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Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Truth behind Subhas Chandra Bose's death

Truth behind Subhas Chandra Bose's death: Why we need a closure
It's more than 70 years and so many questions still remain unanswered.

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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose has found an enduring place in the hearts and minds of his people. It is now seventy-two years since Netaji disappeared. it is alleged that he died in an air crash in Taipei (then Formosa) on August 18, 1945. But questions remain.

On August 16, 1945, the Japanese who had been Netaji’s allies in South-East Asia during the Second World War and had supported him to form and arm the Indian National Army to fight the British on their eastern front, were escorting Netaji to safety. The Second World War was effectively over by then with the defeat of Nazi Germany in May 1945, and the surrender of Japan on August 15, 1945, following the dropping of the atom bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August  6 and 9, 1945.

The mystery surrounding what really happened to Netaji after August 18, 1945, continues to challenge us despite three official inquiries. The official Japanese report of the incident is that there was indeed an air crash on August 18, 1945 and Netaji died as a result of third degree burns that he sustained when the said military aircraft caught fire on hitting the ground from a height of about a hundred feet as reported by Habib-ur Rahman and other so-called eye-witnesses.

Some passengers, including Habib-ur Rahman, survived. It is indeed possible for passengers to survive if an aircraft comes down from a height of about 100 feet. Unfortunately Netaji according to the Japanese report, was alive after the crash, but he succumbed to the serious burns that he suffered in escaping from the burning aircraft.

There have been to date three official inquiries into the so-called disappearance of Netaji. According to the first two – the Shah Nawaz Committee (1956) and the Khosla Commission (1970), Netaji had died in the alleged air crash on August 18, 1945. According to the findings of the third inquiry namely, the Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry (2006), there was no plane crash and therefore Netaji could not have died in the alleged plane crash.

You must all be aware of the decision taken by Prime Minster Narendra Modi last year to declassify all files relating to Netaji in the custody of the government of India and release them to the public domain. PM Modi, true to his promise made to the Bose family and the people of India, released all the said files on January 23, 2016. The national archives of India has been given the responsibility to digitalise all the files and place them on their website. they have been doing so almost every month since last year. Anyone interested to access these files can go to

I will come back to the topic of the current status of declassification of Netaji files and the surrounding controversies after I have spoken to you about Netaji – the man.

Among the pantheon of leaders that we have seen over 100 years of India’s struggle for independence, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose stands out. With the passing of years, the charisma and the magnetism of Netaji have not faded, but grown and spread especially among the younger generations.

What is heartening is that Netaji has found a permanent place in the imagination of the people despite active efforts on the part of various Congress regimes to erase the man and his role from the historical record. School textbooks include at best a brief and cursory mention of the role Netaji played in the struggle for independence.

It is time for us to rectify such distortions of history. We need to fully document the impact of the Indian National Army, the first and only revolutionary army of India which led the final assault on the British Empire from the eastern front.

The profound impact that the trial of the INA officers had on the British Indian armed forces and the revolutionary fervour that it unleashed is hardly known. Our current historians have ignored such facts of history. In fact, foreign scholars have done more in this regard. For example, Joyce Lebra, an American scholar, in her book The Indian National Army and Japan writes – "Despite the military defeat of Japan and with it the INA, popular support for the INA ultimately helped precipitate British withdrawal from India."


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