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Netaji’s grand daughter dubs Nehru a British representative

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Published on 26 Jan 2016 7:36 AM GMT

Netaji’s grand daughter dubs Nehru a British representative
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Faizabad: In between controversies floating on social media over a reportedly fake letter written by Former Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru calling Subhash Chandra Bose a ‘war criminal’. Netaji’s granddaughter RajShree Chaudhary on Monday dubbed Nehru as British representative.

She also said that there was a controversy fabricated by Jawahar Lal Nehru, British Government and Lord Mountbatten in Netaji’s mysterious disappearance.

Nehru a British representative:

She said that calling former Indian PM Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru as a British agent will be small word as he was a British representative not agent. She even alleged that there was a conspiracy fabricated by Nehru, British government and Mountbatten in Netaji’s mysterious disappearance.

Gumnami Baba was Netaji only:

Netaji’s granddaughter said that Faizabad will soon be on the world map when a museum of Gumnami Baba’s belonging will be made here as the world will know that he was none other than Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.

Faizabad a pilgrimage:

Rajshree here paid floral tribute to Gumnami Baba and said that Rambhavan, the place where he stayed is no less than a pilgrimage for her. She also said that she will take the soil of this place to Calcutta as it gives them energy.

Netaji did not die in plane crash:

Rajshree claimed that Netaji did not die in plane crash and it was a controversy of British Government to keep India a British colony. Adding, the motive behind spreading the false rumour was a conspiracy of then Congress government.

She said that she also met Hamid, the 116-year-old driver of Netaji, who resides near Varanasi and he said that he and Netaji laughed aloud when the news of Neatji’s death was broadcasted on radio. Adding, Taiwan government said that no any plane landed before and after August 18’1945 thus, the claim of Netaji’s death in a plane crash does not stand anywhere.

Demanded to start the Mukharjee Commission:

Netaji’s granddaughter said that report of Mukharjee commission also suggests that most of the articles found from Gumnami Baba’s room were very similar to the goods of INA chief but the commission had to close down its work in the middle as UPA government came to power.

She also demanded that commission should start the work on this from the point they left in order to reveal the facts related to Netaji.

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