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India's biggest coverup is an investigative insight into the Netaji mystery and its stranger than fiction subplots. Relying heavily on official records-bulk of them still . Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ India's Biggest Cover-Up is an attempt by Anuj Dhar, to bring out the true facts behind Netaji's. Next soft–copy/ebook of book titled India's Biggest Cover–up {written/authored by journalist\scribe\journo Shreemaan Anuj Dhar}.

He ran into trouble with the house owner over rent default and shifted to Khadia village near Lucknow in a ruined Shiv temple on the bank of Gomati River for next months. Surendra Mohan Chaudhary, former King of Itawah, became his first disciple. On 3 Feb. Indian soil". Later Bhagwanji expressed, "A sanyasi is dead to his past life … A sanyasi want a natural death under Holy order of Hindu Religion and not as a War Criminal.

Template images by sebastian-julian. Powered by Blogger. While the court heard arguments and counterarguments, it came to know what exactly the Central Government thought of the matter: "The Government of India has maintained and is maintaining even now that a further probe is required and the information that Netaji died in the plane crash on August 18, is full of loopholes, contradictions and therefore inconclusive.

After an year of deliberations, in which the then Home Minister LK Advani, Home Secretary Kamal Pande, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister Brajesh Mishra, Attorney General Soli Sorabjee took a leading part, the Government agreed and notified that "Central Government is of the opinion that it is necessary to appoint a Commission of Inquiry for the purpose of making an in-depth inquiry into a definitive matter of public importance".

It also underlined that "there is widespread feeling among the public that the issue of finding the truth about Netaji still remains".

That same notification dated 14 April assigned the following points of inquiry to the Commission headed by Justice MK Mukherjee, a retired judge of the Supreme Court of India: a whether Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is dead or alive; b if he is dead, whether he died in the plane crash, as alleged; c whether the ashes in the Japanese temple are ashes of Netaji; d whether he has died in any other manner at any other place and, if so, when and how; e if he is alive, in respect of his whereabouts.

Even a casual look at the above would convince any reasonable person that the Government in had no clue about Netaji's fate.

India’s Biggest Cover Up

And nor were they in a position to confirm whether or not the ashes in Tokyo were of Netaji's. Or else, there was no need to put all these queries to the Commission.

Quite naturally, the Government did not make a case of its own before Mukherjee Commission as the inquiry proceeded.

Soon, evidence contrary to the air crash theory emerged and, as a result, in February the Government's counsel had to argue against the Taipei crash theory during the argument session. So much so, the counsel gave the Government of India the credit for helping confirm the information, originally obtained by yours truly, from Taiwan Government that no plane carrying Bose had ever crashed in Taipei.

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Then twist in the tale came. Logically speaking, this vindicated the stand taken by three successive Governments, viz, United Front, NDA and the Congress, which was firmly in the saddle when the Government counsel made the above submissions.

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.

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.

India's Biggest Cover-Up by Anuj Dhar - Vitasta Publishing -

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. Mr Anuj Dhar dedicated most of his life to bring out the facts and differentiated those with fiction to present a wonderful trilogy on the person who could have been the most important and powerful person post independence era, if history was a bit generous towards him. The following are the three books. Back from death.

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What happened to Netaji A big thanks to Dhar. I am eagerly waiting to start the third book of the series. Sadly India's distorted written history and what is taught in schools does not give adequate credit to the real heroes of freedom movement.

Netaji and INA led by him have an important role in India attaining her freedom. It is really the greatest tragedy that we do not know the true fate of Netaji. As someone who admires Bose and have always tried to learn more about him through Internet and bo Netaji Subas Chandra Bose is probably the tallest and the greatest among the freedom fighters of India. As someone who admires Bose and have always tried to learn more about him through Internet and books,there is not much to go with.

If we read something also it is hard to ascertain any credibility to the material.


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