The book, 'What Happened to Netaji?' by former journalist Anuj Dhar details three prominent theories of Bose's death before zeroing in on what has come to be known as the Faizabad angle to the Bose mystery.

That file, according to the author who has investigated this matter for 15 years, contains an admission that the holy man 'Bhagwanji' of Faizabad was indeed Bose and that the government maintained contact with him.

The book claims that negative DNA tests concerning the teeth belonging to Bhagwanji were result of fudging by the authorities. It also dismissed BJP leader Subramanian Swamy's claim that Netaji was killed in the erstwhile USSR, maintaining that Soviet Union had actually granted asylum to Netaji.

'What Happened to Netaji' was released at India Club in central London in the presence of the former Mayor of Harrow, Mrinal Choudhury and president of the Netaji Subhas Foundation UK Suhas Khale.

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