Hijack a Plane, Get Rewarded by Govt of India

I think it can be very persuasively argued that ignorance lies at the root of all evil that we suffer in this material world. Avidya is the source of all dukkha. Collective ignorance indeed leads to all kinds of poverty, not just material poverty of which India has in truckloads. If we were not so collectively ignorant of the misdeeds of the political parties and their bosses, we would not have ever had the sorry bunch of thugs running the country. Allow me to share with you what I learned today.

Did you know that an Indian airplane was hijacked on Dec 20th, 1978? Indira Gandhi was in prison for her crimes. Here’s what the Wiki notes in the list of aircraft hijackings in the 1970s:

December 20, 1978: Devendra Nath Pandey and Bhola Nath Pandey hijacked Indian Airlines flight IC-410. They demanded the immediate release of Indian National Congress party leader Indira Gandhi who was imprisoned at that time on the charges of fraud and misconduct. Later, they were awarded with party tickets for this act by the Indira Gandhi government in 1980 such that Devendra Nath Pandey rose to become a minister in the government of most populous state of India, Uttar Pradesh. This case was also mentioned by Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale to justify his claim regarding the hypocrisy of the Indian government. {Emphasis added.}

[Hat tip: Aditya Kuvalekar.]

Let me repeat the important bits:

1. Indira Gandhi was in prison for her crimes. She was a criminal serving time in prison.

2. A criminal act was done — hijacking of an aircraft — to free a criminal — Indira Gandhi. (This is not unusual. An Indian Airlines plane was hijacked and taken to Kandahar some years later, which led to the freeing of Islamic terrorists.)

3. The criminals who hijacked the plane were rewarded by Indira Gandhi.

And for that we have the Indian capital’s airport named the “Indira Gandhi International Airport.” Is it any surprise that the Indian parliament and the government is bursting at the seams with criminals and crooks. India is a kakistocracy — rule by the most corrupt and the least principled.

Why is India a kakistocracy? Because Indians are collectively ignorant. Many of us have little bits of information about the criminality of politicians — both past and present — but this information is mostly private and generally not widely known. We have to make this information shard public information so that it becomes common knowledge.

History matters. Ignorance of what happened and why can be seriously damaging. If we don’t know why and how we got to this sorry state of affairs, we will never be able to fix the system. If we are ignorant of how awfully disastrous the Nehru-Gandhi family led Congress party has been for India, we will never be able to set India on a path of recovery because the same mindset motivates the current Congress party.

Let’s work together to collect all the Nehru-Gandhi horror stories into a comprehensive volume. And then let’s make it not just general knowledge but common knowledge.

Author: Atanu Dey


18 thoughts on “Hijack a Plane, Get Rewarded by Govt of India”

  1. This information should be archived and mirrored before Kapil Sibal’s web crawlers get their hands on it. Wouldn’t put anything past Congress cronies. They might have put a Death Eaters’ style taboo jinx on words like “Sonia Gandhi”, “Indira Gandhi”, “Rahul Gandhi ji”. It’s easy these days. (using Google alert)


  2. coincidence Atanu ji.
    I read this story yesterday onWikipedia.
    I was searching for Neerja Bhanot and landed on the page of Air craft hijacking.
    These criminals should be hanged in public with all their minions.


  3. Sadly I couldn’t find any ‘reliable’ references that support this story, although I strongly want to believe it. Alas, the ignorance of Indian media. If someone finds a news reference, please add it at wikipedia entry or post it here.


  4. India would be the only country who dare to honor terrorist supporters by naming prime govt. establishments by their names.

    (((Central Government Schemes))))
    1. Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana, Ministry of Power
    2. Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission (RGNDWM)
    3. Rajiv Gandhi National Crèche Scheme
    4. Rajiv Gandhi Udyami Mitra Yojana
    5. Indira Awas Yojana, Ministry of
    Rural Areas and Environment
    6. Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme
    7. Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission, Ministry of Urban
    8. Jawaharlal Nehru Rojgar Yojna
    9. Rajiv Gandhi Shramik Kalyan Yojna
    10. Indira Gandhi Canal Project, Funded by World Bank
    11. Rajiv Gandhi Shilpi Swasthya Bima Yojana,
    12. Indira Vikas Patra

    (((State Government Schemes)))
    1. Rajiv Gandhi Rehabilitation Package
    2. Rajiv Gandhi Social Security Scheme for poor people
    3. Rajiv Ratna Awas Yojna
    4. Rajiv Gandhi Prathamik Shiksha Mission , Raigarh
    5. Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission, Madhya Pradesh
    6. Rajiv Gandhi Mission on Food Security , Madhya Pradesh
    7. Rajiv Gandhi Mission on Community Health, Madhya Pradesh
    8. Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Corporation Limited (a Govt Company)
    9. Rajiv Gandhi Tourism Development Mission, Rajasthan
    10. Rajiv Gandhi Computer Literacy Programme, Assam
    11. Rajiv Gandhi Swavlamban Rojgar Yojana, Govt. of NCT of Delhi
    12. Rajiv Gandhi Mobile Aids Counseling and Testing Services
    13. Rajiv Gandhi Vidyarthi Suraksha Yojana, Maharashtra
    14. Rajiv Gandhi Mission for Water Shed Management, M.P.
    15. Rajiv Gandhi Food Security Mission for Tribal Areas, MP
    16. Rajiv Gandhi Home for Handicapped, Pondicherry
    17. Rajiv Gandhi Breakfast Scheme, Pondicherry
    18. Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Divas, Punjab
    19. Rajiv Gandhi Artisans Health and Life Insurance Scheme, Tamil Nadu
    20. Rajiv Gandhi Zopadpatti and Nivara Prakalpa, Mumbai
    21. Rajiv Arogya Sri programme , Gujrat State Govt. Scheme
    22. Rajiv Gandhi Abhyudaya Yojana, AP
    23. Rajiv Gandhi Computer Saksharta Mission, Jabalpur
    24. Rajiv Gandhi Bridges and Roads Infrastructure Development Haryana
    25. Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Niwara Prakalp, Maharashtra Govt.
    26. Indira Gandhi Utkrishtha Chhattervritti Yojna Himachal Pradesh
    27. Indira Gandhi Women Protection Scheme, Maharashtra Govt.
    28. Indira Gandhi Prathisthan, Housing and Urban Planning, UP Govt
    29. Indira Kranthi Patham Scheme, Andhra Pradesh
    30. Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojana, State Govt. Scheme
    31. Indira Gandhi Vruddha Bhumiheen Shetmajoor Anudan Yojana, Maharashtra
    32. Indira Gandhi Nahar Project (IGNP), Jaisalmer, Govt. of Rajasthan
    33. Indira Gandhi Niradhar Yojna, Govt. of Maharashtra
    34. Indira Gandhi kuppam, State Govt. Welfare Scheme for Tsunami
    35. Indira Gandhi Drinking Water Scheme-2006, Haryana Govt.
    36. Indira Gandhi Niradhar Old, Landless, Destitute women Maharashtra Govt.
    37. Indira Gandhi Women Protection Scheme , Maharashtra Govt.
    38. Indira Gaon Ganga Yojana, Chattisgarh
    39. Indira Sahara Yojana , Chattisgarh
    40. Indira Soochna Shakti Yojana, Chattisgarh
    41. Indira Gandhi Balika Suraksha Yojana , HP
    42. Indira Gandhi Garibi Hatao Yojana (DPIP), MP
    43. Indira Gandhi super thermal power project , Haryana Govt.
    44. Indira Gandhi Water Project, Haryana Govt.
    45. Indira Gandhi Sagar Project, Bhandara District Gosikhurd Maharashtra
    46. Indira Jeevitha Bima Pathakam, AP Govt
    47. Indira Gandhi Priyadarshani Vivah Shagun Yojana, Haryana Govt.
    48. Indira Mahila Yojana Scheme, Meghalaya Govt
    49. Indira Gandhi Calf Rearing Scheme, Chhattisgarh Govt.
    50. Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Vivah Shagun Yojana, Haryana Govt.
    51. Indira Gandhi Calf Rearing Scheme, The government of Andhra
    52. Indira Gandhi Landless Agriculture Labour scheme, Maharashtra Govt.

