Netaji Mystery: Jinnah, Gandhi, Nehru, and Azad knew: Who killed Netaji?

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Netaji Mystery: Jinnah, Gandhi, Nehru, and Azad knew: Who killed Netaji?

Should dark side of Jinnah, Gandhi Nehru and Azad not be come out in light?


Information Commission (CIC) asked government to reveal Netaji death secrets. Thus CIC has opened the Netaji Mystery again. Why Nehru blocked and why present Indian Govt wants to hide thetruth on Netaji?

Re-opening of Netaji’s death/ disappearance mystery

The mystery over the 1945 disappearance of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose mayfinally come clear with the Central Information Commission (CIC) directingthe federal government to furnish details about it. The full bench of the CIC,headed by the Chief Information Commissioner Wajahat Habibullah directedthe federal home ministry to furnish the information relating to thedisappearance of Bose sought by an individual. “By doing so, the MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) would not only be discharging its legal duties andrendering an essential service to a public cause, it may finally help resolve anunsolved mystery of independent India ,” the CIC observed in its order. Sayantan Dasgupta, a resident of New Delhi , had sought certifiedcopies of all documents exhibited before the Netaji Inquiry Committee of 1956 headed by Shah Nawaz Khan and the Justice B.D. Khosla Commissionunder the Right to Information (RTI) Act of 2005.

Conflicting accounts

While both the Khan Committee and the Khosla Commission agreed with thegovernment’s claim that Netaji died in a plane crash in Taiwan before Japanfell to the Allies, the Justice Manoj Mukherjee Commission, appointed by theNational Democratic Alliance government in 1999 was categorical in its reportthat the Taiwanese authorities had said that no such air crash took place