Wednesday, July 5, 2017

What Secrets are the Government of India Hiding from its Citizens?

Secrets are meant to be revealed. And that is why I'm going to share some lesser-known secrets of Indian government that are bound to shock you! The deaths or love affairs of some prominent figures in the Indian history have been hidden from the citizens or simply pulled into the dark in a hush-hush manner. Mentioned below are some such things that carry a shady history and are yet to be explained by the Indian government.



1. Taj Mahal or Tejo Mahalaya - Agra

Taj Mahal, considered to be a symbol of love, holds some unsolved mystery put forth by the well know historian Mr. P.N. Oak.

Taj Mahal or Tejo Mahalaya - Agra

He claims that Taj Mahal is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva named Tejo Mahalaya. Oak discovered that the Shiva temple palace had been usurped by Shah Jahan from then Maharaja of Jaipur, Jai Singh. Shah Jahan then remodelled the palace into his wife's memorial. In his own court chronicle, Badshahnama, Shah Jahan admits that an exceptionally beautiful grand mansion in Agra was taken from Jai Singh for Mumtaz's burial. The ex-Maharaja of Jaipur is said to retain in his secret collection two orders from Shah Jahan for the surrender of the Taj building. This theory has been backed by : - Professor Marvin Miller of New York took samples from the riverside doorway of the Taj. Carbon dating tests revealed that the door was 300 years older than Shah Jahan.

  • European traveller Johan Albert Mandelslo, who visited Agra in 1638 (only seven years after Mumtaz's death), describes the life of the city in his memoirs, but makes no reference to the Taj Mahal being built.
  • The writings of Peter Mundy, an English visitor to Agra within a year of Mumtaz's death, also suggest that the Taj was a noteworthy building long well before Shah Jahan's time. Many rooms in the Taj Mahal have remained sealed since Shah Jahan's time, and are still inaccessible to the public. Oak asserts they contain a headless statue of Shiva and other objects commonly used for worship rituals in Hindu temples.


2. Prahalad Jani or Mataji

Prahalad Jani or Mataji is an Indian sadhu (saint) and is a devotee of deity Amba. He claims to have lived without food and water since 1940, and says that the goddess Amba sustains him. Prahlad Jani, says that he is surviving by chanting mantras and by meditating for goddess Amba. Prahlad Jani has been kept under observations 2 times to know the medical reason behind his claim and also to prove his claim of living without food or water from 1940. He believes that the goddess Amba provides him with a water like sustainable liquid inside his body to keep him alive. Till now 2 observational studies has been made, one in 2003 and another in 2010 to prove his claim or to deny it. Many expert neurologists monitored Jani and they were surprised by the result. The experts confirmed Jani's ability to survive without food or water but the claim was not proven due to many allegations relating to the procedure of tests conducted.

Prahalad Jani or Mataji

Observational Conditions :
- Jani was examined daily for checking his vital statistics.
- Prahlad Jani was made to stay in a sealed room for 10 days.
- He was provided just 100 milliliters of water a day for mouth wash.
- The room's toilet was sealed off and Cameras were installed to monitor.
- No Food / water (except that 100ml) was provided for 10 days straight.

Conclusions drawn from the above Observation :
- Some liquid was found in his bladder.
- Jani was perfectly healthy after that 10 days of observation.
- His weight was reduced slightly and he didn't urinate or defecate.

3. Illuminati (Nine Unknown Men)

According to occult lore, the Nine Unknown Men are a two millennia-old secret society founded by the Indian Emperor Asoka 273 BC.

Illuminati (Nine Unknown Men)

The society was founded after Asoka won the battle of Kalinga and at the sight of the death of 100,000 lost in the battle, resolved to follow the path of non violence.

He converted to Buddhism after the massacre, the Emperor founded the society of the Nine to preserve and develop knowledge that would be dangerous to humanity if it fell into the wrong hands. It is said that the Emperor Asoka once aware of the horrors of war, wished to forbid men ever to put their intelligence to evil uses. During his reign natural science, past and present, was vowed to secrecy.

