Contents of this book on Shastri does not stop to hunt the silence!

 


Preface

Contents of this book does not stop to hunt the silence! 

“Words are things; and a small drop of ink, falling like dew upon a thought, produces that which makes thousands, perhaps millions think.” ~ Lord Byron

Suddenly at the time of net surfing I found few articles contents of which I  never read in our Indian media. Those articles produce evidences that poisoning to lal Bahadur Shastri was happened in Tashkent. My IITian son sugest me that besides news articles I should write the books. According to him especially in America and other European countries, there is a habit of reading the books. This is the central point for writing this book. 


Fortunately Adarniya Sudarshan Jee, former Sarsanghchalak of RSS visited Raipur in the last week of August 2012. I persoanlly presented three starting chapters of the book to Sudarshan Jee. After one week I came to know that he appreciated the same. This encouraged me for going to fast in completing the book. 


We should know: How J F Kennedy’s assassination cleared the way for the death of Shastri. For avoiding political assassinations, it is necessary to know how the head of the countries assign the assessins through their intelligence agencies such as CIA, FSB (KGB), ISI and others. If we could know the conspirators of mysterious death of Netaji Subhash chandra Bose then Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherji would have been saved. If we could know the conspirators of Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee then life of Lal Bahadur would have been saved. So I think that reading this book would be beneficial for readers and the country as well. 


Mysterious death of Shastri was a state crime not only for India but also for USSR, Pakistan, US, UK and China especially who were directly or indirectly involved in Tashkent Summit. They are silent assassins.


I think that this book will get tremendous response from not only Indian readers but also from International readers. Tashkent was an international event. Mysterious death of the guest country’s Prime Minister there left so manny question before the world in which we are living. How the life could be saved of the great leaders?  


On the basis of continuous net surfing, reading the books and articles, I am writing since 2005 about ‘the death by murder of Lal Bahadur Shastri’ in various websites including my own site: http://www.newsanalysisindia.com/

Now I am giving final shape to my all findings in this book.

 

From the beginning since Jan 11, 1966 peoples in India relied heavily on the information given by the Soviet authority and the government of India. Writings of Kuldip Nayar and C P Srivastav who were the part of Indian delegation at Tashkent are also not different. But my findings provided a far broader scope of the events around the death of Shastri due to heart attack by poison. I have attempted to be diligent in giving proper credit to the authors for their material. Because I was attempting to paint an accurate picture of the landscape of the era, I would, on occasion, include facts taken from books, articles, and websites without remembering their exact source. If I have inadvertently failed to properly acknowledge words taken from other authors, I sincerely apologize.

 

 

How may I forget to give thanks to my senior friend learned journalist former editor of various Hindi and English dailies, Directir if Sahitya Akadami of C.G. Government Shree Ramesh Naiyar who reminded me again and again for publishing the book 80% contents of which I had already written before three years. I have no hesitation to write that some time I felt who am I, if the government and the leaders of my country never tried sincerely to find out the truth.

 

 

 

Excuse me, listen me just a minute, if you see bluish death body in the road where wiping wife of the dead asking for autopsy and an enquiry, what will we do and what had we done to see the bluish body of our beloved Prime Minister lal Bahadur Shastri and how we reacted on doubt shown by Lalita Shastri? There was no probe, no FIR, no postemortem! Believe me at the time of writing this book tears of lalita Shastri autometically came into my eyes. You may touch, you may see, you may feel, you may read these drops of tears in my book. Sorry, sorry if I have done any fault to write this book! I know when I send few outlines of this book to parliamentarians and other leaders they may keep silnce, because this book don’t help them in getting votes. Still if we keep silence then also the contents of book does not stop to hunt the silence! 

—- Premendra Agrawal

 

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Preface:Contents of this book does not stop to hunt the silence!

 

Preface

Contents of this book does not stop to hunt the silence! 

Even one drop of ink can force to think millions!

Suddenly at the time of net surfing I found few articles contents of which I  never read in our Indian media. Especially I read an interview of Ahmet Sattarov taken by Sergei Turchenko. That interview gave me a clue that poisoning to lal Bahadur Shastri was happened in Tashkent. My IITian son sugest me that besides news articles I should write the books. According to him especially in America and other European countries, there is a habit of reading the books. This is the central point for writing this book. 

