Netaji’s disappearance: Historian alleges govt role

via published on May 21, 2006

KOLLAM: The governments of the pre-Independent and post-Independent India had a role in the mysterious disappearance of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, according to historian MS Jayaprakash.

According to a statement issued here Jayaprakash said that the Mukherjee Commission’s revelations that the government was reluctant to make available certain documents and files to the Commission should be viewed seriously.

The reports that Netaji was killed in a plane crash was deliberately spread to rob him of his fame and popularity.

Jayaprakash said that Netaji had the expertise to escape the net of the enemies. Netaji had hoodwinked the British and escaped from the country in 1941 under the false name of Moulavi Siyavudeen.

He said the leadership of pre and post-Independent India was intolerant towards the popularity of Netaji and had succeeded in expelling him from the Indian National Congress.

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