Liberation Army of 7 lakh (Mao had only 40,000communist army by then in 1946, as part of Asian Liberation Army underNetaji urf Taolin) and Huge Stockpile of Japanese Arms in remote areas ofManchuria, known to Taolin through his Japanese friends and kept at hisdisposal by USSR. Who was Khilsai Malang in-prisoned in Russian Gulag ofIrkutsk in Cell No 45-46 during November 1946 to September 1949? Whoadvised Mao on National and International issues during October 1949 tillOctober 1954? Who was Chief Advisor to Vietminh in Vietnam War? Why LalBahadur Shastri was murdered after Taskent Accord by giving poison in aglass of milk by Jan Mohammad, a personal servant of T N Kaul,an Ambassador to USSR and a close relative of Nehru-Gandhi family? Whytop Army Generals were going to consult Gumnami Baba in Basti (UP) duringBangla Desh War in 1971? Which Indian representative was secretly presentduring final Paris Peace Accord for Vietnam?
Written Indian and World History does not tell this. They talk ofGandhi, Nehru and Gandhis.
Are Indians really ready to acknowledge the contribution of one of the greatest IndianRevolutionary and Nationalist Freedom fighter of this Century who was subjected to anInternational conspiracy?
Are Indians really interested in knowing the true reason for Independence of India?
Are Indians really ready to change history books on Independence of India?
“The greatest and lasting act of Netaji was that he abolished alldistinctions of caste and class. He was an Indian first and last” -Gandhiji
“India owes more to Subhas Bose than to any other man” -Michael Edwards“He (Subhas) has again escaped, if Subhas Chandra Bosecomes again, we will loose whole of Asia.”
- AmericanSupreme Commander Mc Aurther in Southeast Asia
(after the news of Netaji’s death inplane crash)
Did Netaji die in Plane Crash at Taihaku on 18
August 1945? Then,What happened to him? Where had he gone?
NO WAY as there was no PLANE CRASH
This was confirmed by TaiwanGovernment as early as 1956 to a group of MPs who visited Taiwan to make inquiries in thematter and 
to Mr. Anuj Dhar, the writer of 
in 2003 through an e-mail.
And MUKHERJEE COMMISSION has very categoricallyconcluded the same after confirming it from Taiwan Government that there was no Plane Crashin and around Taiwan during 14
August to 25
October 1945 .
History goes like this:
In November 1944, while in Tokyo, Netaji put forth his alternate plan to Japanese Government that Tokyo shouldact as “go between” and let him (Netaji) approach Soviet Russia saying that 
“After meeting Russian Ambassador (Jacob Malik),
I am in perfect confidence in my success in persuading Russia to help ou Independence Movement and at the same time,
I am sure that I can do something to improve the relation between Japan and Russia and it might reduce the menace Japan is facing from Manchurian side.” 
On 20 November 1944, while in Tokyo, Netaji approached then Soviet Ambassador, JacobMalik, to seek
support of Soviet Government in the freedom struggle of India stating that his activities were not against Soviet Russia. Then He put forth his plan toJapanese Government that Tokyo should act as “go between” and let him (Netaji)approach Soviet Russia:“I am in perfect confidence in my success in persuading Russia to help our Independence Movement and at the same time, I am sure that I can do
something to improve the relation between Japan and Russia and it might reduce themenace Japan is facing from Manchurian side.”
Later Netaji made a secret trip to Russia in December 1944, met Stalin andMolotov and established a center of
Provisional Government of Free India 
at Omask
under its consulate Kato-Kachu.
USSR had allowed a center of Provisional Government 
of Free India at Omsk in spite of being an ally to USA and UK in Second World War 
Ref: (i)WO 203/4673HS/SEAC/591 dated 19.10.1945 Public Records Office, London (ii) File INA 273 Exhibit 242, page-12 
Netaji’s plan of shifting his base to Russian Territory was a well thought move, discussed thoroughly with top Japanese Army Commanders and approved byStalin and Molotov
(then Russian Foreign Minister) in 2
week of August 1945 through Jacob
Malik (then Soviet Ambassador to Japan).
Field Marshal Count Terauchi, Commander-in-Chief Southern Command of JapaneseQuantung Army(starting from Burma, Thiland, China to Manchuria) and close relative of Emperor of Japan – Hirihito,had great respect and affection for Netaji. He instructed General Isoda to help Netaji to reach Russian Occupied Territory in Manchuria on his(Terauchi’s) own responsibility and directed Lt. General Shidei to accompany Netaji.General Shidei, who knew Russian language and Manchurian topography very well, was goingto take command of Quantung Army in order to have a peaceful surrender of Japan to RedArmy.
A secret meeting of Netaji, Col. Habibur Rahman and Japanese Generals Isoda andHachaiya took place behind closed doors in the house of Shri Narain Das, former local chief of IIL, to workout details of the PLAN . The rest of the INA officials were notprivy to the content or subject of that meeting. Netaji’s further plan, to reach Russiathrough Manchuria and declaration of plane crash to be announced later, was decided inthis meeting. It was also decided that General Shidei will look after Netaji up to Dairen. 
In the evening of 17th August 1945 at 5.45 PM, Netaji took leave of his Staff atSaigon Airport and boarded the Japanese Bomber Plane with General Shidei and Col.Habibur Rehman. Plane reached Dalat, Headquarter of Field Marshal Terauchi – theSupreme Commander of Japanese Quantung Army. Thus, Netaji and General Shidei were separated from others. Nobody went to Taihoku, hence there was no Plane  Crash.
(Taiwan Government has confirmed that there was no plane crash on Matsuyama Airport of Taihoku from
14.08.1945 to 25.10.1945.)
On 18
August 1945,
Lt. General Hikosaburo met Russian Major General Shelakor 
to workout peaceful surrender modalities of Japanese Quantung Army of 7 Lakh and safehandover of Netaji.

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