India shared Netaji snooping results with British MI5: reports


New Delhi: The snooping on the family members of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose takes a new turn with reports claiming that the results of the alleged snooping was shared with British Secret Agency MI5.

The two declassified files from the West Bengal government’s Intelligence branch, which were sent to the Intelligence Bureau revealed that the Central government had kept several family members of the Bose family under surveillance for a period of 20 years.

The documents of the sharing of the information between IB and MI5 was found in Britain’s National Archives by Anuj Dhar, the author of ‘India’s Biggest Cover-up’, a book that looks into the mystery surrounding Netaji’s death. The documents show that the Indian authorities passed on the information gathered from the snooping with the British authorities.

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