A row over the demand for declassification of secret Netaji files has split the Bose family. A section of the family, that has been demanding disclosure of the files, has accused the Netaji Research Bureau (NRB) and its director Sugata Bose - Netaji's grand-nephew - of failing to conduct an impartial research on the great revolutionary.
The Bose family members are extremely proud and feel
honoured that Surya Kumar Bose, IT Consultant, Director, Bose Information
Technology, based in Germany, son of Amiya Nath Bose, grandson of Sarat Chandra
Bose and grandnephew of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, has been invited to speak
Hi guys, we are looking for volunteers from each of our states/ important townships and NRI's staying different parts of the world to lead an upcoming Campaign on the 23rd Jan'2014. Interested persons please mail me at email@example.com using the Subject of the mail as "Campaign for Netaji".
Few of us decided to bring an end to the crying injustice done to one of India’s bravest and deserving sons and thereby to India herself and started scouting for all kinds of information available on this great leader under a movement called Mission Netaji. Very soon we were caught into a web of information’s coming to usfrom different sources, some made immediate sense and some were too raw for usto understand them, and some were hearsay and out rightly rejected by us.
This 23rd January wherever you are, please make sure that you are one with the
demand that all secret records concerning the Prince among patriots are
released by our Government. In Kolkata, efforts are on to organise the first
"If Bose comes with the help of Russia neither Gandhiji nor the Congress will be able to reason with the country"
In March 1946, INA's Chief of Staff Maj Gen JK Bhonsle was interrogated by the Combined Service Detailed Interrogation Center (CSDIC) in Delhi's Red Fort. Coming several months after Subhas Bose's reported death, this questioning had been taken up at the behest of the Intelligence Bureau.
Remaining on the question by our Government in 2006 as to why Subhas Chandra Bose could have thought of going to the Russians in 1945 and why would have the Japanese allowed him, here is something more. This time in Netaji 's own words, as recalled by Kinji Watanabe, an interpreter with the Japanese military who had attended many conferences with Bose and Japanese officers. Watanabe narrated these in a statement to the Intelligence Bureau in November 1945. The copy (see the image) available in the archives comes from a Ministry of Defence file declassified in 1997.