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Subhash Chandra Bose


Subhash Chandra Bose's father called him one day while he was in Calcutta. He asked Subhash in the presence of Maj Dada Sarat Basu. Whether Subhash is ready to take the Indian Civil Service exam in England. 

Subhash was given 24 hours to make a decision. In a discussion with his own mind, Subhash was ready to go to England after a long conflict. For this, he had to abandon the plan of psychology research. But there was a conflict in his mind about working under British rule. 

Subhash explained to himself that even if he was able to pass the test with only eight months of preparation, he would still have enough time to make a decision.

There were some problems with the passport. Subhash's past activities were not without flaws in the eyes of the British police.

There were some problems with the passport. Subhash's past activities were not without flaws in the eyes of the British police. One of Subhash's distant relatives who was a high-ranking official in the police department, thanks to his generosity, Subhash's passport was made within six days.

The group of youths with whom Subhash had an affair, tried to discourage him when they heard about Subhash's plan. 

They argued that since one of the members of the group had never come back from England before, Subhash's plan to go there could be dangerous and risky, but Subhash disagreed. According to him, the fact that one member is in danger does not mean that the rest will follow in his footsteps.

The provincial advisor on reading in England was a student at Cambridge University and a professor at Presidency College. He knew Subhash's face and naturally, his idea of ​​an expelled student was not very positive.

When Subhash met him, he too frustrated him and his efforts were nothing but a waste of ten thousand rupees he said. Subhash was not in a position to give up. So he replies on his face that his father wants him to waste ten thousand rupees so he can go to England.

Relying on himself, Subhash set sail for England on 15 September 1919.

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