The Indian Independence League was established in Tokyo. The Indian Independence League operated from the 1920s to 1940s. It was a political organisation.
- The main purpose of the Indian Independence League was to seek the removal of British rule in India.
- The activities of the Indian Independence League were conducted in different parts of Southeast Asia.
- The Japanese encouraged Indians in Malaya to join the League during the Japanese Occupation of Malaya.
- The league was handed over to Subash Chandra Bose after his arrival in South East Asia which later took the shape of the Indian National Army (INA).