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For more clear understanding of Netaji's life after the air crash.
Please refer the link below. It will give you a clear understanding.
HindustanTimes.com Exclusive, Netaji’s death unraveled.
Our goverment is thankless for his services. If a corrupt politician dies they portray him as a great hero. But when a great hero was alive they didnt even admit his existence, even till date they do not agree or disagree that he didnt die in aircrash.
He deserved more recognition. He was a national hero. Its really unfortunate that he had to live as an unknown in his own country for which he shed his blood.
Janaki Nath was elected Chairman of the
In his boyhood, Subhas Chandra was greatly influenced by his father and mother, particularly the latter from whom he derived his religious temperament, However, it would not be incorrect to say that even more than his parents he was inspired by Beni Madhab Das Headmaster of Ravenshaw Collegiate school,
Subhas passed the Matriculation examination, standing second in the
With the help of Sir Asutosh Mookerjee he, however, got himself admitted to the Scottish Churches College in 1917 with a “ no objection “ certificate, and graduated in 1919 with a First class in Philosophy. He also joined the University Training Corps in 1917.
In 1919, Subhas’s parents decided to send him to
Subhas Chandra did not, however, complete the year of probation, which every successful candidate in the competitive examination was required to undergo. His mind had been deeply disturbed by grave developments at home: after the heinous Jallianwala Bagh Massacre by General Dyer in 1919, Mahatma Gandhi had, in August 1920, lunched the barque of the Congress on the stormy, uncharted sea of non-co-operation and civil disobedience against ‘ Satanic ‘ British Government, and had called the nation to suffering and sacrifice.
Subhas handed his resignation in April 1921, and returned to India, reaching Bombay on July 16,1921, He went straight to the Mahatma for guidance who, perceiving the passion for India’s freedom that consumed Subhas, directed him to Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das, who had in the meantime flashed on the Indian Political firmament and become the uncrowned King of Bengal. From then on for a brief period of four years, till C.R. Das’s death in1925, Deshabandhu was his political Guru.
Subhash Chandra first proved his mettle in the thorough manner in which he worked for the total boycott of the Prince of Wales in
However, after three years of detention without trial under the obnoxious Regulation III of 1818, he was released in 1927 on medical ground , and soon began to take an active part in political life despite his shattered health. He was elevated President of the Bengal Provincial Congress Committee. He devoted much of his time and attention to the organisation of the youth and to the Trade Union movement as well.
In 1928 the Motilal Nehru Committee appointed by the Congress declared in favour of Domination Status, but Subhas Chandra Bose along with Jawaharlal Nehru opposed it, and both asserted that they would be satisfied with nothing short of complete independence for
Gandhiji’s Salt Satyagraha Movement (1930) again found Subhas in the thick of the fight, and the Government arrested him and lodged him in jail. When the Satyagraha Movement was called off in March 1931 upon the conclusion of the Gandhi-Irwin Pact, Subhas, who, along with others, was also set at liberty, raised his voice in protest against the Pact and the suspension of the movement, specially when patriots like Bhagat Singh and his associates had not been saved from the gallows.
He soon came into conflict with the law, with the result that he was once again detained under the infamous Bengal Regulation. Within a year or so, his physical condition became so alarming that he was released, and banished from
Returning to India in 1936 in defiance of a Government ban on his entry, he was again arrested and imprisoned for a year; but soon after the General Election of 1937 and the accession of Congress to power in seven Provinces, Subhas found himself a free man again , and shortly afterwards was unanimously elected President of the Haripura Congress Session in 1938.
In his Presidential address he stressed the revolutionary potentialities of the Congress Ministries formed in seven Provinces
, and the address was also notable for its clarity with regard to what should be the Congress policy in the new epoch. Contrary to the popular notion regarding Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s role in Planning , it was Subhas Bose who as Congress President in 1938 , talked of planning in concrete terms, and set up a National planning Committee in October that year.
The year that followed saw the steady worsening of international relations, and clouds of war gathering on the European horizon, At the end of his first term, the presidential election to the Tripuri Congress session took place early 1939. Subhas was re-elected, defeating Dr. Pattabhi Sitaramayya who had been backed by Mahatmaji and the Congress Working Committee. Soon after the election , the member of the Congress Working Committee resigned, and the Congress met at Tripuri under the shadow of a crisis within the Party as well as internationally.
Subhas was a sick man at Tripuri, but even so, with amazing, almost prophetic foresight, he warned that an imperialist war would break out in Europe within six months , demanded that the Congress should deliver a Six months ultimatum to Britain and in the event of its rejection a country-wide struggle for ‘Poona Swaraj ‘ should be launched , taking full advantage of Britain’s entanglement in the international imbroglio. His warning and advice , however , went unheeded, and what was worse , his powers as Congress President were sought to be curtailed.
He , therefore, resigned his Presidentship in April 1939, and for the democratisation, radicalisation and reorientation of the Congress into a sharp instrument of the people’s will to freedom, he announced , in May 1939 , the formation of the Bengal Provincial Congress Committee and was further debarred from holding any elective office in the Congress for a period of three years.
In September 1939 war broke out in
In March 1940 Subhas Bose convened an Anti-Compromise Conference at Ramgarh,
The Indian People , hungry for freedom, participated in their thousands in the struggle launched throughout the country by the Forward Bloc on April 6. At the
Soon after the
It was not until November of that year that news tickled in from Berlin that he had gone out of India, in order , to use his own words,” to supplement from outside the struggle going on at home". Recognising
In January 1942, he began his regular broadcasts from Radio
The dramatic appearance of the dynamic leader was a signal for wild jubilation among the Indian prisoners-of-war no less than among the civilian community in
He was hailed as Netaji by the Army as well as by the Indian civilian population in
How the brave Army subsequently advanced up to Kohima and Imphal, how Free India’s banner was hoisted aloft there to the deafening cries of “Jai Hind” and “Netaji Zindabad”, how the atom bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki compelled Japan to surrender and the I.N.A. subsequently to retreat, have all become part of world history.
Subhas was reportedly killed in an air crash over
To his elder brother Sarat Chandra Bose , a renowned advocate and a political leader in his own right , Subhas was deeply attached, and it was Sarat Chandra who financially helped him, in the early years of his carrier, and backed him politically during the vicissitudes of his turbulent and meteoric career.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was tall, well above the average and was somewhat predisposed to obesity .Subhas chandra Bose’s chubby face with its cherubic smile concealed a granite core of will. Gentle and affectionate in disposition, he could be very firm, even relentless whenever occasion demanded. To know him was to love him.