Date: 22/10/2014

NB: The title above applies to Government of India until May 2014 when the new INDIGENOUS government came into power. Though the TOP is now "clean" and patriotic, the vast crippling ADMINISTRATIVE machine underneath (I.A.S. cadre, clerks, office BABOOS, peons and the President) remains the same- CORRUPT, SLOW, LETHARIGIC, "PEOPLE BASHING", INEFFICIENT AND USELESS.

Thank you for this well written 'look back' in our recent past, especially with regard to "demotion & degradation" of the armed forces due to mistrust. Just a few observations-

When we mention Nehru's FEAR of army it is vital to say WHY?

Why hide the fact that it was due to his fear of an assassin's bullet for handing over ONE THIRD OF INDIA instead of defending every inch in the manner of Churchill that is duly mentioned below!

Secondly, while mentioning the FAILURE to recover the whole of Kashmir it ought to be consciously stated that the next BEST opportunity came to retake North Kashmir with extreme EASE in January 1972 when Pakistan was upon her knees with 90 thousand troops in custody. "Civil Courage" demands that we mention Indira Gandhi's double edged HIGH TREASON. Firstly for NOT doing what the country (even if our enslaved ignorant & timid nation was ASLEEP) expected her to do and secondly handing over EAST PAKISTAN to Mujiburrahman without insisting on SECULARISM or ensuring the safety of the HINDUS betrayed there for the SECOND time!

In this context the esteemed author did mention the honourable, dignified and bold character of Field Marshal Maneckshaw but, again, Civil Courage demands that we mention the reason as to why he upset the prime minister who had secretly married Feroze KHAN and embraced ISLAM.

The reason was the pain she felt when the Indian troops were advancing! She asked Maneckshaw to CEASE FIRE to avoid the loss of life and further humiliation of Pakistan!

The learned author has mentioned Nehru's PANCHSHEEL. In this context it is vital for the awareness of our "bholi bhaali" Hindu nation to mention the earlier occasion when Nehru had actually PRACTISED "Panchsheel" that inspired him to repeat the same in 1954.

It is noteworthy that the first Panchsheel meant the UNCONDITONAL SURRENDER of five provinces of India while the latter one of 1954 was the UNCONDITIONAL submission and admission of INFERIORITY before China.

In both cases he proved to be detached from the interest of his own people and the defence of his country. It may be safe to say that NEVER IN HISTORY DID A COUNTRY HAVE A MORE USELESS PRIME MINISTER THAN NEHRU WHO WAS A LIABILITY BUT NOT AN ASSET."

The earlier "Panchsheel" of 1947 went like this:



MUSLIM AGGRESSION bore fruit. They succeeded in occupying one third of India overnight, and in exterminating the Non Muslims (i.e., HINDUS) living there.

HINDU RESPONSE (led by Nehru and inspired by Gandhi) was Surrender unconditional, and RUN.

Response by Indian Armed Forces: ZERO. They, too, packed up in utmost haste and vanished from their own territory.

While senile “Bapu” MK Gandhi lived in his own make-believe unrealistic world of “Hindu-Muslim Bhai Bhai”, it was cunning Jawaharlal Nehru who stepped in the political VACUUM and began to seriously represent India at the so-called “Independence” talks that ended in the mutilation of (Akhand) Bharat. Humbled, disgraced and defeated he came home, yet hailed & celebrated by the people as a great hero!

Nehru’s conduct needs a closer scrutiny. That he never mentioned to Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the leader of Indian Muslims, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall,”, is no more a mystery. Nehru was literally the “Son of a Mohammed” himself, and his job was tough and dangerous: to destroy the Hindu nation from within by agreeing to break up India while at the same time projecting himself as a champion of Secularism and an indomitable freedom fighter.

Hindus have never dared to look at their rulers with a critical eye since the first Hindu critic had his eyes gouged out before being beheaded in public by the Mohammedan invaders from Arabia in 712 AD. Thereafter it was the British who shot and hanged the critics of regime in their thousands. Thus a tradition set in to blindly follow the one in front like the sheep approaching the edge of the precipice.

