Manner of Disclosing Bose Files Raises Doubts – Congress

Congress on Saturday (January 23) pitched for declassifying all files related to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, but said the way Prime Minister Naredra Modi has set about the task, raises doubts about his intentions. “Congress has already said that it would like to see all files to be declassified because attempts are being made to raise a controversy and misguide people of the country through a mischievous political campaign”, Party’s senior spokesman Anand Sharma claimed. Sharma’s remarks came on a day when the Prime Minister made public digital copies of 100 secret files relating to Netaji on his 119th birth anniversary, which could throw some light on the controversy over his death. “The way the Prime Minister has carried this out raises doubts about intentions of Modi government, the nation needs to understand this”, Sharma told reporters here dismissing suggestions by some of Netaji’s relatives that Congress had always tried to suppress truth about Bose. He said the Congress does not want to enter into any debate with any distant relative of Bose. “We respect what has been said by his own daughter. Netaji had only one daughter and what she has said is in public domain and the country must respect her sentiments because she has been anguished by this deliberately created mischief and controversy,” he claimed.

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