Kolkata. A day before Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s 126th birth anniversary, his daughter Anita Bose Pfaff said on Sunday that the revolutionary leader was forced to seek the cooperation of fascist countries whose ideology he followed in his fight for India’s independence. did not agree. In the statement, Anita underlined that the countries Netaji approached were only willing to help against a common enemy.
He said, “In his fight for India’s independence, Netaji found himself compelled to seek help from fascist countries even though he did not share their ideology and political agenda. At that time they were the only countries willing to cooperate in the freedom struggle against the common enemy. ,
Repeated demand to bring the ashes back to India
Anita, who is living in Germany, reiterated her demand that the ashes kept in Japan’s Renkoji temple, believed to be of Netaji, be brought back home.
In a statement, he said, “Despite the passing of more than 77 years since his death on foreign soil, his ashes have been laid on foreign soil, he has not been forgotten by many men and women of his country…Parties across the political spectrum who support his ideas and share the ideology and those who do not, pay tribute to their sacrifices for India.
Anita insisted, “Netaji’s ashes should be brought home.”
Tags: Freedom Movement, Subhas Chandra Bose
FIRST PUBLISHED : January 22, 2023, 22:42 IST