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God forbid this should be true! An Indian Ambassador was allowed to meet Bose -- on the condition that he would not try to speak to him. When the Ambassador wondered about what to do in case Bose wished to speak to him, "he was told that it has been taken care of," A rather ominous bit of hospitality. But when a well-known researcher contacted Mikhael Gorbachev, the former premier evaded a direct answer, and is alleged to have said it was up to both governments Russia and India to solve the issue once and for all. A former head of the Foreign Security Service the old KGB has indicated to a prominent researcher that files in Russian archives do contain detailed information -- but the onus is on the Indian Government to show more interest.
So, don't you think that there was some sort of partisan politics during the Vajpayee era. That's why you haven't heard anything on this matter from their senior leaders, with the notable exception of Dr Murli Manohar Joshi. Coming back to the moot point, the Government took more than 7 months to study the report and did a somersault. They rejected the main finding in a single line and, in a way, asserted that Netaji had died following an air crash in Taipei, and the ashes in Renkoji temple were indeed his.
The nation was not told what new information had come their way in those months warranting them to change their-long standing stance supported by the finding of a commission of inquiry appointed by them following a court order. Lawyers can tell better, but I should think that the Government's action is legally untenable and it would be a travesty of justice to let it prevail.
Anuj Dhar is the author of Back from Dead: Inside the Subhas Bose Mystery [http: Posted 8th July by netaji subhas chandra bose Dynamic Views template. The man who put MHA in a spot [http: Sayantan at the INA memorial in Singapore Let's start with a little quiz.
Which one of the following do you think would be best suited to inquire into Netaji reported death? A Congress MP; 2. A friend of Pt Nehru's, and a biographer of Indira Gandhi to boot; 3. A Supreme Court of India judge. Unless you are one of those khandani Congress backers, chances are you will without hesitation pick option 3. But our honourable Home Minister has gone for 2.
With apologies to Shivraj Patil, this is the dumbed down, lay man's version of the reason why his Ministry rejected Mukherjee Commission's report while favouring that of GD Khosla, a great writer but a lousy investigator of the case.
Coming to the point, Mission Netaji wanted to figure out how did the redoubtable Gopal Das Khosla and Shah Nawaz Khan, elevated to ministerial office after giving his report, reached conclusions that Netaji had died in an air crash in Taipei without checking up with the Taiwan Government.
So, Sayantan Dasgupta filed a petition under the Right to Information Act, seeking copies of all documents exhibited by the first two panels. He was promptly denied the records under 8 1 a of the RTI Act.
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By that the Home Ministry meant that the disclosure would have prejudicially affected sovereignty and integrity of India, relation with foreign states and even lead to incitement of offence. In the first hearing before the CIC in October last year, the Ministry officials said they were not even aware of the exhibits, as unlike the Mukherjee report the earlier reports had not appended any lists of the exhibits. Very suspicious this was, and it bespoke of the bona fides of the gentlemen named above.
Dasgupta furnished a copy of a classified list of documents used as exhibits by the Khosla Commission in the argument session. Click here to download your copy [http: In the next hearing the Home Ministry officials were supposed to come up with these documents, but they came with excuses.
By this time Commissioner Tiwari, a retired Secretary himself, had understood the gist of the matter. Berating the officials, he directed them to "sensitise" the Home Secretary about the matter and take it to the level of Prime Minister.
The Commissioner gave the reasoning: Records on someone's death should not be kept classified for decades Why don't you release all the files to National Archives and let researchers draw conclusions? But when they returned on 26 March , the officials were armed merely with a secret letter from Home Secretary VK Duggal since retired. The letter stated that papers relating to Netaji's death could not disclosed for fear of causing unrest in the country, specially in Bengal.
The lead story in Bengali newspaperBartaman below captured the point. You may also see the Hindu story [http: Obviously for Commissioner Tiwari it was nonsensical, yet again. Giving "a final chance" to the Ministry, he told the officials that "this chapter of secrecy over Netaji-related documents will have to end.
