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Part 16. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus.
(China is destined to disappear for some time as a world force leaving India as the foremost Asiatic power …. Nehru) (Posted: 05/21/2012.

Highlights
- Nehru worries about the ripple effects of Mao victory in China
- Nehru has the ability to keep the Bharti  Communist under control
- Soviet Union will not dominate Communist China …. Nehru
- Communist China will be more cooperative with India …. Nehru
- China will disappear as world force …. Nehru
- Communist Eastern Europe and capitalist West will court India as the foremost Asiatic power …. Nehru
- Nehru-Truman military alliance exposed.
-  If Kashmiris are still under Hindu occupation, only and only American leadership is responsible.
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom in America and all over the world.
- Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is necessary to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States.
-  President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.
- Anti-humanity forces have monopolized the media. Please join the patriotic forces by having your own website. A website costs only eight dollars a month. That is the only option left to expose the anti-humanity forces.

Jafar Syed
M.A., LL.B.
Researcher – International Affairs
New York

It is 1948. Secret telegram of the Ambassador Henderson in Bharat to the Secretary of State highlights the following facts.

Nehru waste no time to prove that he can play a vital role after the communists come to power in China. He rules out that Stalin Russia will not dominate Mao’s China. Bharti government circle even predict the demise of China, leaving Bharat the only super Asian power with which communist block and capitalist block have to deal with.

This is not the first time that Nehru has given the impression that he can play a vital role in Asia to increase its stature in the eyes of Truman. He knows that in the real world only one factor works, and it is that how much a client state is useful to his mater state. Do not forget that Truman himself writes that India has influence, could be useful. [1]
 
First, the excerpt from the secret memorandum for a quick glance as a proof that neutral, anti-imperialist, and socialist Nehru assures Jewish Truman, Grandson of Jewish Solomon, and the services he can offer.  

Nehru plays the China Card: A Communist China might lead to establishment series of other Communistic Asiatic states and to strengthening Communist forces throughout South East Asia…. Henderson

Nehru plays the Bharti Communist card: GOI felt that unless there should be considerable deterioration in Indian economic conditions, it could keep Indian Communist movement under control…. Henderson

Soviet Union is irrelevant: Both Governor General and Nehru in conversations during last few days seemed even less concerned at Chinese developments. Both appeared confident of Communist victory in China but expressed view that a Communist China would not necessarily be dominated by Soviet Union…. Henderson

Beijing doors open through Delhi: Governor General went so far as to say that China under Communist control would probably be more Asiatic and anti-Western and might therefore be more cooperative with India than Kuomintang China, which had contrived "to survive so long only because of its support from without"…. Henderson

Nehru is a horse to be saddled: There is apparently feeling that China is destined to disappear for some time as a world force leaving India as the foremost Asiatic power, courted on one side by capitalistic powers of the West and on the other by Communist powers of Eastern Europe and Asia…. Henderson
   
Contents of the memorandum:

845.00/12-2248: Telegram

The Ambassador in India (Henderson) [1] to the Secretary of State

SECRET New DELHI, December 22, 1948-- 8 a. m.

1108. During talk with Bajpai December 21, I asked regarding GOI reaction events in China. He said that although India did not believe it would be sharply affected in immediate future by Communist victory, it was somewhat concerned at possible ultimate consequences. A Communist China might lead to establishment series of other Communistic Asiatic states and to strengthening Communist forces throughout South East Asia. GOI felt that unless there should be considerable deterioration in Indian economic conditions, it could keep Indian Communist movement under control. Plans for Indian economic development were being speeded up in hope of checking inflation and improving living standards.

Both Governor General [2] and Nehru in conversations during last few days seemed even less concerned at Chinese developments. Both appeared confident of Communist victory in China but expressed view that a Communist China would not necessarily be dominated by Soviet Union. Governor General went so far as to say that China under Communist control would probably be more Asiatic and anti-Western and might therefore be more cooperative with India than Kuomintang China, which had contrived "to survive so long only because of its support from without".

In general I find a certain smugness in Indian government circles regarding China. There is apparently feeling that China is destined to disappear for some time as a world force leaving India as the foremost Asiatic power, courted on one side by capitalistic powers of the West and on the other by Communist powers of Eastern Europe and Asia.
                                                                HENDERSON
Notes from the secret document
1. Loy W. Henderson assumed charge of the Embassy at New Delhi on November 19, 1948, succeeding Henry F. Grady, who had been appointed Ambassador to Greece in June.
2. Chakravarti Rajagopalachari, who assumed office June 21, 1948.

Note from the articles
1. Part 15, U.S. Secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus, Muslimdailyny.org.
2. The main objective of the website is to help the visitors to have proofs for exposing the anti-humanity forces. Whenever any excerpt is used, please give the reference of muslimmediany.org, muslimdailyny.org, jewishleadershipwatchny.org, or hinduleadershipwatchny.org. Thank you.
 
Write down the facts you knew before reading this document and new facts you know now after reading the document.  After reading the document, did your opinion change about the leadership of Bharat and America? Please write an article based on the facts you learn from this secret memorandum and try to publish it. If writing an article is not possible, please circulate this article and inform you contacts about the website. Thank you. 
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Part 15. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus.
(Neutral Nehru begs and gets the American military aid from Jewish Truman, grandson of Solomon.) [1] Posted: 05/21/2012.

Highlights
- Socialist, anti-imperialist, and neutral Nehru begs for military aid and gets it.
- What factors force Truman, grandson of Jewish Solomon, to change its policy of not giving even financial aid to Pakistan and no giving military aid to Bharat are not discussed in the Memorandum.
- Nehru-Truman military alliance exposed
-  If Kashmiris are still under Hindu occupation, only and only American leadership is responsible.
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom in America and all over the world.
- Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is necessary to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States.
-  President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.
- Anti-humanity forces have monopolized the media. Please join the patriotic forces by having your own website. A website costs only eight dollars a month. That is the only option left to expose the anti-humanity forces.

Jafar Syed
M.A., LL.B.
Researcher – International Affairs
New York

It is 1948. Secret memorandum by the Director of the Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs Statterthwaite highlights the following facts:

Truman, grandson of Jewish Solomon, has abandoned its previous policy of not giving financial aid [trap] to Pakistan for strained relation between Bharat and Pakistan. Now it is fine to give military aid. [2] What forces or circumstances trigger this change of heart is not clear. What deal takes place between Nehru and Truman nobody knows.  But facts are facts.  

This document must open the eyes of the Muslim World. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslims of Middle East, was to infiltrate in the Muslim World. Situation has not changed.
 
First, the excerpt from the secret memorandum for a quick glance as a proof that neutral, anti-imperialist, and socialist Nehru gets military aid from Jewish Truman.

Anti-imperialist, socialist, and neutral Nehru gets military aid: Since our policy was designed to prevent any increase in the military potential of either country, NEA and the Policy Committee on Arms and Armaments feel that spare equipment parts to maintain existing equipment of American origin clearly could be supplied within the intent of this policy…. Satterthwaite 

Contents of the memorandum:

15. 845.24/2-1148
Memorandum by the Director of the Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs (Satterthwaite) to the Acting Secretary of State

SECRET    [Washington],] November 10, 1948.

Subject: Request for Approval of Policy Arms Committee's Interpretation of President's Memorandum of March 12, 1948

Discussion
Reference is made to NEA's memorandum of February 11 to the Secretary subject: "Suspension of Export of Arms, Ammunition and Other Military Material to India and Pakistan" (Tab "A”), [2] the letter of the Secretary dated February 25 to the Secretary of National Defense [3] and the reply of the latter dated. February 27 (Tab ‘‘B"), [4] and the subsequent memorandum from the Secretary to the President dated March 11, 1948 (TaB "C").

The Governments of Pakistan and India have requested the approval of export licenses covering spare parts for existing military equipment of American origin. Since our policy was designed to prevent any increase in the military potential of either country, NEA and the Policy Committee on Arms and Armaments feel that spare equipment parts to maintain existing equipment of American origin clearly could be supplied within the intent of this policy. The Policy Arms Committee and NEA recommend that the policy of temporarily restricting the export of military materials to India and Pakistan in accordance with the memorandum approved by the President on. March 12, 1948 be interpreted as not precluding the export to those countries of replacement parts or other items required to maintain their existing defense establishments.

Recommendation

It is recommended that you approve the foregoing interpretation. [5]

1. The memorandum referred to here is presumably the President's handwritten notation of March 12, 1948 in the margin of the Secretary's Memorandum of March 11, p. 496.
2. Memorandum by Loy Henderson, not printed.
3. Letter transmitting to Forrestal a copy of Henderson’s February 11 Memorandum to Secretary Marshall, not printed.
4. Not printed.
5. Mr. Lovett initiated this memorandum, presumably approving it.