 

We should know: How J F Kennedy’s assassination cleared the way for the death of Shastri. For avoiding political assassinations, it is necessary to know how the head of the countries assign the assessins through their intelligence agencies such as CIA, FSB (KGB), ISI and others. If we could know the conspirators of mysterious death of Netaji Subhash chandra Bose then Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherji would have been saved. If we could know the conspirators of Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee then life of Lal Bahadur would have been saved. So I think that reading this book would be beneficial for readers and the country as well. 

 

Mysterious death of Shastri was a state crime not only for India. USSR, Pakistan, US, UK and China especially were directly or indirectly involved in Tashkent Summi. They are silent assassins.

 

I think that this book will get tremendous response from not only Indian readers but also from International readers. Tashkent was an international event. Mysterious death of the guest country’s Prime Minister there left so manny question before the world in which we are living. How the life could be saved of the great leaders?  

 

On the basis of continuous net surfing, reading the books and articles, I am writing since 2005 about ‘the death by murder of Lal Bahadur Shastri’ in various websites including my own site: http://www.newsanalysisindia.com/

Now I am giving final shape to my all findings in this book. 

From the beginning since Jan 11, 1966 peoples in India relied heavily on the information given by the Soviet authority and the government of India. Writings of Kuldip Nayar and C P Srivastav who were the part of Indian delegation at Tashkent are also not different. But my findings provided a far broader scope of the events around the death of Shastri due to heart attack by poison. I have attempted to be diligent in giving proper credit to the authors for their material. Because I was attempting to paint an accurate picture of the landscape of the era, I would, on occasion, include facts taken from books, articles, and websites without remembering their exact source. If I have inadvertently failed to properly acknowledge words taken from other authors, I sincerely apologize.

How I may forget to give thanks to my senior friend learned journalist former editor of various Hindi and English dailies, Directir if Sahitya Akadami of C.G. Government Shree Ramesh Naiyar who reminded me again and again for publishing the book 80% contents of which I had already written before three years. I have no hesitation to write that some time I felt who am I, if the government and the leaders of my country never tried sincerely to find out the truth. 

Fortunately Adarniya Sudarshan Jee, former Sarsanghchalak of RSS visited Raipur in the last week of August of 2012. I persoanlly presented three starting chapters of the book to Sudarshan Jee. After one week I came to know that he appreciated the same. This encouraged me for going to fast in completing the book.

Excuse me, listen me just a minute, if you see bluish death body in the road where wiping wife of the dead asking for autopsy and an enquiry, what will we do and what had we done to see the bluish body of our beloved Prime Minister lal Bahadur Shastri and how we reacted on doubt shown by Lalita Shastri? There was no probe, no FIR, no postemortem! Believe me at the time of writing this book tears of lalita Shastri autometically came into my eyes. You may touch, you may see, you may feel, you may read these drops of tears in my book. Sorry, sorry if I have done any fault to write this book! I know when I send few outlines of this book to parliamentarians and other leaders they may keep silnce, because this book don’t help them in getting votes. Still if we keep silence then also the contents of book does not stop to hunt the silence! 

—- Premendra Agrawal

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hear here sound of silence

Hear here sound of silence:

As I read in Narendra Kaushik’s article: Kuldip Nayar, finds the paper slip, butler’s arrest and cook-migrated-to-Pakistan stories too dramatic to believe. Is this reason for not writing a single word about the arrest of cooks by Nayar and C P Srivastav in their books on Lal Bahadur Shastri?

The first chapter of this book is for everyone.  The facts of arrest of Kremlin chief cook with other four cooks including one Indian cook have been thrown in the Orwellian memory hole. In the Orwell’s novel 1984, Winston Smith is the head of ‘Ministry of truth’ and his duty is to rewrite the history newspaper and change the facts to fit Party doctrine. We should not be act as Winston Smith.

                   

“Most of the time, what you read doesn’t matter. It’s what you don’t read that’s important.”

You have read arrest of only one Kremlin chief Cook Ahmet Sattarov; truth is there was the arrest of more

Ahmet and other arrested members of his team raised finger on the arrested Indian cook for poisoning. Who was that Indian cook?  Sidharth Nath Singh, Lal Bahadur Shastri’s grandson said that one person was detained on ‘suspicion of poisoning Mr Shastri’, but was released. Mr Kuldip Nayar’s book has no mention of this. 

