The spy who had helped Subhas

Bhagatram Talwar, a communist leader of the Kirti Kishan party, had helped Subhas Bose to cross the borders of India and Afghanistan and move to Russia on foot in a daring and adventurous as well as perilous journey in 1941. Bhagatram was later revealed to a British spy working with atleast four countries including Britain, having strongest affiliation with British Indian wing of MI5. He was known as Silver, working with Peter Flaming, whose brother was the chronicler of the James Bond series.

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