The Great Escape

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose (born 23 January 1897), was one of the most famous Indian nationalist leaders who fought for India's Independence from British rule. To this purpose he founded the Indian National Army (INA) which included a women 's regiment too. In 1941 the British Government put Subhas under house arrest, that is, confined him in his own house. The following narrative describes the exciting and courageous escape of Subhas Bose from the clutches of the British to continue his struggle for India 's freedom. Now learn the lesson in details. All textual exercises are solved.
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