Nehru himself had described the state of patriotism and awareness of the Hindus more accurately than anyone else. When an aide pointed out the possibility of a patriot, or a man in uniform, firing a gun at him if he agreed to Partition, he quipped, “Hindus will not only accept Partition but also celebrate it!” The aide was left speechless. On another occasion when asked about demanding Referendum over Partition, Nehru replied, “Who consults the cattle?”

Haven’t we often wondered as to what the terms and conditions of Partition really were? Shame, if we haven’t!

“We wish there were some, or at least one!”, replied a Hindu professor of history.

And what would that have been if there was to be just ONE condition?

“Expel the “separatist dogs” lock stock and Koran from Partitioned India,” said his wife instantly as if by reflex action.

But there were conditions, though not from Nehru or Gandhi, the leaders of Hindusthan and the sons of soil, but from the leader of the MUSLIMS, Mohammed Ali Jinnah.

Neither Nehru nor Gandhi mentioned exchange of population or Referendum. Neither demanded time to comprehend the future implications of partition for the Muslims in Bharat and the Hindus who would be trapped in Pakistan, or, merely to think it over.

The conditions that were then dictated were fully backed and endorsed by Britain, our colonial master, and, astonishingly, accepted by Gandhi, Nehru and their “All-India Congress Party” that claimed to represent ALL the Indians throughout the country-from Kashmir to Kerala and from Khyber to Chittagong.

Demoralised Hindu & Sikh leaders, who became even more self-negating “secular sacrificial goats” under Gandhi’s influence, held their breath while cancer-eaten “skeleton” of Mohammed Ali Jinnah proclaimed his conditions, one by one. (Jinnah died an agonising death in Karachi on 11 September 1948, just over a year after Pakistan's creation.

At that critical juncture in our history Jawaharlal Nehru was correctly noticed by some smart Hindus to be the illegitimate son of a Muslim, the secret agent of Anglo-Islamic Axis, who stood solidly on the side of Jinnah.

Nehru never uttered a single word to support “Akhand Bharat” as if our ancient land of Vedas and wisdom was a mere rag bag. With Nehru turned into an enemy, the full brunt of fighting Partition fell on “Bapu” Gandhi who had already shown his commitment to non-violence, conciliation, appeasement and, therefore, unconditional surrender.

This put the Hindus in extremely vulnerable and dangerous position. Mohammed Ali Jinnah had his Pakistan in his hand and our Hindusthan under his foot.

Emboldened by British support, Jinnah’s dictation to all the Hindu leaders seemed like one determined cat addressing the vast assembly of rats.


1. LOCAL (not overall) MAJORITY. “Wherever we are in majority that territory will belong to our Rasul Allah Mohammed of Mecca, in perpetuity. You will surrender all that land unconditionally, including the ancient cities of Multan with Bhagat Prahlad Temple, Chakwal with Katasraj Temple since the days of Mahābhārata where the Pandava brothers spent a substantial part of their exile at the site [], and last but not the least Nankana Sahib, the Janmasthan of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikh faith.”

“Yes, Sir, we agree. Pray carry on,” said Gandhi and Nehru, listening meekly.

2. CONSTITUTION: “For those territories that you surrender we shall write up, and enforce, ISLAMIC Constitution that will be based on the teachings of KORAN. We shall treat all the KAFIRS, i.e., Non Muslims, as prescribed in The Book.”

“Yes, Sir, we agree. Pray carry on,” said Gandhi and Nehru meekly, trembling while listening.

3. HOLOCAUST OF HINDUS. We reserve the right to carry out total ethnic cleansing of Hindus and Sikhs by murdering, abducting, raping millions and expelling tens of millions from their homes, degrading them in our ISLAMIC Pakistan by denying them EQUALITY with the Muslims who will be free to rape a non-Muslim female and if she complains, she will be required to produce FOUR male witnesses to support her accusation. You will watch like the sheep in abattoir your fellow Hindus killed in Kashmir, East Bengal, Sindh, even Uganda and Fiji, but do nothing while silently waiting for your own turn. In the case of all mixed marriages, the non-Muslim spouse will embrace Islam at once, or face DEATH.”

“Yes, Sir, we agree. Pray carry on,” said Gandhi and Nehru meekly, listening.

