Netaji 100 Declassified Files Released by PM
Today Prime Minister Narendra Modi released Netaji Subash Chandra Bose digital copies of 100 declassified files. These files are related to freedom fighter Netaji and hope it will bring out the mysteries related to his death.
Last year, government announced they could declassify the files of Netaji. On December 2015, 33 files were declassified and handed over to National Archives of India (NAI) that made them public.
Today is a special day for all Indians. Declassification of Netaji files starts today. Will go to National Archives myself for the same.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 23, 2016
The NAI planned to release the 25 declassified files every month to the public. In last year October Subash Chandra Bose family members meet Prime Minister and request to release all the files related to Bose. The government assured to release the files and released his related files on his birthday. Netaji was born on 23rd January 1897.
The files were declassified and put into digital display. Prime Minster pressed the button in presence of Bose family and also spoke to them later. Union Minister Mahesh Sharma and Bahul Supriyo were also present.
Including Bose family and several Indians feel there is the mystery in his death. Indian government earlier announced about the Netaji's died in plane crash and it was rejected by researchers. The team involved in the investigation had the evidence of Netaji had lived for several years after the plane crash.
In Bengal, Mamta Banerjee government displayed 64 documents last year for public. Netaji family also insists the government to get the files from Russia, UK, Germany and US that has the files related to his mystery. They feels these files will bring more light on the truth. Many shows their hearty thanks to the government for bring the files to the public.