New Delhi: Anita Bose, daughter of the country's great freedom fighter and Founder of Azad Hind Fauj (INA) Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, has expressed happiness over the installation of a hologram statue of Netaji at India Gate by PM Narendra Modi. He welcomed the Modi government's decision to install a statue of Netaji. In an interview, Anita Bose, daughter of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, who lives in Germany, said, "Mahatma Gandhi wanted to remove my father from siasat. If my father was alive, the country would not have been divided and a separate country would not have been Pakistan.
What kind of respect should Netaji have got from the Government of India? In response to this question, he said, "I believe that the government could have done a lot in this regard, but the government has hidden some facts. I'm very disappointed with that. The government did not say anything on communal riots and disputes and did not take any concrete steps. It is not in the interest of the country to remain silent on such matters. After 70 years of independence, netaji's ideals and values are now getting recognition. This will send a good message to the country. '
Is the Modi government giving the country's freedom fighters their due respect? On this, he said, "This government should also respect the sacrifices of freedom fighters. They should be recognized. The ina soldiers made no less sacrifice for the freedom of the country. Indira Gandhi was the first Prime Minister of the country who gave recognition to the INA, but she also discriminated. After independence, ina soldiers were not inducted into the army. On the contrary, the soldiers who had committed atrocities on the people of their country by staying in the British Army were inducted into the army. '