Did CIA assassinate India’s nuclear scientist Dr Homi Bhabha?

The “Air India Flight 101”crashed near Mont Blanc on 24 January 1966. 106 passengers and 11 crew lost their lives .If this didn’t had happened, than by now India might have been a nuclear super power. Yes, India’s greatest nuclear scientist Dr Homi Jehangir Bhabha lost his life in this plane crash.

On 30 October 1909, he was born into a wealthy and prominent industrial Parsi family. India was left way behind in nuclear ammo after Dr. Bhabha’s death. He was the first ever person whose work made a serious threat to America. If he would have been alive today, India was sure to have the best nuclear arsenal in the world. Bhabha played a key role in convincing the Indian government to start the ambitious nuclear programme.

What did the former CIA agent reveal?

From the moment Dr Bhabha’s died, the suspicions were directly pointing towards USA. A nation can become a nuclear super power either by having a wonderful bunch of nuclear scientists or by eliminating the enemy country’s scientists. This is not just an assumption because we have seen how USA used terrorism for its personal mileage.

Gregory Douglas, a journalist who interviewed former CIA operative, Robert Crowley, over a period of 4 years, recorded their telephonic conversations and published its transcribe in a book titled, “Conversations with the Crow”. In the book, Crowley claimed that CIA was responsible for eliminating Dr. Homi Bhabha, Indian nuclear scientist whose plane crashed into Alps, when he was going to attend a conference in Vienna.

Crowley said that a bomb in the cargo section of the plane went off in mid-air, bringing down the commercial Boeing 707 airliner in Alps with little evidence left to be retrieved. Crowley claimed that U.S was wary of Indian nuclear progress and the defeat of their ally Pakistan, in 1965 war.

Crowley also said that USA assassinated PM Lal Bahadur Shastri, who wanted to go ahead with nuclear tests. He also said that agency was more worried about collective domination of Indo-Russian over the region, for which a strong deterrent was required.

The clash of the plane is very surprising because the captain of the Air India Boeing 707, who was one of the airline’s most experienced pilots, had radioed the control tower a few minutes earlier to report that his instruments were working fine and the aircraft was flying at 19,000 ft, at least 3,000 ft higher than the Mont Blanc summit. Shortly after, the plane crashed into the mountain.

How come there was no debris of the Air India flight 101?

Reports said that the flight clashed near Mont Blanc on 24 January, 1966 but there was no debris found, so this indicates that it was not a crash. The only thing that was recovered was an Indian diplomatic jute bag marked Ministry of External Affairs, Delhi; containing newspapers, calendars and a personal letter. Another surprising thing is that the bag was found in 2012. And anyway, it was a type ‘c’ bag and therefore, held no important documents.

Source: Robin Bhola



Nishika Ram