Do Heirs of the killer of Subhash Bose rule India?


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By Premendra Agrawal



Tags: Heirs Nehru Gandhi Dynasty Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose UPA Sonia Congress Communist Stalin Soviet Union BBC Political murder Attle Svetlana Guha Forward Block Dilli Chalo Right of Information Act RIA;


Sonia led UPA’s government has no record about Netaji ‘s freedom struggle! Do Killers keep record of their victims? Oh! Almighty Ishwar!

Give me a boon,

Who are traitors?

Who are Patriots of my nation?


Bhagat Singh did not ask only for an independent Punjab or Subhash Chandra Bose for an independent Bengal? But Pt Nehru fought to divide India for ruling divided India and there after groomed his daughter for the post of PM. It is in public domain without the contradiction that Gandhi gave his surname to her daughter and her husband.


Now Netaji is communal and not freedom fighter. Lokmanya Tilak and Veer Savarkar are terrorists in NCERT and IGNOU books.Traitors becdome patriots and patriots become traitors.


As reported by BBC on March 9: “A separatist group in north-east India has killed eight of its members for allegedly collaborating with Indian security forces, the rebels have said. The eight were "found guilty" of aiding Indian intelligence groups, the Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP) said.


The KCP claims the alleged traitors - including their vice-president - helped Indian officials in Manipur state arrest and kill some of its leaders. At least 17 rebel groups are fighting for independence in the region.


A nation can survive its poors

India can survive its illetrates

But how we can survive

Traitors with in

A nation can survive its poors,

India can survive its illetrates, 

But how we can we survive,

Traitors with in,

Oh! Almighty Ishwar!

Give me a boon,

To be a patriot and I can know,

Who are traitors and who are

Patriots of my nation?


Please find the full poem in my previous article at:



Who killed Subhash?

I have discussed fully in my article of May 18, 2006:   

Political murders can’t be done by politicians themselves. Political murder executed under a conspiracy in the exchange of political bargaining instead of cash. They give Supari to others. Dons get supari for murder and get money.


In political murder of Subhash Chadra Bose mainly three parties were involved: (1) Pt Nehru (2) Stalin (3) Mr.Clamment Attlee the then PM of Britain


Musharraf is clone of Nehru

Benazir Bhutto and nawaz Shariff are in exile as per the contract between America and Musharraf. Musharraf may be able to rule Pakistan as a dictator in this way. Nehru’s role was the same as the role of Musharraf. Nehru wanted to keep Subhash Bose ourt of India forever so Nehru could rule India without hurdeles.

Nehru was Capitalist to shake hand with Mountbetton and Attle

Nehru accepted partion of India to ruled divided India. Every one knows romantic relation of Lady Mounbetton with Nehru. Later he shook hands with Attlee to block the chances of reurning of Subhash in India.


Dear Mr. Attlee:

I understand from a reliable source that Subhas Chandra Bose, your war criminal, has been allowed to enter Russian territory by Stalin. This is a clear treachery and betrayal of faith by the Russians. As Russia has been an ally of the British-Americans, it should not have been done. Please take note of it and do what you consider proper and fit.

Yours sincerely,
Jawaharlal Nehru.


Nehru shook hands with Stalin to be communis

Communists are not only supported at present but in the past also they supported Nehru Gandhi Dynasty due to their god fathers Russia and China. .

Speaking to the Hindu, Prof. Guha lent evidence to the view that Subhash Chandra Bose died in a Soviet Prison. His father and Subhash Bose both were kept in Siberian prioson.He noted that Joseph Stalin was crueler than Adolf Hitler’.


In this way Nehru was neither capitalist nor communist actually he was opportunist.


‘Netaji Dead or Alive?' book of Samar Guha

Former Indian ambassador Dr Satyanarayana Sinha once met Gouha, the son of Abani Mukherjee, the founder of the Communist Party of India, who told him that his father and Netaji were prisoners in adjacent cells in Siberia. He also told Sinha that Netaji had assumed the name 'Khilsai Malang' there. (Abani Mukherjee was the companion of Virendranath Chattopadhyay, who is the brother of Sarojini Naidu). Dr Sinha came back to India and reported this fresh news to Nehru. But to his great surprise and frustration, Sinha was unexpectedly scolded by Nehru and ever since, the relationship between the two deteriorated. Sinha has written this down in his book. He has even described this incident before the Khosla commission. There are more details on page 318 of Netaji Dead or Alive?' by Samar Guha.


Netaji died in Siberia jail

As reported in every newspaper at that time, daughter of Stalin Swetlana said in Delhi that Netaji was in Siberia’s yarkutaskjail. She also gave barrack No. also.


