A characterized 60-year-old Japanese government report on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's passing made public today infers that the unbelievable freedom fighter kicked the bucket in a plane accident in Taiwan on August 18, 1945, backing the official form.
Bosefiles.info, a UK site set up to record proof on the circumstances encompassing Netaji's demise, today said this is the first run through the report titled 'Examination on the reason for death and different matters of the late Subhas Chandra Bose' has been made open since it stayed characterized by Japanese powers and was kept a mystery by the Indian government.
"The report was finished in January 1956 and submitted to the Indian international safe haven in Tokyo, but since it was a classified document, neither one of the sides discharged it," the site says.
The seven-page report in Japanese and a 10-page interpretation in English achieves the conclusion that Netaji met with an air crash on 18 August, 1945 and passed on at a Taipei healing center the same night.
"Promptly in the wake of removing, the plane in which he (Bose) rode tumbled to the ground, and he was injured," the report notes in its 'Blueprint of the result of the investigation'.
It further records that at "around 3.00 pm he entered the Nanmon Branch of Taipei Army Hospital"; and that at "around 7.00 pm he passed on".
The discoveries additionally express that on "August 22, he was cremated (at the Taipei Municipal crematorium)".
In a more point by point depiction of the occurrence, the report says: "After the plane had taken off and ascended around 20 meters over the ground, one petal of the three-petaled propeller of the left wing was abruptly broken, and the motor tumbled off.
"The plane, therefore unequal, collided with counterbalance heaps, alongside the segment of the air terminal" and "was wrapped on fire in a minute.
Mr Bose, wrapped up on fire, got off the plane; Adjutant Rahmin (Colonel Habibur Rehman) and different travelers endeavored to take his garments off… his entire body was truly injured by blazes."
The Japanese government report on the demise of Netaji, who was 48 years of age then, backs the Shah Nawaz Khan-drove request organized by the then Indian Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru, which had explored the matter later in 1956, as indicated by an official statement issued by the site.