Since the time that the West Bengal government released the top mystery documents divulging with Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the open deliberation over the veteran freedom fighter’s strange death has strengthened further. Researcher and author of ‘India’s Biggest Cover-up’, Anuj Dhar has approach with another hypothesis that Bose may have stayed in China around 1949. Dhar has likewise said Netaji’s China association in his up and coming book ‘What Happened to Netaji?’.
As per a report Netaji’s sibling, Sarat Chandra had run a story in his daily paper ‘The Nation’ with a headline ‘Netaji in Red China’ in 1949. The article said that then Nehru government has particular data that Bose was in Red China of Mao Tse-tung. In a recent interview, Dhar focused on that reality about Netaji lies in Faizabad district, Uttar Pradesh. The second essential part is the Chinese point Dhar told is he have been stating this the whole time and the records propose that he may have been in China in 1948. This basically negates the hypothesis that he passed on in Russia in the year 1945.
The researchers likewise criticized the then Congress government and said previous Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was expert at snooping. Adding to the Netaji passing puzzle, West Bengal Chief Minister a week ago said that a few letters in the declassified documents indicate that Bose was alive even after 1945. The Trinamool Congress leaders remarks came after sixty-four mystery records relating with Netaji that could assist toss with lighting on his mysterious vanishing, a continuing riddle for seven decades. On August 22, 1945, Tokyo Radio declared the ‘Death’ of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in an
air crash in Formosa (now Taiwan) on August 18, 1945, in transit to Japan. In his month to month radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Modi said he would have more than 50 Bose relatives at his residence in coming month.