Unravel the mysterious deaths of Indian leaders!

By: Santanu Dey

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose is the first in the list of quite a few prominent Indian leaders who had sudden deaths shrouded in mystery.

To name a few of them, the first name that comes to mind is that of Shyamaprasad Mukherjee who was very critical of the first PM and had a sudden death in police custody in Kashmir.

The next is that of Air Marshall Subrata Mukherjee who was supposed to have died by choking while having his dinner in a foreign land on one of his official visits.

Last but not the least, which is of course after the demise of the first PM is that of the second and one of the most popular PMs of the country that is Lal Bahadur Shashtri the story of which is known to almost all of us (again a clear trace of Russian hand in this death).
When will all these mysteries be unravelled and the guilty duly punished?

History has been twisted in India

By: Santanu Dey

History of Indian independace struggle that has been so skillfully fabricated post-independence is a total bunch of falsehood. It varies marginally as it appears in the curriculum of various states. There are just four/five names in the list of achievers of Indian independence viz Mr. Gandhi, J. Nehru, Sarojini Naidu (these three names are fixed in all states) and added to them would be one or two names of local characters who have had some contribution (but definitely did not have any direct role) like in the case of Tamil Nadu the name of Subramiam Bharati (the revolutionary poet) would be added.

So any young Indian of today if he or she is asked about Indian freedom struggle and its leading heroes would name only those first three names that have been fed to them in their curriculum.

I do not think there has been any other country in the world where the national history has been twisted with so much of falsehood like it has been done in India. The sole purpose of this whole effort has been to highlight a particular individual so that an image is created of that individual in a way that any descendant/progeny of this individual is an unquestionably accepted leader of the nation, even if this descendant / progeny is a total duffer; or is a person even of foreign origin (who keeps her foreign citizenship for not less than 15 years after her marriage) .

I think time has come to tell the real history of these unsung heroes of Indian freedom struggle who have remained totally neglected. A nation that does not remember its selfless heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice without thinking about the fruit of independence would have to face the wrath of providence.

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