    (((Sports/ Tournaments/ Trophies)))
    1. Rajiv Gandhi Gold Cup Kabaddi Tournament
    2. Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Run
    3. Rajiv Gandhi Federation Cup boxing championship
    4. Rajiv Gandhi International tournament (football)
    5. NSCI – Rajiv Gandhi road races, New Delhi
    6. Rajiv Gandhi Boat Race, Kerala
    7. Rajiv Gandhi International Artistic Gymnastic Tournament
    8. Rajiv Gandhi Kabbadi Meet
    9. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Roller Skating Championship
    10. Rajiv Gandhi memorial marathon race, New Delhi
    11. Rajiv Gandhi International Judo Championship, Chandigarh
    12. Rajeev Gandhi Memorial Trophy for the Best College, Calicut
    13. Rajiv Gandhi Rural Cricket Tournament, by Rahul Gandhi in Amethi
    14. Rajiv Gandhi Gold Cup (U-21), football
    15. Rajiv Gandhi Trophy (football)
    16. Rajiv Gandhi Award for Outstanding Sportspersons
    17. All Indira Rajiv Gandhi Basketball(Girls) Tournament, Delhi
    18. All India Rajiv Gandhi Wrestling Gold Cup, organized by Delhi State
    19. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Jhopadpatti Football Tournament, Rajura
    20. Rajiv Gandhi International Invitation Gold Cup Football, Jamshedpur
    21. Rajiv Gandhi Mini Olympics, Mumbai
    22. Rajiv Gandhi Beachball Kabaddi Federation
    23. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Trophy Prerana Foundation
    24. International Indira Gandhi Gold Cup Tournament
    25. Indira Gandhi International Hockey Tournament
    26. Indira Gandhi Boat Race
    27. Jawaharlal Nehru International
    Gold Cup Football Tournament.
    28. Jawaharlal Nehru Hockey Tournament.

    1. Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, Delhi
    2. Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi
    3. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi
    4. Rajiv Gandhi Sports Stadium, Bawana
    5. Rajiv Gandhi National Football Academy, Haryana
    6. Rajiv Gandhi AC Stadium, Vishakhapatnam
    7. Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Pondicherry
    8. Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Nahariagun, Itanagar
    9. Rajiv Gandhi Badminton Indoor Stadium, Cochin
    10. Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Kadavanthra,Ern akulam
    11. Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex , Singhu
    12. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Sports Complex, Guwahati
    13. Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
    14. Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Cochin
    15. Indira Gandhi Stadium, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh
    16. Indira Gandhi Stadium, Una, Himachal Pradesh
    17. Indira Priyadarshini Stadium, Vishakhapatnam
    18. Indira Gandhi Stadium, Deogarh, Rajasthan
    19. Gandhi Stadium, Bolangir, Orissa

    (((Airports/ Ports)))
    1. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, New Hyderabad, A.P.
    2. Rajiv Gandhi Container Terminal, Cochin
    3. Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi
    4. Indira Gandhi Dock, Mumbai
    5. Jawaharlal Nehru Nava Sheva Port Trust, Mumbai

