Bengaluru, Dec 13: New disclosure by the team of researchers working on Netaji's death mystery has found that a man's face, who was sharing dais with former Prime Minister of India Lal Bahadur Shastri during Indo-Pak talk in Tashkent in 1966 has strong resemblance of 'Subhas Chandra Bose'.
This has come to the fore after a British expert conducted a forensic face mapping of an age old photograph. However the report is yet to be ascertained.
If the report is proven with all facts, then it could act as a piece of evidence to show that Netaji was alive even after two decade when he was formally been declared dead in an alleged plane crash in 1945.
However a news agency claims that the research team has urged PM Narendra Modi to press Russian President Vladimir Putin to disclose secret files during his (PM Modi) visit to Moscow later this month.
Meanwhile Neil Miller, who has presented expert opinion in cases at UK high courts and the International Court of Justice in Hague, in his 62 page report, contended that there is strong similarity between Subhas Chandra Bose and the man who was sharing space with Shastri. [Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose death mystery: Who was 'Gumnami Baba'?]
It could be recalled that at Tashkent in 1966 sudden demise of Shastri left India in a state of shock. It was also believed that Shastri had called his kin before his death and told he would make a big revelation after his arrival to India.
Evidence on Netaji: 'Man photographed with Shastri in Tashkent resembles Subhas Chandra Bose'https://t.co/T8jpps0zgI— Zee News (@ZeeNews) December 12, 2015