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How did the secret radio of Bose’s Azad Hind Fauj come to India from Japan? reveal in book

Bhubaneswar: Equipment for radio experts, along with a secret radio sent by the Intelligence Services wing of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s Azad Hind Fauj (INA), were unloaded from a submarine at Konark in 1944. This has been revealed by Bhubaneshwar’s famous war historian Anil Dhir in his upcoming book ‘Netaji and Odisha: The Untold Stories’.

Dheer has written in his book that in March 1944, an armed Japanese submarine left its safe base in Penang. It had four officers of the secret branch of INA with a powerful transmitter set, who were to land at Konark beach in Odisha.

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According to the book, the team led by Pabitra Mohan Roy consisted of three radio experts – Mohinder Singh, Tuhin Mukherjee and Amrik Singh Gill. Netaji had sent him a direct message before he left on his journey which was related to establishing a radio base in Kolkata (then Calcutta) by any means.