New Delhi/Kolkata: Legendary freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose's grandson has expressed hope that the meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Netaji's family on Wednesday would yield some positive result and the truth about his disappearance would be settled once and for all.
"We are acting as the ambassador for the people of India and we believe that Subhash Chandra Bose belongs to the entire nation," said grandson of Netaji, Chandra Bose.
"Netaji was probably one of the first nationalists of India. Prime Minister Modi claims to be a nationalist and keeping that in mind, I feel he will ensure the truth about Netaji's disappearance would be settled once and for all. We are hopeful along with the whole nation, that a positive result will come out of this meet," he added.
Meanwhile, the Trinamool Congress has said that the entire nation deserves to know the truth about Netaji's disappearance.
"The Mamata Banerjee Government took a historic decision to declassify Netaji's files. This is a great example of transparency and we believe that the Centre should do the same because Netaji deserves it and everybody in the nation deserves to know the truth," Trinamool Congress spokesperson Derek O Brien.
Prime Minister Modi will be meeting the family members of Netaji today at his residence where it is expected that they would be requesting him to declassify all files related to Netaji's mysterious disappearance 70 years ago.