30th Dec 1943, NetaJi Subhash Chandra Bose hoisted the National Flag for the first time at the Gymkhana Ground (present Netaji Stadium) in Port Blair. Netaji Bose named Andaman Island as Shaheed and Nicobar Island as Swaraj and appointed INA General AD Loganathan as the governor of the Islands.

And thus The Twin Island became the first Indian Territory freed from the British rule. A full-fledged Government System was introduced. The freedom had arrived with its own land, own currency, own civil code and Administrative Stamp. Azad Hind Government was the first proclamation of freedom for India from the British with Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose as his head of State.

The Military wing INA (Indian national Army) pursued its vicious assault on British forces from the Northern eastern border along the side of Burma. Manipur witnessed another historic moment when INA under Supreme command of Netaji defeated British and captured Indian mainland soil Manipur.  

14th April, 1944, INA troops set foot on Indian Territory at Mowdok in present-day Bangladesh. Another wing led by Colonel Shaukat Malik of the Indian National Army hoisted the Tricolour on the same day for the second time on Indian soil in Moirang with the help of Manipuris like Shri Mairembam Koireng Singh and others who were members of the INA. Moirang became the headquarters of Indian National Army (INA).

The Supreme commander of INA and Honorable President of Indian Government led by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was recognized by 18 countries in no time.  Gen. Shah Nawaz Khan, one of the decorated commanders of INA narrated these historical events in his 1946 book, “My Memories of INA and its Netaji.”

The two historical dates and events were brazenly erased from Indian History to accommodate one lie. Who is the first Head of Indian State? Neta Ji Subhash Chandra Bose or Jawahar Lal Nehru.

Who did it and Why? The story goes like this.

1938 and 1939, Subhash Bose was elected President ahead of Nahru against the wishes of Gandhi. Gandhi ji claim to have neutral and non-political stand is farce and overstated chapter of freedom movement. He conspired, humiliated and ensured Neta ji Bose to makes way for Nehru. And Netaji Bose had to quit Congress. The origin of historical bias against Netaji had arisen here. The court historian completed the rest of the narrative by erasing every historical date and event about Netaji from the History book to appease their master.

16th January 1941, Netaji Bose escaped from his Kolkata house despite being under the watchful eye of British Guard and Spy, his travel to Germany along the route of Afghanistan Turkey, meeting Hitler for strategic bargain are unbelievable stories of courage and perseverance. Sensing an opportunity to align with Japan, Netaji made another heroic life threatening Sea Journey. He boarded a German U Boat Submarine to reach Japan via Madagascar. In between he sailed in a small dingy boat in a shark infested water to embark another waiting Japanese Submarine.  

There is no such parallel to these two heroic journeys ever taken by any Political freedom fighter in the world.  However nothing was found to be important enough in the eyes of Slave Indian Historians to narrate in the History book for posterity.

In Japan, Bose was immediately granted audience with Prime Minister Tojo. And from here began the Journey of INA Indian National Army.

1942, Netaji emergence in Tokyo and galvanizing army of nearly 18000 Soldiers and able leadership of Ras Bihari Bose and A M Nair has caused ripples of anxiety and threat to both British and Congress.

“March to Delhi “Delhi Chalo was the war cry.  He created his Regiment in the name of Rani Ki Jhansi, one of the finest Guerrilla female warriors.

In the next two years, Netaji Bose INA in alliance with the Japanese army defeated British in Burma, Andaman Nicobar and in Manipur. British lost nearly 28000 Indian soldiers to INA.

Numb and shocked, the British prayed for a miracle. The Monsoon had arrived and the forward movement of the army had halted. The trajectory of World war had taken a turn. The use of the Atom Bomb by the USA pulverized Japan in no time to announce unconditional surrender.

On Aug. 18, 1945, Netaji Bose planned his third miraculous journey. Bose boarded an airplane in Saigon (present-day Ho Chi Minh City) and flew to Taihoku (now Taipei) in Japanese-controlled Taiwan. Up to this point, Bose’s movements are undisputed. But what happened next is the subject of fierce dispute.

Aug. 18, 1945, event of disappearance of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose stunned the world.

Deceived by Congress, dethroned by Gandhi, hounded by British and finally discredited by Slave Indian Historians, The First official Head of Independent India Neta ji Subhash Chandra Bose perpetually stayed in popular public memory.

08th Feb 2021, almost 75 years Since the Event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi acknowledging and declaring Neta Ji as the first Prime Minister of India on the floor of the House is an historical moment. Relieving and refreshing, Today Nation has redeemed a Pledge to Neta Ji Subhas Chandra Bose.​

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