Rahul Wants To Be Oli Of India

By Premendra,
Rahul Gandhi considers only his ancestors Nehru, Indira, Sonia and Rajiv. There is doubt that they consider Rama their ancestor. On the instruction of Sonia Gandhi, the UPA government had given an affidavit in the Supreme Court that Ram is not a celebrity historical, he is a myth, he is a fictitious person.

The Communist Party that is ruling Nepal now, and the conversion of Hindus to Christianity has become very popular, and there is an anti-Indian sentiment that can be attributed to Nehru, Indira besides Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi.

It is well known that the Chinese Ambassador to Nepal, Ho Yankee, who is present in Nepal to retain the power of anti-India KP Sharma Oli. It has been discussed in the media.

Rahul Gandhi also met the Chinese Ambassador to India twice secretly during the Doklam dispute. At the time of the Olympic event in Beijing in 2008, Rahul Gandhi on behalf of Congress Party signed an MoU with the Communist Government of China in the presence of Sonia Gandhi and Xi Jinping that time General Secretary of Communist Party there and Vice President of China Govt. . How a political party can make an MoU with a foreign government has also been asked by Chief Justice Bobde of the Supreme Supreme Court.

The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation has received donations not only from the Chinese government but also from the China Ambassy.

In this context, it is necessary to mention here that the Communists had dominion in the kitchen of Indira Gandhi. Indira Gandhi was ruling at the behest of the KGB of Russia. The President of Russia, who is now Putin, is the only one in the KGB in Delhi at that time. Was the head of

All the above facts have an impact on Rahul Gandhi. That is why they wish that Rahul Gandhi can still become the Prime Minister of India with the help of China in the same way that Oli is still the Prime Minister in Nepal. That is why in yesterday’s editorial we also made it clear that Rahul Gandhi has become a devotee of China ever since he signed an MoU with the Communist Government of China.

India and Nepal must be prevented from becoming non-Hindu nation

Nepal’s national animal cow:Congress lifted ban on cow slaughter in Karnataka

Nepal and India were known in the world as Hindu nations. Nepal was a declared Hindu nation. During the British rule, if anyone from India used to go to Saudi Arabia or other Muslim country, then that was called as Hindus of Hindustan. At that time Hindu was not a communal word. Every person living in India was called a Hindu.

An order of the Supreme Court in relation to Hindu, Hindutva and Hinduism has been given by Justice Verma in 1995. It also clarifies that Hindu is a way of life: The SC said that “Hindutva / Hinduism is a way of life of the people in the subcontinent” and is a state of mind “

Mohammed Jinnah, the founder of the Muslim League, and Sir Saeed’s (DwiDesh) Two Nation Theory, the founder of the Aligarh University, and then the partition of India and the pseudo-secularism of the Congress, tried to make Hindustan non-Hindu. The Nehru-Gandhi dynasty served to speed it up

सम्पादकीय –भारत और नेपाल को अहिन्दू राष्ट्र बनने से रोकना आवश्यक
सम्पादकीय –भारत और नेपाल को अहिन्दू राष्ट्र बनने से रोकना आवश्यक

Today at the behest of China, the communist government of Nepal is anti-India because of the Congress governments of Nehru Gandhi dynasty.

For the past few days, the ruling Nepali Maoist political leadership in Nepal has been making derogatory remarks against New Delhi. Under the leadership of KP Sharma Oli, the Nepal Communist Party government has been daring to end the India-Nepal Roti Beti Hindutva-based relationship against the wishes of the people there.

While it is clear that the Maoist leadership in Kathmandu’s affairs is not good for India’s interests in the land of the landless, it should be noted that the successive Congress itself brought this devastation in India through the efforts of the Maoist leadership in Nepal of the Hindu monarchy. to wipe out.