    ((((Universitie s/ Education Institutes)))
    1. Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management, Shilong
    2. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Aeronautics, Ranchi, Jharkhand
    3. Rajiv Gandhi Technical University, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal, M.P.
    4. Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Kharagpur, Kolkata
    5. Rajiv Gandhi Aviation Academy, Secundrabad
    6. Rajiv Gandhi National University ofLaw, Patiala, Punjab
    7. Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Tamil Nadu
    8. Rajiv Gandhi Aviation Academy, Begumpet, Hyderabad, A.P
    9. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kottayam, Kerala
    10. Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering Research&Techno logy, Maharashtra
    11. Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering, Airoli, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra
    12. Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh
    13. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Chola Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka
    14. Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya , Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal, M.P.
    15. Rajiv Gandhi D.e.d. College, Latur, Maharashtra
    16. Rajiv Gandhi College, Shahpura, Bhopal
    17. Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Rajiv Gandhi Institute, New Delhi
    18. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Raebareli, U.P.
    19. Rajiv Gandhi Homeopathic Medical College, Bhopal, M.P.
    20. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Post Graduate Studies, East Godavari District, A.P.
    21. Rajiv Gandhi College of Education, Thumkur, Karnataka
    22. Rajiv Gandhi College of Veterinary&Anim al Sciences, Tamil Nadu
    23. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of IT and Biotechnology, Bhartiya Vidhyapeeth
    24. Rajiv Gandhi High School, Mumbai, Maharashtra
    25. Rajiv Gandhi Group of Institutions, Satna, M.P.
    26. Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering, Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu
    27. Rajiv Gandhi Biotechnology Centre, R.T.M., Nagpur University
    28. Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapu ram, Kerala
    29. Rajiv Gandhi Mahavidyalaya, Madhya Pradesh
    30. Rajiv Gandhi Post Graduate College, Allahabad, U.P.
    31. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka
    32. Rajiv Gandhi Govt. PG Ayurvedic College, Poprola, Himachal Pradesh
    33. Rajiv Gandhi College, Satna, M.P.
    34. Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology, Thiruvananthapu ram, Kerala
    35. Rajiv Gandhi Madhyamic Vidyalaya, Maharashtra
    36. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Contemporary Studies, Islamabad, Pakistan
    37. Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurshi p
    38. Rajiv Gandhi Industrial Training Centre, Gandhinagar
    39. Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies, Andhra Pradesh
    40. Rajiv Gandhi Institute Of DistanceEducation, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
    41. Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Aquaculture , Tamil Nadu
    42. Rajiv Gandhi University (Arunachal University), A.P.
    43. Rajiv Gandhi Sports Medicine Centre (RGSMC), Kerela
    44. Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre, Mauritus
    45. Rajiv Gandhi Kala Mandir, Ponda, Goa
    46. Rajiv Gandhi Vidyalaya, Mulund, Mumbai
    47. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Polytechnic, Bangalore, Karnataka
    48. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Circle Telecom Training Centre (India), Chennai
    49. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Pharmacy, Kasagod, Kerala
    50. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College Of Aeronautics, Jaipur
    51. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial First GradeCollege, Shimoga
    52. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College of Education, Jammu&Kashmir
    53. Rajiv Gandhi South Campus, Barkacha, Varanasi
    54. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Teacher’s Training College, Jharkhand
    55. Rajiv Gandhi Degree College, Rajahmundry, A.P.
    56. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi
    57. Indira Gandhi Institute of Development&Res earch, Mumbai, Maharashtra
    58. Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy, Dehradun
    59. Indira Gandhi RashtriyaUran Akademi, Rae Bareli, Uttar Pradesh
    60. Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
    61. Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Orissa
    62. Indira Gandhi B.Ed. College, Mangalore
    63. Smt. Indira Gandhi College of Education, Nanded, Maharashtra
    64. Indira Gandhi Balika Niketan B.ED. College, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan
    65. Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya , Raipur, Madhya Pradesh
    66. Smt. Indira Gandhi College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra
    67. Smt. Indira Gandhi Colelge, Tiruchirappalli
    68. Indira Gandhi Engineering College, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh
    69. Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kashmere Gate, Delhi
    70. Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, Sarang, Dist. Dhenkanal,Orissa
    71. Indira Gandhi Institute of Aeronautics, Pune, Maharashtra
    72. Indira Gandhi Integral Education Centre, New Delhi
    73. Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education&Sport s Sciences, Delhi
    74. Indira Gandhi High School, Himachal
    75. Indira Kala Sangit Vishwavidyalaya , Chhattisgarh
    76. Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla
    77. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kukatpally, Andhra Pradesh
    78. Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarakashi
    79. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Business Management, Vikram University
    80. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
    81. Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore
    82. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kukatpally, AP
    83. Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College in Aurangabad, Maharashtra
    84. Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore
    85. Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Social Studies, affiliated(Pune , Maharashtra)
    86. Jawaharlal Nehru College of Aeronautics&App lied Sciences, Coimbatore
    87. Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Tech, Katraj, Dhankwdi, Pune, Maharashtra
    88. Kamal Kishore Kadam’s Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering CollegeMaharash tra
    89. Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Education&Techn ological Research, Nanded, Maharashra
    90. Jawaharlal Nehru College, Aligarh
    91. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad
    92. Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya , Jabalpur
    93. Jawaharlal Nehru B.Ed. College, Kota, Rajasthan
    94. Jawaharlal Nehru P.G. College, Bhopal
    95. Jawaharlal Nehru Government Engineering College, Sundernagar, H.P.
    96. Jawaharlal Nehru PublicSchool, Kolar Road, Bhopal
    97. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada, A.P.
    98. Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Technology, Ibrahimpatti, Andhra Pradesh

    1. Rajiv Gandhi Award for Outstanding Achievement
    2. Rajiv Gandhi Shiromani Award
    3. Rajiv Gandhi Shramik Awards, Delhi Labour Welfare Board
    4. Rajiv Gandhi National Sadbhavana Award
    5. Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Award
    6. Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Conservation Award
    7. Rajiv Gandhi National Award Scheme for Original Book Writing on Gyan Vigyan
    8. Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award
    9. Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award
    10. Rajiv Gandhi Environment Award for Clean Technology, Govt. of India
    11. RajivGandhi Travelling Scholarship
    12. Rajiv Gandhi(UK) Foundation Scholarship
    13. Rajiv Gandhi Film Awards (Mumbai)
    14. Rajiv Gandhi Khelratna Puraskar
    15. Rajiv Gandhi Parisara Prashasti, Karnataka
    16. RajivGandhi Vocational Excellence Awards
    17. Rajiv Gandhi Excellence award
    18. Indira Gandhi Peace Prize
    19. Indira Gandhi Prize for National Integration
    20. Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award
    21. Indira Priyadarshini Vrikshamitra Awards, Ministry of Environment and Forests
    22. Indira Gandhi Memorial National Award forBest Environmental&E cological
    23. Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Purashkar
    24. Indira Gandhi NSS Award
    25. Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration
    26. Indira Gandhi Official Language Award Scheme
    27. Indira Gandhi Award for Best First Film
    28. Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Awards for The Town Official Language
    29. Indira Gandhi Prize” for Peace, Disarmament and Development
    30. Indira Gandhi Prize for Popularization of Science
    31. Implementation
    32. Indira Gandhi Shiromani Award
    33. Indira Gandhi NSS Award/National Youth
    34. Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Pushar award – search n correct
    35. Indira Gandhi N.S.S Awards
    36. Indira Gandhi award for social service, MP Govt.
    37. Post Graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship Scheme
    38. Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Award Scheme
    39. Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Shield Scheme
    40. Indira Gandhi Vision of Wildlife Conservation Zoo
    41. Jawaharlal Nehru award for International peace
    42. Soviet Land Nehru Award, a cash prize of Rs. 20,000 given to Shyam Benegal in Dec 89, in recognition of the above film.
    43. Jawaharlal Nehru Balkalyan awards of Rs.10,000 each to 10 couples by Govt. of Maharashtra (ToI-28-4-89).
    44. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund,New Delhi, for Academic Achievement
    45. Jawaharlal Nehru birth centenaryresearch award for energy
    46. Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding
    47. Nehru Bal Samiti Bravery Awards
    48. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Medal
    49. Jawaharlal Nehru Prize” from 1998-99, to be given to organizations (preferably NGOs) for Popularization of Science.
    50. Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Competition
    51. Jawarharlal Nehru Student Award for research project of evolution of DNA