Note from the author of the article
1. Please read as Solomon wherever it is written as Sullivan in the previous articles
2. Part 1. U.S. Secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus, muslimdailyny.org
3. The main objective of the website is to help the visitors to have proofs for exposing the anti-humanity forces. Whenever any excerpt is used, please give the reference of muslimmediany.org, muslimdailyny.org, jewishleadershipwatchny.org, or hinduleadershipwatchny.org. Thank you.
 
Write down the facts you knew before reading this document and new facts you know now after reading the document.  After reading the document, did your opinion change about the leadership of Bharat and America? Please write an article based on the facts you learn from this secret memorandum and try to publish it. If writing an article is not possible, please circulate this article and inform you contacts about the website. Thank you.
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Part 14. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus.
(Nehru occupies Muslim Kashmir to save his government) Posted: 05/12/2012.

Highlights
- Nehru-Truman military alliance exposed.
- If Kashmiris are still under Hindu occupation, only and only American leadership is responsible
- Nehru wants to know where Truman stands on the issue of Soviet Union.
- Socialist Nehru toes the U.S. line that Soviet Union and international communism are the same.
- Socialist Nehru endorses Truman international agenda.
- Nehru shows indifference to the spread of police states.
- Nehru does not object Truman using atom bomb to deter Stalin.
- Nehru blames British for spread of communism in Bharat.
- Nehru claims that Bharti communists are traitors.
- Socialist Nehru suppresses Bharti communists.
- Nehru: Pakistan is a theocratic reactionary state where mob lynches emancipated Muslims.
- Nehru occupies Muslim Kashmir to save his government.
- Nehru endorses Truman’s view that U.N. is the only hope for the world
- Nehru brags that he works for Asia
- Nehru claims that Asia is in his pocket
- Nehru sells himself as a sale person who can deliver Asia to Truman
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom.
- Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is necessary to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States.
-  President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.
- Anti-humanity forces have monopolized the media. Please join the patriotic forces by having your own website. A website costs only eight dollars per month. That is the only option left to expose the anti-humanity forces.

Jafar Syed
M.A., LL.B.
Researcher – International Affairs
New York

It is 1948. Top-secret telegram of the Secretary of State Marshall highlights the following facts:

1. Nehru endorses his master Truman’s international agenda
2. Nehru endorses the American view that Soviet Union is the sponsor of international communism 
3. Nehru does not criticize Secretary Marshall for using atom bomb as a deterrent against Soviet Union.
4. Nehru demonizes Britain for spreading communism in Bharat.
5. Nehru takes credit for suppressing Bharti communist.
6. Nehru labels Bharti communists as traitors
7. Nehru demonizes Pakistan as a theocratic state where mobs lynch emancipated Muslims.
8. Nehru gives reason for occupation of Muslim Kashmir.
9. Nehru endorses the Truman’s view that UN is a necessary organization.
10. Nehru claims to be the champion of Asia
11. Nehru claims that Asia is in his pocket

Comments:

The above stated facts prove that Nehru is trying his best to prove that he not only endorses the Truman international agenda, but he can also deliver Asia. He demonizes Great Britain for spreading communism in Bharat and blames Soviet Union for alienating Americans. He perfectly knows that what pleases the Truman administration.

This document must open the eyes of the Muslim World. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslims of Middle East, were to infiltrate in the Muslim World. Situation has not changed.
 

First, the excerpts from the secret telegram for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct as an agent of America.

- Nehru on the learning tour: From outset evident Nehru wished use interview obtain Secretary's views world situation and Soviet motives and objectives …. Marshall
- Soviet and world communism: It was clear that Nehru recognizes interaction of Soviet policy and world Communism …. Marshall
- Nehru and Truman international Agenda: Tone of meeting was friendly, even cordial, but on Nehru's side, at times guarded and occasionally defensive. It unquestionably afforded three Indians present most illuminating and comprehensive recital of American thought and action on virtually all major international problems of post-war period …. Marshall
- Nehru and police states. Nehru appeared accept thesis rehabilitation Western Europe important Asia as well as Europe but made no comment on our stated objective preventing further spread police states…. Marshall
- Nehru and atom bomb: Except for evident interest he gave no sign his reaction Secretary's outline importance atomic bomb as deterrent Soviet action…. Marshall
- Throws British under the buss: British need for popular support when they took India into war led them to support Communists in spite of paradox that Communists condemned war until Soviet entry. British support thus aided Communists to become sizeable group for first time…. Marshall 
- Nehru and Traitor Bharti communist: Then temporary community of interest between nationalists and revolutionary Communists (i.e. to rid India of Britain) aided Communist cause but in general elections Indian voters repudiated Communists because they served Moscow, not India…. Marshall
- Suppression of communists in Bharat: At present Nehru said government experiencing no difficulty in suppressing Communists in India…. Marshall
- Demonization of Pakistan: He [Nehru] contrasted non-secular [secular] Democratic Government of India with theocratic reactionary Pakistan illustrating his argument with accounts of mob action against emancipated Moslems as well as threats to march to Delhi…. Marshall
- Reason to occupy Muslim Kashmir: He [Nehru] insisted Indian Government could not have stayed in office week if it had not flown troops Kashmir year ago defend Indian territory…. Marshall
- American imperialism: Nehru ascribed charges of imperialism to general impression that as consequence Marshall Plan American dominance in foreign field, already- very powerful, constantly growing …. Marshall
- U.N. the only hope: During conversation Secretary alluded several times our support UN. In his reply Nehru struck fairly responsive note despite apparent dissatisfaction with UN action in cases of direct interest to India. However, Nehru said India would support UN though it had weaknesses since it was only hope of world and must be supported…. Marshall
- Saint Nehru working for Asia: Towards close of talk he stated he well aware of India's responsibility to develop its economy and society and that in working for itself India was working for Asia especially in view tragic situation in China…. Marshall
- Godfather of Asia. He also dwelt on close friendly relations India enjoyed with Burma, Ceylon, Indonesia and way in which these countries sometimes solicited and accepted Indian advice…. Marshall
- India has influence ….could be useful….Marshall

14. 501. BC Kashmir/10-1648: Telegram

The Secretary of State to the Acting Secretary of State

TOP SECRET URGENT PARIS, October 16, 1948-10 p. m.

Delga 368. For Satterthwaite from Kopper and Parsons. [1] Conversation between Secretary Nehru yesterday lasted over two and half hours. Also present Mme. Pandit, Bajpai.

From outset evident Nehru wished use interview obtain Secretary's views world situation and Soviet motives and objectives. He made no proposals, referred only to those aspects US Indian relations mentioned by Secretary and although he made no general statement on basic position India towards USSR or US, it was clear that Nehru recognizes interaction of Soviet policy and world Communism. Tone of meeting was friendly, even cordial, but on Nehru's side, at times guarded and occasionally defensive. It unquestionably afforded three Indians present most illuminating and comprehensive recital of American thought and action on virtually all major international problems of post-war period.

Nehru appeared accept thesis rehabilitation Western Europe important Asia as well as Europe but made no comment on our stated objective preventing further spread police states. Instead he questioned Secretary rather insistently on why Soviets deliberately alienated US public opinion and what were their real objectives. He himself suggested USSR was suspicious of US and after eliciting analysis of warmongering charge, even asked Secretary what he thought of reported advocacy of preventive war by some Americans. Except for evident interest he gave no sign his reaction Secretary's outline importance atomic bomb as deterrent Soviet action.

Nehru spoke at some length on subject Communism in India and Southeast Asia. He developed thesis that British need for popular support when they took India into war led them to support Communists in spite of paradox that Communists condemned war until Soviet entry. British support thus aided Communists to become sizeable group for first time. Then temporary community of interest between nationalists and revolutionary Communists (i.e. to rid India of Britain) aided Communist cause but in general elections Indian voters repudiated Communists because they served Moscow, not India. At present Nehru said government experiencing no difficulty in suppressing Communists in India. Seemingly also he was not deeply concerned re Communists in neighboring areas as he glossed over Burma situation lightly and hazarded view that Indonesia Republic would be able to deal with Communist threat adequately in future. There, he said, situation had been aggravated by Dutch stubbornness and referred to reports of support Dutch received from US, a remark which Secretary later referred to saying we were pressing Dutch most insistently to modify their attitude.

Re Communism, Secretary mentioned dangerous situation Latin America with wealthy crust on top and little else but mass of poor. Nehru seemed to catch parallel with India but preferred dwell on social and economic objectives his Government.

