Saturday, January 23, 2016

LATEST NEWS : No violence in Bengal,Delhi,Punjab,Tamilnad or elsewhere. No worsening of foreign relations , though 24 HOURS have passed since Netaji Docs were declassified( though in part) by Union Government and though four months have passed since WB state government declassifed 64 records in its possession..Remember the past statements of Cong spokesmen and MHA spokemen of UPAs in their regime. The ex-regime that have had been fooling the NATION that if declassified, that would spar the relation with foreign countries, that would led to deterioration of law and order in certain sensitive states, is answerable to the country by maligning nation and its truth about independence and India's other key architect of freedom. Jai Hind. On Behalf of Website Quest4Truth-on-Netaji -

Friday, January 22, 2016

Is your son safe and secure?That's great. BUT one great Son of our Soil, once he left home in 1942 in a car, has never returned home. How can we close our eyes and sleep peacefully, unless we know the whereabouts and remove the smoke behind the screen. Series I

Is your son safe and secure?That's great. BUT one great Son of our Soil, once he left home in 1942 in a car, has never returned home. How can we close our eyes and sleep peacefully, unless we know the whereabouts and remove the smoke behind the screen!

Year 2015 - things has started to move in favour of Netaji Mystery Hunters, with the change in ruling powers  at centre in 2014 and at the local governance in Beengal in 2011, coupled with the Netaji Mystery Hunters and the diverse family members of Netaji Subhas Chandra's clan uniting to stood firm on the demand for declassification.

Here is a series of various newspaper clips on the death Mystery of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the great patriot of India's independence movement in the twentieth century.

Friday, April 10, 2015

SNOOPING on patriot of patriots,NETAJI Subhas and his Family by the government post independence

It's a National Shame that was kept under wrap by the Congress Government by hook or by crook in the last six decades. Satyam Ab Jayate.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Netaji Files Cannot be Declassified - The Biggest Tamassha of Indian Politics

In a latest RTI revelation obtained by IT professional Sreejith Panickar - part of group "Mission Netaji" comprising this writer and friends - the prime minister's office has made stunning revelations.
One, the PMO says that Prime Minister Narendra Modi actually has no power to declassify secret Subhas Chandra Bose files. "There are no mentions in Manual of Office Procedure or Public Records Rules, 1997, regarding any discretionary power vested in PM to declassify records," the PMO says.
This comes in response to Panickar's poser: "Does the prime minister have any prerogative to issue an order to declassify the files and send them to the National Archives?"
Two, even as the PMO provides a list of 36 classified files concerning Netaji, it says it holds five more files which are so highly secretive that even their names cannot be divulged.
Three, at least 20 of the PMO files concern the issue most enlightened people in India not too long ago dismissed as a mere conspiracy theory - the disappearance of Subhas Bose.
Four, such is the level of dark secrecy concerning Subhas Bose that files about his widow Emilie Schenkl and daughter Anita Pfaff have been classified. A file dealing with the funeral of Emilie in Germany in 1996 has been classified "Confidential"; whereas another file about the mother and daughter has been accorded highest level of secrecy grading, "Top Secret".
Five, four new secret files have been added since 2006 to the PMO's master list of secret Netaji files. One of these is about "construction of INA memorial and Netaji Subhas Bhavan" in New Delhi as suggested by Bhupinder Singh Hooda, then chief minister of Haryana, is stamped classified. Did Hooda do something wrong in making that outrageous suggestion? Intriguingly, a file about Netaji's birthplace in Cuttack is "Secret".
Six, and this one should take the cake, the file that deals with declassification of certain records which were sent to the National Archives recently is itself "confidential".
Transfer of these records to the archives was mandated following a 2007 Central Information Commission directive in a case involving ministry of home affairs and Sayantan Dasgupta of "Mission Netaji".
During the course of this RTI matter, the home ministry officials dropped two bombshells. One, disclosing certain "top secret" records about Bose's fate "may lead to a serious law and order problem in the country, especially in West Bengal". Two, "The decision concerning disclosure has to be taken at the highest level".
Our impression at that point in time was that the officials were referring to someone about whom Sanjay Baru wrote in his book. But we were wrong.
Today the moot question is: "Where do we go for declassification of the Netaji files?"
Secrecy begets suspicions. Suspicions turn into conspiracy theories of the worst kind. Dear prime minister, come and see what people are alleging on social media regarding some hideous "pact" top Indian leadership, including Mahatma Gandhi, got into with the British with regard to Subhas Chandra Bose at the time of the transfer of power in 1947. God forbid this should be true!

The writer has opened a petition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi which can be signed here:

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Declassify Petition -Nation First. Interest of Foreign Countries - Let the foreigners worry about that

Declassify Petition to mount pressure on the ruling Government to uncover the Netaji Death Mystery. The current political party at Union promised to declassify before 2014 Parliament Election. Now is the time to translate that into action. This great Son of India has not returned to homeland for 70 years. Can we Indians sleep. No government of a country can serve the national Interest better by keeping the truth about one of nation's founding father in hiding on silly pretext of (a)harming law and order of a country - a country that witnessed tens of large riots in recent past - 1984 and 2002 being phenomenal , and demolition of giant historic religious shrine in 1990 and the then government in power continue to rule unscatched. (b) with the collective effort of government at centre, Netaji the hero of India's independence is a "Forgotten Hero". And current government is following the same to make Him forgotten. And since, he is forgotten from people's mind, there would be no apparent law and order fear (other than for those who worked against India and undivided India's national interest) (c) another refusal ground is it would effect relations with neighbourly countries - one, two,three and even if government do not spill out people in India can fairly correctly guess that these would be among the following countries - UK, USSR,USA. Can a nation's interest in its founding father's life profile be thrown to dustbin in disregard to nation's interest to offer a semblance of honor to this great son of mother India. It is true, India has not treated honorably with this noble soul on earth and WE CAN CHANGE THAT NOW.