It all started with the Rajiv Gandhi government, which was a major flaw in India’s relations with its neighboring countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka. These were traditionally India’s spheres of influence, but starting in the 1980s, successive Congress regimes succeeded in ensuring that India’s influence in the Himalayan country increased.

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China has also taken the neighboring country of Nepal under its control, making Nepal on its own gestures on the basis of money. This is the reason that apart from China-Pakistan, Nepal also started showing eye to India. The Oli government of Nepal has declared the territory of India as its own in the new map. All this was happening at the instigation of China. Now Oli’s Nepal Communist Party is seeking his resignation. Its leaders are saying that Oli is anti-India to hide his failure.

Rahul’s signing of MoU with Chinese government led to Nehru-Gandhi dynasty’s inclination towards left

Rahul Gandhi considers only Nehru-Indira-Rajiv-Sonia Gandhi, not believing his ancestor Ram. The Nehru-Gandhi dynasty has been inclined towards the left from the beginning. The sole purpose of the Communist Party is to abolish Hindutva. This is the reason that soon after the coming of communal rule in Nepal, historical ancient Hindu books available there were burnt. Puri Shankaracharya Swami Nischalananda Saraswatiji also confirmed this. P Chidambaram, a blind devotee of Marx, also said in a meeting in Uttar Pradesh that books should be burnt to show that India was proud.

In the heart of Nehru, his real mentor was not Mahatma Gandhi but Marshall Stalin: https://swarajyamag.com/ideas/jawaharlal-nehru-and-how-his-love-for-marxism-affected-india

Nehru praised Stalin

The book chapter titled, ‘A devoted disciple of Stalin’ is worth reading by every misguided Nehru-admirer who may be by chance a lover of democracy at heart. Nehru adored Stalin. In 1953, when Stalin died Nehru passed a resolution in the Indian Parliament to mourn the death of the most cruel mass murderer in the history of humanity ranking along with Hitler. He called Stalin as one who was “more than the head of the State” and as “a man who favoured peace” and described his own generation of Indians as “children of his age”. SRG conclusively proves that the real master of Nehru in his heart of heart was not Mahatma Gandhi but Marshal Stalin.

Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev flew a white dove, a symbol of mutual trust and peace, in New Delhi on March 1, 1960.

When Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrived in Chennai in 1960, he was given a drink, chewed when he chewed, knowing that India loves red color a lot.

This Is How Rajiv Gandhi’s Vaulting Ambitions And Sonia’s Ire Marked The Beginning Of Nepal’s Antipathy Towards India.

The following facts are presented based on an article by Arvindan Nilakandan in English published in Swaraj: https://swarajyamag.com/world/this-is-how-rajiv-gandhis-vaulting-ambitions-and-sonias-ire-marked-the-beginning-of-nepals-antipathy-towards-india

The shock that India is receiving in Nepal today can be attributed to former Prime Minister late Rajiv Gandhi and his policies.

That Nepal’s traditional ties with India have been deep need no repetition. Over the centuries, shared religious, cultural, and civilisational tenets have cemented ties between the people of the two countries.

But post-Independence, it was Jawaharlal Nehru’s supercilious attitude towards Nepal’s monarchy that heralded a strain in ties between the two countries.

Nehru’s socialist inclinations, and his proximity to leftists, dictated his coldness towards Nepal’s kings, who Hindus in both the countries considered to be incarnations of Bhagwan Vishnu.

Repeated attempts by Nepal’s kings to reach out to India were rebuffed by Nehru, who viewed the Hindu monarchs with considerable anathema.


Indo-Nepal merger- proposal

In 1952, the then king of Nepal Tribhuvan Vikram Shah and the Prime Minister of Nepal Matrikaprasad Koirala refused the proposal to include the Himalayan kingdom in India. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had said about merging Nepal into India. But Nehru deferred the matter. He said that due to the merger of Nepal into India, both the countries would be disadvantaged instead of profit and the tourism of Nepal would also stop.

