KHUSHI KE GEET GAAYE JAA !!
YE JINDAGI HAI KAUM KI !!
(B) This monk is Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, without any shadow of doubt...Why are we so convinced?
The Governments of India have been playing and will surely play a little longer...After that?
I insisted many times to disclose this, the meanings of this line. What was that pride (the secret pride) he mentioned but every time his reply was that Swamiji was a man of high spirituality though he did not disclose the real identity.
And in the other one, Mr. Usman Patel (Body guard of Subhash Bose),who was denied to appear before the committee by Shahnawaj discloses the conspiracy of Gandhi, Nehru, Maulana Azad and Mohammad Ali Zinnah that whenever Subhash is caught, they will handover him to British Judge for trials.
Netaji' brother believed air crash was an eyewash.
Sarat Bose's grandson Chnadra bose said he had learnt from his father Amiya Nath Bose that his grand father was suspicious about Rahman's statement. Both Chandra Bose and Roma Ray told HT that the wrist watch of Netaji That Rahman handover to Sarat Chnadra Bose deepened his suspicion.
"My grand father got the watch tested at a London laboratory to find the nature of burn marks on it's band (proof that the plain caught fire and Netaji suffered third degree burns). Tha lab ruled the burn marks were caused by acid. Sarat Bose was then convinced his brother had deliberately spread the news of his death." Chandra Bose said.
One last important thing, President of
EYE WITNESS ACCOUNT ON CREMATION OF NETA JI AT RISHIKESH ON 19TH APRIL 1977 BY A TOURIST WHO ARRIVED THEIR BY CHANCE, HE SENT THIS REPORT AND PICTURES TO ME IN AUGUST 2012.
As we approached the town, we saw a big funeral pyre ready for cremation on the stony banks of the
Driven by curiosity, we got nearer and a few of the people standing around soon hurried to ask us if we were journalists and wondered how come we had heard of this event. We made it clear that we were just tourists. Then, when they saw our cameras, they were very eager that we should take photographs, for we were about to witness an event of historical relevance to
Next to the pyre there was a big wooden box full of sawdust and ice. The corpse of a dark skinned old man had already been placed on top of the pyre. Someone who seemed to be the most important man amongst those gathered there introduced himself as Suresh Padhye and gave us his address in Amravat, in
Creamation of Neta ji at Triveni Ghat, Rishikesh, Dehra Dun, 19-04-1977.
It was the corpse of Chandra Bose, founder of INA (he told us briefly about the INA, of which we knew nothing), who had died a few months earlier somewhere on the Indian Himalayas, where he had lived in hiding and meditation. The Indian authorities had refused to give permission for a
public cremation for fear of revolt and demonstrations, mainly on account of the upcoming elections at the time. Later, once the elections were over, permission was granted on condition that it was carried out privately and under police surveillance. The corpse had been kept in sawdust and ice for those months. When we got nearer to take some photos, as requested, we could truly notice the very strong smell. They insisted on having photos taken of the corpse’s prominent forehead, because that seemed to be one of his outstanding features.
In a moment, the cremation followed its course and the skull could be seen; one of those gathered there bathed in the river following the ritual. Then he cracked the skull with a long cane he had dipped in the
This is an account of what we saw and wrote down in our travelling diary that day.
That was 1977, as we already mentioned. In those days we didn’t know who to tell about it. Now, we have entered the web and clicked on Chandra Bose out of curiosity, where we have been surprised at the vast number of items on his person and mysterious disappearance, the air crash in Taipeh and so on.
On reading about the existence of the MUCKHERJEE COMMISSION for the research into the end of Netaji Chandra Bose, we have decided to let you know about our experience concerning that cremation. We keep the photographs taken there, which may be interesting for your research.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Sh. A. S. Randhawa………(spokesperson) Phone no. 0091-9818610698.
http://subhashji.blogspot.com/ (In Hindi language)
http://legendsubhash.blogspot.com/ (My witness only)
http://subhash-jaihind.blogspot.com/ (In Bangla language)