Subhash Chandra Bose: Archive Files to Be Released in Digital Form

Netaji related files can now be viewed in the digital format.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that the government will release the copies of 100 files related to Subhash Chandra Bose in digital form, on his birth anniversary today.

Subhash Chandra Bose

The initiative is in sync with the "long-standing public demand" to get to these documents and also encourage researchers to complete further research on Bose, it said. The NAI likewise plans to release digital duplicates of 25 declassified documents on Bose, in the public domain consistently. 

Modi, in his meeting with people from Bose family here on October 14, a year ago, had reported that the administration would declassify the documents identifying with Bose and make them open to public. The primary part of 33 records were declassified by the Prime Minister s Office (PMO) and gave over to the NAI on December 4, a year ago.

"Today is a special day for all Indians. Declassification of Netaji files starts today. Will go to National Archives myself for the same," PM Modi tweeted recently. 

"The National Archives of India (NAI) is putting 100 documents identifying with Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose out in the public space after preparatory preservation treatment and digitisation. On the event of the conception commemoration of Netaji, the Prime Minister will release the digital duplicates of these documents out in the open space," an official statement said.

There's one document from 2006 on the correspondence between Forward Bloc leaders and the central government. One on the development of the Indian National Army memorial. One about presenting a Bharat Ratna to Subhash Bose. One record about the exchange of Netaji's ashes from Japan to India.

The PMO likewise has three documents about the personal life of Netaji Bose, which are not being made open. These are about Netaji's wife, his little girl and his so called other woman in his life. PM Modi has guaranteed Netaji's relatives that ALL the documents in the ownership of his office will be made open. Nonetheless, no due date has been finalized. Despite the fact that all the Netaji records are not being declassified, a critical section in current Indian history is going to be re-composed.

Three each of the records that will be declassified are from the 1970's, 1980's and 1990's, while one was produced in 2006. Just 10 of the aggregate records with the PMO are about the vanishing of Netaji Subhash Bose. The greater part of the documents that are being declassified have as of now been seen by Justice Mukherjee amid his examination.

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