Yajeeji was one of the great followers of Netaji Subhash Chnadra Bose. Netaji’s personality and thoughts were source of inspiration for Yajeeji. He first time met with Netaji in 1928 during Calcutta session of Congress. From that first date to his last breath he was remained a true follower of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
He stood with Subhash Chandra Bose during the most difficult time of Bose’s political career that was Tripuri Session of Congress in 1939 when Subhash Babu had resigned from Presidency of Congress due to difference with Gandhiji and other members of right-wing within Congress.
After resigning from Congress’s Presidency, Netaji felt isolated and floated All India Forward Bloc (A.I.F.B). He strongly criticised Congress demand of ‘Dominion Status’ as he believed that Second World War was right time to launch a national movement for Independence. Meanwhile, Congress led by Gandhiji decided not to not launch any mass movement against British government during WWII.
This decision of Congress was major disappointment for Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and his followers and they felt that Congress was compromising with Indian interests. Therefore, leaders of All India Forward Bloc and it’s associate organisations like Bihar Kisan Sabha led by Swami Sahajanand, A.P. Kisan Movement led by Prof N.G.Ranga decided to organise Anti-Compromise Conference parallel Ramgarh Congress session in 1940.
Yajeeji was instrumental in organising Conference. Nearly twenty one thousand representatives around the country and two lac people were participated in Conference. . The success of Anti-Compromise Conference was proved by mass presence in it that was much higher than Congress session.