Do you see Ahmet’s photos? Perhaps you don’t know he is still alive or not? Where he lived, where he is living? What he did in Kremlin as Chief Cook? Perhaps you are anxious to know more and more about him and other cooks, who were arrested alongwith him. Read here in this chapter, if you not read in: “India after Gandhi “written by historian Ramachandra Guha  and Biography of Indira Gandhi by Katherine Frank

SCOOP! Inside stories from the Partition to the Present or ‘Beyond the lines written by Kuldip Nayar and Lal Bahadur Shastri. Life of Truth by C P Srivastav

Or any other book besides above; any news article in our Indian media

 

Book:  Salient Assassins: Jan 11, 1966

Chapter 1 Truth of Two Neighbors

 

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Chapter 3: Chakravyuh in Tashkent

Chapter 3  (page 53 to 73) 

Chakravyuh In Tashkent

Lal Bahadur Shastri like Abhimanyu is a symbol of boundless daring in the post independent Indian history.

As Abhimanyu of Mahabharat, Shastri was in Chakravyuh at Tashkent

 

 

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Kennedy’s assassination cleared the way for Shastri’s death

Silent Assassination: Jan 11, 1966 [Chapter 2 (Page 36 to 52)]

Kennedy’s assassination cleared the way for Shastri’s death

Similarity points:

Assassination of Kennedy and Shastri

Bush dynasty and Gandhi dynasty

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Book: Silent Assessins: jan 11, 1966 [Chapter 1: Truth of two neighbors]

Book: Silent Assassins: Jan 11, 1966

Chapter 1 (Page 1 to 35 )

“Most of the time, what you read doesn’t matter. It’s what you don’t read that’s important.”  

“the chief conspirator” – senior captain Kremlin Akhmeta Sattarovicha SATTAROVA? 

How many cooks were arrested at that time?

There was also the arrest of one Indian cook, who was that?

Find answers here in this chapter.

Perhaps you don’t know he is still alive or not?

Where he lived, where he is living?

What he did in Kremlin as Kremlin Chief Cook?

Perhaps you are anxious to know more and more about him and other cooks, who were arrested alongwith him. 

Read here in this chapter, full details of him whith his photos,  if you not read in:

“India after Gandhi “written by historian Ramachandra Guha 

Biography of Indira Gandhi by Katherine Frank

SCOOP! Inside stories from the Partition to the Present or Beyond the lines written by Kuldip Nayar

Lal Bahadur Shastri. Life of Truth by C P Srivastav

Or any other book or any news article  besides above 

Kashmir: churning Centre of the World

 

 

 

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Silent Assessins: Jan 11, 1966 [Truth in Memory Hole]

 

 

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MPs’ Angry: Insult to Lord Krishna in Russia

Manmohan Singh was shaking hands with Putin on Dec 17, 2011, then Bhagvad Gita faces ‘extremist’ branding in Russia. Cambridge has finally closed the door on Sanskrit. When Cambridge honoring Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with a doctor of law degree in Oct 2005. In 2006 leader of the Russian Orthodox Church, Archbishop Nikon called the Hindu God, Lord Krishna an ‘evil demon’ around the time of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan’s state visit to Moscow to meet Russian President Putin.

A local saying, jahan jahan pare charan santan ke wahan wahan bantadhaar is seen at the time of foreign visits of our Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

 

My forthcoming book let you remind the “Good Day To Black Night To Die Hard

 

 

(Reuters) – Angry

MPs forced parliament to close on Dec 19, 2011, and protesters gathered outside a Russian consulate over a Siberian trial calling for one of Hinduism’s most holy books to be put on a list of banned literature that includes Hitler’s Mein Kampf.

The case filed by state prosecutors in the Siberian city of Tomsk says a translation of the Bhagavad Gita is extremist because it insults non-believers, local media in Russia say.

“We will not tolerate an insult to Lord Krishna,” members of parliament shouted, until the house speaker adjourned parliament for several hours.

The Bhagavad Gita takes the form of a conversation between Krishna and Arjuna prior to a battle. Its philosophical insights were praised by Albert Einstein and forms a bedrock of the Hindu belief system

Hare Krishna adherents in orange robes shouted slogans and danced outside the Russian consulate in Kolkata,

 

Only Hindu temple in Moscow had been demolished

Hindus all over the world expressed outrage and anger after a leader of the Russian Orthodox Church, Archbishop Nikon called the Hindu God, Lord Krishna an ‘evil demon’ around the time of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan’s state visit to Moscow to meet Russian President Putin.

