Nehru's mistakes haunts us even today

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  1. AJSINGH

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    We wd go an extra mile to celeberate Childrens Day Tomorrow..
    Amidst One Billion of us,99% may not even know who Swami Vivekananda or Balagangadara Tilak or Maulaana Abul Kalam Azad or Acharya Kripalani are..Leave alone their Birth Days.
    100% of the One Billion may not know,that one,Jayaprakash Narain,was a revolutionary to get independence and when he tried to escape from the prison,where he was arrested & kept,he was caught by the BRitish Soldiers in 1942 and they made him sit on Ice Block for 48 hrs..He became Impotent!

    Now I wd only like to give here what Sardar Patel has talked about Chacha Nehru..Read for your self:-
    Sardar Patel was the HOme Minister and Nehru was the PRime Minister of India since Independence..Nehru always tried to passify London and Moscow whereas,Patel,believed in Selfrespect without seeking others help..He spent more time in our villages,whereas Nehru spent more time in those fabulous cities.So there was a growing gap in the very Ideology between the two.

    It was the exemplary skills of Sardar patel which forced all the 550 small princes and zamindars to surrender to Independent India,tho' Nizam of Hyderabad,Kashmir,Junnahath,Trivancore,Bhopal,Jodhpur,and such small kingdoms refused to budge in .Junaahath Nawab openly challenged Patel saying they wd join Pakistan.Mount baton also encouraged Junnahath Nawab to openly revolt against India.Patel was able to tackle all these problems including Kashmir,which alone gave max troubles to Patel as they were constantly instigated by Jinnah from Pakistan.
    Kashmir Problem,Mountbaton said,can be referred to U.N.
    Nehru always sided whatever Mountbaton said and Patel was dead against this move of taking Kashmir to UN.
    Patel met Raja of Kashmir and even obtained his signature that the matter may not be referred to UN but JInnah silently sent in some troops across to Kashmir and started creating troubles.Patel sent our troops and there was clear victory for our troops as the infiltrators were successfully repulsed..
    Alas!Despite this Nehru referred this Kashmir issue to UN which was totally opposed by Sardar Patel..He said "it is purely an internal matter and why should we refer this to UN"

    Patel said"If only Nehru had listened to my advice,not a single Pakistani wd have been allowed to stay inside Kashmir even for a single day."Patel went on repeating this to every one and infact took it to Mahatma also.Patel raised this issue in the Congress Working committee and Nehru & Patel were at loggerheads on this issue often..Nehru started showing his hatred towards Patel as Nehru always wanted only Yes men around him.There were Nehru Group & Patel Group in the party.
    Sardar Patel wanted to atleast renovate the famous Somanath temple and Rajendra Prasad,President,attended the same.Nehru was absent.
    In the Nashik Conference,Patel fell sick but he warned 'that since China has occupied Tibet,India must be very very careful with China..They are not a trustworthy Neighbour.."
    Nehru ddin't like this also as he wanted to establish a relationship with the Chinese under any circumstances.
    Patel who returned to Bombay refused medical attention and died on 15th Dec 1950.
    Nehru wanted to bring the body to Delhi and give a fitting memorial which was refused by Patel's daughter,Maniben,who knew to what extent Nehru had done the damage on this great Soldier of India..
    The last rites were done in BOmbay and President Rajendra Prasad was uncontrollable touching Patel
    "What a great son of India..a good friend..How can I forget you my friend.."

    Prasad was unconsolable....

    One man didnt attend the funeral..

    Chacha Nehru..
    Nehru..was always Childish..read Sardar Patels views.. : RAJAH IYER blogs on sulekha, General blogs, RAJAH IYER blog from india
     
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    More about Nehru Mistakes
    from Pakistani parliament site. they have quoted Nehru and his crony menon extensively to prove their point on Kashmir

    Our view which we have repeatedly made public is that the question of accession in any disputed territory or State must be decided in accordance with wishes of people and we adhere to this view.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (in telegram No. 402-Primin-2227 dated 27 October 1947 to Prime Minister of Pakistan repeating telegram addressed to Prime Minister of United Kingdom).



    “In regard to accession also, it has been made clear that this is subject to reference to people of State and their decision.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (in telegram No.413 dated 28 October 1947 addressed to Prime Minister of Pakistan).



    “ …….the people of Kashmir would decide the question of accession. It is open to them to accede to either Dominion then.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (in telegram No.255 dated 31 October 1947 addressed to Prime Minister of Pakistan).



    “Kashmir should decide question of accession by plebiscite or referendum under international auspices such as those of the United Nations.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Letter No. 368-Primin dated 21 November 1947 to Prime Minister of Pakistan).



    “We are anxious not to finalize anything in a moment of crisis and without the fullest opportunity to be given to the people of Kashmir to have their say. It is for them ultimately to decide.



