`There is scope for further action to unravel truth on Netaji`
Kolkata: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Friday asked
the Centre to take steps to help reveal the truth about the
mysterious disappearance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.
"There are so many question marks over the mysterious
disappearance of Netaji. Truth should come out," Bhagwat said
replying to a question at a press conference here during his
maiden visit to the state after assuming this post.
On the Centre not taking the Netaji Commission`s report
seriously, Bhagwat said he was confident that there was still
some scope for further action to reveal the truth.
Patriots like Netaji neglected: Mamata
Regretting that patriots like
Subhas Chandra Bose had remained neglected in Indian political
history, Trinamool Congress Chief Mamata Banerjee today
demanded that mysterious disappearance of Netaji be
"Three commissions of inquiry have failed to solve the
mysterious disappearance of Netaji, but this should be
resolved as early as possible," Banerjee, who is Railway
Minister, said after unveiling the bust of the patriot on the
eve of his birthday, at Alipore court complex.
Banerjee said it was regrettable that Netaji had remained
neglected in Indian politics. "True patriots should get their
due honour," she said.
The Trinamool leader said that Netaji`s life and work
should find place in the curricula of school text books.
The function was organised by Alipore court bar
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