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Who stabbed in the back of Loh Pursh?

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We should welcome the Speaking of our beloved Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the “Run for Unity” to mark Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s birth anniversary – “Our own people were murdered; the attack was not on a particular community but on the entire nation. It was like a dagger pierced through India’s chest.”
 
Three Pictures which should be beer one’s memory:

Loh Purush Patel with Nizam, Gandhi with Jinnah, Nehru with Sheikh Abdullah
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Tag: Stabbed in the back,  Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, Prime Minister
Modi, Run of Unity, Netaji Bose,
Congress president, Kriplani, Loh
Purush Patel, Nizam, Gandhi with Jinnah, Nehru with Sheikh Abdullah,

 

If we turn the pages of history then a question
stand before us: Who stabbed in the back of Loh Purush Sardar Patel?

This also happened with the Subhash Chandra Bose:

Gandhi showed condolence before Netaji S C Bose’s death!!

Who killed Netaji?

Dear Mr. Attlee:

I understand from a
reliable source that Subhas Chandra Bose, your war criminal, has been allowed
to enter Russian territory by Stalin. This is a clear treachery and betrayal of
faith by the Russians. AsRussia has been an ally of the British-Americans,
it should not have been done. Please take note of it and do what you consider
proper and fit.

Yours sincerely,
Jawaharlal Nehru

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By 1946, it had become quite clear that India’s independence was
only a matter of time now. The Second World War had come to an end and the
British rulers had started thinking in terms of transferring power to Indians.
An interim government was to be formed which was to be headed by the Congress president as Congress had won
the maximum number of seats in the 1946 elections. All of a sudden, the post of
Congress president became very crucial as it was this very person who was going
to become the first Prime Minister of independent India.

At that time, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was the
president of Congress party. In fact, he was the president for the last six
years as elections could not be held for the Congress president’s post since
1940 due to Quit India movement, the Second World War and the fact that most of
the leaders were behind bars. 


Azad was also interested in fighting and winning
election for  the Congress president’s post  as he, too, had
ambitions to become the PM,  but he was told in no uncertain terms by Mahatma Gandhi that he does
not approve of a second term for a sitting Congress president and Azad had to
fall in line ,albeit reluctantly. Not only this, Gandhi made it very clear to
everybody that Nehru was his preferred choice for the Congress president’s
position.

Despite
Gandhiji’s open support for Jawaharlal Nehru, the Congress Party overwhelmingly
wanted Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel as the Congress President and consequently the
first Prime Minister of India, because it considered Patel as ‘a great
executive, organizer and leader”4 with his feet firmly the on the
ground.

The
last date for the nominations for the post of the President of Congress, and
thereby the first Prime Minister of India, was April 29, 1946. Let us not
forget that by this time Gandhiji had already made his choice widely known.
Still 12 out of 15 Pradesh Congress Committees, the only legal bodies having
power to nominate and elect President of the Party, nominated Sardar
Vallabhbhai Patel. The remaining three may not have nominated Patel but then
they did not nominate anyone else also including Jawaharlal Nehru. Thus, no
Pradesh Congress Committee proposed the name of Jawaharlal Nehru even on the
last day of filing the nominations i.e. April 29, 1946.

J.B
Kripalani took the lead in finding the proposers and seconders for Nehru’s
candidacy, in deference to Gandhi’s wishes, during the Working Committee
meeting on 29.04.1946 in New Delhi. Kripalani succeeded in getting a few
Working Committee members and local members of AICC to propose Nehru’s name for
the post.6 Though,
Gandhiji knew Jawaharlal’s nomination almost missed the April 29 deadline, and
also even he could not get at least one Pradesh Congress Committee, the only
legitimate body entitled to elect the President of the Congress, to nominate
Jawaharlal.

Let me here to remind
one historic incident whis is knocking still in my mind: Late Acharya Kriplani former President of Indian National
Congress
contested as an
independent from Raipur in 1967
. However, he was defeated by
Congress candidate Lakhanlal Gupta by a margin of more than 24,000 votes.
Lakhan Lal Gupta’s eleder brother Manrakhan Lal Gupta and his cousin were known
to me.

