Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose had gone to the village of Sisai, Gumla. This claim was done by former landlord Shivkumar Singh (60 years) of the city village. He said that Netaji came to the city during the formation of Azad Hind Fauj. He also had a meeting in the village. He also presented some evidence of his claim. In which Sivakumar’s ancestor received a note of 10,000 rupees and one thousand rupees issued from Azad Hind Bank established by Subhash Chandra Bose. This note is still with Shivkumar. Simultaneously, Sivakumar’s progenitor Amar Singh received a money order of Rs 3.
Shivkumar meets Vinod Kumar, secretary of District Legal Services Authority, on Thursday, with notes issued by Azad Hind Bank and some documents. They presented notes and other papers before them. It also claimed that this note was given by Subhash Chandra Bose to his ancestors for better work.
He said that the British had given their ancestor Amar Singh 310 acres in three villages of Sisai block. After the end of the zamindari tradition the land government took it. Only 6.12 acres of land left on their name. They are running livelihood by cultivating it.
The Bank was founded in 1943: Azad Hind Bank was established in the year 1943. 10 countries Verma, Croatia, Germany, China, Manchukuo, Italy, Thailand, Philippines and Ireland also recognized the bank and its currency. The bank was issued from 10 rupees coins to a million rupees note.