Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose had no time to escape to Russia says his grandnephew.
Kolkata: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s grandnephew and investigator Ashish Ray on Sunday claimed that he has “undisputable evidence” to show that Bose had died in an air crash in Taiwan on 18 August, 1945.
Challenging that the ashes in the Renkoji temple should be carried back to India, Ashish said, “There are 3reports which evidently state that Bose had pass away in the air crash in the year 1945 and did not have the chance to go in Soviet Union.”
Two intelligences by the Japanese government have openly stated that he passed away in the air crash and one more report which is deceitful with the Russian state archives explicitly says that Netaji didn’t have the chance to enter the former Soviet Union on 1945 or afterwards,Ashish told.
“He was not ever held as captive in USSR,” he said.
Ashish said Netaji, though, might have plans to travel to Russia as he had always supposed that Russia, a Marxist state, would upkeep his cause to release India from the British rule.
Ashish said “He felt Japan might not be able to guard him since it had surrendered. He felt though he might be interned in Soviet Union, he mounted a better chance of convincing the Soviet experts about his task to liberate India.”
Impending to contrary views on the matter, Ashish said though he comprehends the emotional attachment with Netaji but there is a necessity to oppose the truth.
Ashish said “For how much of time can we be in denial, regardless of so much indication which points towards his demise in plane crash. We have interpretations of six or seven persons, counting Habibur Rehman. I think if likely a DNA test of the ashes in Renkiji temple should be completed and the ashes should be transported back to India,”