A profile image two inches by two in a school textbook Round face Round rimmed spectacles Khakhi arrison cap Looking into the far distance That is the image our minds invoke on hearing the name Subhas Chandra Bose An ICS officer in the His Majesty s British Empire turned revolutionary Twice the president of the Securing Caite grand old party of India the Indian National Congress The founder of the Forward Bloc The civilian who became aeneral The first leader of the Azad Hind Government in exile The man who promised us
freedom and asked us to pledge our blood for the cause The and asked us to pledge our blood for the cause The who raised an army to march against the British Indian Empire Axis partner and war criminal for the victorious WWII Allies Simply the most selfless patriot of modern IndiaYet Netaji s life was largely a mystery A mystery that began with his escaping from British custody in 1941 and compounded by his disappearance during the final days of the Japanese surrender during WWII The Trudy government of India led by Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru bought the Japanese version of Netaji s death in a Taiwan air crash and adopted that as the establishment s version Successiveovernments and two commissions of enuiry toed the Nehru line Anuj Dhar in this brilliantly pieced together masterpiece of investigative journalism convincingly blasts the air crash theory to smithereens in the first 20 pages and oes on to strengthen his case by following other credible leads on Netaji s escape via Manchuria to Stanlinist Soviet Russia his possible return to India and life as Bhagwanji in Faizabad UP until his death in September 1985 the Government s confiscation and sealing of Bhagwanji s personal effects their reluctance to release at least 33 classified Netaji files and their collusion with Netaji s aides one rogue Shah Nawaz Khan Munga Ramamurthy SA Iyer et al to perpetuate the death of a man who cheated it Anuj backs up all his statements and conclusions with images of de classified documents
Obtained Via The Right To Information RTI via the Right to Information RTI of India the Freedom of Information Act FOIA of USA and UK and documents obtained from other countries such as Japan and RussiaFor lovers of our history and Netaji this book is a must read and an eye opener Buy it read it speak about it to others That s the best respect we can pay to India s The Unlikeliest Hero: The Story of Desmond T. Doss greatest patriot How is the bookMind blowing and head spinning the best non fictitious political historical thriller there were instances1 where your eyeset moist thinking about Bharat Mata s favourite son and his fate 2 where your blood boils when u know that a lot of behind the curtain activities were done to hide the truth under the carpet3 where your hair raises coming to know about certain revelationsSome incidents will shatter the earth beneath your legsI don t know if we can process all the info at a time but take it very slow as THE CONTENTS IN THIS BOOK ARE INJURIOUS TO YOUR BELIEFS How to read this bookAlways have a pen with you Underline all the dates persons and their designations important revelations Put the references on the top of every page so that once you read it u can understand what s in tha. India's biggest cover up is an investigative insight into the Netaji mystery and its stranger than fiction subplots Relying heavily on official records bulk of them still security clas. ,
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Bose or Netaji is one of them Mystery shrouds his last days and officially Theor Netaji is one of them Mystery shrouds his last days and officially The Of India has tried to feed us the story of his death by air crash That the theory is not correct was proven by Mukherjee Commission Anuj Dhar deserves reat applause for further throwing light on the mystery of the Taihoku crash and how the establishment tried to put an end to Netaji saga A must read for every Indian Flabbergasting and exasperating Extensively well researched fact bound book and Anuj Dhar deserves a thousand accolades for this work This book is far better written than his previous one Back from The Dead In a few chapters the author actually jots down the most obvious uestions in a common reader s mind and answers them categoricallyWe all rew up listening to the tales this irrepressible stalwart as one of the reatest heroes of this country It really becomes incomprehensible to anybody as to how can our own Govt take a stand as has been taken in case of Netaji It is a matter of ross shame to the whole republic for those citizens who at least have a minute sense of nationalism and awareness of their rightful duties towards their motherland that their Liberator the Head of 1st Government His Excellency the true Son of this nation lived rest of his life as a Gumnaam personPost Transfer of Power this country still remains the slave of divide and rule policy by which they were victimized over a century ago and still choose to remain so by unilaterally inflicted propaganda and incomplete and superficial knowledge of the facts I am extremely thankful to Anuj Dhar for exposing the