During his initial lengthy review world situation which he said was further complicated by difficult local issues, Secretary referred to Kashmir as one such issue which disturbed US greatly. He expressed hope twice that India and Pakistan would earnestly attempt to settle this matter as quickly as possible. Nehru adverted to this later and after saying that regarding Kashmir he had legitimate grievance, launched into rather gratuitous fifteen minute ex parte review case reminiscent his telegram October 4 to Liaquat. He contrasted non-secular [secular] Democratic Government of India with theocratic reactionary Pakistan illustrating his argument with accounts of mob action against, emancipated Moslems as well as threats to march to Delhi. He asserted without qualification that India had accepted UNCIP resolution whereas Pakistan had rejected it. He insisted Indian Government could not have stayed in office week if it had not flown troops Kashmir year ago defend Indian territory. Later on in conversation he reverted to Kashmir case in more moderate vein and said hoped some solution could be worked out.

There was no reference this connection to London or British Commonwealth. We did not gain impression that Nehru contemplating solution by force but he is clearly convinced righteousness Indian position.

Hyderabad mentioned in passing by Nehru along lines Delga 315, October 13. [2] He said significant improvement had occurred consequent upon removal of threat to communal relations. When crisis came both religious factions behaved with restraint and consequently both have regained much confidence each other.

Secretary at one time alluded to charges of American imperialism mentioned New Delhi telegram 890, September 29, and later used Latin America again as parallel to point out how under-developed area needing US capital did not offer favorable conditions because of politicians use of imperialist bogey. Secretary pointed out that government loans much more likely to form basis for charge of imperialism than private. Nehru ascribed charges of imperialism to general impression that as consequence Marshall Plan American dominance in foreign field, already- very powerful, constantly growing.

During conversation Secretary alluded several times our support UN. In his reply Nehru struck fairly responsive note despite apparent dissatisfaction with UN action in cases of direct interest to India. However, Nehru said India would support UN though it had weaknesses since it was only hope of world and must be supported. Nehru also said he was in full accord in condemning use of deceit and force but that it was also necessary to be firm but generous. He did recognize that, although another war would be horrible in its  consequences, a nation could not sacrifice its interest, independence, neutrality, [3]and principles simply because of fear of the horror. If a
nation did so it would simply be sacrificing without contest the honor and principles it should have tried to protect. Towards close of talk he stated he well aware of India's responsibility to develop its economy and society and that in working for itself India was working for Asia especially in view tragic situation in China. He also dwelt on close friendly relations India enjoyed with Burma, Ceylon, Indonesia and way in which these countries sometimes solicited and accepted Indian advice. India has influence … could be useful. [4] Perhaps he did this to counter Pakistan charges India was aggressive neighbor.

Despite its general character, we feel conversation was important step in evolution closer, more understanding relationship US and India and that Indians present were impressed with character, sincerity, and purpose US policy. Moreover, Secretary's frankness and time he gave to interview must have been very pleasing. Although Nehru was entertaining British delegation- at 7 : 30, he did not take leave of Secretary till 7 : 45. [Kopper and Parsons.]
MARSHALL

Notes from the document

1. Joseph C. 'Satterthwaite, Director of the Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs; Samuel K. C. Kopper, United Nations specialist in the Department of State; and presumably James Graham Parsons, First Secretary of Embassy in India.
2. Not printed.

Important Note
3. Words independence and neutrality are hand written
3. India has influence … could influence are hand written

Note
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Part 13. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus.(India cannot support war in Kashmir for another winter…. Donovan) Posted: 05/05/2012.

Posted: 04/29/2012.


Highlights
- Nehru-Truman military alliance exposed
- Nehru is not ready to visit America but wants to see the Secretary of State.
- U.S. wants to keep Nehru-Marshal meeting secret. Why?
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom.
- Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is necessary to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States.
- President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.
- Anti-humanity forces have monopolized the media. Please join the patriotic forces by having your own website. A website costs only eight dollars per month. That is the only option left to expose the anti-humanity forces.


Jafar Syed
M.A., LL.B.
Researcher – International Affairs
New York
 
It is 1948. Secret telegram of the Charge in India Donovan to the Secretary of State Marshall highlights the following facts:
 
1. Nehru has abandoned the Idea of visiting the United states
2. Nehru wants to see the Secretary of State
3. Truman wants to keep the Nehru-Marshall meeting secret.


Comments

Contents of the secret telegram prove that Nehru has   abandoned the idea of visiting the United States. Telegram does not state the reasons for not visiting the United States. However, some conclusion can be drawn from the other contents of the telegram. Donovan wants to keep Nehru- Marshall proposed meeting
secret because it may effect Bharat-Russia relations. Remember Bharat is the secret agent of India and this is proved from the other secret documents. For example, one document proves that Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit was the “listening post” of America for spying for the United States and its client states.

This document must open the eyes of the Muslim World. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslims of Middle East, were to infiltrate in the Muslim World. Situation has not changed.


First, the excerpts from the secret telegram for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct.


Excerpts from the secret memorandum.

- Nehru deception: “Bajpai then said that “since the Prime Minister would not be able to visit the US for some time" the Prime Minister hoped it might be possible to see the Secretary in Paris….Donovan
- Truman does not want to expose his secret agent Nehru: Embassy strongly recommends possibility this meeting be kept secret as Indian press might then begin speculating upon part such meeting might play in Indo-American relations Russia…. Donovan

Contents of the secret memorandum:
 845.002/9-2048 : Telegram

The Charge in India (Donovan) to the Secretary of State

SECRET NEW DELHI, September 20, 1948 – 1 p.m.

863. –Bajpai during course of conversation today asked how long the Secretary would be in Paris. [1] I told him Embassy had no definite information that point. Bajpai then said that “since the Prime Minister would not be able to visit the US for some time" the Prime Minister hoped it might be possible to see the Secretary in Paris.


Nehru plans leave Delhi October 25 for London and leave London for Paris October 25.


I did not comment on question Nehru visiting US but did say I felt sure Secretary would welcome opportunity meeting Nehru Paris.

Bajpai said no definite appointment could be made this time as many factors might affect Prime Minister's plans but it was clear from his remarks that Prime Minister is desirous meeting Secretary in Paris.


Embassy strongly recommends possibility this meeting be kept secret as Indian press might then begin speculating upon part such meeting might play in Indo-American relations Russia.

Embassy requests reply soon as possible.
         Donovan

Note from the telegram:
1. Secretary Marshall was leading the American delegation to the Third Session of the United Nations General Assembly which met in Paris between September 21 and December 12, 1948.


Note

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Part 11. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus.
(Nehru, worshipper of non-violence, begs for arms and ammunition)
Posted: 04/26/2012. 


Highlights
- Nehru-Truman military alliance exposed
- Nehru tries to cheat Truman. Wants arms and ammunition for ‘training program.’
- Sparks disputes that specific items requested by Nehru were for training purpose
- What were the ‘specific items’ that Truman objected?
- Truman’s doors were still open for future requests to stud the Bharti military machine of death and destruction.
- Nehru wants a more favorable policy.
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom.
- Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is necessary to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States.
- President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.
- Anti-humanity forces have monopolized the media. Please join the patriotic forces by having your own website. A website costs only eight dollars per month. That is the only option left to expose the anti-humanity forces.

Jafar Syed
M.A., LL.B.
Researcher – International Affairs
New York


It is 1948. Contents of the secret memorandum prove the following facts.


1. Nehru, worshipper of non-violence,  is begging for arms and ammunition even in 1948
2.  Nehru tries to deceive Truman but failed
3. Nehru begs to revise the U.S. policy 
4. Nehru worries that Pakistan is not getting preferential treatment
5. Truman did not close the door for ever
 
Comments:

Cat, at last, is out of the bag. Remember Nehru’s assurance to Truman in articles 1-10 about Bharat- US alliance against Soviet Union, ‘common values’ which unites the two countries, and demonization of Soviet Union, etc. etc. These assurances have an objective and that is revealed in the memorandum under review. They are to get arms and ammunition. Why does Truman decline the request by Nehru? Justifications given are a white wash. In the entire American history, principles are misused to cloak the real motives. And history is plagued with examples when a client state does not get from the master state. Bharat is not exempt from this rule. There should be reason or reasons for turning down the request. Other documents may reveal the reasons for not giving arms and ammunition.   


This document must open the eyes of the Muslim World. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslims of Middle East, were to infiltrate in the Muslim World. Situation has not changed.


First, the excerpts from the secret memorandum for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct.


