New Delhi, Aug 15 : Professor Anita Bose Pfaff daughter of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose has stated that, 75 years after India became able to free itself away the shackles of colonial rule three states that were created in the Indian subcontinent are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the event.One of the most famous heroes of the struggle for independence, Subhas Chandra Bose, however, hasn’t made it back to his home country as of now, Pfaff said in a statement.
Netaji, as his comrades in arms of the Indian National Army (INA) affectionately and respectfully called his name, was a fighter for freedom throughout his entire life, both within the country as well as from overseas.He sacrificed many things for this fight and his peace of mind as well as a family life as well as his profession and, ultimately his life!
His countrymen and women acknowledged his devotion and sacrifice.
They constructed a number of memorials, both physical and spiritual in honor of his memory, continuing to honor his memory to this day in gratitude, in gratitude and even in love.Another impressive monument has been built and will be presented in the most prominent location in New Delhi by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 1 2022, which is the 75th anniversary of India’s independence.Pfaff said.
Inspired by their love and admiration for Netaji, many men as well as women in India are not just remember Netaji.
They also continue to believe that he was not died on August 18th 1945 as a result of an airplane crash and that he could one day be back in his homeland, which was his own.
“But we now can access the original classified investigations of 1945 and 1946.They reveal Netaji died in an unrelated country on the day.Japan offers a temporary for the remains of his body at Renkoji Temple in Tokyo, taken care of in dedication by three generations of priests, and honored by the Japanese people.Many Indians including many of the Prime Ministers of her country have paid tribute to Netaji and to the INA there, too”, Pfaff said.
Modern technology has provided the possibility of sophisticated DNA testing that is, provided DNA is taken from the remains.
“To those who remain skeptical whether Netaji died on the 18th of August 1945, this article gives an opportunity to find evidence from a scientific standpoint that the remains buried in the Renkoji Temple in Tokyo are his.Priests of Renkoji Temple and the Japanese government backed test of this kind as the records in the annexes of the most recent government Indian investigation into the death of Netaji (the Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry) reveal.Let us now prepare to welcome him home,” Pfaff said.
Netaji’s daughter has said that there was nothing in his life was more significant to Netaji than the freedom of his country.There was nothing he wanted more than to live in an India completely free of the rule of foreigners! Since he didn’t live to feel the bliss of freedom, it’s time for him to be buried so that his remains be returned to Indian soil.
“As Netaji’s sole child, I am obliged to ensure that his most heartfelt wish to be returned to his country in freedom is finally fulfilled in this manner and that the proper ceremonies to honor him will be observed.
“All Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis who are now able to be living in freedom, form Netaji’s family! We salute all of you as brothers and sisters! I would like to encourage you to help me in my efforts in bringing Netaji back home,” Pfaff added.