cover up with solid evidences in the book This is the most sensational book I have ever read TL DRIf you want to read an objective account of Netaji s suspicious disappearance after 1945 then this book is not for you If you are okay to read with a pair of saffron tinted lasses proceed belowReviewI have mixed feelings about this book When I started out I was very optimistic about the way the author started unraveling the mystery with actual citations from Government declassified records about Bose And that is the best thing I liked about this book I am fully convinced by the findings of the Mukherjee commission that Netaji never died in the air crash in TaihokuThe thing I absolutely hated about this book is the author s constant attempt to push his political agenda wherever possible Before a plot is set he starts out portraying the characters either black or white For eg Nehru and co are undermined at every possible chance sometimes without any valid reason The way the author tries to manipulate the reader into thinking about the plot irritates the reader to no extent who wants a neutral account of the whole mystery This book circulated very important information for past Cong leader Mahatma Gandhi JLNehru They are knows all things for Netaji but they know if Netaji come out then they could not took Priministership All Cong leader was corruptedVery sad our reat leader we were missing suddenly Good boo. Th the excerpts and images of still secret records Archival material and information obtained under the freedom of information acts of India the US and the UK has also been made use of. T page write the most important people s names at the back of BOSH!: The Cookbook: Simple Recipes. Amazing Food. All Plants. group and how they are connected with the national hero All this home work helps because in the middle of the book you may need to refresh your memory as there are mentions of some hundred important people in the bookWhy to read this bookMr Anuj Dhar dedicated most of his life to bring out the facts and differentiated those from fiction to present a wonderful trilogy on the person who could have been the most important and powerful person post independence era if history was a bitenerous towards himThe following are the three books1 Back from death2 India s biggest cover up3 What happened to Netaji A big thanks to Dhar I am eagerly waiting to start the third book of the series Netaji Subas Chandra Bose is probably the tallest and the Confessions of an Air Ambulance Doctor greatest among the freedom fighters of India Sadly India s distorted written history and what is taught in schools does notive adeuate credit to the real heroes of freedom movement Netaji and INA led by him have an important role in India attaining her freedom It is really the Mr. Jelly's Business greatest tragedy that we do not know the true fate of NetajiAs someone who admires Bose and have always tried to learn about him through Internet and booksthere is not much too with If we read something also it is hard to ascertain any credibility to the material In this regard eternally thankful to Anuj Dhar for 6 1/2 Body Parts (Body Movers, giving us such a factualcomprehensive and honest account about NetajiEvery claim is backed by supporting proof and documents Anuj Dharives us his well researched information and lets the reader weigh the evidence and formulate their opinion An incredible book Kudos to Anuj Dhar for all the efforts he has put in pursuing the Netaji mystery researching and writing this book along with so many RTIs Goosebumps Thats what we Indians et when the topic of discussion is Netaji The author has made it a point to write it in a systematic way presenting many Top Secret and classified records The extensive work that is one into writing of this book is visible right
From The Start Hats Off To The Author For Presentingthe start Hats off to the author for presenting book in an unbiased mannerINDIA DESERVES AN ANSWER ON NETAJI a few wordsHOLY F is what this book reveals This book is what a mystery thriller is supposed to feel like except this book is non fiction which makes it scary If we had Titans like New York Times or Washington Post in India this would have come out long long agoand shattered the
stories we have been fed in the namewe have been fed in the name Indian History This book and honestly the Netaji mystery is a Pandora s box open it and everything abt India changes forever Its a reat indication in favor of the book s contentswhich look unbelievable that the writer who was A Former Journalist Has Now former journalist has now his life to this causeand is pursuing it even today when UP is ruled by BJP in 2018 If the rabbit hole as is hinted at in the book is pursued then who know what dark secrets about our past will be revealed I feel now after reading this that the Congress party is way smartercunningalmost Illuminati levels than previously we ave it credit for In a bid to The Sun Shines Over the Sanggan River glorify. Sified in violation of democratic norms the book uncovers a systematic obstruction of justice by the Government of India First for any book in India the narrative has been augmented wi.