    ((((Scholarship / Fellowship))))
    1. Rajiv Gandhi Scholarship Scheme for Students with Disabilities
    2. Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship Scheme for SC/ST Candidates, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
    3. Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship Scheme for ST Candidates
    4. Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship, IGNOU
    5. Rajiv Gandhi Science Talent Research Fellows
    6. Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship, Ministry of Tribal Affairs
    7. Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship Scheme
    8. Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship sponsored
    9. Rajiv Gandhi science talent research fellowship
    10. Rajiv Gandhi HUDCO Fellowships in the Habitat Sector
    11. Indira Gandhi Memorial Fellowships check
    12. Fullbright scholarship now renamed Fullbright- Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarship
    13. Cambridge Nehru Scholarships, for research at Cambridge Univ, London
    14. Scheme of Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowships for Post-graduate Studies
    15. Nehru Centenary (British) Fellowships/ Awards

    (((National Parks/ Sanctuaries/ Museums)))
    1. Rajiv Gandhi (Nagarhole) Wildlife Sanctury, Karnataka
    2. Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctury, Andhra Pradesh
    3. Indira Gandhi National Park, Tamil Nadu
    4. Indira Gandhi Zoological Park , New Delhi
    5. Indira Gandhi National Park, Anamalai Hills on Western Ghats
    6. Indira Gandhi Zoological Park, Vishakhapatnam
    7. Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS)
    8. Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary, Pollachi
    9. Rajiv Gandhi Health Museum
    10. The Rajiv Gandhi Museum of Natural History
    11. Indira Gandhi Memorial museum, New Delhi
    12. Jawaharlal Nehru museum in Aurangabad, Maharashtra opened bystate govt.
    13. Jawaharlal Nehru memorial Gallery, London
    14. Jawaharlal Nehru planetarium, Worli, Mumbai.
    15. Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Exhibition for Children

    ((((Hospitals/ Medical Institutions)))
    1. Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science, Bangalore, Karnataka
    2. Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute&Resea rch Centre, Delhi
    3. Rajiv Gandhi Home for Handicapped, Pondicherry
    4. Shri Rajiv Gandhi college of Dental Science&Hospita l, Bangalore, Karnataka
    5. Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Bio Technology, Thiruvanthapura m, Kerala
    6. Rajiv Gandhi College of Nursing, Bangalore, Karnataka
    7. Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital, Raichur
    8. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases, Bangalore, Karnataka
    9. Rajiv Gandhi Paramedical College, Jodhpur
    10. Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Thane, Mumbai
    11. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Pharmacy, Karnataka
    12. Rajiv Gandhi Hospital, Goa
    13. Rajiv Gandhi Mission on Community Health, Madhya Pradesh
    14. Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital, Delhi
    15. Rajiv Gandhi Homoeaopathic Medical College, Chinar Park, Bhopal, M.P
    16. North Eastern Indira Gandhi of Health&Medical Sciences, Meghalaya
    17. Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla
    18. Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health, Bangalore
    19. Indira Gandhi Institute of MedicalSciences, Sheikhpura, Patna
    20. The Indira Gandhi Paediatric Hospital, Afghanistan
    21. Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health Hospital, Bangalore
    22. Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Heath, Bangalore
    23. Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla
    24. Indira Gandhi Institute of Dental Science, Kerala
    25. Indira Gandhi Memorial Ayurvedic Medical College&Hospita l, Bhubaneshwar
    26. Indira Gandhi Government Medical College and Hospital, Nagpur
    27. Indira Gandhi Eye Hospital And Research Centre, Kolkata
    28. Indira Gandhi Hospital, Shimla
    29. Indira Gandhi Women and Children Hospital , Bhopla
    30. Indira Gandhi Gas Relief hospital, Bhopal
    31. Kamla Nehru Hospital, Shimla
    32. Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya
    33. Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education
    34. Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospitaland Research Centre, Bhopal
    35. Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College in Raipur.
    36. Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College&Hospita l, New Delhi
    37. Nehru, Science Centre, Worli, Mumbai
    38. Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital&Resear ch Centre, Bhopal
    39. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Homoeopathic Medical, Maharashtra

    (((Institutions / Chairs / Festivals)))
    1. Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development. (RGNIYD)
    2. Rajiv Gandhi National Ground Water Training&Resear ch Inst, Haryana
    3. Rajiv Gandhi Food Security Mission in Tribal Areas
    4. Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development
    5. Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission, Chhattisgarh
    6. Rajiv Gandhi Chair Endowment established in 1998
    7. Rajiv Gandhi Project – A pilot to provide Education thru Massive Satellite Connectivity up grassroot Level
    8. Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Corporation Limited (Government of Karnataka Enterprise)
    9. Rajiv Gandhi Information and Technology Commission
    10. Rajiv Gandhi Chair for Peace and Disarmament
    11. Rajiv Gandhi Music Festival
    12. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Lecture
    13. Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Diwas
    14. Rajijiv Gandhi Education Foundation, Kerala
    15. Rajiv Gandhi Panchayati Raj Convention
    16. The Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Educational and Charitable Society, Kasagod,Kerala
    17. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial trophy ekankika spardha,Kari Road
    18. Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Janpath, New Delhi
    19. Indira Gandhi Panchayati Raj&Gramin Vikas Sansthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan
    20. Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam
    21. Indira Gandhi Institute for Development and Research , Mumbai
    22. Indira Gandhi Institute of Cardiology (IGIC), Patna
    23. Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, New Delhi
    24. Indira Gandhi National Foundation, Thiruvananthapu ram, Kerala
    25. Indira Gandhi Mahila Sahakari Soot Girani Ltd, Maharashtra
    26. Indira Gandhi Conservation Monitoring Centre , Ministry of Envir&Forest
    27. Post-Graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child
    28. Jawahar Shetkari Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd.
    29. Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan
    30. Jawaharlal Nehru Centenary celebrations
    31. Postal stamps of different denominations and one Rupee coins in memory of Jawaharlal Nehru.
    32. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust(U.K.) Scholarships
    33. Jawaharlal Nehru Custom House Nhava Sheva, Maharashtra
    34. Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for. Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore
    35. Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Centre,Embassy of India, Moscow
    36. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Udyog Kendra for Juveniles, Pune, Maharastra
    37. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru college of agriculture and research, Pondicherry

