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Netaji died in the airplane crash, according to first two government report.

In April 1956, the government of India, in response to the public demand, appointed an inquiry committee consisting of Sarvashri Shah Nawaz Khan, Suresh Chandra Bose (elder brother of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose) and S. N. Maitra, formerly chief commissioner of Andaman and Nicobar, to ascertain the circumstances concerning Netaji's alleged death in an air crash. two members of the committee (Shah Nawaz and S. N. Maitra) came to the conclusion that Netaji was indeed died in an air crash at Taihoku on 18 th August 1945, while Suresh Chandra Bose was not agreed with this report and submitted dissenting report. The Majority report was accepted by the government.   The controversy over the disappearance of Netaji was, however not resolved and demands continued to be made for undertaking another inquiry into the matter because of the rumors of his subsequent appearance elsewhere. In response to the demands of fresh inquiry, in July 1970 G. D. Khosla, retired chief justice of Punja