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Chinks Appear In Relations With Japan
Chinks Appear In Relations With Japan

Tuhin Sarkar
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In the middle of March 1944 the 1st Division of the INA led by Col. M Z Kiani moved towards Imphal in Manipur. Another battalion of the Subhas Brigade moved to the Burma-India frontiers to coordinate the planned actions with Japan s 55th Division in the Arakan segment. In the Arakans the British attack was led by the 31 West African division. While the INA threatened British control of Chittagong in undivided Bengal the main Nippon-INA force advanced towards Manipur and Assam. The INA under Subhas Bose s command had extracted the status of an allied Army whose own laws applied to its own men. Bose had also obtained an explicit assurance from the Japanese government that any part of Indian territory thus liberated would pass under immediate administrative control of the Provisional Government of Azad Hind. Both concessions of Japan were unpopular with Japan s military especially with the generals of the Burma Army. They blamed Subhas Bose s influence on Premier Tojo for the unprecedented concessions Japan had not conceded to Burma after the latter was proclaimed an independent country on August 1 1943. Indeed the Burma Defence Army led by Gen. Aung San who had long relationship with Japan was never allowed to fight alongside the regular Japanese military formations on any battlefield.

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