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Netaji files: Mamata Banerjee slams centre’s reply on RTI, MHA says ‘open to examine new facts’

Two days after Ministry of Home Affairs inferred that Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose kicked the bucket in a plane crash in the year 1945, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said she is stunned by the Center's answer to the RTI recorded on the issue. Addressing news office ANI on Friday, the main clergyman said," I am stunned to see this one-sided choice of the Central Government without proof." Banerjee additionally included that she has drawn PM Narendra Modi's consideration in regards to the matter. 

"I have drawn consideration of PM Modi to this matter and looked for the considered remain of Central Government in such manner," West Bengal CM said. Service of Home Affairs on Friday cleared up that its answers depended on 2006 discoveries. In an announcement, the service stated, "Answers depended on 2006 discoveries. Government is interested in look at new truths when they become exposed." 

Because of a question under Right to Information Act, MHA on Tuesday stated, "In the wake of considering the reports of Shahnawaz Committee, Justice G D Khosla Commission and Justice Mukherjee Commission of Enquiry, the Government has arrived at the conclusion that Netaji has passed on in plane crash in 1945,'' the Union home service said in light of an inquiry under the Right To Information Act on Tuesday. 

The service's reaction gotten solid feedback from Netaji's relatives who depicted the answer as "flippant". "This is a reckless move… How can the administration close Netaji's demise without solid proof?'' asked Netaji's grandnephew and Bengal BJP VP Chandra Bose. All India Forward Bloc (AIFB), the gathering established by Netaji, said the Union Home Ministry has "deluded" the nation by its answer and requested that PM Narendra Modi apologize. 

AIFB additionally requested that the letter by the MHA in answer to the RTI application ought to be canceled. "We will keep in touch with the PM and request his expression of remorse as the union home service has purposely attempted to deceive the country by spreading lies about Netaji's demise. It is a disgrace," AIFB general secretary Debabrata Biswas said on Thursday.

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