Excerpts from the secret memorandum

1.  Deception exposed. Arms and ammunition for “training:” At our request Mr. Nehru and Brigadier Chaudhuri called to receive the Department's answer to Mr. Chopra's informal request of June 7 as to the probable reaction of the United States Government to a formal request from the Government of India to import arms and ammunition from the United States to be utilized exclusively in the Indian military training program…. Sparks
2. Deception exposed. Twelve million rounds of ammunition for training purpose!: The receipt of more than 12,000,000 rounds of ammunition would release a commensurate amount for combat purposes even if the specific rounds received were not so utilized….Mathews
3. Door still open: He [Mathews] explained, however, that this refusal did not prejudice any future requests which the Government of India might wish to make—all of which would be given serious consideration by the Department…. Sparks

Contents of the secret memorandum:

545.24/7-2948

Memorandum of Conversation, by Mr. Joseph S. Sparks of the Division of South Asian Affairs


SECRET [WASHINGTON,] July 29, 1948.


Participants : Mr. R. K. Nehru, Charge d'Affaires ad interim, Embassy of India
Brigadier D. Chaudhuri, Military Attache, Embassy of India
Mr. Elbert G. Mathews, Acting Chief, SOA
Mr. Joseph S. Sparks, SOA


At our request Mr. Nehru and Brigadier Chaudhuri called to receive the Department's answer to Mr. Chopra's informal request of June 7 [1] as to the probable reaction of the United States Government to a formal request from the Government of India to import arms and ammunition from the United States to be utilized exclusively in the Indian military training program.


Mr. Mathews said that he was sorry that so much time had been required to prepare an answer but explained that the Indian request had been given very careful consideration not only in the Department of State but in other interested Departments as well. He said that although we very much regretted the necessity of responding negatively to the Indian approach it had become clear in a close examination of the specific items requested by the Embassy that despite the Government of India's willingness to provide the United States with an undertaking that the items would be used for training purposes exclusively, the export of live ammunition of any type from the United States to India at this time would result in an immediate and commensurate increase in the Government of India's military potential. The receipt of more than 12,000,000 rounds of ammunition would release a commensurate amount for combat purposes even if the specific rounds received were not so utilized. Mr. Mathews concluded that such an increased military potential from American sources would be in violation of the current United States policy. He explained, however, that this refusal did not prejudice any future requests which the Government of India might wish to make—all of which would be given serious consideration by the Department.


Mr. Nehru and Brigadier Chaudhuri were deeply disappointed by the Department's decision, and although they did not question the accuracy of including the items which they had requested within the framework of the over-all policy, they did attack this policy and asked whether the time had not come when the policy as a whole could be reconsidered.
Mr. Mathews reviewed the history of the development of the policy and explained that it had been adopted reluctantly by the United States only as a result of the unstable situation existing between the Governments of India and Pakistan, the submission of the Kashmir problem to the Security Council, and the actual requests for assistance in military supplies received concomitantly from both Governments last January when the Kashmir developments were at their most serious peak. When Mr. Nehru objected that relations between Pakistan and India might for one cause or another be difficult for some time to come and that what he had always understood to be a temporary policy on the part of the American Government would thus in effect become a long term policy. Mr. Mathews said that he sincerely hoped and knew that the Government of India hoped that such would not be the case and that India and Pakistan would be able to find their way to an amicable relationship in the near future. At any rate, he explained, the Department of State could not feel justified at the present time in recommending a reconsideration of the overall policy so long as the situation which caused its original adoption continued substantially unaltered. On two different occasions during the discussion Mr. Nehru repeated his question as to whether "exactly the same policy" applied to Pakistan as to India. He was assured that it did.


Note of the secret memorandum.

1. A memorandum dated June 7, 1948, covering this conversation between Messrs. Chopra, Hare, and Sparks, is filed in the records of the Department of State under 845.24/6-748.


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Part 10. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus.
(Truman and Nehru share military secret A-Z).

 Posted: 04/23/2012. Please visit secret documents kashmir for complete article. 

 

Highlights

-         Nehru-Truman military alliance exposed

-         Truman administration thanks Nehru for sharing the military information

-         U.S.- India relations will be modeled on U.S.- Canada model

-         Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom.

-         Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is necessary to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States.

-         President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.

-         Anti-humanity forces have monopolized the media. Please join the patriotic forces by having your own website. A website costs only eight dollars per month. That is the only option left to expose the anti-humanity forces.

 

Jafar Syed

M.A., LL.B.

Researcher – International Affairs

New York

 

It is 1948. Contents of the secret memorandum prove the following facts.

 

1.        Nehru has no reservation in sharing the most important secrets with Truman

2.        Nehru wants general review of Indo-US relations

3.        Nehru personally make the deal for sharing military secret

4.        Nehru and Truman are for the ‘implementation’ of the charter of United Nation

 

Comments:

One should not ignore this fact that Bharat is less than one year old as an ‘independent’ country. Nehru is looking for another master and it is America. And the post-independence master extracts the price and the client state does not hesitate to pay the price by handing over the Bharti military secret.

 

This document must open the eyes of the Muslim World. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslims of Middle East, were to infiltrate in the Muslim World. Situation has not changed.

 

First, the excerpts from the secret memorandum for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct.

 

 Excerpts from the secret memorandum

 

Worm welcome by Nehru: Mr. Sparks explained that following the meeting of May 10 he and Mr. Thurston held exploratory discussions with Army authorities and that they had been very gratified by the warmth of their reception and the extent of the genuine interest of the Army in India…. Spark

 

Nehru for review of relations: Mr. Hare said that he understood that Mr. Chopra had suggested to Mr. Sparks on May 10 the possible initiation of a review of general Indo-American relations …. Hare

 

Nehru in the loop: In this connection he mentioned specifically Mr. Nehru's experience in talking with Mr. Henderson last week which he quoted Mr. Nehru [1] as describing as "the most satisfactory experience which I have had since arriving in Washington"…. Chopra

 

Share the same “value”.   He further explained that the basic endeavors of the U.S. Government in international relations today are to contribute to the creation of world wide conditions in which the Charter of the United Nations can function effectively; and added that it is particulary [particularly] gratifying that India's basic endeavors are directed along the same lines.

 

Contents of the secret memorandum:

711.45/5-1745

 

Memorandum, of Conversation, by Mr. Joseph S. Sparks of the Division of South, Asian Affairs

 

SECRET [Washington,] May 17, 1948:

 

Participants: Brigadier D. Chaudhuri, Military Attache

Mr. I. S. Chopra, First Secretary, Indian Embassy

Mr. Raymond A. Hare, SOA

Mr. Joseph S. Sparks, SOA

 

Mr. Hare opened the conversation by referring to the informal talk of May 10 which Mr. Chopra and Brigadier Chaudhuri had had with Mr. Sparks on the subject of the exchange of military information between India and the United States. He expressed his appreciation and approval of the Embassy's approach to the Department at least in the preliminary stages of the solving of specific problems at what might be termed the "operating level". Mr. Hare pointed out that results satisfactory to both nations in the gradual growth and strengthening of bi-lateral relations were often achieved by following the procedure which had been utilized by the Indian Embassy in this case. He then asked Mr. Sparks to report on the results of the conversations which had been held with the Army.

 

Mr. Sparks explained that following the meeting of May 10 he and Mr. Thurston held exploratory discussions with Army authorities and that they had been very gratified by the warmth of their reception and the extent of the genuine interest of the Army in India. He said that Mr. Thurston and he had explained the Government of India's reaction to the requests for detailed military information which had been made by the American Military and Air Attaches in New Delhi and that the Army authorities felt this reaction to be highly reasonable and were prepared at any time to give Brigadier Chaudhuri  similar information to that which had been requested of the Indian Government. The Army was not only prepared to make such information available but had already given considerable information to Mr. Vesugar, former Chief of the India Supply Mission, concerning the National Guard of the United States. In the future they would make information available only to `Brigadier Chaudhuri. Chopra and Brigadier Chaudhuri agreed that Brigadier Chaudhuri would call upon Colonel Francis Graling, Chief of the Foreign Liaison Branch, in the near future and would subsequently call upon Colonel Graling's opposite number in the Air Forces, Colonel Louis W. Proper. It was apparent that both Mr. Chopra and Brigadier Chaudhuri were fully satisfied by this portion of the conversation.

 

Mr. Hare said that he understood that Mr. Chopra had suggested to Mr. Sparks on May 10 the possible initiation of a review of general Indo-American relations. He asked Mr. Chopra what the nature of the review he had had in mind might be.