Henceforward, and for the next 2,000 years, all researches, ranging from the structure of matter to the techniques employed in collective psychology, were to be hidden behind the mystical mask of a people commonly believed to be exclusively concerned with ecstasy and supernatural phenomena.

Each of the Nine is supposedly responsible for guarding and improving a single book which includes materials or subjects like propaganda, psychological warfare, physiology, microbiology, communication, gravitation, cosmogony. Nobody knows where the book is and these nine men are or if these claims are just a mindful hoax.

4. Indian intelligence agencies 

Agencies like R&AW, CBI have a large number of employees with fake resumes, fake investment, fake online work, the relatives and friends of top officials especially in the internet sector due to which ISI is considered to be better than R&AW. For example, the indian government is falsely claiming that 10 google, tata sponsored indian intelligence agency employees have the resume including btech 1993 ee degree, investment of a google competitor who had a better 1989 jee rank than google ceo sundar pichai, which the real engineer is not getting anything . In the btech 1993 ee class from a top college , there were only 5 girls, and only 3 are in India, so how can 10 different indian intelligence employees falsely claim to have the resume of a single woman engineer. Resume/Identity theft of engineers like in the 2009 Aamir Khan starrer "3 Idiots" is widespread in India, and top indian intelligence and security agency employees are involved in the identity theft for their mediocre lazy greedy relatives and friends, wasting a huge amount of indian tax payer money.

Indian intelligence agencies  RAW

CBI, indian security agencies are stealing the retirement savings of harmless indian citizens without a court order or legally valid reason , cannot be identified or held accountable, to blackmail them to agree to identity theft and for other reasons. Proof can be provided.

NTRO employees are free to falsely claim that any woman, their girlfriend or relative, was a domain investor, paypal account and their btech 1993 ee classmate, the indian government will not independently verify the claims of the ntro employees, the indian government blindly believes the false claims of the ntro employees to give their girlfriends, relatives permanent R&AW/CBI/indian intelligence jobs with fake resumes and monthly salary. For example an ntro employee j srinivasan is infatuated with a slim lazy greedy google, tata sponsored goan sex worker sunaina chodan, 2013 bsc, so he falsely claims that the sex worker was his btech 1993 ee classmate, and the indian government has given the sex worker a R&AW job with monthly salary for faking her resume.

Indian intelligence agencies  CBI

Single women engineers, domain investors in india from top colleges are denied their fundamental rights to privacy, to earn a fair living, a life of dignity, their retirement savings, resume, correspondence and memory stolen by ntro, indian government employees without a court order or legally valid reason. For example ntro employee parmar can falsely claim that his girlfriend eighth standard pass gujju housewife naina, mother of two sons, has a btech 1993 ee degree, and the indian government will believe the lies of parmar, has given naina a cbi job, and monthly salary at the expense of the single woman engineer who actually has a btech 1993 ee degree. The indian government refuses to investigate the resume/identity theft of the experienced single woman engineer.

Indian intelligence agencies NTRO

Indian security and intelligence agencies, CBI are often making completely fake allegations without any proof against harmless indian citizens, especially when bribed by large corporates allegedly google, tata to defame, cheat, exploit and torture the citizen for the rest of his or her life. A huge amount of indian tax payer money is wasted to find non existent proof, and the person falsely accused does not get any compensation for the mistake of the careless corrupt dishonest government employees.

5. Death of Subhash Chandra Bose

More than six decades after his allege death in a plane crash, the mystery over that incident and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's possible survival still haunts the Indian nation.

Subhash Chandra Bose

Some reports say that he died of third degree burns in a plane crash in Taiwan, some say that this was just a ploy to help him go underground and escape to USSR. The sightings continued for a long time but Bose was never heard after the crash. He was declared dead during the closing stages of World War II by Japan. Government Efforts (1945 - 2005)

The four-member Shahnawaz Committee was the first official endeavor to examine whether Bose actually died in a plane crash in Taihoku (Taipei) on August 18, 1945. The committee went to Japan in May, 1956 and a number of Japanese army surgeons testified that they actually conducted blood transfusion on a seriously injured Subhash Bose who later succumbed to his injuries. The G. D. Khosla Committee, which carried on its probe from 1974-1978, could not arrive on any definite conclusion. The Justice Mukherjee Committe, set up in 1999, submitted its report in 2005 and proclaimed that Netaji did not die in the plane crash.