4. SPECIAL RIGHTS FOR MUSLIMS IN “BROKEN” BHARAT. “Thou shalt not touch the whiskers of a Mohammed in Hindusthan. Your government will undertake to safeguard life and property of each and every Muslim citizen while we reserve the right to do ethnic cleansing in accordance with the Will of Allah. In cinemas NO Hindu actor will be seen doing any love scene or dance with a Muslim actress while Muslim actors will have full freedom to dance, kiss, play, strip & bare (naked) any Hindu actress.”

“Yes, Sir, we agree. Pray, hurry up. We need to start breathing.” said Gandhi and Nehru meekly, holding their breath.

5. TERRITORIAL ENCROACHMENT. Finally let it be clear upon you that any territory or land that is once under the foot of Mohammed (i.e., “Islamic”), will belong to MOHAMMED of MECCA in perpetuity. Any territory or land that is once ours will never be yours. Accordingly, not only West Pakistan but also East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and any part of Kashmir captured by us, will remain ISLAMIC for ever.”

“Yes, Sir, we agree. Thank you,” said Gandhi and Nehru, mighty relieved that the Islamic “PANCHSHEEL” had come to an end and they could breathe normally once again.

YES, the lives of our despicable cowardly “netas” had been spared though MILLIONS of ordinary citizens of Bharat lost theirs as a direct result of “buying peace” from the Devil.

It was like Chamberlain’s “Peace with Honour” agreement with HITLER in 1938. Hindusthan, known as “Bharat Mata”, or “Mother India”, shrank in size and acquired her most disgusting map outline. Nehru was an accomplice while Gandhi had “bought” his peace.

It is up to us to open our eyes and see the Truth. It is up to us to demand a TRIAL of Jinnah, Nehru and Gandhi for HIGH TREASON. Such trial can never be time barred.

It is up to the PEOPLE of India to unite and then become a MIGHTY FORCE to reckon with. Shedding the traits of “jackals” but acquiring the guts of “lions” we all should step forward and exterminate the anti Hindu, anti secular and anti national “vermin” who have been ruling and fooling our great nation of one billion since the Day of Partition in 1947.


22 October 2014.



In a message dated 22/10/2014 12:26:41 GMT Daylight Time, xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

Art of Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory

by H.N. Bali
Worrisome Tinkering with Defense Portfolio – Part III

Continued from “Defense Isn’t for Tinkering”

If ever there was a country where political ham-handedness recklessly frittered away, a winning hand that it had been dealt, and with astonishing regularity, that is post-Independence India. One enviable institution that the British built and bequeathed to free India was a well-trained professional army which, when called upon to serve the Republic, acquitted itself most creditably. Indeed, the 1962 War is an exception. However, the reasons for its poor performance then, were entirely on account of inept political leadership.

Right from the first war with Pakistan in 1947, our political leadership developed the art and craft of snatching embarrassing defeat from the jaws of hard-won victory. And that these repeated let-downs have not dented the professional performance of our armed forces does them proud. However, their political masters stubbornly refused to mend their ways. While elsewhere in the world such feats would be mocked at and every possible ignominy heaped on them, in our society, the perpetrators for such sordid deeds escape unscathed.

Once a war is on, the combatants have one and only one aim, namely, to fight to win and not a la Nehru to cringe and crawl before super powers to save us. While fighting a war, our creed should be in Churchill’s memorable rhetorical flourish “We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender”. Yes, nations pay the price — howsoever formidable - to fight and fight to the finish. The enemy is enemy whosoever he may be. Don’t forget the Mahabharata War and the clarion call of Krishna on the battle field embodied in the Gita.

Indeed, Bhisma Pitamaha was the most venerable paterfamilias of the Kuru clan. But since without killing him the war won’t end, Krishna exhorted Arjun to be unsparing. Similarly, Dronacharaya was their respected teacher but he too had to be eliminated. Hence, the resort to a stratagem — however questionable - to kill him. Also, unfair indeed was the mode of killing Karan when he was trying to extricate the wheel of his chariot, but it stands justified to achieve the one overriding end of war i.e., to win it.

