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Sugatha Bose referred to Netaji’s resignation letter to the Indian Civil Service at the time. Museum directors mentioned they’d by no means requested NRB for a copy of the letter. He demanded the quick removing of the ‘pretend letter copy’ already on show. He mentioned a photocopy of Netaji’s resignation letter had been with the NRB for greater than 50 years.
‘We didn’t provide you with this letter or something immediately. A pretend monument was positioned in this exhibition opened by the Prime Minister. Investigate who introduced it, ‘mentioned Sugatha Bose. Along with this, another pictures have been additionally mentioned to be pretend. He commented that Victoria Memorial had by no means contacted NRB for the exhibition. He additionally expressed dissatisfaction with the exhibition. That mentioned, this is not the approach to pay homage to a nice chief.
Victoria Memorial falls below the Central Department of Culture. Sugatha Bose, on the different hand, instructed PTI that Victoria Memorial officers had not but responded to her letter. The curator and memorial secretary referred to as Jayantha Sengupta a number of instances however didn’t reply.
‘Today’s presentation was modified in response to my letter. Netaji’s personal handwriting is completely clear. The stretched writing could be simply learn even from a distance. Netaji A Pictorial Biography edited by my father was printed by Ananda Publishers in 1979. It is clear that the organizers made a lot of pictures and copies of paperwork from that e-book. The e-book is copyrighted by the Netaji Research Bureau as a result of most of the pictures are from the NRB archive.