Svetlana Stalin wanted to marry Dinesh Singh’s brother

Every one knows about the secrect relation of Indira Gandhi with former foreign minister Raja of Pratap Garh Dinesh Singh. Her daughter Ratna Kumari is in Congress. Pt Nehru blocked the road of that marriage. At that time Svtlana was as the enemy of Soviet Union.And Nehru had friendly relation with the Soviet U nion especially for keeping Subhash Bose in the Siberian Prison. Stalin sent Subhash in Siberian Jail as desired by Nehrru.


Killing of Netaji files by Congress Governments


Most of the secret files about Netaji, that were maintained by Pandit Nehru himself as "P.M.'s special" files, one of which included all communications connected with INA Defense Committee, were reported by the Indira Gandhi Government as "either missing or destroyed". It will not be easy to presume that Netaji's communication to Nehru and a copy of Nehru's letter to Attlee have also been destroyed. These files were dealt with by the personal secretary of Pt Nehru - Mohmd Yunus.


Hers are Indira Gandhi by continuing this are giving peace to the soul of Nehru and Indira.


Why Mukherjee Commission Report in dustbin

The Mukherjee Commission submitted its report to the Indian Government on November 8, 2005. The report was tabled in Parliament on May 17, 2006. The probe said in its report that Bose did not die in the plane crash and the ashes at Renkoji temple are not his. However, the Indian Government rejected the findings of the Commission, amid speculation that accepting it would "harm Nehru's image".

As reported on March 27 in Stateman: In a shocking revelation, the government has said it has no information in its records about the contribution of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose to India’s freedom struggle. This admission has come from a senior government officer in response to an application by Delhi-based Mr Dev Ashish Bhattacharya under the Right to Information Act.


No record on Netaji’s role in freedom struggle: Govt

Mr Bhattacharya approached the Union home ministry with five questions in which he had sought information on what role Bose had in the freedom movement. The applicant had also sought information whether India maintains any protocol with regard to Bose and whether he fits somewhere in that protocol. “The information on points in your letter is not available in the records,” Mr SK Malhotra, deputy secretary in the home ministry said in reply to Mr Bhattacharya’s petition. “It was shocking for me to have this response,” Mr Bhattacharya said. Netaji Subash Chandra Bose may have contributed immensely towards India and make people aware about their strength to fight British man-to-man but the government says it has no documents to substantiate this, said Mr Bhattacharya.


See the political fraud and unholy alliance

Subhash Bose is the ideal of Forward Block. It is an ally in West Bengal Government of CPI (M). They are supporting to the UPA from out side.

There is a report of Jan 2007: The spirit of legendary freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose shone here again Monday evening at the launch of the Volume 12 of Netaji's Collected Works entitled 'Chalo Delhi' - the inspiring slogan of the Indian National Army he founded to liberate India.

'It was a call to freedom fighters all over the country. In his last speech, he showed indomitable faith and conviction that India will win freedom,' External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said at the launch of 'Chalo Delhi' at the Taj Mahal hotel here.


Bahadur Shah Zafar Waited For Netaji for 90 Year

Bahadur Shah was a sad and broken man, especially after the failure of the War of Independence. The failure cost him dearly: a lost throne, brutal murder of his sons and exile to a foreign land.

The patriot that he was, he sought the cooperation of Indian Princes and Rajas against the British. In a historic letter, he wrote to them that it was his “ardent wish that the whole of Hindustan should be free”.

  The king died on November 7, 1862, at a ripe age of 89. The British feared him, even in his death. He was immediately buried in the British officer’s residential compound.

Neither the Bahadursha Jaffar nor his Mazar has been forgotten. The mausoleum stands as a memorial to the last Mughal ruler who adorned Delhi’s throne that was once occupied by Akbar and Shahjahan, among others. The Mazar in Yangon (Rangoon) is the final resting place of the king, his wife and grand daughter.


Indians in general, the Mazar is a national monument, a vivid reminder of pre-colonial, undivided India – and of the king who led, however unsuccessfully, the battle against imperial intruders.

 It was Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, a titan among India’s nationalist leaders, who turned the Mazar into a memorable spot of national pilgrimage. With the headquarters of his Indian National Army (INA) set up in Yangon during the Second World War, Netaji regularly visited the Mazar. He issued his famous appeal to ‘March on to Delhi’ – ‘Dilli Chalo’ – from Yangon, perhaps while visiting the Mazar  


Was the above appeasement to Muslim or the present government?



By Premendra Agrawal