The only Hindu temple in Moscow had been demolished last year, leaving some 15,000 Indians and 10,000 Russian followers of Hinduism without a place of worship. Now the Mayor of Moscow and the Russian Orthodox Church are together trying to stop Hindus from

“Now, the Russian Hindu community in Moscow have no place to house the consecrated Deities they had worshipped for the last decade,” claimed Dr Mihir Meghani, President of the Hindu American Foundation.

 

 

I have written an article on Oct 12, 2005 “Cambridge honored Dr. Singh to close door on Sanskrit, Hindi”  

Cambridge has finally closed the door on Sanskrit as a hallowed subject of undergraduate study, nearly one-and-a-half centuries after it first established a chair in the 3000 year old language.

 

The decision within hours of Cambridge honoring Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with a doctor of law degree, in what some scholars believe to be the most cynical form of “tactless academic marketing”.

 

Smith, who has taught Sanskrit to Cambridge undergraduates for 22 years said the decision was “tactless” in its timing and skewed in its objectives. “They are doing this at a point of time when they are honoring Manmohan Singh, soliciting benefactions from wealthy Indian businessmen and seeking students from South Asia,” he said. He said he had no new undergraduate students seeking to learn Sanskrit in this academic year, which began a week ago.

Smith added with unconcealed anger at Cambridge and other Western universities’ increasing propensity to run themselves as businesses that employ MBA-speak: “There are some subjects simply worth doing. This is a language that has been going 3,000 years and hasn’t stopped yet. You cannot understand the culture of the Indian sub-continent and the world outside it without learning Sanskrit”.

 

* This side that side

Everywhere,

Dishonor of Bharatmata

Hindu God Goddesses

And Gandhi by Gandhigiri,

 

Oh Lord Krishna

Re-born re-born again

to fight Mahabharat again

We can’t wait

Can’t wait no long

Hear my pray

Oh Lord krishna

 

* Body burns, but the soul flies away

Paper burns, but the words fly away

Every word of book enlightens others

Every patriot martyr enlightens others  

 

* Holika burns, Bhakt Prahlad was safe

Yet Sanatan Hinduism Hindutva is safe

Hirnakasyip wished all to worship him

Maoist Leftists want all to follow them 

 

* They crush flower perfume spreads

Can break Violin but music spreads

Can kill human, not remembrance

Hinduism preaches much tolerance 

 

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Crack down on Yoga Guru Ramdev supporters

Centre and police implemented it on Yoga Guru Ramdev supporters to please their “political masters”:

 Leaders and their executors become like the emperor in the fable by creating a toxic situation whereby Supreme Leader’s their policy implementers are rewarded for being ‘yes man’ ‘Yes Madam’. Leaders believe they are doing the best for the nation and leading at well. They even believe their people are 100% behind them.

We know the fable the emperor who glorified in himself and considered no one to be above him. Having been told that the clothing he would be wearing could only be seen by some one wise, he proceeded to ‘wear’ his new clothes.

 

The Supreme Court was today told that the decision on midnight crackdown on yoga guru Ramdev and his supporters was taken in advance by the Centre and police implemented it to please their “political masters”.

 

Who is above the centre and police?

Is 10 Janpath above the PMO?

Is Nehru Gandhi family not above all?

Who remember Lal Bahadur Shastri?

Who allowed letting Lal Bahadur Shastri’s mysterious death?

Who are invisible hands not accountable but doing all?

Who are grooming them?

 “Sonia Gandhi surprises many when she shook a leg with tribal dancers”

 

In ancient Roman the emperors took over the Senate’s political and legislative power, but they needed the help of legislators/parliamentarians who had experience in diplomacy, government, and military command. Since the emperor designated candidates for all government positions, legislators /parliamentarins had no other access to super high command except through loyal service. A shrewd emperor could turn legislators/parliamentarians pride and loyalty to the advantage of the political emperor (Nehru Gandhi family). By simply allowing senators to wear a broad purple stripe on their togas, for example, the emperor marked them as rulers of the Mediterranean and added to their prestige.

 

However, most legislators/parliamentarians remained loyal to the emperor because the constant danger of displeasing suspicious emperors outweighed the remote chance of success. As the old noble families died out, the emperors found new blood among the local elite of Italy and the provinces.

 

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