Saturday, April 11, 2015

Re: [IAC#RG] India against Corruption wants pictures of other freedom fighters on currency notes

I, ofcourse fully agree, being the son of the Adjutant General, Col. D.C. Nag, tasked by Subhash Bose to write up the INA Act and defend this at the INA trial in Delhi 1946. They were committed to lay down their lives to free India from British rule. There is no concrete evidence that Gandhi and Nehru were committed to lay down their lives to free India. They rather 'incited' the people to rebel, and die if required ! They abhorred personal violence.---------Hirak Nag.
On Fri, 10/4/15, AK Bhattacharyya <> wrote:

Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] India against Corruption wants pictures of other freedom fighters on currency notes
To: "rs chhikara" <>, "" <>
Date: Friday, 10 April, 2015, 11:42 AM

I entirely agree with
you.There should be no doubt about the contribution to the
country. With kind

(UK), FIE (India), FIBE, FIRT
H-2A, Hauzkhas, New Delhi -16, Ph:011-26854127

On Thursday, April
9, 2015 11:14 PM, rs chhikara
<> wrote:

Sarbajit .
I entirely
agree with your contentions in Para 3 and Para 6 but not
Para 4. A deeper study of the freedom movement and the
antagonistic actions of Gandhi, Jawahar and other
acolites  would highlight the fact that it is infact
easier to project Subhash as No 1 in your list.His
achievements were not only inspite of but also
of Gandhi. 
said that I will not insist on any change in your priorities
because Subhash will get his due regardless of any thing
else because people of India recognise his place in

RegardsBrig R S

From: Sarbajit Roy

Thursday, 9 April 2015 11:05 AM
Subject: Re: [IAC#RG]
India against Corruption wants pictures of other freedom
fighters on currency notes

Dear Brig Chhikara


for your prompt response.

1) At the outset let me inform you that Netaji
was my paternal
student in patriotism, and the student repaid his
debt to his teacher by saving his teacher's

2) As you may recall
the IAC is part of a larger and ancient patriotic
movement from the 19th century, which is deeply
aware of and immersed
in its history and
pays homage to all those who came before us and on
whose work we build on today, Netaji

3) As IAC is a
pan-Indian movement we have to carefully calibrate our
choices for maximum impact and support. I am
sure you will not
disagree that the first
objective is to dislodge Gandhi and repel his
image from the common psyche rather than
replace him by anybody

4) The 4 names IAC has
proposed were selected after considerable
internal discussions in the wider movements, to
provide an initial
impact, balanced
representations and a better overall shot at success.
Since apparently I shall be personally
spearheading this campaign if
we have to do
so, I would find it far easier to make a case for Tagore
versus Gandhi, rather than Netaji versus Gandhi
for the Rs. 1,000

5) I also want to make it clear that we are
presently not changing the
names IAC is
proposing. I am proceeding for the annual retreat /
meeting of IAC's parent body today, and I
shall certainly faithfully
convey the views
of your INA trust to my seniors.

6) May I also say, humbly, it is also because
of such sectarianisms
that the Govt is able
to successfully divide us. Hence we appeal to
all those with IAC not to press any names at
this stage and focus on
the common larger
objectives of nation building and anti-corruption..


On 4/9/15, rs
chhikara <>
> Dear Sarbajit.
> Thanks for your
> We at
Netaji Subhash Bose - INA Trust believe that Netaji Subhash
Bose was
> not just another freedom
fighter. He was the greatest patriot during recent
> centuries and his contribution to
India's freedom stands well above that of
> Gandhi. The Pseudo Gandhi dynasty is not
worth speaking about.
> There is urgent
need to recognise him as THE NATIONAL ICON of INDIA.
> His ideology and
vision are extremely relevant today.
> Brig R S ChhikaraExecutive Vice
ChairmanNetaji Subhash Bose-INA Trust
From: Sarbajit Roy <>
>  To: indiaresists <>
>  Sent: Thursday, 9 April 2015 8:34
>  Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] India
against Corruption wants pictures of other
> freedom fighters on currency notes
> Dear Brig R.S.
> IAC had
already done the needful, and Netaji Subhash Chandra
> image is also one of those
we suggested, along with Veer Savarkar,
Tilak, Lala Lajpat Rai etc. to be issued in large

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