    ((Roads/ Buildings/ places)))
    1. Rajiv Chowk, Delhi
    2. Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, Safdarjung, New Delhi
    3. Rajiv Gandhi Handicrafts Bhawan, New Delhi
    4. Rajiv Gandhi Park, Kalkaji, Delhi
    5. Indira Chowk, New Delhi
    6. Nehru Planetarium, New Delhi
    7. Nehru Yuvak Kendra, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
    8. Nehru Nagar, New Delhi
    9. Nehru Place, New Delhi
    10. Nehru Park, New Delhi Nehru House, BSZ Marg, New Delhi
    11. Jawaharlal Nehru Government House New Delhi
    12. Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Park, Gurgaon, Haryana
    13. Rajiv Gandhi Chowk, Andheri, Mumbai
    14. Indira Gandhi Road, Mumbai
    15. Indira Gandhi Nagar, Wadala, Mumbai
    16. Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, Mulund, Mumbai
    17. Nehru Nagar, Kurla, Mumbai
    18. Jawaharlal Nehru gardens at Thane, Mumbai
    19. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Hall, Chennai
    20. Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Vadapalani, Chennai, Tamilnadu


    1. Ashish Deodhar,

      Thanks for the link.

      Also, please substantiate your accusation of racism or else retract it immediately. I suggest looking up the definition of racism, for a start.



  5. Atanu

    I had pointed out your racist comments in one of your earlier posts here http://www.deeshaa.org/2011/11/21/of-brown-sahibs-and-their-gora-memsabhib-boss/.

    You again resorted to racism in a recent post http://www.deeshaa.org/2011/12/20/yes-india-is-a-democracy/ where you implied (I might point out rather uselessly) that India is being ruled by white people (and you didn’t seem quite happy about that! Rather hypocritical of you, I might add, considering that you’ve willingly accepted nationality of a country ruled by “white people”)

    If that’s not substantial for you, I wonder what is!

    I have been a long-time visitor to your blog and I share your anger against the governance system in general and your dislike for the Congress party in particular. But mounting a personal attack on someone because of his/her skin colour, race, religion etc. is quite abhorrent. I have said this earlier on this blog that you would serve the purpose better if you raise the really important issues (and there are quite a few of them) instead of playing to the gallery.


  6. Atanu, how dare you criticize a – perhaps the only – liberal and secular political party in India? Do you want to thrust Indians into the mouth of madness as exemplified by rest of the communal parties? Congress is the only viable choice.


  7. Wikipedia is already cowed down. For example, it is 100% reticent about why Indira Gandhi was kicked out of Shantiniketan. What a family, not a single decent degree beyond high school. But then, Professor Doctor PhD economist is peeing his pants on a daily basis too.


  8. Atanu- I found the following write on the link below. The author of this blog has quoted few books (with ISBN numbers,). Some books like reminiscences of Nehru age written by Mathai, Nehru’s secretory are banned. The article is good starting point for somebody wanting to research Nehru Gandhi dynasty. I am sure Sibby will get all such website banned, once he reads them.


    Some hidden facts about the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty
    By Bhagat on May 5th, 2011

    Some hidden facts about the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty
    The Nehru-Gandhi dynasty starts with the Mughal man named Ghiyasuddin Ghazi. He was the City Kotwal i.e. police officer of Delhi prior to the uprising of 1857, under the Mughal rule. After capturing Delhi in 1857, in the year of the mutiny, the British were slaughtering all Mughals everywhere. The British made a thorough search and killed every Mughal so that there were no future claimant to the throne of Delhi. The Hindus on the other hand were not targeted by the British unless isolated Hindus were found to be siding with the Mughals, due to past associations. Therefore, it became customary for many Mohammedans to adopt Hindu names. So, the man Ghiyasuddin Ghazi (the word means kafir-killer) adopted a Hindu name Gangadhar Nehru and thus saved his life by the subterfuge. Ghiyasuddin Ghazi apparently used to reside on the bank of a canal (or Nehr) near the Red Fort. Thus, he adopted the name ‘Nehru’ as the family name. Through out the world, we do not find any descendant other than that of Gangadhar, having the surname Nehru. The 13th volume ofthe “Encyclopedia of Indian War of Independence” (ISBN:81-261-3745-9) by M.K. Singh states it elaborately. The Government of India have been hiding this fact.

    City Kotwal was an important post like today’s Commissioner of Police. It appears from Mughal records that there was no Hindu Kotwal employed. It was extremely unlikely for a Hindu to be hired for that post. Compulsorily only Mohammedans of foreign ancestry were hired for such important posts.
    Jawaharlal Nehru’s second sister Krishna Hutheesing also mentions in her memoirs that her grandfather was the city Kotwal of Delhi prior to 1857’s uprising when Bahadur Shah Zafar was still the sultan of Delhi. Jawaharlal Nehru, in his autobiography, states that he have seen a picture of his grandfather which portrays him like a Mughal nobleman. In that picture it appears that he was having long & very thick beard, wearing a Muslim cap and was having two swords in his hands. Jawaharlal Nehru also states in his autobiography that on their way to Agra (a seat of Mughal influence) from Delhi, the members of his grand father’s family were detained by the British. The reason for the detention was their Mughal features. They however pleaded that they were Kashmiri Pandits and thus got away. The Urdu literature of the 19thcentury, especially the works of Khwaja Hasan Nizami, are full of the miseries that the Mughals and Mohammedans have to face then. They also describe how Mughals escaped to other cities to save their lives. In all probability, Jawahar Nehru’s Mughal grandfather and his family were among them.

