The bullet that took the life of Mahatma Gandhiji was not fired by Nadhuram Ghodse. This astonishing information was also mentioned in most of the newspapers throughout the world but none had given it any importance.
What further surprising is that the post mortem of Gandhiji was not carried out. But why? To protect the real murderers?
But soon the murder mystery may get solved. Yes, the Supreme Court is all set to hear a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) which was filed by Pankaj Phadnis, a researcher and trustee of Abhinav Bharat. He has also questioned the police investigation of Mahatma Gandhi’s death and also the ‘three bullets theory’.
Mystery Man killed Mahatma Gandhiji!!!
Pankaj Phadnis also stressed that it was not three but four bullets had pierced Gandhiji body. This makes it clear that the mystery man claimed the life of Gandhiji and not Nathuram Godse.
Now few many say that this is a gimmick to deviate the attention of the public. But let us focus on the eye witness and their words. Manuben, Gandhiji’s grandniece was beside Gandhiji at the time of his assassination and she too mentioned about the fourth bullet.
“Almost 1 ‘o’ clock Bapu was brought inside to bath while taking him to bathroom, all started to cry. Bapu’s dhoti, shawl, handkerchief was completely covered with blood from clothes one bullet came out”. This was the statement mentioned in Manuben’s diary.
After a trial at a special court inside Red Fort, Godse and his accomplice Narayan Apte were sentenced to death, while remaining five were awarded life sentence. Vinayak Savarkar, also known as Veer Savarkar, was acquitted.
Godse and his accomplice Narayan Apte were sentenced to death and along with them, five others had to serve life sentence. Now the entire case may get a twist after the Gandhiji’s assassination case is reopened.
British killed Mahatma Gandhiji? Possibility cannot be denied, says Pankaj Phadnis!!!
Few evidence suggests that there might be possible involvement of the British in the murder of Mahatma Gandhiji. It will be foolish if think that British lost entire control over India soon after Independence in 1947.
“The evidence that I have seems to suggest that Force 136 (a British subversive unit in World War II) was complicit in the murder. A Force which could kill the Mahatma could also engineer the horrific Partition riots. Thus, unravelling the mystery behind the Mahatma’s murder could also help us understand who engineered the riots that continue to bedevil our relations with Pakistan and brought us to the threshold of Nuclear Armageddon. Not today, not tomorrow, may be 20 years down the line… but then what is 20 years but a blink of an eye in the life of a nation?
The murder of Mahatma, three days after Jinnah agreed to his visit to Pakistan, is very strange. Even stranger and shameful is the fact that we do not know who supplied the murder weapon, which was a sophisticated firearm and not easily available. Also, no autopsy was conducted. Finally, there is a specific allegation of British involvement in the murder – reported to Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, the Indian Ambassador to USSR in February 1948 – which we never knew about. What I mean is that the needle of suspicion that points towards the involvement of the British needs to be investigated,” says Pankaj Phadnis.