Did Nehru Betray Netaji?

Did Nehru Order a "Supari" (Contract Killing) of His Political Rival "Netaji" Subhas Chandra Bose inside Stalin's prison? 

One of the most painful episodes of India's post-colonialist history is the devious disappearance of the great patriot Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Several lingering questions remain in the hearts and minds of Indian people, because the circumstances surrounding the death of this fearless Bengali revolutionary seems murky by any investigative standards.

After faking a plane-crash to throw his British pursuers, did Netaji escape to Soviet Russia only to be imprisoned and subsequently killed by suffocation (with a plastic bag wrapped over his head)? 

Did Nehru order Netaji's killing in Soviet custody with a quid-pro-quo that India would become a Soviet-leaning socialist country under his rule? 

As a consequence, were Nehru and his dynastic successors (daughter Indira, grandson Rajiv, grand daughter-in-law Sonia and great-grandson Rahul) blackmailed by the Soviet Intelligence Agency (KGB) and their allegiance purchased to keep this dark secret hidden for the past 60+ years?

Have all the classified files relating to Netaji's death been destroyed by subsequent Congress/UPA regimes to cover up these unpardonable crimes of the Nehruvian family?

Did the Soviets remove the remaining stumbling block by poisoning the next Indian Prime Minister Sri Lal Bahadur Shastri during the Tashkent Conference (1965) so they could continue to prop up Nehru's clan - first Indira, then Rajiv (who became successive prime ministers) while continuing to get blackmailed into submission by the KGB and controlled further by foreign powers ?

The Patriotic Bharat Has High Hopes that Sri Narendra Modi, if elected to become India's Prime Minister in 2014, will shed light on this unforgivable treachery that altered India's history forever.

We hope that Sri Narendra Modi's government can come out fearlessly with the truth and answer the following question that is becoming prominent on the internet - "Did Nehru Betray Netaji?".


Comments

Ajai Singh said…
"I solemnly affirm and state on oath that thereafter Shri Jawaharlal Nehru gave me four papers from his writing pad to make four copies of a letter, which he would dictate to me on typewriter, which I also complied. The contents of the letter, as far as I could remember, were as follows:

“To Mr.Clement Attlee,
Prime Minister of Britain,
10 Downing Street, London.

Dear Mr Attlee,

I understand from most reliable source that Stalin has allowed Subash Chandra Bose, your war criminal, to enter Russian territory. This is 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 care of it and do what you consider proper and fit.

Yours Sincerely,
Jawaharlal Nehru

There was a time when strong doubts persisted if Netaji was still alive or indeed dead in that airplane accident. The British Intelligence must have had pursued the matter further at Kabul and at Tehran for ascertaining the truth about the report of Netaji’s arrival at Moscow and submitted their findings to the GoI. But no report of such follow-up action was placed either before the Shah Nawaz Committee or the Khosla Commission. The Government under Mrs. Gandhi told Khosla Commission that many confidential files of Nehru connected with the reports about Netaji were either missing or destroyed. These files were dealt with by the personal secretary of Pandit Nehru – Mohammad Yunus . These files are still with this man and NOT in the public archives of the GoI. Can anyone believe it?

The British intelligence team informed their Government that Pandit Nehru “received a secret communication from Bose”. This report was confirmed by a witness, Shri Shyamlal Jain of Meerut, while he deposed before Khosla Commission. In 1945-46, Shri Jain was working as a confidential steno of Asaf Ali (remember him? The traitor who handed over a ship-load of weapons to Pakistan, purchased by the GoI!) who was Secretary to the INA Defense Committee with Bhulabhai Desai as its Chairman and Pandit Nehru as one of its prominent members. This confidential steno of the INA Defense Committee, in the course of his deposition, made a shocking revelation about Nehru’s attitude toward Netaji.

Shri Jain told Khosla Commission:

“I solemnly affirm and state on oath that one evening (the date may be Dec. 26 or 27, 1945) I was called by Shri Jawaharlal Nehru on telephone to come to the residence of Shri Asaf Ali with a typewriter as he had a lot of work to be typed by me, which I complied. After getting some papers typed by me, Shri Jawaharlal Nehru drew out a paper from the pocket of his achkan and asked me to make four copies of it for him. The said paper was a hand-written matter and was somewhat difficult to read. Now, what was written on that paper, I am trying to reproduce from my memory:”

“Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose proceeding by aeroplane from Saigon arrived today, August 23, 1945 at Dairen (Manchuria) at 1:30 afternoon. The said plane was a Japanese bomber plane. It was full of gold in the shape of bars, ornaments and jewelry. Netaji carried two attache cases, one in each hand. On alighting from the plane, Netaji took tea with bananas. When Netaji finished tea, he along with four others, out of which one was a Japanese named General Shidei (and others have lapsed from memory), took their seats in a jeep standing nearby. The said jeep proceeded toward Russian territory. After about 3 hours the said jeep returned and informed the pilot of the plane who flew back to Tokyo.”

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