Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Tomorrow (23RD Jan’14) on 117th birthday of India’s biggest freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose “The Open Platform for Netaji” is organizing a mega apolitical rally at Kolkata to demand complete “Declassification” of all secret Netaji files by Government of India & state govt.

Declassify Netaji files rally 2014 If you are in Kolkata on 23rd January, this is for you! "Open Platform for Netaji" invites you to a citizens' rally in favor of the demand for the disclosure of all secret Subhas Chandra Bose files on the occasion of his birth anniversary tomorrow.

Here is the open invitation for all:

THE OPEN PLATFORM FOR NETAJI (An initiative to unite all Netaji followers; G4 Doveland Court, 29/13 Ballygunge Park, Kolkata 700 019) cordially invites you to its celebrations of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s 117th birthday on January 23, 2014
2 pm,  in front of   Netaji’s statue on Indira Gandhi Sarani (Red Road), garlanding of statue, and a non-political gathering of people from all walks of life
2.30 pm, near Netaji’s statue: start of a rally along Jawaharlal Nehru Road (Chowringhee Road) to Lala Lajpat Rai Sarani (Elgin Road) near the Netaji Bhavan the ancestral house of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s family in Kolkata
4 pm, Lala Lajpat Rai Sarani (Elgin Road): arrival of rally participants
The objective of holding this rally is to focus attention on the need for declassification of records relating to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, held by the Government of India and various State Governments. Members of the Bose family, representatives of Mission Netaji, the Right to Recall Group, the Netaji Subhas Struggle Front, the Janpath Ashram and others will take part in this rally.
For more details, mediapersons are requested to contact the convenors Chandra Kumar Bose
(98301 65340) or Abhijit Ray (98303 18526). Press releases will be issued near Netaji’s statue between 2 pm and 2.30 pm, and near Netaji Bhavan (Elgin Road) between 3.45 pm and 4.30 pm; Sujoy Ghosh (98310 96180) may be contacted, if required.

Earlier 70th Foundation Day of Provisional Government of Azad Hind Fauj by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose celebrated at Kolkata on 21st Oct’13.

Mr. Chandra Bose a family member of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose said that a large part of the nationalist leader's fight against the British is being overlooked in the present Indian history.

The provisional government of Azad Hind was the first free government of India which was also recognized by nine countries from the Axis powers, said Chandra Bose, a family member, at a function on that day at Kolkata to commemorate its 70th foundation day.

For detailed report of this please click following link:

On that day demanding declassification of secret files held by the Indian government, people of Kolkata rejected that Netaji had died in a plane crash in Japan.

Researcher Anuj Dhar released his new book 'No Secrets' on the disappearance of Netaji.

Remember in his previous book on Netaji mystery "India's biggest cover-up" “researcher-writer” Anuj Dhar revealed lots of mystery regarding which your blog (Ma-Mati-Manush) published a review earlier, link:

Hope my readers will remember that ‘in March 2006, when Justice Mukherjee's report saying that Bose hadn't died in 1945 and that the ashes in Japan were not his was yet to be made public, and Mukherjee was back as the external affairs minister, Sugata Bose secretly brought to Kolkata some human remains as that of Bose.'

Such intriguing transfer couldn't have been possible without some tacit approval of the authorities. 

The Ministry of External Affairs has secret files about Netaji and so has the Intelligence Bureau, some 76 of them. In fact, only a former DIB can actually tell how many files are there exactly and where they have been kept. That is such a shame, you would say. Yes, that is, and this is precisely the issue our generation must confront before it's too late. Those before us failed miserably for a variety of reasons.

So friends tomorrow could be a big day in Indian history.. my appeal to all please join this rally to demand JUSTICE TO NETAJI..!

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