Nepal-watchers have chronicled how, after being repeatedly rebuffed by New Delhi, Nepal’s kings slowly turned towards China. Ironically, it was to ward off China’s expansionism that the monarchs in Kathmandu wanted to strengthen ties with India. Nehru viewed the monarchy as anachronous in his world-view, more so since Nepal was a Hindu rashtra.

However, after Nehru’s death, there was a course correction of sorts by Lal Bahadur Shastri and then by Indira Gandhi. But the Nehruvian mindset with its inherent antipathy towards the world’s only Hindu nation still persisted within India’s diplomatic and policy establishments.

Many Indian Foreign Service (IFS ) officers from the early post-Independence era down to the early 1970s were left-inclined, and a sizeable number were camp followers of V K Krishna Menon, a diehard communist who is often blamed for the 1962 debacle.

Those diplomats kept on working against Nepal’s monarchy and supporting anti-monarchy forces in that country.

At that time New Delhi’s early seeds of mistrust were sown among the country’s civil society as well as Nepal’s ruling oligarchy due to the support of anti-monarchical forces in Nepal. Repeated allegations by Nepalis have also been taken seriously by Indian interference in Nepal’s internal affairs.

But tensions between the two countries were instigated by Rajiv Gandhi.

He inherited a largely world view of Nehru and established himself as a politician who would usher in the end of monarchy in Nepal.

People who were part of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) during and immediately after Rajiv Gandhi’s tenure as Prime Minister (1984-1989) say that he considered himself a champion of democracy and wanted to make his mark on the global stage. (Should be asked if there is democracy in China, if not, why the inclination towards it?)

However, Rajiv Gandhi’s diplomacy, strategy and philosophy of world affairs and his total ignorance led to many disasters. The biggest thing was the misfortune of the Indian Peace Keeping Force in Sri Lanka.

Rajiv Gandhi also pushed Myanmar towards China with his open support to pro-democracy forces led by Aung Sun Suu Kyi.

Under Rajiv Gandhi, India extended support and refuge to pro-democracy activists, angering Myanmar’s military rulers who then embraced China and started providing shelter to militant groups of northeastern India. Rajiv Gandhi’s support to Myanmar’s pro-democracy movement was dictated by his closeness to Suu Kyi, his childhood friend.

Suu Kyi had lived for many years at the 24 Akbar Road bungalow that was to become the Congress party headquarters later. She was a close friend of Rajiv Gandhi and Sanjay Gandhi and the three were often seen together at Rashtrapati Bhawan for riding lessons from the President’s Mounted Bodyguards there.

Rajiv Gandhi’s hostility to Nepal’s monarchy came out in the open after his visit to Kathmandu in December 1988.

That was his second official visit to Nepal, the first being a little over a year earlier to attend the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit there.

Rajiv Gandhi was accompanied by his wife and wanted to visit the Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu.

The temple management conveyed to the Indian embassy that while Rajiv Gandhi was welcome, Sonia Gandhi would be barred entry since she was not a Hindu.

Rajiv Gandhi took up the matter with King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah and requested the king to ensure that Sonia Gandhi would also be allowed entry into the mandir.

The king declined Rajiv Gandhi’s request and told the Indian prime minister that the temple’s traditions were inviolable.

Rajiv Gandhi was angry and Sonia Gandhi appears to have never forgotten the insult. It is widely believed that she was behind Rajiv Gandhi’s decision to impose a blockade on Nepal (read this).

The ostensible reason for the blockade was the expiry of bilateral trade treaties between the two countries, but analysts say the real reason was two-fold.

One was Nepal’s purchase of anti-aircraft guns and other arms from China.

And the second and more insidious reason was Rajiv Gandhi’s desire to teach Nepal a lesson for the perceived slight to his Catholic wife.

