NEW DELHI: Culture minister Mahesh Sharma on Tuesday reported his ministry has resolved to open up two museums dedicated to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in Delhi and Kolkata. Stating that Bose had not acquired his due in record, Sharma reported the centre in Delhi would be established up via the Indian Countrywide Military.
“We have resolved that via the Indian Countrywide Military, we will make a grand museum on Bose. In reality, we have also spoken to DDA to get house in Delhi,” Sharma reported.
He also reported his ministry was discovering the likelihood of making use of 24 acres of the existing Indira Gandhi Countrywide Centre for the Arts to make the museum, must the proposal to DDA not arrive via. In Kolkata, the museum is currently being planned in the aged Countrywide Library developing.
The museum will screen documents and other items similar to 4 Bengal icons — Bose, Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay and Rabindranath Tagore, and BJP ideologue Syama Prasad Mookerjee.
Sharma reported the society ministry had begun get the job done on three museums in Uttar Pradesh — a Ram museum in Ayodhya, a Kumbh museum in Allahabad and a museum in Gorakhpur that would contain Guru Gorakhnath of Gorakshpeeth, of which Uttar Pradesh main minister Yogi Adityanath is the çhief priest.
Although Sharma verified that get the job done had begun on the museums, he reported additional details were being currently being reviewed.