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The ashes of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose have been claimed to be kept in the Renkoji temple located in Tokyo, Japan. This temple is worshiped every year on 14th August.
The death of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose remains a mystery even today. Netaji is said to have died in a plane crash on 18 August 1945.
Renko-ji Temple is one of the famous tourist places in Japan. It is claimed that Netaji's ashes are kept in this temple. Every year on 14th August this temple.After coming here, Vajpayee wrote, "I am happy to come again Renko ji, where the memory of the great fighter of Indian freedom struggle Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.
Are Netaji's ashes really in Renko ji?
This is a controversial issue, but it is claimed that Netaji's ashes are kept there. In 1999, the Atal Government launched a probe into Netaji Bose's death.The Chairman of the Commission, Justice Manoj Kumar Mukherjee had gone to the Renkoji Temple and the wooden box in which Netaji's ashes were claimed to be kept, did not open the box from him.
After that Mukherjee left from there and asked the Indian Ambassador to give a report about that box. The report said that the inside of the box was brown.The responsibility of overseeing Netaji's funeral was given to Major Nagatomo from the Nippon Army. He was told to the Shah Nawaz Committee, "According to the Buddhist tradition
Does the government also accept such a thing
In March 2007, in an RTI reply, Ajay Choudhary, Additional Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, told that between two candles in a cupboard in Renkoji temple. He had also told that the chief priest of Renkoji temple had written a letter to the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on 23 November 1953, in which he..