New Delhi: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bosedaughter of Anita Bose Faf said that the time had come to bring his remains back to India and suggested that DNA test May answer those still in doubt about his death on August 18, 1945.
The Austrian-born economist, who lives in Germany, said DNA testing provides an opportunity to obtain scientific evidence that the relics kept at the Renkoji temple in Tokyo belong to Netaji and the Japanese government has agreed to such a process.
In a statement, Netaji’s only child Puff said that since his father did not live to experience the joy of freedom, the time has come for at least his remains to return to Indian soil.
“Modern technology now provides the means for sophisticated DNA testing, provided that DNA can be extracted from the remains. For those who still suspect that Netaji died on August 18, 1945, it provides an opportunity to obtain scientific evidence. That the relics are kept at the Renkoji Temple. His in Tokyo,” she said.
“The priests of the Renkoji Temple and the Japanese government agreed to such a test, as documented in the Annexes to the previous Government Indian Inquisition. Netaji’s death (Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry) show,” he said.
“So let us finally prepare to bring him home! Nothing was more important to Netaji in his life than the freedom of his country. Nothing was more important than living in an India free from foreign rule! Since he had to experience Did not live the happiness of freedom, now the time has come that at least their remains can be returned to the soil of India.
Netaji’s death is shrouded in mystery, although it is widely believed that he died in a plane crash in Taiwan on August 18, 1945.
While two commissions of inquiry had concluded that Netaji had died in a plane crash in Taipei on August 18, 1945, a third inquiry panel headed by Justice MK Mukherjee opposed this and suggested that Bose would survive thereafter. Were.
Faf said, “As the only child of Netaji, I am obliged to ensure that his dearest wish, to return to his country in freedom, is finally fulfilled in this form and an appropriate ceremony will be held to honor him.” ”
In his statement, he said that India was able to throw off the shackles of colonial rule after 75 years as one of the most prominent “heroes”. Freedom StruggleHowever, Bose has not yet returned to his homeland.
“His countrymen and countrymen thanked him for his dedication and his sacrifice. They built many physical and spiritual monuments for him, thus keeping his memory alive to this day, in praise, in gratitude and even in That in love too,” she said.
“Another grand monument has been erected and is being unveiled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 15 at a very prominent place in New Delhi,” he said.
Faf said that some men and women in India, inspired by his admiration and love for Netaji, not only remember him, but hope that he did not die on August 18, 1945.
“But today we have access to originally classified inquiries from 1945 and 1946. They show Netaji died that day in a foreign country. Japan provided a ‘temporary’ home to his remains at the Renkoji Temple in Tokyo. who are cared for in devotion. by three generations of priests, and revered by the Japanese people,” she said.
Faf also said that “All Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis, who can now live in independence, constitute Netaji’s family! I salute you all as my brothers and sisters! And I salute you Netaji.” I invite you to support my efforts to bring it home!”