The Soviet Angle

Many believe that Subhash Chandra breathed his last in Soviet custody years after the alleged crash in Taiwan. There are unconfirmed reports that in 1946 Russian strongman Josef Stalin and diplomat Vyacheslav Molotov actually discussed whether Bose should remain in the Soviet Union. More startling is the alleged incident that India's ambassador to Russia, Dr. S. Radhakrishnan was permitted to meet Netaji in an undisclosed location in the Soviet Union.

Sole Witness

Lt Colonel Habibur Rahman Khan, Netaji's trusted Aide-de-Camp, is widely believed to be the sole survivor of that fateful plane crash. Rahman later enshrined Bose's ashes in the Renkoji temple Tokyo. However despite repeated interrogations by British authorities, Rahman never substantiated Netaji's death and throughout his life maintained that he was bound by an oath of secrecy to his deceased leader.

Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories abound regarding Netaji's death. It is alleged that both the Congress leadership and the government were tense about the impact of Subhash Chandra's possible return to India. They believed that in such a circumstance, it would be impossible for the Congress or anybody to stop him from coming to power give the way he was worshiped by the common people.

6. Indian Nuclear Program

Which was Executed from Ideation in 1989 till Execution in 1998 under multiple governments. and due to this secrecy only we were banned from multiple sanctions by united states, which were later lifted off due to the diplomacy of Then Foreign Minister Jaswant Singh.

Indian Nuclear Program

Despite a $27 billion budget and a galaxy of spy satellites, U.S. Intelligence agencies failed to detect India's preparation for Monday's nuclear blast. Why? U.S. officials are blaming it on a leak to The New York Times. Senior Intelligence and military officials tell NBC News that India put its nuclear testing equipment underground in 1996 following a leak to The New York Times that U.S. spy satellites were monitoring that nation's nuclear test site.

"There was a leak that we knew would have a reaction and it did," said one senior intelligence official. "We watched as they put it underground... We warned back then that India now had the capability to test very quickly and predicted that we wouldn't be able to tell."

The Times report ran Dec. 14, 1995, and quoted unnamed government officials as saying satellites had recorded activity in western India that suggested a test might be imminent. No tests occurred and an Indian government spokesman said the Times report was "highly speculative." As a result, said officials, India was able to very "quickly and subtly" make preparations for the test of three nuclear devices Monday.

In fact, National Security Advisor Sandy Berger told reporters the United States still had no confirmation of the test nearly 12 hours after the blast occurred. India calculated the orbits of spy satellites and then moved equipment at times when they believed nothing was overhead. India, several officials noted, has long had a space program and is capable of determining what satellites are in which orbit. "They were in our blind spot," said a senior military official. Moreover, intelligence officials note that the Indian nuclear weapons program is the "most secretive" of all Third World programs. "We know more about the North Korean program than we do about the Indian program."

Satellite Imaging Capability

The reasons, say officials in both Washington and New Delhi, are varied. India has its own satellite-imaging capability, which gives it an understanding of what can and can't be seen from space. It's nuclear program is kept separate from its military, which like many militaries is prone to boasting and leaking. And unlike many programs, India's is not as dependent on outside help. India has a large pool of trained nuclear scientists and electrical engineers and an industrial infrastructure capable of producing key equipment. Much U.S. intelligence on other nations' nuclear programs is derived from electronic eavesdropping on sales of equipment related to weapons development. India has prevented Western intelligence from recruiting spies in India by an aggressive program of counterintelligence that includes surveillance and even attempted recruitment of diplomats and suspected agents. "They are very, very good," said one official. "Remember, this is the same country that produced the scientists who designed the Pentium chips," added an official. "They don't need a lot of outside help. They can do it on their own."


7. Death of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

At the time of India-Pakistan partition, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who became Pakistan's first Governor-General, was suffering from a fatal lung disease and his condition was only deteriorating and hence, on September 11, 1948, he died due to tuberculosis.