    “And let me make it clear that it has been our policy all along that where there is a dispute about the accession of a state to either Dominion, the accession must be made by the people of that state.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Broadcast to the Nation: “All India Radio”: 2 November 1947).



    “The issue in Kashmir is whether violence and naked force should decide the future or the will of the people.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Statement in Indian Constituent Assembly; 25 November 1947).



    “We have not opposed at any time an over-all plebiscite for the State as a whole…….”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (in telegram dated 16 August 1950 addressed to the U.N. Representative for India and Pakistan: S/1791 : Anne 1(B).



    “The most feasible method of ascertaining the wishes of the people was by fair and impartial plebiscite.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Joint press communique of the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan issued in Delhi after their meeting on 20 August 1953).



    “People seem to forget that Kashmir is not a commodity for sale or to be bartered. It has an individual existence and its people must be the final arbiters of their future.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Report to the All-India Congress Committee, 6 July 1951; The Statesman, New Delhi, 9 July 1951).



    “Kashmir is not a thing to be bandied about between India and Pakistan but it has a soul of its own and an individuality of its own. Nothing can be done without the goodwill and consent of the people of Kashmir.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Statement in the Indian Parliament, 31 March 1955).



    “We had given our pledge to the people of Kashmir, and subsequently to the United Nations; we stood by it and we stand by it today. Let the people of Kashmir decide.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Statement in the Indian Parliament, 12 February 1951).



    “We have taken the issue to the United Nations and given our word of honour for a peaceful solution. As a great nation, we cannot go back on it. We have left the question for final solution to the people of Kashmir and we are determined to abide by their decision.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Amrita Bazar Patrika, Calcutta, 2 January 1952).



    “If, after a proper plebiscite, the people of Kashmir said, ‘We do not want to be with India’, we are committed to accept that. We will accept it though it might pain us. We will not send any army against them. We will accept that, however hurt we might feel about it, we will change the Constitution, if necessary.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Statement in the Indian Parliament, 26 June 1952).



    “I want to stress that it is only the people of Kashmir who can decide the future of Kashmir. It is not that we have merely said that to the United Nations and to the people of Kashmir; it is our conviction and one that is borne out by the policy that we have pursued, not only in Kashmir but every where.



    “I started with the presumption that it is for the people of Kashmir to decide their own future. We will not compel them. In that sense, the people of Kashmir are sovereign.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Statement in Indian Parliament, 7 August 1952)



    “The whole dispute about Kashmir is still before the United Nations. We cannot just decide things concerning Kashmir. We cannot pass a bill or issue an order concerning Kashmir or do whatever we want.



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (The Statesman, 1 May 1953)



    “Leave the decision regarding the future of this State to the people of the State is not merely a promise to your Government but also to the people of Kashmir and to the world.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (In telegram No. 25 dated 31 October 1947 addressed to Prime Minister of Pakistan).



    “In regard to accession also it has been made clear that this is subject to reference to people of State and their decision.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (In telegram No.413 dated 28 October 1947 addressed to Prime Minister of Pakistan).



    “That Government of India and Pakistan should make a joint request to U.N.O. to undertake a plebiscite in Kashmir at the earliest possible date.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (In telegram No. Primin-304 dated 8 November 1947 addressed to Prime Minister of Pakistan).



    “We have always right from the beginning accepted the idea of the Kashmir people deciding their fate by referendum or plebiscite………..”



    “Ultimately, the final decision of settlement, which must come, has first of all to be made basically by the people of Kashmir…….”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Statement at Press Conference in London, 16 January 1951, The Statesman, 18 January 1951).



    “But so far as the Government of India are concerned, every assurance and international commitment in regard to Kashmir stands.”



    · JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    (Statement in the Indian Council of States; 18 May 1954).
     
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    This is a very realistic article which tells us exactly who is to blame for all modern day defence issues of our nation.
    It was not only Nehru but even his so called dynasty of rulers(Indira,Sanjay,Rajiv,Sonia n the future PM baby RAHUL) who have ruled this country for about 50 yrs now and r equally responsible for the external defence problems as well as the highest degree of political and bureaucratic ineffiency prevalent in out country.
    ALSO another point i would like to make here is that whereas Sardar wanted to give Pakistan a taste of their own medicine and just as the Hindus were being thrown out of Pakistan n it was proclaimed to be an Islamic nation ; similarly Sardar wanted to make India a Hindu nation but again it was our very own dear Nehru'Ji ' who said that India was to be left as it was and today with each new bomb exploding every other month in one or the other of our cities and groups such as SIMI & Indian Mujahiddin claiming responsibilty for such cowardly acts , "my blood boils" and the only wish i ask of God is to rewind time and erase Nehru from the history of our illustrious nation.

     
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    Oh no, not in hell that scum won't!!! He won't last 2 days in that post. :mad2:

    100% true.
     

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