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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose survived even after plane crash

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose survived even after plane crash
New Delhi: Did Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose survived even after the plane crash in 1945 at Taipai? Governments after Government did not spoke decisively on it. Now one more revelation says that Netaji might have lived after the Plane crash.

Yes, Files related to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, which were declassified by the Narendra Modi government on Tuesday, 29th Mach 2016 have suggested that Netaji might have survived the plane crash in 1945.

According to the declassified files, Netaji is believed to have made three radio broadcasts after August 18, 1945, when a plane crash is believed to have killed Bose.

Reports said that the monitoring service of the Governor House in Bengal had picked up the broadcasts made by Netaji.

The first of the three broadcasts was reportedly made on December 26, 1945, while the second and the third broadcasts were made in January 1946 and February 1946 respectively.

During the first broadcast, Netaji had claimed to be under the "shelter of great world powers". He had also vowed to return to India "on the crest of the third world war".
On January 1, 1946, in the second broadcast, Netaji had called for getting freedom "within two years". He had also said that "India will not be free by the means of non violence".

What Exactly Netaji Told in there three Broadcasts?

The first broadcast, supposedly by Bose, was on December 26, 1945.

"I am at present under the shelter of great World powers. My heart is burning for India. I will go to India on the crest of a Third World War. It may come in ten years or even earlier. Then I will sit on judgment upon those trying my men at the Red Fort," 

The second broadcast was on January 1, 1946.
"We must get freedom within two years. The British imperialism has broken down and it must concede independence to India. India will not be free by means of 'non-violence'. But I am quite respectful to Mahatma Gandhi."

The third broadcast was in February 1946.
"This is Subhas Chandra Bose speaking, Jai Hind. This is the third time I am addressing my Indian brothers and sisters after Japan's surrender... The PM of England is going to send Mr Pethick Lawrence and two other members with no object in view other than let the British imperialism a permanent settlement by all means to suck the blood of India."

These broadcasts were referred in one file in particular, File No 870/11/p/16/92/Pol, contains the content of these broadcasts, supposedly from Netaji.

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