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Anita Bose, a German, said she had approached the Indian government for the DNA test when the Congress was in power but never got a reply.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's daughter Anita Bose said she would soon approach the Indian and the Japanese governments for a DNA test of the ashes at Tokyo's Renkoji Temple.
In an interview with PTI, Pfaff said resolving the mystery shrouding Bose's life and bringing back the ashes to India would be a true tribute to the revolutionary as the country celebrates its 75th anniversary of Independence.
"I, as the daughter of Netaji, want this (mystery) to end in my lifetime. I would soon officially approach the Indian government with the request to conduct a DNA test," she said.