Today, Netaji formed the first 'independent' Indian government, find out the unknown information


August 15 is India's Independence Day. On this day in 1947, India was liberated from British rule But did you know that about 4 years ago, in 1943, the first 'independent' Indian government was formed under Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. And Subhash Chandra Bose himself was at the top of that ministerial meeting established in Singapore.

Subhash left the country in disguise with dust in the eyes of the British police. Then Germany returned to Japan. After Rasbihari Basu took charge of the 'Azad Hind Fauj' in Japan, Subhash decided to form a government. Netaji told the Japanese government that military action was not enough for India's independence, but that a separate campaign was needed. So he wants to establish an independent government.

Similarly, on October 21, 1943, the first “independent” Indian government was established at the Cathay Cinema in Singapore. This government was led by Netaji. In addition to the Prime Minister's Office, he was in charge of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of War Affairs. This was in the cabinet. C. Chatterjee, Lakshmi Saigal S. A. Iyer too. Rashbehari Bose was the chief adviser to this government. This government is recognized by 11 countries (9 of which differ).

Netaji also introduced his own stamps and money. The national anthem of this government was “Shubh Sukh Chain Ki Barkha Barshe Bharat Bhag Hai Jaga.” The government also established its own banks and embassies abroad. When the Japanese government left the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Netaji named them 'Swaraj' and 'Shaheed'. However, Netaji's government did not last long. This government lasted only 1 year and 10 days. This initiative failed after Japan surrendered in World War II.