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Jawaharlal Nehru govt spied on Netaji Bose's kin for two decades

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New Delhi, April 10: This could again add to overflowing cup of woes of Congress. Party which is already pushed to wall by Modi-led BJP in recent elections, will be further cornered by the Saffron party.

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Reportedly, Jawaharlal Nehru Government had spied on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's family. The intelligence sources say that freedom fighter and his family were put under surveillance for 20 years.

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As per India Today report, this shocking information has been revealed through two declassified Intelligence Bureau (IB) files.

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Twitterati has reacted sharply over the issue. People are lashing out at Nehru for such an obnoxious act. Social Media is also questioning BJP government for dilly-dallying to classify Netaji files.

Here are some of the tweets where people have reacted sharply over the shocking revelations.

In past, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy had alleged that the first Prime Minister of India was part of the conspiracy to kill Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Though, Swamy directly blamed Soviet supremo Joseph Stalin for killing Bose in captivity in Siberia, apparently what intrigued BJP leader was that why Nehru didn't speak against the Russian Government's move when he was well aware of the whole planning.

Reacting over the issue, BJP has slammed Congress. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Minister of State for Minority Affairs said as quoted by ANI, "If you see the history of the Congress Party, then, you will see darkness everywhere. There are lots of hidden things about them. Lot of such things come out about them (Congress) and most of them are true".

Meanwhile, Opposition has reacted cautiously. NCP leader Tariq Anwar said, "All this is a part of history, there is not much information available now. As far as Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was concerned, he was a democratic person, I do not think such things have any meaning".

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