Keeping up the promise, the West Bengal government on Friday declassified 64 files related to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose ending the long wait of 67 years. The files were not only handed over to the family members in a digitalized form, but were also kept on display in a police museum in Kolkata. However, it would be made public for the people only by Monday. According to the reports, the documents are stored in more than 12, 000 pages. The confidential files on Netaji are expected to hold enough circumstantial evidence that he was alive at least till 1964, sources inform.
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