New Delhi: The entire nation is remembering the contribution of the great freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on the occasion of Independence Day. Meanwhile, Anita Bose Pfaff, daughter of Subhas Chandra Bose, who lives in Germany, has demanded the Indian government to bring Netaji's remains to India. Anita Bose has also said that in Netaji's entire life, nothing was more important than the independence of the country.
In fact, the death of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose is claimed to have lost his life in an aeroplane crash. One of the Japanese officials then collected his remains and preserved them at Tokyo's Renkoji Temple. Since then three generations of priests have monitored the remains. In the same sequence, 79-year-old Anita Bose, who lives in Germany, once again said that she is ready for a DNA test of Netaji's remains preserved in a temple in Tokyo, Japan. He also said that the temple priest and the Japanese government also have no objection to the DNA test and are willing to hand over the remains.
In her statement, Anita Bose urged the people of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh that nothing was more important in Netaji's life than the independence of her country. So it's time to at least return his remains to Indian soil. He has appealed to the people to make efforts to bring Netaji's ashes back to his motherland.