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Secret file that could unravel mystery of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s death ‘closed’ for 100 years: Report

Even after seven decades, the ‘mystery’ surrounding the death of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose refuses to die.Now, a noted French historian has claimed that the a secret file that could have solved the mystery has been ‘closed for 100 years’.According to a Times of India report, historian JBP More tried to access the said file at the French National Archives. However, the authorities denied him the access and said that the file has been ‘closed for 100 years’.’The letter of the French authorities not to allow me to consult a lone file pertaining to the INA and Bose in Saigon has come as a great surprise to me. This goes to affirm my conviction that Bose’s life ended in Saigon sometime in September 1945. That is why this file has been classified as out of reach for consultation for 100 years,’ More was quoted as saying by the Times of India.The historian, who teaches at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Economiques et Commerciales, Paris, also said that India must now approach the French authorities for the secret file.Also readWas Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose India’s first Prime Minister? Family says soEarlier in July, More had claimed that Netaji didn’t die in 1945 Taipei crash. He had based his findings on a French secret report.”It is not stated in the document that Subhas Chandra Bose died in the air crash in Taiwan. Instead, it is reported that Bose’s present whereabouts were unknown as late as December 1947, which again implies that the French did not buy the theory that Bose died in the air-crash on August 18, 1945,” More had said at that time.Also readInstead of imposing, inspire youth to adopt Vande Mataram: Netaji’s grandnephew CK BoseIndia, however, has maintained that the Azad Hind Fauj founder died in 1945.The Indian government had appointed three commissions to determine the cause of Bose’s death. The Shah Nawaz Committee (1956) and Khosla Commission (1970) said that Bose died in an air crash on August 18, 1945 at Taihoku airport in Japanese-occupied Taipei, while the Mukherjee Commission (1999) concluded that he did not die in an air-crash. The government, however, rejected the findings of the Mukherjee Commission.
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Did Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose die in 1945? New French report suggests he was alive in ’47

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A Paris-based historian recently stumbled on a brief French Secret Service report dated December 11, 1947 at the National Archives of France that says that Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose did not die in the air crash that history suggests.As per report in The Times of India, J B P More said the document claims that Bose was alive in 1947. The air crash occurred in 1945.”It is not stated in the document that Subhas Chandra Bose died in the air crash in Taiwan. Instead, it is reported that Bose’s present whereabouts were unknown as late as December 1947, which again implies that the French did not buy the theory that Bose died in the air-crash on August 18, 1945,” said More, who teaches at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Economiques et Commerciales, Paris, the TOI report said.In this report, it is clearly stated that he was the ex-chief of the Indian Independence League and a member of Hikari Kikan, a Japanese organisation. It is further stated clearly that he escaped from Indochina, though it does not state how.The British and the Japanese too declared that Bose died in an air crash after he took off from Saigon on his way to Tokyo. But the French government had always been silent on the issue, though Vietnam/Indochina was a French colony during the 1940s. So the findings of More attain significance.The Indian government had appointed three commissions to determine the cause of Bose’s death. The Shah Nawaz Committee (1956) and Khosla Commission (1970) said that Bose died in an air crash on August 18, 1945 at Taihoku airport in Japanese-occupied Taipei, while the Mukherjee Commission (1999) concluded that he did not die in an air-crash. The government, however, rejected the findings of the Mukherjee Commission.

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