 

Mr. Chopra responded that the Embassy of India was particularly interested in establishing a procedural approach which would be effective for the treatment of individual problems as they arose. In this connection he mentioned specifically Mr. Nehru's experience in talking with Mr. Henderson last week which he quoted Mr. Nehru [1] as describing as "the most satisfactory experience which I have had since arriving in Washington".

 

Mr. Hare said that in his opinion the Embassy had made an effective type of approach on the current question of the exchange of military information which had been resolved so happily. He said that both he and Mr. Sparks held themselves ready at all times for discussions of any problems which arose. He further explained that the basic endeavors of the U.S. Government in international relations today are to contribute to the creation of world wide conditions in which the Charter of the United Nations can function effectively; and added that it is particulary [particularly] gratifying that India's basic endeavors are directed along the same lines.

 

In ensuing general discussion Mr. Hare observed that, because of the multitudinous aspects of our over-all relations, the American Government had not found it practicable in the past to conduct comprehensive over-all discussions of bilateral relations. In addition, he pointed out that, in any event, it would in all probability be undesirable to attempt to establish a formal blueprint of relations inasmuch as such a blueprint would imply detailed implementation, and possible failures of implementation in unpredictable circumstances might result in negation of the original desire to solidify relations. He cited as an example that, as close and friendly as American relations have traditionally been with the Government of Canada, we have never held comprehensive discussions of over-all policy but have dealt with each problem as it arose using as background the broad understanding and communities of interest which existed between the two countries. In this connection Mr. Hare said that in his opinion the same type of broad understanding and communities of interest existed between the people of America and the people of India and their governments, and that this had become apparent in numerous discussions such as those between Mr. Henderson, Mr. Lovett, and Sir Gina Bajpai during Sir Girja's recent visit to the United States.

 

The conversation terminated with an expression by Mr. Chopra of his appreciation for the frankness which had characterized it and his satisfaction with its results. He indicated that he was in complete agreement with Mr. Hare both as to the impracticability and undesirability of attempting over-all discussions and as to the bonds of broad general objectives and communities of interest between India and the United States.

 

End of the secret memorandum. SOURCE: INDIA, DISCUSSION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND INDIA CONCERNING INDIA’S ATTITUDES TOWARD THE UNITED STATES AND THE SOVIET UNION, AND INDIAN REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL AND MILITARY AID, Foreign Relations, 1948, volume V, p. 511-513.

 

Note of the secret memorandum.

1. R. K. Nehru, Indian Minister in Washington

 

Note

 

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Part 9. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus
(Does Nehru commit a treacherous act by sharing Bharti military information with Truman?) Posted: 04/15/2012

Highlights
- Nehru is standing naked in the world public square. Real Nehru, stand up!
- Nehru proves that he is the secret puddle of Truman.
- Anti-Muslim Britain is ready to equip the anti-Muslim Bharat, too.
- American leadership was sharing military information with Bharat before partition.
- Truman demands military information about Bharti military from A-Z.
- Nehru confirms that Bharat will be U.S. ally against Russia in third world war.
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom.
- Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is necessary to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States.
- President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.
- Anti-humanity forces have monopolized the media. Please join the patriotic forces by having your own website. That is the only option left to expose the anti-humanity forces.

Jafar Syed
M.A., LL.B.
Researcher – International Affairs
New York   

It is 1948. Contents of the secret memorandum prove the following facts.

1. Nehru begs to share with Truman vital Bharti military information
2. Nehru plays the British card to get a deal from Truman
3. Bharat was the recipient of information before its independence
4. Nehru lying to Bharties about his closet relationship with Truman

Comments:

Facts of the memorandum prove that Nehru is the secret agent of America by sharing Bharti military information with a foreign country, and also pledging to side with America in a third world war. This memorandum also exposes Nehru’s hypocrisy. It is admitted that Nehru anti-imperialist speeches are fraud and are to fool the public.

This document must open the eyes of the Muslim World. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslims of Middle East, were to infiltrate in the Muslim World. Situation has not changed.

First, the excerpts from the secret memorandum for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct.

Excerpts from the memorandum:

1. Military information sharing: Mr. Chopra initiated the discussion by saying that the Embassy of India would very much appreciate receiving informal information as to whether the U.S. Government felt as did the Indian Government that this would be an appropriate time to initiate a review of the general situation in the relations between the two nations with particular emphasis on the exchange of military information and technical training …. M.I.S. Chopra

2. Other doors are open: In discussing the question of India's interest in the United States Chopra said that following the "unfortunate affair of the airplanes" in January (at which time a request for military planes and equipment was turned down by the Department because of the Kashmir developments) India had gone to the British with their problem … M.I.S. Chopra

3. Special relations before independence: Chopra explained that prior to August 15, 1947, and the establishment of separate Dominion status, India had not had any trouble receiving automatically all the information which could be utilized by the military. The British had received this information from the United States through the Joint Chiefs of Staff and it had been automatically passed on to, or available to, the Indian military schools and the Indian Government …. Sparks

4. Nehru with Truman in a third world war: As have various other personal, informal, official representatives of the Indian Government during recent months, Mr. Chopra stated parenthetically that, despite public statements made by Indian Government leaders for domestic consumption, there is no doubt at all as to which side India would take should there be a third world war -- the United States could count absolutely on having India at its side in such a conflict …. Chopra

5. Truman asks for top secret information: The specific incident which had caused him to approach the Department on this occasion was explained by Mr. Chopra as being the receipt of a telegram from the Government of India to the effect that Colonel Middleton, American Military Attache, New Delhi, had asked the Government of India for the following information, all of which is classified as "Top Secret" by India …. Sparks

6. Nehru wants to open a new chapter: In subsequent conversation on unrelated matters Mr. Chopra twice referred to a new "era of good feeling and friendly, full, understanding" which he so fervently hopes can now be inaugurated between India and the United States … Sparks
Contents of the secret memorandum
711.46/6-1048
Memorandum, of Conversation, by Mr. Joseph S. Sparks of the Division of South Asian Affairs

SECRET [WASHINGTON,] May 10, 1948.

Participants: Brigadier General D. Chaudhuri, Military Attache, Embassy of India
Mr. I. S. Chopra, First Secretary, Embassy of India
Mr. Joseph S. Sparks -- SOA

Mr. Chopra initiated the discussion by saying that the Embassy of India would very much appreciate receiving informal information as to whether the U.S. Government felt as did the Indian Government that this would be an appropriate time to initiate a review of the general situation in the relations between the two nations with particular emphasis on the exchange of military information and technical training. He said that in the event such indication should prove favorable a formal approach could be made at the Department's convenience but that in the event that the United States felt this not to be an appropriate time would it be possible for an assurance -informally of maximum cooperation within limitations imposed by the situation to be given by the United States.

In discussing the question of India's interest in the United States Chopra said that following the "unfortunate affair of the airplanes" in January (at which time a request for military planes and equipment was turned down by the Department because of the Kashmir developments) India had gone to the British with their problem. They
had been sympathetically received and certain arrangements had been worked out but the truth of the matter was that the British simply did not possess the facilities for training, information exchange, or equipment supply which the United States has.

Chopra explained that prior to August 15, 1947, and the establishment of separate Dominion status, India had not had any trouble receiving automatically all the information which could be utilized by the military. The British had received this information from the United States through the Joint Chiefs of Staff and it had been automatically passed on to, or available to, the Indian military schools and the Indian Government. Following August 15, however; this source had been completely cut off with the explanation from the British that under their understanding with the United States such information could not be made available by the British to any third country even a Dominion.

As have various other personal, informal, official representatives of the Indian Government during recent months, Mr. Chopra stated parenthetically that, despite public statements made by Indian Gov-
ernment leaders for domestic consumption, there is no doubt at all as to which side India would take should there be a third world war -- the United States could count absolutely on having India at its side in such a conflict.

The specific incident which had caused him to approach the Department on this occasion was explained by Mr. Chopra as being the receipt of a telegram from the Government of India to the effect that Colonel Middleton, American Military Attache, New Delhi, had asked the Government of India for the following information, all of which is classified as "Top Secret" by India:

"1. Mobilization plan of Indian Army
(a) The system and schedule of mobilization of personnel and unit.
(b) The total to be mobilized at the end of the 30 day period, the 60 day period, the 90 day period; the 120 day period and the 180 day period.
(c) A list of divisions and other units to be mobilized in each period.
2. Organization and mobilization of troops of Indian Army reserves.
(a) The number and types of reserve organizations now on active duty.
(b) Planned reserve organizations.
(c) Method of organization.
(d) Method of calling to active duty in the event of emergency.
(e) Number of trained reserves by age groups.
(f) Number of untrained reserves."
 

