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Dear Editor,

I strongly feel Subhas Bose did not die in the Taihoku air-crash. There are a few reasons for it.

In 1956 Govind Vallabh Pant, the then Home Minister, officially agreed to hand over Subhas Bose to the British Government if he returned in the next 10 years. In 1966, the pact was renewed.
Vijaylakshmi Pandit and Dr Radhkrishnan knew about Netaji's whereabouts, but were prevented by Nehru from announcing it. (Hindi dailies Vir Arjun and Pratap had reported on the subject.)
In 1973, Netaji is reported to have died in a Siberia Jail

Since most of these incidents are dated much after August 1945, there is more than reasonable doubt about Netaji's death.

Regards

Jaisingh
Ph: 011-6336081.

 
   
           
 
           
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