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The CPM-led Bengal government literally quaked in its boots today when it was discovered by an Opposition politician that Netaji’s portrait at Writers’ Buildings had not been garlanded on his birthday.
The issue was accorded such gravity that chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee felt compelled to term the initial absence of the garland “a lapse” and issue a clarification.Communists had once called Netaji a “quisling” for his support to the Axis Forces but had changed their stand later.Bhattacharjee referred to the shift at a meeting earlier in the day. “Some people are again raising an old issue. Almost a decade back Jyoti Basu had admitted that the communists were wrong in evaluating Netaji. We were wrong in raising questions about Netaji’s patriotism.”
People's War, the mouthpiece of the Communist Party of India (CPI) had published a cartoon on July 19, 1942 during the World War, showing Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose as a donkey carrying on its back Tojo, the Prime Minister of Japan during the war years.
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'the Indian communists began a propaganda campaign against Netaji, slandering his character by describing him as Tojo's dog, and as a result he could not achieve the requisite support from the Indian masses and was forced to retreat from Mairang and Manipur
The undivided CPI had denounced Bose as an “imperialist agent” and “Tojo’s dog” (referring to Hediki Tojo, Japan’s Prime Minister during World War II), although CPM patriarch Jyoti Basu had later apologised for the “mistake” and declared Bose a patriot.' link:-
'SEVEN decades (means 1930s decades) after his party denounced Subhas Chandra Bose as an “imperialist agent” and “Tojo’s dog” (after Japanese Prime Minister Hediki Tojo), CPI general secretary A B Bardhan admitted at a function on April 5 that it was a “mistake on the part of the undivided Communist Party of India not to have recognised Netaji’s indomitable spirit of patriotism”. He added: “I have no hesitation in apologising for this lapse.” link:-