This story starts with Indira and ends with Rajiv Gandhi.
This is a long read, but every paragraph will shake you to the core.
On this day in 2001, died an IFS Diplomat of Pakistani origin, close aide of Khan Abdul Gafar Khan & after independence got close to Nehru &
subsequently his daughter Indira Gandhi Alias Maimuna Begum.
In between there is Lust, Deceit, Treachery, Emotion all suppressed by one AMOROUS woman Indira. (Said by Khushwanth Singh).
The HerStory Begins.....
Feroze and Indira were blessed with Rajiv Gandhi and Sanjay Gandhi
however, it is believed by theorists that Sanjay is Indira’s son from Mohammad Yunus and not Feroze Gandhi. the more important fact about Sanjay Gandhi, as openly stated in the book ‘The Nehru Dynasty’ by K N Rao, is that this man (Sanjay Gandhi) wasn’t the son of Feroze Khan
after all. He was, in fact, the son of another Islamic connection of Indira Gandhi, named Mohammad Yunus.
“This Mohammad Yunus was the man to openly cry his heart out when Sanjay Gandhi was killed in a plane crash.
He had in fact, admitted in his book
‘Persons, Passions and Politics’ that his son, Sanjay was actually raised in terms of Islamic principles, and even circumcised accordingly.”
Sanjay Gandhi knew about his real father and he used to threaten his mother Indira that he would reveal it in public. Which is why Sanjay
controlled the government as he desired and Indira chose to ignore his misdeeds. And ultimately she is said to be the reason behind Sanjay’s death in a plane crash.
Most seniors here are well aware about Outlook’s Vinod Mehta and his proximity with Nehru Dynasty.
He wrote a
biography on Sanjay Gandhi "A Low Flying Gandhi" and read these Paragraphs taken from that... and more importantly PRESSTITUTION during Emergency...

"In the early months of the Emergency, when Mrs Gandhi was busy consolidating her own position in the altered circumstances not
much attention was paid to Sanjay.

However, as soon as Mrs Gandhi indicated that she herself was pushing her son into public life and was herself interested in promoting his political career, the press promptly picked him up.
Out of the 5 national English language dailies
(they constitute the main press in India), three—the Hindustan Times , The Hindu and The Times of India took up the cause most actively.

If you examine Hind.Times between, say, December ’75 and January ’77, it will take some searching before you can find an extensive coverage
without Sanjay.

The Hindu became the official Sanjay apologist, and I suppose the kiss of death for that paper was when #MohammadYunus singled it out for special praise.
TOI frequently published as many as eight stories on Sanjay in one edition.
Indeed, the Times was so
delighted with the young man that it refused to publish even letters to the editor which were mildly critical of him or the programmes he espoused.

Mohammed Yunus had an official son #AdilShahryar, Adil was a close friend of Rajiv Gandhi.
Adil was corrupt
to the core, handling black money of Indira & Co.

1. On August 30, 1981, he was taken into custody by state authorities in Miami after he attempted to set fire in his room at the Sheraton Beach Hotel. Following probe, he was remanded to the custody under an unusually high bond
of Rs 90 lakh.
2. Adil was also accused for attempting to plant an explosive material in a ship.
3. He was also charged with defrauding shipping authorities and the American Express International Banking Corporation.
4. Adil was accused of making a fire-arm.
5. He was charged
with the use of fire-arm while indulging in felony.
Adil failed to prove himself innocent in the court & was sentenced to imprisonment of 35 years by the US Federal court & kept under surveillance in Florida jail.

This below paragraph is taken from #AnujDhar Sir & he had access
to senior editor at IndiaToday for the same.
"Yunus threatened Rajiv that he would unmask his grandfather in the Netaji matter if he did not seek his son's release," were the words of Pradip Bose, Netaji's nephew.
The question is: was Yunus someone who fitted the description of
a "man who knew too much" over the controversy related to the fate of Subhas Chandra Bose? It has been claimed over the years that Jawaharlal Nehru used to entrust Yunus with the safekeeping of the secret files on Bose.
Now that Yunus is dead, we may never know the truth.
Partly because several classified Nehru-era records concerning Bose and the Indian National Army (INA) properties were illegally destroyed when Indira Gandhi was the prime minister.…

The Bhopal gas tragedy, on the night of 2–3 Dec1984
at the Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal is considered to be the world's worst industrial disaster.
Union Carbide’s Chief Executive Officer Warren Anderson, was duly arraigned, and was scheduled to stand trial in India over the gargantuan mishap.
But he was whisked away
to his native United States, where he spent the rest of his life, unfettered by any guilt.
Never did he have to pay a single penny for what he had unleashed on the inhabitants of Bhopal that fateful night in 1984.
Shahryar was not set free until, as the story goes, Rajiv Gandhi
had made a personal intervention.
Rajiv Gandhi had a quid pro quo arrangement with the US and he allowed Union Carbide chief Warren Anderson to run away to the US. The late Congress leader and the then Madhya Pradesh chief minister Arjun Singh was appraised of this development.
Anderson escaped to US in December 1984 and on June 11,
1985 Adil Shahryar received presidential pardon.
However the son died from depression and living in excesses in 1990. The father Padma Bhushan Muhammad Yunus died in 2001.

How many of you knew that Indira planned to
escape from India, but the then RAW Chief R.N. Kao Spoiled her plans?
This story is written by Yunus in his book.


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