Mr. Sparks was shown a copy of this telegram which concluded with a paragraph to the effect that Colonel Middleton had been informed that the GOI had no objection to making this information available to the U.S. should it be understood that such release would be made upon a reciprocal basis. The telegram was marked for the attention of. Brigadier Chaudhuri and instructed him to approach the India Desk on the subject "with tact".

In response to a question as to what Brigadier Chaudburi's experience so far had been in requesting information which he desired from the U.S. military, Mr. Sparks was informed that (a) few questions had been asked because of the general atmosphere following the January episode involving Colonel Kaul, (b) all questions which had been asked, with the exception of one set referred to the Air Force, had been satisfactorily answered, (e) no questions of the nature of those put by Colonel Middleton had been asked though GOI in view of its problem of reorganizing the armed forces was much interested in them, and (d) it appeared that India would lose at least one and possibly both of the two positions it had enjoyed in the past in the Fort Leavenworth training program, apparently through no fault of India's other than becoming an independent country.

Mr. Chopra reiterated that the GOI had nothing in the way of information which it wished to conceal from the United States with which it desired the closest understanding and cooperation. India was only interested in the exchange of information becoming a two way street.

In subsequent conversation on unrelated matters Mr. Chopra twice referred to a new "era of good feeling and friendly, full, understanding" which he so fervently hopes can now be inaugurated between India and the United States.

Mr. Chopra telephoned later in the afternoon to inform me that the Indian Embassy had just received a second telegram from the Government of India in which it was stated that the American Air Attaché in New Delhi had officially requested the Government of India to supply him with a complete survey of the airfields in India showing their types and classifications with Maps, locations, and with detailed analysis of the disposition of facilities and the planned order of battle. End of the document. Source: INDIA, DISCUSSION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND INDIA CONCERNING INDIA’S ATTITUDES TOWARD THE UNITED STATES AND THE SOVIET UNION, AND INDIAN REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL AND MILITARY AID, Foreign Relations, 1948, volume V, p. 508-510.

Note

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Part 8. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus
(Anti-Muslim Nehru conspires to deprive Security Council seat to the Muslim World. Proof. Here it is. In conclusion, Sir Girja observed that Syria would be leaving the SC next fall and that he hoped India might be considered for this seat. India, the second largest nation in Asia, had not yet been a SC member, and although he appreciated the circumstances which had led the US to support Islamic states for the second Asian place on the SC, China holding the first as a permanent member, he felt that the time might have come when India's claim could be given serious consideration, particularly in view of our support of India against the Ukraine last fall…. Acting Secretary of State Lovett
Posted. 04/08/2012

Highlights –
- Nehru is standing naked in the world public square. Real Nehru stand up!
- Nehru admits that more than one Bharti divisions were butchering the Muslim Kashmiris
- Nehru government is against any Pakistani role of Pakistani troops in the peace process
- Nehru government rejects Pakistan’s proposal of coalition government
- Pakistan demands the removal of Abdullah
- Nehru assures Truman administration that Bharat is not in the USSR camp.
- Nehru allied with America for common values and material gains
- Nehru will visit the United States to clear any confusion
- Nehru gives justifications for not declaring anti-Russian stance
- Nehru discloses its military numbers
- Acting Secretary of State Lovett throws the American media under the buss to please  Nehru
- Nehru given justification for becoming the secret agent of Truman
- Nehru’s the so-called champion of Ahansa [non-violence] first priority is to build the Bharti death and destruction machine, military
- Truman agrees to transfer technology to Nehru, occupier of Muslim Kashmir
- Anti-Muslim Nehru conspires to deprive the Muslim World of Security Council seat
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and  Jewish terrorists mushroom        
- Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is necessary to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States        
- President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.
- Anti-humanity forces have monopolized the media. Please join the patriotic forces by having your own website for airing your opinions. A website costs only eight dollars per month. That is the only option left to expose the anti-humanity forces. 

Jafar Syed
M.A. LL.B.
Researcher – International Affairs
New York

It is 1948. Contents of the secret telegram prove the following facts.

1. Nehru admits that the outcome of the plebiscite would be uncertain
2. Nehru admits Pakistan’s demands
3. Nehru emphasizes that he is not in the Russian camp
4. Nehru gives reasons for siding with Truman
5. Nehru does not accept the Russian domination of Bharat
6. Nehru joins the America camp for common values of ‘democracy’, ‘individual liberty’, ‘economics’, and ‘military aid’
7. Nehru highest priority was to strengthen Bharti military
8. Nehru opposes the Muslim representation in the Security Council

Comments:

These above-stated facts prove that Nehru persists that he is in the pocket of Truman, but he wants that this fact should be kept secret because he cannot stand the might of the Soviet Union. He pleases Truman by claiming that Russian domination of his country is unacceptable. Nehru admits that the outcome of plebiscite in Kashmir is uncertain.  Nehru proves that he is not the friend of the Muslim Word by conspiring to deprive it to the Security Council seat.

This document must open the eyes of the Muslim World. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslims of Middle East, were to infiltrate in the Muslim World.
 
First, the excerpts from the secret memorandum for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct.

Excerpts from the memorandum
- Uncertain outcome: The plebiscite when held would in a very close vote… Sir Girja Shanker Bajpai, Secretary General of the Ministry of External Affairs and Commonwealth Relations GOI
- Pakistan’s demands for a fair and impartial plebiscite:  With respect to the interim government, Pakistan was insisting that Abdullah be removed as Prime Minister and that a coalition government be formed … Sir Girja 
- Real purpose of the visit: Sir Girja then said that although he appreciated my [Lovett] interest, he had not intended to trouble me with the Kashmir problem. His real purpose in coining to Washington had been to explain to me [Lovett] and other US officials India's position vis-a-vis the US and the USSR. He had the impression that there was a feeling in this country that India was somehow “in the Russian camp". He wished to emphasize that this was not the case, as India had not rid itself of the British in order to accept domination from some other quarter … Lovett
- Reasons for becoming the secret agent of America: Sir Girja expressed his gratification at my statement and pointed out that two fundamental considerations prevented Indian adherence to the Soviet bloc. First, through its association with the British, unhappy as it had been in some aspects, India had acquired the ideals of democracy and individual liberty which were held by the US and other nations of the west. Second, India can expect no effective assistance from the USSR in its primary objective of developing and strengthening itself economically and militarily. In fact, the US is the only country which is in a position to aid India… Sir Girja
- Nehru gives justifications to be the secret agent of America: Sir Girja then pointed out that although India was maintaining an army of some 360,000 men and had appropriated 121 crores of rupees ($363,000,000) for defense purposes, it was in no position effectively to resist aggression from the north, and that the GOI could not risk an open declaration of its anti-USSR views … Lovett
- Nehru gives two reasons for becoming the secret agent of America: First, through its association with the British, unhappy as it had been in some aspects, India had acquired the ideals of democracy and individual liberty which were held by the US and other nations of the west. Second, India can expect no effective assistance from the USSR in its primary objective of developing and strengthening itself economically and militarily. In fact, the US is the only country which is in a position to aid India … Sir Girja
- Authorized by Nehru: Sir Girja [Sir Girja Shanker Bajpai, Secretary General of the Ministry of External Affairs and Commonwealth Relation, GOI] stated that his remarks were being made with the full knowledge and authorization of Prime Minister Nehru, and that he hoped that the Prime Minister could himself visit the US in the not too distant future in order further to clarify the Indian position.
- Nehru, worshiper of Ahansa [non-violence], exposed:  The strengthening of India's military power was of the highest importance, and he would like to send a military mission to the US at an early date to explore the possibilities of obtaining equipment, particularly as the US was about to step up its own armament program …Sir Girja
- Truman prefers to transfer of technology: I pointed out that if an Indian military mission came to this country, it should be charged with studying American production techniques in order that some of these might be introduced in Indian ordnance factories … Lovett
- Nehru anti-Muslim stance: In conclusion, Sir Girja observed that Syria would be leaving the SC next fall and that he hoped India might be considered for this seat. India, the second largest nation in Asia, had not yet been a SC member, and although he appreciated the circumstances which had led the US to support Islamic states for the second Asian place on the SC, China holding the first as a permanent member, he felt that the time might have come when India's claim could be given serious consideration, particularly in view of our support of India against the Ukraine last fall … Sir Girja

Contents of the secret memorandum

711.45/4-248
Memorandum of Conversation, by the Acting Secretary of State (Lovett)

SECRET [WASHINGTON,] April 2, 1948.

