New Delhi: Present during the repatriation of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s cremated ashes to India Deshanayak’s only daughter Anita Basu Paf said His request, DNA test of Netaji’s remains So that those who express doubts that he did not die on 18th August 1945, their doubts will be cleared. Netajikanya said in the statement
Anita, 79 years old, is an economist by profession and is from Germany He thinks that scientific proof of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s cremation kept in Tokyo’s Renkoji temple can be found only by DNA test. The Japanese government also agreed to this process According to Anita, her father did not taste the freedom of the country So now it is time that at least his last mortal trace should return to Indian soil
On the 75th anniversary of India’s independence, Praveena Anita told the news agency, “Modern technology provides an opportunity for sophisticated DNA testing. But for that, DNA has to be collected from the remains Those who still doubt that Netaji did not die on August 18, 1945, will have an opportunity to present scientific evidence that the remains kept at the Renkoji Temple in Tokyo are indeed Netaji’s.” Pointing to the Justice Mukherjee Commission report, Anita said the priests of the Renkoji temple and the Japanese government have also said this. Agree to the process
“So finally we are all ready this time to bring him back home.” Nothing was more important in his life than the freedom of his motherland Nothing was more desirable to him than to live in India free from foreign rule Since he could not witness the joy of freedom, this is the time when at least his mortal remains can return to Indian soil.”
Anita wrote in the statement that as the only child of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, she wants the dearest wish of her father to return to an independent country, to be properly celebrated.