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Jawahar Lal Nehru referred to Subhas Chandra Bose as a 'war criminal'

gemini90

Journeyman
Jawahar Lal Nehru referred to Subhas Chandra Bose as a 'war criminal'

Jawahar Lal Nehru referred to Subhash Chandra Bose as a ‘war criminal’ in of the files, sources who have knowledge of the Netaji files that are being declassified have said.

A letter was written to the Prime Minister of England Clement Attlee on Dec 27, 1945.

"Dear Mr Attlee, I understand from reliable sources that Suhas Chandra Bose, your war criminal, has been allowed to enter Russian territory by Stalin. This is a clear treachery and betrayal of faith by the Russians as Russia has been an ally of the British-Americans, which she should not have done. Please take note of it and do what you consider proper and fit," Pandit Nehru wrote in his letter.

The letter is signed, "Yours Sincerely, Jawaharlal Nehru,".

This letter is likely to spark political storm in the country as it has been allegedly said that Nehru was unfair to the legacy of Netaji.

This letter was written four months after Netaji Bose’s supposed death in plane crash in Taipie on August 18, 1945.The letter also reveals that Nehru did not believed that Netaji lost his life in the plane crash.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will declassify 100 Netaji files on Saturday. Out of 100 files, 33 are from the PMO and others from the MEA and MHA.

More at netajifiles.gov.in from 12:30 pm onward and more files to be sent by UK and Russia.
 
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gemini90

Journeyman
[MENTION=110244]Nerevarine[/MENTION] They had all these files yet three commissions were told to pound sand and gave lies.

May not agree with Bose methods but freedom was because of him.
to make no efforts to get him out of FSU and spy on his family for 20 years is despicable.

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Subhash Chandra Bose stint with Congress: Why Netaji fall apart with Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru?

http://www.india.com/news/india/subhash-chandra-bose-stint-with-congress-why-netaji-fall-apart-with-mahatma-gandhi-and-jawaharlal-nehru-884827/
 

it_waaznt_me

Coming back to life ..
Lol. Mahabhakt Rahul Kanwal deleted that FB post after it was found to be fake. Here's another letter from Netaji:

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On a serious note, here's what others have to say. Also, there was no Russia in 1945. It was Soviet Union.
 
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lywyre

Cyborg Agent
^ Wow. Are you for real?

Why do you think the Brits wanted him dead so badly?
They even let Gandhi go around freely and even made pacts with him. But not with Bose, ever wondered why?
Gandhi (and Non-violent movement) is only the one side of the coin that freedom is.

I certainly don't know much about Bose, but I do understand that he did more than he is officially credited with (for the independence of India).
 

ShankJ

Been There, Done That!!
Why the hell is subhas chandra bose so important?

Can you tell me 1 thing bose did for the freedom movement?

Brother i dont know who you are and where you live but i'm gonna find you and hit you with a history book for sure..::p :wink:

Well jokes apart, Bose was the founder of the Forward Bloc, the party which took care of the Quit India Movement during 1942 when all the nationalist leaders (Gandhi, Nehru, Sardar Patel etc etc) were in jail.. He was an active participant in the movement to get the laborers and workers their right and to protect them from the rising capitalism in India.. Till 1938, he was as important as Nehru in the Indian National Congress and was second only to Gandhi and was also the President of INC in 1938 & 1939(though he was removed because Gandhi did not support him in 1939).. Bose had played as an important role as Nehru till 1940's after which he was ostracized because he was a socialist/communist (just like Bhagat Singh) whereas, Gandhi was pro-capitalist..

Just some of the facts i remember..
 

icebags

Technomancer
Can you tell me 1 thing bose did for the freedom movement?

someone forgot how he passed history tests in school. :p

adding some more infos to [MENTION=152602]ShankJ[/MENTION], he was general secretory or congress in late 20-30's, and his path was not much different from how congress was taking it. then post 1930, after travel to europe, meeting mussolini, and as time went flowing without much progress, his views changed.
in 1939, when ww2 was starting/started (i think) he was nominated for congress president's chair electiion, but seeing his extremist viewpoint, gandhiji decided not to support him.

gandhiji was rather pacifist, he wanted to go along with & talk out with british for the independence issue. he even supported the british in ww2, and wanted to further support them by providing indian soldiers to fight their battles (pl correct me if i am wrong).

netaji was other hand, was extremist, being more familiar to the weaponized anti-british revolutions in bengal, he was more towards using force against the british, as they were getting more and more occupied with ww2, and could show signs of weakness in india, as he anticipated.

he saw bombs and bullets could push british capitals from calcutta to delhi, so he wanted to use ww2 & all india armed movement to throw away british from india all together. he received all the support from non residing indians, but he did not get as much from mainland.

whether that would be fruitful, is only an alternate history could tell. (i wonder why they didn't make an alternate timeline film where netaji did not crash & events proceeded.:D lol)
 
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ShankJ

Been There, Done That!!
someone forgot how he passed history tests in school. :p

adding some more infos to [MENTION=152602]ShankJ[/MENTION], he was general secretory or congress in late 20-30's, and his path was not much different from how congress was taking it. then post 1930, after travel to europe, meeting mussolini, and as time went flowing without much progress, his views changed.
in 1939, when ww2 was starting/started (i think) he was nominated for congress president's chair electiion, but seeing his extremist viewpoint, gandhiji decided not to support him.

gandhiji was rather pacifist, he wanted to go along with & talk out with british for the independence issue. he even supported the british in ww2, and wanted to further support them by providing indian soldiers to fight their battles (pl correct me if i am wrong).

netaji was other hand, was extremist, being more familiar to the weaponized anti-british revolutions in bengal, he was more towards using force against the british, as they were getting more and more occupied with ww2, and could show signs of weakness in india, as he anticipated.

he saw bombs and bullets could push british capitals from calcutta to delhi, so he wanted to use ww2 & all india armed movement to throw away british from india all together. he received all the support from non residing indians, but he did not get as much from mainland.

whether that would be fruitful, is only an alternate history could tell. (i wonder why they didn't make an alternate timeline film where netaji did not crash & events proceeded.:D lol)

Thanks for the extra information, i had no idea about pre-1930 part of Bose's story..:)

Yes he was nominated and even selected to be the president of INC for the second time in 1939 (earlier he was the president in 1938 also) but had to resign when Gandhi withdrew his support (google Tripuri(or Tripura) Session of INC 1939). Bose kinda went guns blazing against the Gandhi supporters in this INC session, calling them pro-capitalist and anti-laborers..

WW2 started in Sep, 1939 and Gandhi wanted to support the Britain + France because he saw them as democratic nation and thus was sympathetic towards them. Whereas Bose believed that both Nazi Germany and Britain + France were capitalist nations and were fighting for gaining more colony and thus the question of India supporting any one of them did not arise..

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Why the hell is subhas chandra bose so important?

Hopefully you understand now that why he was so important..
 

sujoyp

Grand Master
Netaji's Hind army would have wiped out British from India, had not Gandhi asked him to help British in WW2 for indipendence.

Its really sad that whole indipendence was twisted to look if Gandhi nehru where the only one...people are forgetting Patel, bose and even jinnah . What ever happened due to Gandhi promoting Nehru to PM made a big blunder all togather
 
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