Participants : Mr. Lovett
Sir Girja Shanker Bajpai, Secretary General of the Ministry of External Affairs and Commonwealth Relations, GOI
E. G. Mathews, SOA

Sir Girja called at 5 : 30 at his request. He said that he had come to the US as a member of the Indian Special Delegation to the SC in the Kashmir case. I asked how the Kashmir situation was developing. Sir Girja replied that in Kashmir itself the Indian military position had improved and with the coming spring, Indian troops, totaling only slightly more than a division, would be able to move more vigorously against a few remaining trouble spots. According to latest Indian military reports, tribal invaders still comprised about 60% of the opposing forces, the remaining 40% being indigenous insurgents.

Turning to the SC aspect of the Kashmir situation, Sir Girja said that the fundamental differences between India and Pakistan related to the introduction of Pakistan troops into Kashmir and the composition of the interim government of the State. India could not accede to Pakistan's demand that the latter's troops move into Kashmir territory in order to keep the tribal invaders out. The plebiscite when held would result in a very close vote, and if India won, Pakistan forces might not withdraw and would almost certainly not effectively resist the re-entry of tribal elements. With respect to the interim government, Pakistan was insisting that Abdullah [1] be removed as Prime Minister and that a coalition government be formed. Sir Girja felt that there was no one to replace Abdullah, and that a coalition of groups whose aims were completely divergent could only result in a paralysis of government and administration in the State.

Sir Girja then said that although he appreciated my interest, he had not intended to trouble me with the Kashmir problem. His real purpose in coining to Washington had been to explain to me and other US officials India's position vis-a-vis the US and the USSR. He had the impression that there was a feeling in this country that India was somehow “in the Russian camp". He wished to emphasize that this was not the case, as India had not rid itself of the British in order to accept domination from some other quarter. I commented that although irresponsible newspaper columnists might have speculated on the nature of India's relations with the USSR, I was sure that there was in the US no informed opinion that India had aligned itself with the Russians; Sir Girja expressed his gratification at my statement and pointed out that two fundamental considerations prevented Indian adherence to the Soviet bloc. First, through its association with the British, unhappy as it had been in some aspects, India had acquired the ideals of democracy and individual liberty which were held by the US and other nations of the west. Second, India can expect no effective assistance from the USSR in its primary objective of developing and strengthening itself economically and militarily. In fact, the US is the only country which is in a position to aid India.  I told Sir Girja that we were very grateful to receive his assurances of the friendly disposition of his Government.

Sir Girja stated that his remarks were being made with the full knowledge and authorization of Prime Minister Nehru, and that he hoped that the Prime. Minister could himself visit the US in the not too distant future in order further to clarify the Indian position. I said that we would be delighted to receive Prime Minister Nehru, adding, however, that Sir Girja had himself very effectively stated his Government's views.

Sir Girja then pointed out that although India was maintaining an army of some 360,000 men and had appropriated 121 crores of rupees ($363,000,000) for defense purposes, it was in no position effectively to resist aggression from the north, and that the GOI could not risk an open declaration of its anti-USSR views. The strengthening of India's military power was of the highest importance, and he would like to send a military mission to the US at an early date to explore the possibilities of obtaining equipment, particularly as the US. was about to step up its own armament program. I said that before a mission was sent it would be advisable for us to have some preliminary discussions to clarify India's wants and to examine the possibilities of supplying them from this country. I added, that our production theory and practice involved a sacrifice of immediate small output for a "tooled" longer-term mass output, and cited examples from our experience in World War II. I pointed out that if an Indian military mission came to this country, it should be charged with studying American production techniques in order that some of these might be introduced in Indian ordnance factories. Sir Girja' assented, but emphasized that the first objective of the Mission would be procurement, and after that objective had been achieved the mission could turn to the matter of improving Indian techniques. I replied that in view of the importance of repair and maintenance, I would hope that the two matters could be pursued simultaneously. Sir Girja agreed that this would be desirable.

In conclusion, Sir Girja observed that Syria would be leaving the SC next fall and that he hoped India might be considered for this seat. India, the second largest nation in Asia, had not yet been a SC member, and although he appreciated the circumstances which had led the US to support Islamic states for the second Asian place on the SC, China holding the first as a permanent member, he felt that the time might have come when India's claim could be given serious consideration, particularly in view of our support of India against the Ukraine last fall. I commented that Sir Girja made a strong case for India, and suggested that he discuss this matter with Mr. Henderson.

(Sir Girja did subsequently mention India's desire for a SC seat to Mr. Henderson).

End of the memorandum

Note from the memorandum

1. Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah, Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir

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 Part 7. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus
(Nehru commits to wage war against Soviet Union in 1948. “This brought him [Sir Girja Shankar Bajpai] to the principle point he [Sir Girja] desired to make. Should the world once again became in conflict [Third World War], India could only associate itself with those nations holding the same ideals of freedom and democracy. However, his Government in not able to make an open declaration of its position as it could now withstand the aggression from Russia or the internal difficulties which might ensue … Loy W. Henderson
Posted 01/20/2012)
Update. 01/22/2012


Highlights
- Nehru is standing naked in the world pulic square. Real Nehru stand up!
- Nehru, champion of the Occupied Third World, convinces Truman that he is the only savior of Bharat while demonizing Great Britain and the Soviet Union.
- Nehru, champion of the Third World, reminds the Truman administrations about his support in the international arena.
- Nehru, champion of the Third World, convinces Truman administration that he cannot declare its alliance with America for fear of aggression from Soviet Union.
- Nehru, champion of the Third World, throws the Bharti press under the bus to win the favors of Truman administration
- Nehru, champion of the Third World, hopes to incorporate Pakistan
- Nehru, champion of the Third World, sells his credential as anti-Asian to the Truman administration
- Nehru, champion of the Third World, begs for developmental and military help
- Nehru, champion of the Third World, proposes anti-Muslim steps
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and  Jewish terrorists mushroom         
-          Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is necessary to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States
-         President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.
- Anti-humanity forces have monopolized the media. Please join the patriotic forces by having your own website for airing your opinions. A website costs only eight dollars per month. That is the only option left to expose the anti-humanity forces.  


Jafar Syed
M.A., LL.B.
Researcher – International Affairs
New York


It is 1948. Contents of the Secret Memorandum prove the
following facts.

1. Visit to the United States. Nehru, champion of the Third World,   begging for America Yatra (visit)
2. Bharat is for America. Nehru, champion of the Third World, claims that Bharat is no free of British
3. Demonization of Russians. Nehru, champion of the Third World, demonizes the Russians as aggressor and coercive.
4. Reminding the services. Nehru,  champion of Third World, reminds the services of his government by siding with Truman administration on the issue of Korea
5. Siding with America in the Third World War. Nehru, champion of the Third World, commits it self to be an ally of America in a Third World t War against Soviet Union
6. Keeping the Bharat-America alliance secret. Nehru, champion of the Third World, prefers to keep the Bharat-America alliance secret to save Bharat from the Soviet aggression
7. Throwing the Bharti press under the buss to please the Master of the Universe, America. Nehru, champion of the Third World,  label the anti-American Bharti press as inexperienced and emotional
8. Incorporation of Pakistan. Nehru, champion of the Third World, envisions a joint defense with Pakistan and incorporation of Pakistan in a custom union.
9. Anti-Asia. Nehru, champion of the Third World, brags that how he rejected the Burma-proposed United Nations of South Asia.
10. Anti-Asia. Nehru, champion of the Third World, back-paddled his previously proposed Marshall Plan for Asia.
11. Anti-British to please America. Nehru, champion of the Third World, brags that he finishes British influence in Bharat
12. Demonization of Pakistan. Nehru, champion of Pakistan,  Brags that whereas Bharat is free  from British, Pakistan is not.

13. No Marshal plan for Asia, but. Nehru, champion of the Third World, who opposes the Marshal Plan for Asia, begs for Marshal Plan exclusively for Bharti hydro-electric developmental projects.
14. Non-violent Bharat? Nehru, champion of the Third World, begs for B-95s
15. Muslim representation insults Nehru. Nehru, champion of the Third World, including the Muslim World, convinces the Truman administration to end the Muslim representation in Security Council.


Comments:


This document reveals the same pattern that Nehru reveals in previous six documents. There is a determined effort by Nehru to convince Truman administration that Nehru’s Bharat is in the camp of Americam. He gives proofs to support this claim. He tells how he toes the U.S. policy in the United Nations. He commits even to fight war against Soviet Union as an U.S. ally. But he wants to keep this commitment secret. It appears that Truman administration has some reservations about Nehru words and deeds. When some contradictions are pointed out, explanations are offered by Nehru.

This documents also points out that Nehru hopes the eventual collapse of Pakistan. He also demonstrates his hostility to the Muslim World. Other facts that surface from this document are the following. 1. He is anti-Asia. 2. He  wants American aid  only for Bharat whether it is military or developmental.


