The party said that Modi government was also raising an accusing finger against Atal Bihari Vajpayee if it is questioning the decision of previous governments not to declassify the files and alleged that the BJP was trying to appropriate the legacy of Congress leaders.
"Why is the government waiting till January 23, 2016 to make the documents public? Is it because of Bengal polls? They should do it today or tomorrow. Why to keep up the suspense?", party's senior spokesman Anand Sharma told reporters.
Throwing more than adequate hints that the exercise was being undertaken with an eye on Assembly polls, Sharma claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi 'had cried' during the recent visit to the US 'targeting voters in Bihar'.
"It is sad and unfortunate but this is how his mind functions. The Prime Minister is a good event manager," remarked Sharma when asked about the Prime Minister's announcement that government will start unveiling the secret files related to Netaji from January 23 next year, raising hopes about solving the seven-decade-old mystery about his disappearance.
Declaring that 'there is no need to strangle history', Modi told Netaji's family members during a meeting here on Wednesday that he would also urge foreign governments to declassify files on Bose available with them by writing to them and personally taking up with their leaders, beginning with Russia in December.

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