Death of Muhammad Ali Jinnah


8. Lal Bahadur Shastri's death

Mystery still shrouds the disappearance or death of the great leader Lal Bahadur Shastri. Though it is said that a heart attack took his life just a day after signing the Tashkent Declaration, his wife claimed that he was poisoned. People still allege a conspiracy behind his death and the government has refused to declassify records of his death.

 Lal Bahadur Shastri's death

9. The assassination of Rajiv Gandhi

The assassination of Rajiv Gandhi on the night of May 21, 1991, in an election rally shook the nation. However, the conspiracy behind his assassination is yet to be disentangled and some critical and relevant pieces of leads are yet to explored. The evidence has allegedly been tampered with and hence, this conspiracy hasn't received a clearcut answer.

The assassination of Rajiv Gandhi

10. Sanjay Gandhi's death

It is believed that Feroze Gandhi was not the father of Sanjay Gandhi and hence the latter was always pestering and blackmailing his mother Indira Gandhi with this secret. It was difficult for Indira to maintain her supposedly clean image and people believe she plotted her own son's death to get rid of the troubles that might have engulfed her, had Sanjay been alive.

 Sanjay Gandhi's death

11. Love affairs of Indira Gandhi

Indira Gandhi's character has always been questioned by one and all due to her multiple love affairs that couldn't be kept a secret. Even her marriage with Feroze Gandhi wasn't a sacred one and she is said to have secretly married Mohammad Yunus. It is alleged that Sanjay Gandhi was born out of this relationship. The Nehru-Gandhi dynasty is full of secrets that have been concealed from the public.

Love affairs of Indira Gandhi

12. Execution of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev

According to the book Martyrdom of shaheed Bhagat Singh, Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev died in a different way from what we know. It was the British government’s ‘Operation Trojan Horse’. They were removed from the hanging loose (before death), taken to the outskirts of Lahore and shot dead by a firing squad comprising the family of JP Saunders whom Singh had killed.

Execution of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev

13. Shanmugam Manjunath’s Murder

Shanmugam Manjunath (23 February 1978 – 19 November 2005) was a Sales Officer (grade A officer) for the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) who was murdered for sealing a corrupt petrol station in Lakhimpur Kheri, UP. This incident inspired several students at IIM, IIT and other institutes culminating with the IIM students setting up the "The Manjunath Shanmugam Trust".

Shanmugam Manjunath’s Murder

He had stumbled upon the selling of adulterated fuel taking place in two petrol pumps at Lakhimpur Khiri, Uttar Pradesh — a known hotbed of petroleum adulteration — and ordered them sealed. When dealers started operating them again, he conducted a surprise raid and was shot. He went there to perform his duty. He came back with six bullets, dead.

14. Zika virus

The World Health Organization (WHO) said India's health ministry had confirmed three cases of the mosquito-borne virus from the city of Ahmedabad in western Gujarat state.

Zika virus

Authorities in Gujarat said the cases were reported in a bustling neighbourhood between November 2016 and February 2017. The infection has been linked to severe birth defects in almost 30 countries. These include microcephaly, where babies are born with abnormally small heads and restricted brain development. Although the virus is mostly spread by mosquitoes, it can also be sexually transmitted.

Even before the first official case of the Zika virus was registered in Nigeria, researchers concluded in a paper published in 1953 that "significant numbers" of people had been exposed to the virus in India. A total of 33 of the 196 people tested for the new disease had immunity.

More than 60 years later, the three cases in India detailed in a statement by the UN health agency included two women, aged 22 and 34, and a 64-year-old man. The 34-year-old woman delivered a "clinically well baby" on 9 November 2016; the 22-year-old woman was tested positive for the virus in her 37th week of pregnancy. None of the three, according to reports, had travelled outside the country.

15. The character of Mahatma Gandhi

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi fought for the nation till his last breath and proved to be a great freedom fighter but his character was not seen in the good light. He is said to have had an unusual sex life and his character has been mocked at time and again.

The character of Mahatma Gandhi

 There are certain incidents that are yet to receive an unequivocal explanation. Indian public has been fooled into believing some things time and again without producing any explicit evidence or a convincing clarification. 

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