Is there a devilish plan to resuscitate separatist Kashmir and Khalistan and the sudden interest in the Tamil speaking minority of Lanka’s war-torn north a trick to break-up India?
For over 5 years Congress boss-woman Sonia Gandhi’s links with the KGB and the Inter-Services Intelligence have been exposed in these columns. They have been corroborated by others like ace lawyer Ram Jethmalani.
Chidambaram’s countenance being projected as the spoiler has other sinister angles covering Tamil Nadu. Chidambaram had sung Rajiv Gandhi’s murder mastermind Prabhakaran’s paeans. The lawyer also had repeatedly lied about the fate of the Tamil Tiger terrorist and totally confused Tamil Nadu politics.
The mystery over the end of Prabhakaran is yet to be solved. 
Chidambaram is being projected as the link between Pak terrorism and the alleged saffron terror. But, his connections with the underbelly of Tamil Nadu politics – in turn linked to Tamil nationalism and the cover-up of the real secrets of the cold-blooded murder of Rajiv Gandhi need to be urgently unearthed.
The question to be asked:
Is the Congress party’s ‘feeble defence’ of former Union ‘recount’ Minister P Chidambaram meant to make the fall guy to divert attention from the hideous lies uttered by the senior lawyer about the foul murder of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi?
Evidence pointing to Sonia Gandhi’s diabolic links with the KGB were published by this author. Corroboration was provided by ace lawyer Ram Jethmalani. Excerpts:
Resolution reference number CPSU/CC/No 11228/3 dated 20 December 1985 endorsed by the USSR Council of Ministers in Directive No 2633/Rs dated 20 December 1985 cleared payments made to Sonia Gandhi’s family from 1971 onwards.
On December 18 2010, a report in the columns revealed that Sonia Gandhi was introduced to Rajiv Gandhi in Cambridge in the 60’s by Salman Taseer who had once been a serving agent of Pakistan’s ISI.
Taseer was assassinated on January4 2011 for blasphemy. The killer was Mumtaz Qadri – Salman’s bodyguard was hanged later.
These were copycat acts congruent with the murder of Indira Gandhi in 1984 at the hands of her own bodyguards and its aftermath.
Operative excerpts citing Ved Marwah, then a joint secretary in the ministry of social justice said thus:
“We came to know around 11 that she had been shot. I immediately caught a bus to Delhi. I was anguished at the death of the Prime Minister. But the riots left me very, very angry. While Indira Gandhi’s assassins were brought to justice (Satwant Singh and co-conspirator Kehar Singh were executed on January 6, 1989), those who killed Sikhs in her name are roaming free to this day.”
Maneka Gandhi, the widow of Sanjay Gandhi was forced to leave Indira Gandhi’s household in 1982. She was born a Sikh and a symbol of the faith – guarding the PM’s house from the inside.
The diktat of vide the first Anandpur Sahib resolution by 10th Guru – Gobind Rai in April 1699 states that Sikhism is the sword and shield arm of the Hindu faith that shall guard undivided India that is Bharat.
Pakistan used the imagery of Anandpur Sahib for the Khalistan declaration from the same spot as Guru Gobind Singh. The first resolution in the presence of the 10th Guru vowed to defend Bharat. The latter was meant to create a dissension within India – spearheaded by the Sikhs!
Sikh terrorists and the Indian army were led by Shahbeg Singh and Kuldip Singh Brar respectively who had fought shoulder to shoulder during the Bangladesh liberation war of 1971 crushing Pakistani troops and managing to capture over 90,000 prisoners of war including Pak general A.A.K Niazi.
Sikhism’s last preceptor Guru Gobind Singh termed his faith as the ‘eternal, living sword and shield arms of Hinduism’ that would ensure an equal society within the realm of UNDIVIDED INDIA which would be ruled as per the tenets of Khalsa – an egalitarian system created by him. The operative sentence had been RAAJ KAREGAA KHALSA [meaning India shall be ruled by the principles of Khalsa].
Pakistan’s ISI and its flunkey terrorist organisations had links with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam [LTTE] and its leader Tamil Tiger terrorist Prabhakaran.
Arms Procurement and shipping activities of LTTE were largely clandestine. Prior to 1983, it procured weapons mainly from Afghanistan via the Indo-Pakistani border. Since late 1997, North Korea became the principal country to provide arms, ammunition, and explosives to the LTTE.
