BANDIT NEHRU, A SEASONED CHESS PLAYER
Date: 05 Oct 2008
1947, THE YEAR OF PARTITION.
The devastating surprise invasion of Kashmir within weeks of Partition, that wiped out the Hindu minority in the Valley, was deliberately planned and carried out by Nehru and Jinnah in collusion with the British in order to divert the nation's attention totally to the defence of Kashmir, while completely IGNORING India's historic defeat and the surrender of vast territories (five provinces) to the separatist Muslim "beasts".
It was history's worst ever unconditional surrender immediately followed by Bandit Nehru's biggest diversionary manoevre.
On the callous chessboard of bloodthirsty sub continental politics Jawaharlal Nehru proved to be a seasoned player.