    Jawaharlal Nehru was a person that India adores. He was undoubtedly a very sound politician and a gifted individual. But, the Government of India has not built a memorial of Jawaharlal Nehru at his birth place 77 Mirganj in Allahabad, because it is a brothel. The entire locality is a well known red light area since long. It has not become a brothel recently, but it has been a brothel even before Jawaharlal Nehru’s birth. A portion of the same house was sold by his father Motilal Nehru to a prostitute named Lali Jaan and it came to be known as “Imambada”. If you have some doubt, you may visit the place. Several dependable sources and also encyclopedia.com & Wikipedia say this. Motilal Nehru along with his family, later shifted to Anand Bhawan. Remember that Anand Bhawan is Jawaharlal Nehru’s ancestral house and not his birth place.
    M. O. Mathai of Indian Civil Service served as the Private Secretary to Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Mathai has written a book “Reminiscences of the Nehru Age” (ISBN-13: 9780706906219).In the book Mathai reveals that there was intense love affair between Jawaharlal Nehru and Edwina Mountbatten (wife of the last Viceroy to India, Louis Mountbatten). The romance was a source of great embarrassment for Indira Gandhi, who used to seek Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s help in persuading her father to be little discreet about their relationship.

    Nehru with Lady Mountbotten
    Also Nehru had love affair with Sarojini Naidu’s daughter Padmaja Naidu, whom Nehru got appointed as the Governorof Bengal. It is revealed that he used to keep her portrait in his bed room, which Indira would often remove. It caused some tension between father and daughter.

    Apart from these ladies, Pandit Nehru had an affair with a sanyasin from Benares named Shraddha Mata. She was an attractive Sanskrit scholar well versed in the ancient Indian scriptures and mythology. When she conceived out of their illicit relationship, in 1949, in a convent in Bangalore, she insisted that Nehru should marry her. But, Nehru declined that because it could affect his political career. A son was born and he was kept at a Christian Missionary Boarding School. His date of birth is estimated to be 30th May, 1949. He may be in his early sixties now. Convents in such matters maintain secrecy to prevent humiliation of the child. Though Mathai confirmed the existence of the child, no efforts have ever been made to locate him. He must have grown up as a Catholic Christian blissfully ignorant of who his father was.
    Nehru and Shradda Mata

    Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee were competitors of Jawaharlal Nehru for the post of Prime Minister of India and both of them died under mysterious circumstances.
    Knowing all these facts, is there any meaning of celebrating Nehru’s birthday as Children’s Day? Presenting him as a different person to our children and hiding the truth, amounts to denying education to them.

    As per the book “The great divide: Muslim separatism and partition” (ISBN-13:9788121205917) by S.C. Bhatt— Jawaharlal Nehru’s sister Vijaya Lakshmi eloped with her father’s employee Syud Hussain. Then Motilal Nehru forcefully took her back and got her married with another man named Ranjit Pandit.

    Indira Priyadarshini perpetuated immorality in the Nehru dynasty. Intellectual Indira was admitted in Oxford University but driven out from there for non-performance. She was then admitted to Shantiniketan University but, Guru Dev Rabindranath Tagore chased her out for bad conduct.
    After driven out of Shantiniketan, Indira became lonely as father was busy with politics and mother was dieing of tuberculosis in Switzerland. Playing with her loneliness, Feroze Khan, son of a grocer named Nawab Khan who supplied wines etc to Motilal Nehru’s household in Allahabad, was able to draw close to her. The then Governor of Maharashtra, Dr. Shriprakash warned Nehru, that Indira was having an illicit relation with Feroze Khan. Feroze Khan was then in England and he was quite sympathetic to Indira. Soon enough she changed her religion, became a Muslim woman and married Feroze Khan in a London mosque. Indira Priyadarshini Nehru changed her name to Maimuna Begum. Her mother Kamala Nehru was totally against that marriage. Nehru was not happy as conversion to Muslim will jeopardize her prospect of becoming Prime Minister.
    So, Nehru asked the young man Feroze Khan to change his surname from Khan to Gandhi. It had nothing to do with change of religion from Islam to Hinduism. It was just a case of a change of name by an affidavit. And so Feroze Khan became Feroze Gandhi, though it is an inconsistent name like Bismillah Sarma. Both changed their names to fool the public of India. When they returned to India, a mock vedic marriage was instituted for public consumption. Thus, Indira and her descendants got the fancy name Gandhi. Both Nehru and Gandhi are fancy names. As a chameleon changes its colour, this dynasty have been changing its name to hide its real identity.

    Indira Gandhi had two sons namely Rajiv Gandhi and Sanjay Gandhi. Sanjay was originally named as Sanjiv that rhymed with Rajiv, his elder brother’s name. Sanjiv was arrested by the British police for a car theft in the UK and his passport was seized. On Indira Gandhi’s direction, the then Indian Ambassador to UK, Krishna Menon misusing his power, changed his name to Sanjay and procured a new passport. Thus Sanjiv Gandhi came to be known as SanjayGandhi.
    It is a known fact that after Rajiv’s birth, Indira Gandhi and Feroze Gandhi lived separately, but they were not divorced. The book “The Nehru Dynasty” (ISBN 10: 8186092005 ) by K. N. Rao states that the second son of Indira (or Mrs. Feroze Khan) known as Sanjay Gandhi was not the son of Feroze Gandhi. He was the son of another Muslim gentleman named Mohammad Yunus.

    Interestingly Sanjay Gandhi’s marriage with the Sikh girl Menaka took place in Mohammad Yunus’ house in New Delhi. Apparently Yunus was unhappy with the marriage as he wanted to get him married with a Muslim girl of his choice. It was Mohammad Yunus who cried the most when Sanjay Gandhi died in plane crash. In Yunus’ book, “Persons, Passions & Politics” (ISBN-10: 0706910176) one can discover that baby Sanjay was circumcised following Islamic custom.
    It is a fact that Sanjay Gandhi used to constantly blackmail his mother Indira Gandhi, with the secret of who his real father is. Sanjay exercised a deep emotional control over his mother, which he often misused. Indira Gandhi chose to ignore his misdeeds and he was indirectly controlling the Government.

    When the news of Sanjay Gandhi’s death reached Indira Gandhi, her first question was “Where are his keys and his wrist watch?”. Some deep secrets about the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty seems to be hidden in those objects.The plane accident was also mysterious. It was a new plane that nosedive to a crash and yet the plane did not explode upon impact. It happens when there is no fuel. But the flight register shows that the fuel tank was made full before take-off. Indira Gandhi using undue influence of PM’s office prohibited any inquiry from taking place. So, who is the suspect?
    Indira and Sanjay Gandhi
    The book “The Life of Indira Nehru Gandhi” (ISBN: 9780007259304) by Katherine Frank sheds light on some of Indira Gandhi’s other love affairs. It is written that Indira’s first love was with her German teacher at Shantiniketan. Later she had affair with M. O. Mathai (father’s secretary), then Dhirendra Brahmachari (her yoga teacher) and at last with Dinesh Singh (Foreign Minister).