The LTTE members operated a cargo company called “Otharad Cargo” in the United Arab Emirates. There are reports that the LTTE met Taliban members and discussed the “Sharjah network”, which existed in the Sharjah emirate of the United Arab Emirates. The Sharjah network was used by Victor Bout, an arms-smuggling Russian intelligence agent, to provide the Taliban with weapons deliveries and other flights between Sharjah and Kandahar.
The Mackenzie Institute claimed that LTTE’s secretive international operations of the smuggling of weapons, explosives, and “dual use” technologies is attributed to the KP Branch, headed by Selvarasa Pathmanathan prior to 2002.
The European Union banned LTTE as a terrorist organisation on 17 May 2006. In a statement, the European Parliament said that the LTTE did not represent all Tamils and called on it to “allow for political pluralism and alternate democratic voices in the northern and eastern parts of Sri Lanka”.
In October 2014, the European Court of Justice annulled the anti-terrorism sanctions and several other restrictions placed on the LTTE in 2006. The court noted that the basis of proscribing the LTTE had been based on “imputations derived from the press and the Internet” rather than on direct investigation of the group’s actions, as required by law. Later, in March 2015, the EU re-imposed the sanctions and restrictions.
The ‘political relationship’ between the Congress and the DMK, to say the least, is a strange bundle of contradictions and flip-flops.
Indira Gandhi dismissed the Karunanidhi government in 1976 based on charges of possible secession and corruption.
In 1997, the IK Gujral regime at the centre was toppled by the Congress because it did not take action against the DMK – which the Jain Commission said, had an important conspiratorial role in the killing of Rajiv Gandhi.
The arrival of Sonia Gandhi on the political scene saw her party insisting that DMK ministers resign from the UF government, in the wake of the Jain Commission’s alleged adversarial remarks on the party’s role in Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination.
Tamil Dalit leader Thol Thirumavalavan openly supports the LTTE and Prabhakaran. He repeatedly slams the Congress for the genocide of Tamils in Sri Lanka. Yet, he won the 2009 parliamentary elections from the Chidambaram Reserve constituency with the support of the Congress and the DMK.
Prabhakaran was “declared assassinated” on May 18 2009 – but the Sri Lankan regime is yet to provide evidence that the body paraded on India’s television screens on May 19 2009 was indeed that of the boss who controlled the shamefully cruel organisation Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam [LTTE].
Operative excerpt from the Time’s report:Prabhakaran was one of 18 top LTTE leaders killed in the early-morning ambush, the government said. On May 19, the army released images to Sri Lankan television of Prabhakaran’s body, still in its uniform, in which his face is clearly visible. For the generation of Sri Lankans who have grown up knowing only a nation in conflict, the image of Prabhakaran has loomed over their lives, either as enemy or saviour. More than 70,000 people have been killed in 26 years of war in Sri Lanka, and there are those who will not believe the elusive figure is gone until they see proof.
India is in possession of the fingerprints of Prabhakaran. If the body paraded on television screens on May 19 2009 was that of Prabhakaran, the evidence could have been easily presented by comparing prints from the body with those in Tamil Nadu. Prabhakaran had been fingerprinted in 1981 during a shootout with another militant Uma Maheshwaran in Chennai’s Pondy Bazar.
On May 19, 1982, a shootout occurred at about 9:45 p.m. at Pondy Bazaar, Mambalam, Madras between LTTE and PLOTE members. V. Prabhakaran and Raghavan (alias Sivakumar) of the LTTE, armed with revolvers, opened fire on Jotheeswaran and Mukundan (alias Uma Maheswaran) of the PLOTE. In the mid-1970s, both Prabhakaran and Uma Maheswaran were members of the LTTE. During the gunfire, Jotheeswaran sustained bullet injuries both in his right and left thighs. Mukundan was also shot at but escaped unhurt.
The accused V. Prabhakaran and Sivakumar were arrested and remanded. Both of them were proclaimed offenders of the Sri Lankan government with a reward on their head of Rs. 5 lakhs each.The accused remained in custody until August 5, 1982 when they were released by the orders of the court on conditional bail.
In 1986, during Operation Tiger, Prabhakaran was hauled to the police headquarters. A detailed account of the LTTE arms has been given in a blog penned by an unidentified person – believed to be close to the Government of Sri Lanka.
The world at large is very, very interested in these blogs! The evidence:
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