We foresee the following scenario in coming days: Contrary to what most people think, the mention of Subhas Bose death issue increases heart beats on the Raisina Hill. For reasons unknown, almost everyone has made up their mind that there is something horrendous in it.
Try it yourself, and you will know. That is, they may show some "harmless" records but the question of releasing sensitive ones doesn't arise. They may even take a stay order even before the hearing takes place. In an evidently panic reaction, the Ministry refused to oblige, and stated: India's biggest cover up exposed Classic may underline the disinterested approach of the Government.
Destroyed Netaji file: PMO asked to respond in 15 days. India's biggest cover up Exposed. Cut to our times. The Commission was told by Director of the PMO that "the above file was not available as it had been destroyed". The Commission thereafter asked the Director "to intimate to the Commission the subject and contents of the above file and the circumstances under which the said file had been destroyed". The PMO replied: In Mission Netaji picked up threads, and Anuj Dhar requested the Cabinet Secretariat to furnish copies of "all papers concerning the destruction" of this file.
However, notwithstanding the above assertion made by the PMO Director that "records of Cabinet proceedings are kept permanently in Cabinet Secretariat", the Secretariat passed the buck saying the matter "pertains to Prime Minister's Office". Commonsense dictates that such a historically important record should have been preserved for posterity and transferred to National Archives in due course.
Therefore Cabinet Secretariat and PMO should release detailed information and papers on the process of the destruction of the file.
The PMO has also been directed to offer their comments on the appeal within 15 days. Netaji report: Court gives Government more time Centre fighting shy of filing affidavit in opposition. Rudra Jyoti Bhattacharjee. A Writ petition was filed early this year by lawyer Rudra Jyoti Bhattacharjee and eight others before the Court. For those who are wondering what's all this -- in May last year the Government had made public the report of Justice MK Mukherjee.
Attested to it was one-page Action Taken Report prepared by the Ministry of Home Affairs MHA saying that "the Government have examined the Report submitted by the Commission on 8th November, in detail and have not agreed with the finding that - a Netaji did not die in the plane crash; and b The ashes in the Renkoji Temple were not of Netaji.
Since the Commission was set up on an order of the Calcutta High Court, it was but natural that the same court be approached again. So the man who had originally moved the Court, did it again. Lawayer Rudra Jyoti Bhattacharjee pleaded before the Court to set aside the Action Taken Report for it was "totally unacceptable according to settled principle of law".
Rudra and co-petitions, all of whom have been supporting Mission Netaji, stated in the petition that "unless an Order setting aside the impugned Action Taken Report is passed the nation shall be deprived of exact information regarding mysterious disappearance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, which is admittedly a definite matter of public importance". When the case was admitted in February, the Government counsel remarked that the Centre had incurred "unnecessary expenditure" on Mukherjee Commission.
This angered the Acting Chief Justice B Bhattacharya, who retorted that the Government should have objected when the Court had issued order for the formation of the Commission in Justice Bhattacharya gave the Central Government a period of 6 weeks to file their response explaining why they rejected Justice Mukherjee's report. However no response was filed by the Government.
Then, the new Chief Justice gave the Government further time, but still no answer came. Same story was repeated today.
Newspaper article on Subhas Chandra Bose's death and the mystery surrounding it. Flag for inappropriate content. Jump to Page. Dhar was born in a Kashmiri Hindu family, and was brought up in New Delhi. During his time at Hindustan Times , Dhar was involved in a research project on the Bose mystery.
Even after the project was completed, he still carried out independent research on Bose. He currently serves as the founder trustee of Mission Netaji, which carries out research on the mysterious death of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Explore Plus. Indian Writing Books. History and Politics Books. Enter pincode.
Usually delivered in days? Dhar Anuj. English Binding: Hardcover Publisher: Vitasta Publishing Pvt. Ltd ISBN: Skycart 3. This book was greatly appreciated by its readers, and newspapers across the country. About Anuj Dhar Anuj Dhar is a former journalist, independent researcher, and author.