    Former Foreign Minister K Natwar Singh made an interesting revelation about Indira Gandhi’s affinity to the Mughals in his book “Profile and Letters” (ISBN: 8129102358). It states that- In 1968 Indira Gandhi as the Prime Minister of India went on an official visit to Afghanistan. Natwar Sing accompanied her as an IFS officer in duty. After having completed the day’s long engagements, Indira Gandhi wanted to go out for a ride in the evening. After going a long distance in the car, Indira Gandhi wanted to visit Babur’s burial place, though this was not included in the itinerary. The Afghan security officials tried to dissuade her, but she was adamant. In the end she went to that burial place. It was a deserted place. She went before Babur’s grave, stood there for a few minutes with head bent down in reverence. Natwar Singh stood behind her. When Indira had finished her prayers, she turned back and told Singh “Today we have had our brush with history.” Worth to mention that Babur was the founder of Mughal rule in India, from which the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty have descended.

    It is difficult to count how many institutes of higher education are named after Rajiv Gandhi but, Rajiv Gandhi himself was a person of low calibre. From 1962 to 1965, he was enrolled for a Mechanical Engineering course at Trinity College, Cambridge. But, he left Cambridge without a degree because, he could not pass exams. Next year in 1966, he joined Imperial College, London but, again left it without a degree.

    K. N. Rao in the above said book alleges that Rajiv Gandhi became a Catholic to marry Sania Maino. Rajiv became Roberto. His son’s name is Raul and daughter’s name is Bianca. Quite cleverly the same names are presented to the people of India as Rahul and Priyanka.
    In personal conduct Rajiv was very much a Mughal. On 15th August 1988 he thundered from the ramparts of the Red Fort: “Our endeavor should be to take the country to heights to which it belonged about 250-300 years ago. It was then the reign of Aurangzeb, the ‘jeziya’ master and number one temple destroyer.”
    The press conference that Rajiv Gandhi gave in London after taking over as prime minister of India was very informative. In this press conference, Rajiv boasted that he is not a Hindu but a Parsi. Feroze Khan’s father and Rajiv Gandhi’s paternal grandfather was a Muslim gentleman from the Junagadh area of Gujarat. This Muslim grocer by the name of Nawab Khan had married a Parsi woman after converting her to Islam. This is the source where from the myth of Rajiv being a Parsi was derived. Mind that he had no Parsi ancestor at all. His paternal grandmother had turned Muslim after having abandoned the Parsi religion to marry Nawab Khan. Surprisingly, Parsi Rajiv Gandhi was cremated as per Vedic rites in full view of Indian public.
    Dr. Subramanian Swamy writes that Sonia Gandhi’s name was Antonia Maino. Her father was a mason. He was an activist of the notorious fascist regime of Italy and he served five years imprisonment in Russia. Sonia Gandhi have not studied beyond high school. She learnt some English from a English teaching shop named Lennox School at the Cambridge University campus. From this fact she boasts of having studied at the prestigious Cambridge University. After learning some English, she was a waitress at a restaurant in Cambridge town.

