Indian National Army

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The Indian National Army was the army of Azad Hind. Azad Hind was a state that existed on the territory which would later become India, Pakistan, and Myanmar. During the Second World War, they fought in what is known as Burma campaign today. After the war, Azad Hind was disbanded, and with it, the Indian National Army. The Indian National Army was the brainchild of Fujiwara Iwaichi and Pritam Singh Dhillon.