BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has made some shocking revelations about the alleged disappearance of Indian freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose which if found true could have an impact in India.
On his twitter account the BJP leader Subramanian Swamy wrote:
Russian and British had consulted each other ( date not yet known) on whether to destruct Netaji files in their respective countries. UPA?
Subramanian Swamy hints towards the UPA government, but what we need to know is the depth of this information and whether the alleged destruction of the documents took place.
Here is the second bomb that he ignited:
Taiwan sources confirm to my friends that there is absolutely no evidence of any plane crash around Aug 18 1945 in Taipeh airport. So too US.
Now with these twists and turns all we want is that the Netaji’s case must be investigated thoroughly and immediately and all the relevant factors must be taken into account.
Subramanian Swamy is a big figure and if he has something that is beneficial to the case, then the nation must take that into account too.
Subramanian Swamy is part of the BJP government at the center and it has already declassified Netaji files but a lot still needs to be found out, like was Gumnami Baba really Netaji? If Subhash Chandra Bose was alive and he even managed to come to India then why did he not reveal himself? Did he feel disenchanted or was he again working for the motherland as was always his passion?
This month several old photographs of Netaji Subhas Bose’s family were recovered from the belongings of Faizabad-based Gumnami Baba who lived like a Hermit but who many believe was Subhash Chandra Bose in disguise.
The recovered photographs were found in a box which belonged to Gumnami Baba and they were found in the Faizabad district treasury in Uttar Pradesh. A family portrait and Netaji’s parents picture (Jankinath Bose and Prabhawati Bose) are one of the many photos that have been found in the box belonging to Gumnami Baba.
The owner of Ram Bhavan, where the Gumnami Baba spent the final years (1982-1985), Shakti Singh confirmed that the picture belonged to the Hermit.