    Sonia Gandhi had intense friendship with Madhavrao Scindia in the UK, which continued even after her marriage. One night at 2 AM in 1982, Madhavrao Scindia and Sonia Gandhi were caught alone together when their car met an accident near IIT Delhi main gate.
    When Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi were Prime Ministers, PM’s security used to go to New Delhi and Chennai international airports to send crates of Indian treasures like temple sculptures, antiques, paintings etc to Rome. Arjun Singh as CM and later as Union Minister in charge of Culture used to organize the plunder. Unchecked by customs, they were transported to Italy to be sold in two shops named Etnica & Ganpati, owned by Sonia Gandhi’s sister Alessandra Maino Vinci.
    Indira Gandhi died not because her heart or brain were pierced by bullets, but she died of loss of blood. After Indira Gandhi was fired upon, Sonia Gandhi strangely insisted that bleeding Indira Gandhi should be taken to Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, in opposite direction to AIIMS which had a contingency protocol to precisely deal with such events. After reaching Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, Sonia Gandhi changed her mind and demand that Indira Gandhi should be taken to AIIMS, thus wasting 24 valuable minutes. It is doubtful whether it was immaturity of Sonia Gandhi or a trick to speedily bring her husband to power.
    Rajesh Pilot and Madhav Rao Scindia were strong contenders to the Prime Minister’s post and they were road blocks in Sonia Gandhi’s way to power. Both of them died in mysterious accidents.
    There are circumstantial evidences pointing to the prima facie possibility that the Maino family have contracted LTTE to kill Rajiv Gandhi. Nowadays, Sonia Gandhi is quite unabashed in having political alliance with those like MDMK, PMK andDMK who praise Rajiv Gandhi’s killers. No Indian widow would ever do that. Such circumstances are many, and raise a doubt. An investigation into Sonia’s involvement in Rajiv’s assassination is necessary. You may read Dr. Subramanian Swamy’s book “Assassination Of Rajiv Gandhi — Unasked Questions and Unanswered Queries” (ISBN : 81-220-0591-8). It contains indications of such conspiracy.
    In 1992, Sonia Gandhi revived her citizenship of Italy under Article 17 of the Italian Citizenship Law. Under Italian law, Rahul and Priyanka are Italian citizens because Sonia was an Italian citizen when she gave birth to them. Rahul Gandhi’s Italian is better than his Hindi. Rahul Gandhi is an Italian citizen is relevant from the fact that on 27th September 2001 he was detained by the FBI at Boston airport, USA for traveling on an Italian passport. If a law is made in India that important posts like that of President and Prime Minister should not be held by a person of foreign origin, then Rahul Gandhi automatically disqualifies to contend for the post of Prime Minister.
    After finishing school education, Rahul Gandhi got admission at the St. Stephens College in New Delhi, not on merit basis but on sports quota of rifle shooting. After a brief stay there in 1989-90, he did his BA from Rollins College, Florida in 1994. Just for doing BA one need not go to the US. The very next year, in 1995 he got M.Phil. degree from Trinity College, Cambridge. The genuineness of this degree is questioned as he has done M.Phil. without doing MA. Amaratya Sen’s helping hand is thought to be behind. Many of you might have seen the famous movie “Munna Bhai MBBS”.
    In 2008 Rahul Gandhi was prevented from using an auditorium of the Chandra Shekhar Azad University in Kanpur for a students’ rally. Subsequently, the Vice-Chancellor of the university, V.K. Suri, was ousted by the UP Governor. During 26/11 when the whole country was tense about how to tackle the Mumbai terror, Rahul Gandhi was lavishly partying with his friends till 5 AM. Rahul Gandhi advises austerity for all Congress members. He says it is the duty of all politicians to be austere. On the other hand he has a ministerial bungalow with a fully equipped gym. He is a regular member of at least two of the Delhi’s poshest gyms, one of which is 5-star rated. Rahul Gandhi’s trip to Chennai in 2009 to campaign for austerity cost the party more than Rs 1 Crore. Such inconsistencies show that initiatives taken by Rahul Gandhi are not his own but, workout of his party men only.
    During the 2007 election campaign in Uttar Pradesh, Rahul Gandhi said that “if anyone from the Nehru-Gandhi family had been active in politics then, the Babri Masjid would not have fallen”. It doubtlessly shows his Mohammedan affiliation as a loyalty to his ancestors. On Dec 31, 2004, John M. Itty, a retired college professor in Alappuzha district of Kerala, contended that action should be taken against Rahul Gandhi and his girlfriend Juvenitta alias Veronica for staying together for three days at a resort in Kerela. It is a criminal offense under Immoral Trafficking Act as they are not married. Anyway, one more foreigner daughter-in-law is waiting to rule the tolerant Indians.
    Rahul Gandhi with Veronica
    The Swiss magazine Schweizer Illustrierte’s 11thNovember 1991 issue revealed that Rahul Gandhi was the beneficiary of accounts worth US $2 billion controlled by his mother Sonia Gandhi. A report from the Swiss Banking Association in 2006 revealed that the combined deposits of Indian citizens are far greater than any other nation, a total ofUS $1.4 trillion, a figure exceeding the GDP of India. This dynasty rules greater than half of India. Ignoring the center, out of 28 states and 7 union territories, more than half of them have Congress government at any point of time. Upto Rajiv Gandhi there was Mughal rule in India, with Sonia Gandhi, the Rome rule on India have started.
    The objective behind writing this article is to acquaint the citizens of India with their national leaders and show how a dynasty has misused the democracy of this country. Several prestigious national assets and schemes are named after these lose-character people to immortalize them. Many other shocking facts are not presented in this article because of lack of supporting evidence.
    Vande mataram.
    Extracts from other sources-
    There are allegations that in the night of 3rd December 2006, Rahul Gandhi along with his foreigner friends gang raped then twenty four year old Sukanya Devi at a VIP Guest House in Amethi. She is the daughter of Balram Singh & Sumitra Devi of 23-12 Medical Choke, Sanjay Gandhi Marg, Amethi, Raebareli, Uttar Pradesh. Police refused to register complaint; the National Commission for Women headed by Dr. Girija Vyas acted as a Congress party office. The victim and her family is missing since then.
    MOTILAL married and his first wife and son died at childbirth.
    MOTILAL and his second wife THUSSU (name changed to SWAROOP RANI) had three children
    THUSSU with MOBARAK ALI (Motilal’s Boss) was the first son JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU (he was circumcised)
    MOTILAL AND THUSSU had two daughters by name NAN (also called Vijaya Lakshmi) & KRISHNA
    MOTILAL had also two bastard sons out of Muslim women by name SHEIK ABDULLA &SYUD HUSSAIN
    VIJAYA LAKSHMI eloped with SYUD HUSSAIN (half brother and sister) and had a girl CHANDRALEKHA
    JAWAHARLAL NEHRU married KAMALA KAUL (marriage never consummated)
    JAWAHARLAL had an affair with SARADDHA MATA (assumed name) and had a son given away to an orphanage in BANGALORE
    JAWAHARLAL had an affair with LADY MOUNTBATTEN but no children
    KAMALA KAUL had an affair with MANZUR ALI (who is son of Mobark Ali who fathered Nehru also) and their daughter is INDIRA PRIYADARSINI NEHRU
    KAMALA KAUL had an affair with FEROZ KHAN (son of Nawab Khan who supplied liquor to their house) but no children
    INDIRA was found in the bed with her GERMAN TEACHER at Shantiniketan
    INDIRA PRIYADARSINI nikhahed as per Islamic rites FEROZ KHAN after converting herself to Islam. Her new name was MAIMUNA BEGUM and both had changed their name to fool the public of India on the advice of Ghandi by an affidavit in a court to INDIRA GHANDI and FEROZ GANDHI
    INDIRA and FEROZ had one son by name RAJIV GHANDI (as per Islamic rites he was circumcised)
    INDIRA had an affair with MOHAMMED YOUNUS and had a second son SANJIV GHANDI (later the name changed to SANJAY GHANDI to escape prosecution in UK for car theft. He was circumcised as per Islamic rites)
    INDIRA had an affair with M.O. MATHAI (Nehru’s steno) and a son was aborted
    INDIRA had an affair with DHIRENDRA BRAMMACHARI but no children
    INDIRA had an affair with DHINESH SINGH but no children
    FEROZ had an affair with TARAKESWARI SINHA
    FEROZ had an affair with MEHMUNA SULTANA
    FEROZ had an affair with SUBHADRA JOSHI and many others.


  9. Atanu,

    You spice it up with your hared and take it too far. For example
    “A criminal act was done — hijacking of an aircraft” was it a crime under the Indian law then ? anti-hijacking act came in 1982.


  10. Must read books:


  11. Anti-hijacking act or not, hijacking a plane was a crime. You really do not need a anti-hijacking act to determine it. Similarly you do not need Lokpal to decide that corruption is illegal.


  12. Why doesn’t these things go into our history books? 😦 Do we really need to learn about world wars, which we were involved only in an ancillary way? A society which doesn’t learn from its own history, can see growth, but only very slowly. We need FACTS and figures about our own history, for our own pride and shame and for a better tomorrow.


  13. LOL. One ends up with writing such a blog post when one does not know the history or perspective. In 1978, you could walk to airline window and buy a ‘standing seat’ in Indian Airlines flights. Literally, like Delhi city buses, you could travel standing in overbooked flights. The ‘criminals’ were probably not charged by then Janata Party govt because it was consider a prank those days (long before 9-11). One of them had a cricket ball as a ‘grenade’. There were other facts to consider that you probably won’t remember now. Good try on your investigative journalism.

    Re: book ban- Mathai’s book was not banned. It was a best seller in those days.


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