What were the three decisions taken at the Tokyo conference?
The Tokyo Conference: Tokyo Conference met from 28th March to March 31,1942. The Tokyo Conference was attended by about more than 120 delegates from Burma, Malaya, Thailand, Indo-China, Japan, China etc. The Tokyo Conference passed a resolution to form an ‘Indian National Army’. Mohan Singh took over as the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian National Army and Rash Behari Bose was elected as the President. On 26th August 1943 Subhash Chandra Bose officially took charge of the Indian National Army and became its Supreme Commander. At the Tokyo Conference (28 March, 1942), the following decisions were taken:
(i) to expand and strengthen the Indian Independence League.
(ii) to form under the overall command of the League an Indian National Army (INA) i.e., an army for the liberation of India; and
(iii) to hold a Conference at Bangkok to consolidate these decisions.