Nehru’s Distrust

Somehow, the bloodshed of the Mahabharata War and the spell of the Buddhist and Jain credo of ahimsa and the Gandhian emphasis on non-violent struggle, highly diluted - if no altogether destroyed – what’s popularly referred to as the killer instinct. Further compounding our lack of war-preparedness was Nehru’s distrust of our armed forces.

The supremacy of the political authority over the military establishment was a fait accompli by the time India became independent. Nehru, however, felt insecure and was distrustful of General Cariappa’s popularity who took over as the first army chief after 1947.

Field Marshal Cariappa’s son, Air Marshal K C Cariappa put on record in his book on his father how Jawaharlal Nehru had a lurking fear in the 1950s that General Cariappa would engineer a coup against him. So shaken was Jawaharlal by the constitutional coup in Pakistan in 1953, that he immediately packed the General off after his retirement, to the other end of the world i.e., as High Commissioner to Australia. The son records: “Father was perceived as being too popular, not only in the Army but among those in other walks of life too. Perhaps, there was a lurking suspicion that he might engineer a coup. Nothing could be further from truth.”

Air Marshal Cariappa’s testimony is borne out by Field Marshal Manekshaw. Delivering the inaugural lecture on the all-important theme of leadership, Manekshaw turned to General Choudhury who had introduced him, and said:

General Choudhury, I thank you for the very kind words you spoke about me. You have told us all the good things that Field Marshal Cariappa has done. But one big thing that he did, you haven’t mentioned. He taught the Indian Army to be completely apolitical. Ours is one country, where soldiers have kept out of politics. I think that was the biggest achievement of Field Marshal Cariappa, the greatest service to this country. (Italics added.)

Nehru however had his own notions of political control. He kept armed forces completely out of the loop of decision-making and consultation in matters of national security. He merely expected unquestioning acquiescence to his orders like the one he issued to his favorite commander Lt. Gen. B M Kaul: “throw the Chinese out.” Hence the absence of any meaningful discussion with the top brass of armed forces in matters related to national security. The result was the growth of art and craft of how to snatch an embarrassing defeat from the jaws of victory.

May I illustrate my thesis by the following examples?

The Kashmir Mess

There can be no better example of shooting in one’s own foot than India’s ridiculously clumsy handling of the Kashmir issue in 1947 and thereafter. It is a sad tale of naiveté compounded by blinkered vision of a leadership that needed lessons in decision-making.

Hari Singh was the reigning monarch of the state of Jammu and Kashmir in 1947. He was a past master in fence-sitting. The Pakistani tribal marauders, duly backed by the Pakistan army, shook him up in October 1947. Unable to counter them, Hari Singh appealed to India for assistance and he agreed to accede to the Dominion of India. Indian forces blunted the invasion and wrested back vast areas.

First, India erred by not insisting on unequivocal accession of the state. Sheikh Abdullah who had carefully camouflaged ambitions to be the Sultan of Kashmir, manipulated Nehru into giving special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir through Article 370 of the Constitution. Secondly, when on the verge of evicting all invaders and recapturing the still-occupied parts of the State, India halted operations on 1 January 1949 in response to the UN Security Council resolution.

It is the only case in recent history wherein a country, when on the threshold of complete victory, voluntarily acceded in the misplaced hope of winning admiration of the world community, its own occupied territory. Above all, the most inept political leadership under the spell of a manipulating Governor General - Tricky Dicky as Mountbatten was called by perceptive observers - most shockingly, the Indian leadership made an offer of a plebiscite in Kashmir under the auspices of the UN.

Have a look at the map of the area. As much as forty percent area of the state continues to be under Pakistan’s control, providing it a strategic land route to China through the Karakoram ranges. Later in 1963, Pakistan magnanimously ceded a significant chunk under its control to its political ally, China. Simultaneously, the Chinese occupied Aksai Chin while we slumbered.

As fallout of the unresolved dispute, India and Pakistan have fought four wars (if you include the Kargil operations too) and innumerable skirmishes with no solution in sight. Worse, the local politicians are holding India to ransom by playing the Pakistan card. Kashmir issue is a self-inflicted cancerous furuncle that defies all medications and continues to bleed the country.

Will Indian leadership ever have the courage to mount a surgical operation to eliminate the festering boil?