Frequently Bought Together. India's Biggest Cover Up. What Happened To Netaji. Back from the Dead. Add 3 Items to Cart. Rate Product. A profile image two inches-by-two in a school textbook. Round-rimmed spectacles. Khakhi garrison cap. Looking into the far distance. That is the image our minds invoke on hearing the name Subhas Chandra Bose.
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Twice the president of the grand old party of India - the Indian National Congress. The founder of the Forward Bloc.
The civilian who became a general. The first leader of the Azad Hind Government, in ex View 2 comments. It is a matter of gross shame to the whole republic, for those citizens, who at least have a minute sense of nationalism and awareness of their rightful duties towards their motherland that their Liberator, the Head of 1st Government, His Excellency, the true Son of this nation lived rest of his life as a 'Gumnaam' person.
Post 'Transfer of Power', this country still remains the slave of divide and rule policy by which they were victimized over a century ago and still choose to remain so by unila It is a matter of gross shame to the whole republic, for those citizens, who at least have a minute sense of nationalism and awareness of their rightful duties towards their motherland that their Liberator, the Head of 1st Government, His Excellency, the true Son of this nation lived rest of his life as a 'Gumnaam' person.
Post 'Transfer of Power', this country still remains the slave of divide and rule policy by which they were victimized over a century ago and still choose to remain so by unilaterally inflicted propaganda and incomplete and superficial knowledge of the facts! I am extremely thankful to Anuj Dhar for exposing the cover up with solid evidences in the book.
This is the most sensational book I have ever read. Goosebumps - Thats what we Indians get when the topic of discussion is Netaji.
The author has made it a point to write it in a systematic way presenting many "Top Secret" and classified records. The extensive work that is gone into writing of this book is visible right from the start. Hats off to the author for presenting this book in an unbiased manner.
Jun 24, Mahadevan Sreenivasan rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. TL;DR If you want to read an objective account of Netaji's suspicious disappearance after , then this book is not for you. If you are okay to read with a pair of saffron tinted glasses, proceed below. I have mixed feelings about this book. When I started out, I was very optimistic about the way the author started unraveling the mystery with actual citations from Government declassified records about Bose.
And that is the best thing I liked about this book. I am fully convinced by the fi TL;DR If you want to read an objective account of Netaji's suspicious disappearance after , then this book is not for you. I am fully convinced by the findings of the Mukherjee commission that Netaji never died in the air crash in Taihoku.
The thing I absolutely hated about this book is the author's constant attempt to push his political agenda wherever possible. Before a plot is set, he starts out portraying the characters either black or white. For e. Nehru and co are undermined at every possible chance - sometimes without any valid reason. The way the author tries to manipulate the reader into thinking about the plot irritates the reader to no extent who wants a neutral account of the whole mystery.
Jan 30, Harshit Pant rated it really liked it. This book is what a mystery thriller is supposed to feel like except this book is non-fiction which makes it scary. This book and honestly the Netaji mystery is a Pandora's box, open it and everything abt India changes forever. Its a great indication in favor of the a few words Its a great indication in favor of the book's contents which look unbelievable that the writer, who was a former journalist has now dedicated his life to this cause If the rabbit hole as is hinted at in the book is pursued then who know what dark secrets about our past will be revealed.
This book circulated very important information for past Cong leader. Nehru They are knows all things for Netaji but they know if Netaji come out then they could not took Priministership.
All Cong leader was corrupted. Very sad our great leader we were missing suddenly. Good book. Jul 22, Divya rated it liked it Shelves: It's sad that India hasn't had a closure to Netaji's mystery!! It is interesting to read about the various controversial theories around his "disappearance".
The book itself is very thorough with every piece of information out there. I probably didn't need so much information, nevertheless, as an investigative report the book is a great resource.