However
once Nehru was formally proposed by a few Working Committee members, efforts
began to persuade Sardar Patel to withdraw his nomination in favour of
Jawaharlal. Patel sought Gandhiji’s advice who in turn asked him to do so and
“Vallabhbhai did so at once.”8 But it must be mentioned that before
advising Patel to withdraw Gandhiji had given enough hint to Nehru to allow the
legitimate nomination of Sardar Patel to go through the process. Gandhiji said
to Nehru: “No PCC has put forward your name….only [afew members of] working
committee has”

This
remark of Gandhiji was met by Jawaharlal with “complete silence”. Only after
Gandhiji was informed that “Jawaharlal will not take the second place” he asked
Patel to withdraw. Dr. Rajendra Prasad lamented that Gandhiji “had once again
sacrificed his trusted lieutenant for the sake of the ‘glamorous Nehru’ and
further feared that “Nehru would follow the British ways.”

When
Rajendra Prasad was using the phrase “once again” he indeed was referring to
the denial of Presidentship of the Congress party to Patel in the years 1929,
1937 and 1946 in preference to Nehru. Let it also be mentioned that Prasad was
not the only person to complain about Gandhiji “sacrificing his trusted
lieutenant for the sake of the glamorous Nehru.” There were many others as well.
But Gandhiji took the decision because he was convinced that “Jawaharlal will
not take a second place but by giving Jawaharlal the first place India would
not be deprived of Patel’s services and the both will be like two oxen yoked to
the Governmental cart. One will need other and both will pull together”.

Sardar
Patel was close to 71 when all this drama was unfolding. Patel knew that this
was the only chance he could get to lead the country. Nehru, then 56 only,
still had age with him. Despite all this Patel accepted to take a second
position because of two reasons: firstly, for Patel post or position was
immaterial. Service to the motherland was more important; and secondly, Nehru
was keen that “either he would take the number one spot in the Government or
stay out. Vallabhbhai also reckoned that whereas office was likely to moderate
Nehru, rejection would drive him into opposition. Patel shrank from
precipitating such an outcome, which would bitterly divide India.”

Looking back to all those tumultuous years Rajagopalachari,
who had all the reasons to be angry, unhappy and uncharitable to Sardar Patel
because it was Patel who deprived Rajaji the first Presidentship of India,
wrote almost 22 years after Patel’s death: “When the independence of India was
coming close upon us and Gandhiji was the silent master of our affairs, he had
come to the decision that Jawaharlal, who among the Congress leaders was the
most familiar with foreign affairs, should be the Prime Minister of India,
although he knew Vallabhbhai would be the best administrator among them all…

“Undoubtedly it would have been better if Nehru had been
asked to be the Foreign Minister and Patel made the Prime Minister. I too fell
into the error of believing that Jawaharlal was the more enlightened person of
the two… A myth had grown about Patel that he would be harsh towards Muslims.
This was a wrong notion but it was the prevailing prejudice.” 17

Before we close this chapter let us have a look at what one
of the most sympathetic biographer of Nehru, who has not hesitated to distort
even the well known facts in favour of Nehru, has to say on the issue of
Nehru’s elevation to the Presidentship of the Congress and the Prime
Ministership of free India:

“In accordance with the time-honored practice of rotating
the Presidency, Patel was in line for the post. Fifteen years had elapsed since
he presided over the Karachi session where as Nehru had presided at Lucknow and
Ferozpur in 1936 and 1937. Moreover, Patel was the overwhelming choice of the
Provincial Congress Committees…. Nehru’s ‘election’ was due to Gandhi’s
intervention. Patel was persuaded to step down.

“One month after the election the Viceroy invited Nehru, as
Congress President, to form an Interim Government. If Gandhi had not
intervened, Patel would have been the first de facto Premier of India, in
1946-7. Gandhi certainly knew of the impending creation of Interim Government.
One must infer, therefore, that he preferred Nehru as the first Prime Minister
of free India. The Sardar was ‘robbed of the prize’ and it rankled deeply. He
was then seventy-one while Nehru was fifty-six; in traditionalist Indian terms
the elder statesman should have been the first primer and Patel knew that because
of his advanced age another opportunity would probably not arise.

“There is striking parallel with Congress election of 1929;
on both occasions Gandhi threw his weight behind Nehru at the expense of
Patel.”

…….contd

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