It seems that after Bangladesh independence when Mujib was freed from the Pakistani prison, he addressed a huge rally in which he declared that "Bangladesh is free today proves that Netaji is alive". Later after meeting Indira Gandhi he became mum on the issue. There is another interesting fact associated with this. It seems most of the important and relevant documents pertaining to the Bangladesh war kept in the military records are mysteriously lost as per latest information. However, whether these two are related to each other we do not know. Nor we can decipher the mysterious quotes of a saintly figure in the Basti area of U.P who was known to his followers as Mahakal. This saintly figure made interesting predictions about the fate of the East Pakistan days before the war. He declared in his characteristic charismatic way as it appears in Oi Mahamanab Ase, the book that illustrates the life and sayings of this mysterious character, also called Bhagwanji or Gumnami Baba, "They must pay the price. Who gave them the right (translation mine) to eliminate millions?....Personal approach to God that will be their personal affair. During Holwell movement the news came that the Muslim youth from Dhaka might participate (translation mine)." Now someone is neither going to give or ask for any question. They must pay the price with their lives."......."East and West (Pakistan) will have such terrible situation...One needs to appear as a Nadir Shah to trample on East Pakistan......Them - the Muslims of East Bengal have been so primed as to be in no mood to be united with Hindu West Bengal....Let the Muslims of East Bengal have(get) it seemingly on their own gas first. The next stage shall crop us thereafter . Mahakal is working so actively that Pakistan shall be forced to murder Kutch and Tashkhent." Here he predicts of a terrible massacre in the East, bordering on genocide, that was needed to get international attention and the Indian army in action. He also warns that the Muslims who murdered and raped many innocent Hindus during partition and forced them to leave their land must pay a price with their own blood. He says that the Muslims would have to fight it out first, before any help would be provided to them. He also claims that there would be a subsequent stage whereby Pakistan would "murder" all previous treaties like that in Tashkhent and Kutch and would declare war with India. He continues, "after some years it will be a line written in history that area was known for a short time as Pakistan." Again, after Bangladesh liberation the same Mahakal was very irritated that Mujib did not follow the principles. He warned that there possibly would be something not so good in store for him (Mujib). He warned his followers not to visit Bangladesh after the second week of August in 1975. And in the coup that followed on 15th August 1975 eliminated Mujib along with his family members and took down Bangladesh into a path of chaos and eventual military rule. More information will be shared on this as and when available.