Home English Articles Govt declassifies all files related to Netaji Bose

Govt declassifies all files related to Netaji Bose

0
SHARE

New Delhi, December 3: Hiding all facts, suppressing the truth, there is nothing else left for the dynasty party to demean itself that it couldn’t seek to rise any further. Dwelled into two parties, one that works for the development of people and keeps the country ahead, while the other prioritizes their own benefits before the nation. Accomplishing and fulfilling the promise, the Modi led NDA government has de-classified all records related to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Azad Hind Fauj and placed them in the National Archives of India. Tangled in mystery and controversy over the death of Netaji Bose, NDA govt would now unravel the mystery of his disappearance on 18 August 1945.

Informing about the development, Minister of State of Culture and Tourism, Prahlad Singh Patel informed the Nation in a written reply in the Lok Sabha on Monday that the government has declassified the files of Netaji Bose. The declassified files and records comprise of a total 304 have been transferred to the National Archives of India for permanent retention. While out of those 304, 303 files have been uploaded on the Netaji web portal.

Keeping the nation in dark, Congress party kept everyone aloof from unravelling the mystery behind the death of Netaji Bose. Expressing gratitude to PM Modi, Grandnephew of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Chandra Kumar Bose said that the NDA govt under the leadership of Narendra Modi made the commitment to the nation that he would declassify all the files pertaining to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and he would unravel the mystery of his disappearance on 18 August 1945. So today the people of the nation and family members of Netaji want closure because there is a controversy that whether he died in the air crash or he survived the air crash.

Chandra Kumar Bose added that the Congress Government has always suppressed the truth. His father Amiya Nath Bose who was in Lok Sabha had taken up the issue with Pandit Nehru, Indira Gandhi for releasing all the papers but no one bothered. For the first time, Narendra Modi responded positively and he started the process of declassification. However, the family is happy that the Prime Minister responded positively and started the process of declassification.

In 2012, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) declassified another 1030 files pertaining to the Khosla Commission and Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry. Out of these, 271 files were released from the Khosla Commission and 759 from Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry. All these files are already available to the public under the Public Records Rules, 1997. The National Archives of India is the custodian of declassified files and records of the Government of India. In addition, in 1997 the National Archives of India had received 990 declassified files pertaining to the Azad Hind Fauj from the Ministry of Defence.

SOURCE: NEWS BHARATI

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here