Saturday, May 20, 2006

Netaji-An Undying Legacy
There is something about Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose that refuses to die from the minds of the general Indian public. The British and the successive Congress governments at the centre tried to feed a lie saying that Netaji died in a plane-crash near Taipei in Taiwan. There is no documented proof that such an air-crash occurred. The Justice Mukherjee Commission reiterates this and declares that Netaji is dead but he did not die in the crash. Recently an article appeared in which an 104 year old man claiming to be Netaji's bodyguard said that Netaji died in Uttar Pradesh where he lived incognito calling himself Baba. Reports of Netaji staying in teh erstwhile U.S.S.R. and his meetings with Stalin are documented in K.G.B. dossiers. Whatever may be it is certain that Netaji is dead by now. If he were alive he would be 109 years old. Just imagine if he was at the for-front the whole scheme of the Indian freedom-struggle would have changed. We would have got our independence earlier and would have been a military super-power. If he is alive hope he is fine, if he is dead my salutations to a true martyr. Jai Hind.

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