“It is well known that Rajiv Gandhi was ill-disposed towards Nepal’s monarchy and he had met pro-democracy leaders during his visit to Nepal in November 1987 for the SAARC summit. The Pashupatinath incident made him vengeful towards the king. The support that RAW started extending to Nepal’s anti-monarchists, including the Maoists, is very well known,” said a former Indian ambassador to Kathmandu.

Former Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) special director Amar Bhushan in his book Inside Nepal reveals how the agency worked to topple Nepal’s monarchy.

On Rajiv Gandhi’s instructions, RAW got all anti-monarchy forces together and won over Maoist leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal (aka Prachanda).

The whole ‘topple monarchy’ operation that Rajiv Gandhi ordered was a hare-brained one, say South Asia experts. That’s because Nepal’s Maoists who India sheltered and aided were essentially pro-China, and this came out in the open once they assumed power.

Despite the help they got from India, the Maoists and communists of Nepal had no love lost for India.

And on the other hand, the monarchy, sensing a threat from the India-supported pro-democracy movement, also sought help from China.

Beijing was more than willing to provide that help and support. It was a win-win for China, with no gains at all for India. And Rajiv Gandhi is to be blamed singularly for that.

For the people of Nepal, the blockade that created enormous hardships and crippled the country’s economy led to acute anger against India.

This anger intensified due to India’s overt interference in Nepal’s internal affairs: the open support given by New Delhi to the country’s pro-democracy and anti-monarchy movement.

India was seen as a bully and this image perpetuated itself because of a series of blunders that India has been committing in Nepal.

India’s foreign affairs establishment has, irrespective of the party in power, continued with Rajiv Gandhi’s policy of interfering in Nepal’s internal affairs. The 2015 blockade of Nepal and New Delhi’s attempts to force Nepal to amend its draft Constitution that year to accommodate the concerns of the Madhesis was another interference in Nepal’s internal affairs.

The same communists that Rajiv Gandhi actively encouraged to overthrow the monarchy are today pitted against India and are taking Nepal into China’s orbit. And once they declared Nepal to be a secular country after the fall of the monarchy, Nepal’s ties with India have only weakened.

The setbacks that India is facing in Nepal today can be attributed directly to Rajiv Gandhi and his policies. And also to his grandfather Nehru whose Himalayan blunders have been extensively documented and commented on.

Congress destroyed the Monarchy of Nepal and literally made Maoists who have ganged up with China today

Over the past few days, the ruling Nepalese Maoist political leadership in Nepal has been making contemptible remarks against New Delhi. Led by KP Sharma Oli, the Nepal Communist Party government has taken Indo-Nepal ties to an all-time low.

While it is clear that Maoist leadership at the helm of affairs in Kathmandu doesn’t augur well for India’s interests in the landlocked country, it must be noted that successive Congress regimes themselves brought this catastrophe upon India by aiding the Nepalese Maoist leadership in its attempts to annihilate the Hindu monarchy. Once this was achieved; it wasn’t really difficult for the Chinese to make a Client State out of Nepal.

It all started with the Rajiv Gandhi government, which was a colossal blunder in India’s ties with its neighbouring countries namely Nepal and Sri Lanka. These were traditionally India’s sphere of influence, but starting in the 1980s, successive Congress regimes managed to ensure that India’s influence decreased in the Himalayan country paving way for Chinese influence.

Last year, former R&AW special Director, Amar Bhushan made some startling revelations in his book Inside Nepal. He disclosed India’s covert operation in Nepal to bring down the Hindu monarchy, paving way for establishment of a Constitutional democracy. Till today, India, and especially Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi of the Congress party are hated by proponents of the monarchy, and those who seek to restore the Hindu Kingdom of Nepal.

The Rajiv Gandhi government decided to support the “People’s Movement” in Nepal, but several rounds of diplomatic negotiations with the Hindu King in Nepal, Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev didn’t work. So, the Rajiv Gandhi government went a step further and imposed a blockade of food supplies to force the King to institutionalise democracy.