Mar 16, Nithin V A rated it really liked it Shelves: India's Biggest Cover-Up throws light on various theories regarding the disappearance of Netaji. This can not be dismissed as a collection of conspiracies as Dhar presented it actual documents obtained from various sources. This book calls for the declassification of various top secret records in India and other countries even after all these years. This is a good read if you are interested in Bose mystery, author could have avoided excessive condemnation of various people throughout the book, es India's Biggest Cover-Up throws light on various theories regarding the disappearance of Netaji.
This is a good read if you are interested in Bose mystery, author could have avoided excessive condemnation of various people throughout the book, especially 30 page condemnation of Sugata Bose and his book 'his majesty's opponent' Jan 05, Suraj Patil rated it it was amazing. Netaji is supposed to have died in a crash in Taipei but the supposed crash never happened, it seems that even the photo given as evidence of the crash was an old photo, the biggest mystery of free India is the fate of one of the greatest freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra bose.
INA is the reason we are what we are today, if it weren't for the INA trials which gone bad, British wouldn't have ever left India, Gandhiji did a good job of non violence movement, but he alone wouldn't have been able to attain Independence and plus he was saintly, Netaji was the force of violence which went along the non violence agenda of Gandhiji and together we got freedom.
A compelling research work on the mystery behind Subhas Chandra Bose's death which many still beleive did not happen as the people of the country know it as. It touches on the chronicles of every inquiry undertaken to get to the root of the truth and details every move that was taken in relation to Bose post his supposed death in in a plane crash in Taihoku, Taipei currently.
The staunch followers of Netaji still beleive that he was never given his due respect for all the sacrificies he mad A compelling research work on the mystery behind Subhas Chandra Bose's death which many still beleive did not happen as the people of the country know it as.
The staunch followers of Netaji still beleive that he was never given his due respect for all the sacrificies he made for the freedom of India unlike the much celebrated leaders, Nehru and Gandhi whom the author's research paints a not so good picture about.
The book could be a tiring read at times since it's loaded with information beyond that we can comprehend. Oct 29, Nikunj rated it liked it. This book has established beyond doubt that Netaji never died in that plane crash. The number of theories of him escaping to Russia,coming back to India as Ascetic or denial of the main people involved in the crash as to the vivid descriptions of the crash prove that Netaji was alive.
No serious effort has been made by any government till date to uncover the truth. Though I accept the contention of the Narsimha Rao government that even if he might have been alive at the time of Indian Independen This book has established beyond doubt that Netaji never died in that plane crash.
Though I accept the contention of the Narsimha Rao government that even if he might have been alive at the time of Indian Independence, there is no need to waste public money behind an issue which has become trivial in modern India.
Many believed in the news but a few knew there was something amiss. They would never accept this incident to be true and would make it the purpose of their life to uncover the truth. Full Review: India's Biggest Cover-up review on BookGeeks. A very important book for this generation to understand and cherish the struggles of the patriot Subash Chandra Bose. The book also elicits with relevant facts the mystery surrounding his disappearance after ; however the book is not highly readable.
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My lower vote is only a reflection of the book's readability and not a reflection of its facts and content. I feel the author is truly inspired by Netaji and the book is very well written.
Whether all these details are needed for everyone to und A very important book for this generation to understand and cherish the struggles of the patriot Subash Chandra Bose. Whether all these details are needed for everyone to understand the whole mystery could be another question relevant to all readers.
Sep 26, Sambasivan rated it really liked it. The author has asked quite a few pertinent questions that raise significant doubts on the air crash theory causing the untimely demise of Netaji. Twomalternate theories are proposed both of which sound too fantastic to be true.
Excellent piece of investigative journalism. Mar 26, Visweswaran Chidambaram rated it really liked it. Right from my childhood I was curious to know what happened to Netajii.. This book throws some light on it. I find this book too hard to digest as it contains too many characters Jul 11, Sreemoyee rated it it was amazing. Awesome read..
A must read for every Indian to uncover the true history of the freedom struggle and the great hero.. Sep 26, Rajesh Mehta rated it really liked it. Great book. The writer has put in a lot hours doing research. Since most of us were either too young or ignorant as to what all transpired between late eighteen to late nineties, it will be an eye opener.
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