Capture of Aksai Chin

During the 1950s, China built a 1,200 km (750 mi) road connecting Xinjiang and western Tibet, of which 179 km (112 mi) ran south of the Johnson Line through the Aksai Chin region claimed by India. We did not even know about the existence of the road until 1957, which was confirmed when the road was shown in Chinese maps published in 1958.

For purposes of record, the Indian position was that the Aksai Chin was a “part of the Ladakh region of India for centuries” and that this northern border was a “firm and definite one which was not open to discussion with anybody”.

The Chinese maintain that the Aksai Chin was already under Chinese jurisdiction, and that negotiations should take into account the status quo. Incidentally, we had the first Government of India after Independence headed by Nehru, which didn’t know what precisely its frontiers were.

It is noted in Air Marshal Cariappa’s biography of his father, how a few years later, General Cariappa asked Nehru for the reason of the ceasefire. “You see the UN Security Council felt that if we go any further it may precipitate a war. So, in response to their request we agreed to a ceasefire,” Nehru added: “Quite frankly, looking back, I think we should have given you ten or fifteen days more. Things would have been different then.”

The book also mentions that in 1951, there were disquieting events in the North-Eastern region when Chinese troops were caught with maps showing some parts of North-East Frontier Agency (NEFA) as part of China. Because the Army had no operational responsibility there, the region being under the Assam Rifles who were under the control of the Governor of Assam, General Cariappa brought this to the notice of Nehru only to be rebuked that “it is not for the Army to decide who the nation’s likely enemies would be!”

Panchsheel Fetish

While ominous the Chinese threat was building momentum, Nehru was enamored of the much-trumpeted and least honored Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence - popularly known as Panchsheel - which are a set of principles to govern relations between states. (Their first formal codification in treaty form was in an agreement between China and India in 1954.) So obsessed was Nehru with Panchsheel that he completely forgot the distinction, enunciated be British historian E H. Carr, between realistic international policies versus utopian ones. Carr had argued that in realism there is no moral dimension, and that what is successful is right, and what is unsuccessful is wrong.

That Nehru’s international vision was completely blinkered was proved by the drubbing which we received at the hands of the Chinese in the 1962 war. One often overlooked fact of the Sino-Indian conflict is the utter docility of the armed forces to stand up to tell the political establishment that they weren’t prepared for an attack in October 1962. Field Marshal Manekshaw had the moral courage to confront the Indira Gandhi cabinet on April 28, 1971 to tell some blunt home truths about the situation. And that made the profound difference between the repeat of 1962 and the victory of December 1971.

Tashkent Agreement

Following the cease-fire after the Indo-Pak War of 1965, a Russian-sponsored agreement was signed between India and Pakistan in Tashkent on 10 January 1966. Under the agreement, India agreed to return the strategic Haji Pir pass to Pakistan which it had captured in August 1965 against exceedingly heavy odds and at a huge human cost. The pass connects Poonch and Uri sectors in Jammu and Kashmir and reduces the distance between the two sectors to 15 km whereas the alternate route entails a travel of over 200 km.

What did India get in return? A bland undertaking by Pakistan to abjure war! Even the unlettered villager knew Pakistan had no intention whatsoever to honor the undertaking. It was just a maneuver to wriggle out.

To add mystery to the whole process, Prime Minister Shastri died on 10th January, 1966 after signing the Tashkent Declaration with President Ayub Khan to return Haji Pir Pass to Pakistan. There are people who believe that the stress of being forced to take a very unpopular decision, under Soviet pressure, in all probability contributed to the fatal heart attack that Prime Minister Shastri had on that fateful night in January 1966.

Return of the vital Haji Pir pass was, strategically, a mistake of monumental proportions for which India is suffering till today. In addition to denying a direct link between Poonch and Uri sectors, the pass is being unabashedly used by Pakistan to sponsor infiltration of terrorists into India. Inability to resist Russian pressure was a manifestation of the spineless Indian foreign policy and an extremely short-sighted political leadership.

History, regrettably, is unforgiving. And since historical mistakes cannot be undone, they have complex cascading effect on a nation’s future. However, the wise ensure such mistakes are at least not repeated. We, on the contrary, repeat them with gay abandon.

To be Continued…