This is when India’s influence in Nepal started receding for the first time as the Nepalese king, snubbed by India, chose Beijing’s help to offset New Delhi’s influence in the country.

The Rajiv Gandhi government thus managed to carve out space for Chinese footprints in a country that was always India’s sphere of influence, out of thin air. India, led by the Indian National Congress at the time, decided to continue with R&AW-led covert operations against the Nepalese monarchy.

Amar Bhushan’s book reveals that India’s external intelligence agency spent a considerable amount of time in luring Pushpa Kamal Dahal, better known as Prachanda, a Nepalese Maoist leader to put up a joint fight against the Hindu monarchy in Nepal. Dahal would later go on to lead the Nepalese Maoists in their hate campaign against India, including supporting calls for a ‘plebiscite’ in India’s Jammu & Kashmir and the Northeast.

If Rajiv Gandhi’s Nepal policy was irrational, the UPA era wasn’t even subtle about removing the Hindu monarchy and establishing the Nepalese Maoists at the helm of affairs in the Himalayan neighbour. The (Sonia Gandhi led) Manmohan Singh government depended on its coalition partners, including the Left, for survival, and BJP leader Advani even accused the UPA of ‘outsourcing’ its Nepal policy to the Communist Party of India, Marxist (CPI-M), which in turn is time and again accused of owing its allegiance to China.

In 2010, late Nepalese King Birendra’s royal aide, General Bibek Shah released a memoir “Maile dekheko darbar” that roughly translates into “The palace, as I saw it”, in which he claimed that New Delhi provided arms training to Nepal’s anti-monarchy Maoist insurgents and that he was asked to resign because he came to know about it.

Shah also wrote that when a team of Nepal Armed Police went to Chakrauta, Uttarakhand for arms training, they were told by trainers and locals that in the past other groups were also trained there. These other groups were the Maoists.

Shah dropped a bombshell by alleging that India could have incited Nepal’s royal carnage in 2001 that led to the death of King Birendra and nine other members of the royal family. The perpetrator, Crown Prince Dipendra apparently killed himself too. King Gyanendra succeeded the Nepalese monarchy.

The Congress-led UPA government kept mounting pressure on the Hindu monarchy and opposed King Gyanendra’s royal takeover in 2005.

In 2007, a Nepalese Maoist leader, Madhav Kumar Nepal had himself declared that India was not in support of the Nepalese monarchy. Meanwhile, the Opposition kept warning the UPA about the perils of aligning with the Nepalese Maoists.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, then Gorakhpur MP, Yogi Adityanath even warned of a “Red danger” in the Himalayan country following the abolition of the Hindu monarchy in Nepal in 2008. 12 years ago, Yogi Adityanath is getting vindicated as the Chinese proxy in Nepal is raking up irredentism against India.

The Modi government understands that the Hindu monarchy in Nepal is in India’s better interest as against a Maoist regime that wants to destroy the Nepalese civilisation.

India cannot afford a relationship with Nepal that oscillates with changing regimes and in this sense the re-installation of a Hindu Constitutional monarchy in Nepal in the only panacea.

The Nepalese monarchy shared deep ties with India, and King Birendra, for example, was a symbol of tradition for Goraknath Mutt. The King looked up to Mahant Avaidyanath, former religious and temporal head of the Gorakhnath monastery, as his guru. Interestingly, Yogi Adityanath succeeded as the head of the Gorakhpur Mutt in 2014.

Both India and Nepal must understand that there was no need to change the status quo and thrust Maoism and secularism upon the Himalayan kingdom. Atheism and Maoism that have penetrated into Nepal have destroyed its civilizational roots and cultural ties with India, playing into the hands of China.

China has been more than happy to capitalise upon the Maoist political leadership. The Nepal Communist Party finds its ideals in Mao Zedong and allows the Communist Party of China to guide its internal affairs. Congress’ strategic blunders in Nepal have led to India losing a close friend in the neighbourhood to China.

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