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Rubbishing the report won't do

Congress govt seems to have a lot to cover up here. In 1954 it did not allow Shah Nawaz Commission to visit Taiwan. Luckily, as they cannot control e-mail, Mukherjee Commission could finally confirm from Govt of Taiwan itself that Netaji did not die in a plane crash. UPA govt tried to prevent the panel from visiting Russia, but due to pressure from Left parties, it had to bow down. Ultimately it ensured that panel did not get access to classified KGB files by failing to issue the simple request letter that the Russian Govt asked for.

india Updated: May 18, 2006 18:36 IST

Congress govt seems to have a lot to cover up here.

In 1954 it did not allow Shah Nawaz Commission to visit Taiwan (http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/specials/Netaji/mea.htm).

Luckily, as they cannot control e-mail available now, Mukherjee commission could finally confirm from Govt of Taiwan itself that no Netaji did not die in a plane crash (http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20050204/main9.htm)

But continuing with the cover up attempt, UPA govt tried to prevent Mukherjee Commission from visiting Russia, but due to pressure from Left parties, it had to bow down. (http://www.htcricket.com/news/181_1253564,0008.htm)

But it ultimately ensured that Mukherjee Commission could not get access to classified KGB files by failing to issue the simple request letter that the Russian Govt asked for. (http://www.hindu.com/2005/10/07/stories/2005100706340900.htm)

UPA govt now rubbishes that report saying

1. Earlier commissions had concluded Netaji had died in the plane crash (without mentioning that they were not allowed to visit Taiwan, and the Taiwan govt itself says he did not die in the crash)

2. Mukherjee Commission could not exactly say how he died! (without mentioning that they were not allowed to access classified KGB files, which are believed to contain the records of a prisoner believed to be Netaji)