This document must open the eyes of the Muslim World. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslims of Middle East, were to infiltrate in the Muslim World.
 
First, the excerpts from the secret memorandum for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct.


- Hypocrisy. Nehru, champion of Occupied Third World, begs for U.S. Yatra (visit). “He [Sir Girja] said that he personally had urged the Prime Minister to come to this country. (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Demonization of Pakistan. Nehru demonizes Pakistan for having British officials in Pakistan whereas Bharat does not have any British officials. “He [Sir Girja] sketched first of all the present status of Indian pointing out that the Indian people were now responsible for their destiny, and that practically no British civilians remained in Indian Government position. He commented with respect to the last point that the situation was quite  different in Pakistan.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Sovereign Bharti. No more foreign master – undisputed master.
- “Having expelled the British, India did not intend to take on any other master in their stead.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affair.)
- Hypocrisy. Bharat is not the puddle of the Soviet Union. Again giving the impression that America is the sole master of Bharat. “Sir Girja felt, however, that there was some impression in the United States that India was tending to become a Communist state or at least a "fellow-travelling" state.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affair.)
- Hypocrisy. To keep the fake neutrality veil.  Nehru representatives makes anti-imperialist stance. This double-speak policy helps Nehru to keep his image as anti-imperialist.  “Although certain actions of individual Indian representa¬tives at international conferences had seemed open to various inter¬pretations, we had been confident all along that the Indian Government itself was fully aware of the basic issues at stake.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Hypocrisy. Nehru champion of Occupied Third World, endorses the Koreans’ genocide by America. “He [Sir Girja] went on to point out that India's position had been more accurately reflected, in the 1947  UNGA than in the 1946 session, citing India's support of our stand with respect to Korea and other issues.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Hypocrisy. Nehru commits to fight as a U.S. ally. “This brought him to the principal point he desired to make. Should the world once again become involved in conflict, India could only associated 
 itself with those nations holding the same ideals of freedom and democracy.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs)  
- Hypocrisy. Nehru does not declare publically his alliance with America for the fear of Soviet Union and domestic pressure. “However, his Government is not able to make an open declaration of its position as it could not now withstand the aggression from Russia or the internal difficulties which might ensue. ((Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Hypocrisy. Nehru throws the Bharti press under the bus to please America, new master. “Mr. Thurston said that some of us had been disturbed by the anti-American tone of portions of the Indian press which had taken the position that the United States wished to assume Britain's relinquished position in India. Sir Girja replied that he was aware of the type of press comment to which Mr. Thurston referred but that he wished to make a clear distinction between the thinking of responsible Govern¬ment officials and the irresponsible press. He said that the Indian press was inexperienced in the field of foreign affairs and that it was inclined to treat such matters in emotional rather than rational terms.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs)   
-Nehru plans to have joint defense and custom union with Pakistan. “Sir Girja then touched briefly on Indo-Pakistan relations emphasiz¬ing that India had no desire to eliminate Pakistan as an independent state or to reincorporate into an Indian union the territories now held by Pakistan. Mr. Henderson interjected that the State Depart¬ment had been aware that such was the Indian position. Sir Girja went on to say that a political reunion of the two Dominions was most un¬likely in the foreseeable future, but that he would hope for an under¬standing which would permit joint defense of the Indian sub-continent whose critical frontier now lay in Pakistan, and possibly a customs union. He did not feel that Indo-Pakistan relations presented any serious or insuperable problems.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Nehru anti-Asian stance to please his master, Truman. Nehru is against anti-American South Asians United Nations. For Nehru, proposed organization was racial and regional. “Turning next to the question of India's position in South Asia, Sir Girja said that India had no desire to form or to lead a South Asian bloc. He said in strict confidence that when Thakin Nu 4 of Burma recently visited India, he brought with him a draft project for a "United Nations of South Asia". This was studied by Nehru and the Foreign Office, and Thakin Nu was informed that India did not consider it desirable to establish such an organization which would detract from the authority of the global United Nations and intro¬duce into world politics a further racial and regional element. India feels that its first task is to develop itself.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Truman commits an alliance with Nehru to control Africa and South East Asia. “It was the considered opinion of the United States Government that in the long term close and friendly relations between India and the United States was the anchor of stability of the whole area from Africa to South East Asia.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Nehru opposes the Marshall Plan for Asia to become the America’s sole beggar. “He [Sir Girja] had, in point of fact, done everything he could to quash the idea of a Marshall Plan for South Asia which had been advocated by the Indian Ambassador in Washington in despatches[sic] to New Delhi.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 

- Nehru, preacher of non-violence, requests for B.95’s  “Mr. Hare emphasized that, with respect to the B-95's which Colonel Kaul had requested, the position was that, quite aside from the policy, that type of plane simply was not available, there being none in this country excess to the needs of our air force.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Nehru against the Muslim representation in the Security Council. “He [Sir Girja] said that he had mentioned to Mr. Lovett India's interest in being considered for the seat on the Security Council now held by Syria which the latter is vacating this coming fall. He pointed out that Asia had only two seats on the Security Council, one held by China, a permanent member, and the other having been passed from one Islamic nation to another.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 
- Nehru demands representation in Security Council for his backing United States against Ukraine. “He [Sir Girja] felt that the time had come for India to be the second Asian member and hoped that the United States would be inclined to support India's candidacy, particularly in view of our backing of India against the Ukraine last fall.” (Mathews, Assistant Chief of the Division of South Asian Affairs) 

Contents of the Secret Memorandum of Nehru’s hypocrisy.
 
711.45/4-248
Memorandum, of Conversation,  by the Assistant Chief of the Division, Of South, Asian Affairs (Mathews)
SECRET                           [Washington,] April 2 1948.
Participants :
Sir Girja Shanker Bajpai,
Secretary General of the Ministry of External Affairs and Commonwealth Relations, GOI
Mr. Henderson [1]
Mr. He. Hare [2[
Mr. Thurston [3]
Mr. Mathews


Sir Girja called on Mr. Henderson at 2:30 at the former's request.
[Omitted here is a paragraph concerned with the feasibility of bringing a collection of Indian art to the United States for exhibition.]


Sir Girja next referred to the possibility of a visit to the United States by Prime Minister Nehru.  He said that he personally had urged the Prime Minister to come to this country and that, if the President issued an invitation, Nehru would of course accept. As far as time was concerned, Sir Girja felt  that such a trip would not be practicable before next June. Mr. Hare said that we had had word from our Em¬bassy in New Delhi to the effect that Nehru might be able to come to
 
this country this month and after making inquiries of the White House, had informed Ambassador Grady that it would be convenient for the President to receive Nehru between April 19 and 24. Sir Girja expressed surprise at this most recent development and indicated con¬siderable doubt that the Prime. Minister would be able to come this month owing to the pressure of affairs. Mr. Henderson pointed out that if it were impracticable for Nehru to come at present, we could give further thought to working out arrangements for visit later this year.

Sir Girja then turned to an exposition of Indian foreign policy which he stated was the real purpose of his visit to the United States and his calls at the State Department. He sketched first of all the present status of India pointing out that the Indian people were now responsible for their own destiny, that British troops had withdrawn from Indian territory, and that practically no British civilians remained in Indian Government positions. He commented with respect to the last point that the situation was quite different in Pakistan. He said, however, that it had been necessary to retain British officers in the Indian Army as there simply were not enough trained Indian personnel available to staff the upper echelons. In short, India is now its own master. Having expelled the British, India did not intend to take on any other master in their stead. Sir Girja felt, however, that there was some impression in the United States that India was tending to become a Communist state or at least a "fellow-travelling" state. Mr. Hender¬son commented that that view was not held in U.S. Government quarters. Although certain actions of individual Indian representatives at international conferences had seemed open to various inter¬pretations, we had been confident all along that the Indian Government itself was fully aware of the basic issues at stake. He went on to say that he wished to make it clear that the issue was not between “American imperialism" and Soviet imperialism; that we had no objection to Russia's establishing close relations with other nations provided that this were not done by aggression, pressure, and the suppression of freedom; and that the real issue was the maintenance and strengthen¬ing of democracy in the face of a totalitarian threat.


Sir Girja said that he appreciated the importance of Mr. Henderson's remarks and was gratified that the U.S. Government was aware of the basic democratic orientation of the Government of India. He went on to point out that India's position had been more accurately reflected, in the 1947 UNGA than in the 1946 session, citing India's support of our stand with respect to Korea and other issues. This brought him to the principal point he desired to' make. Should the world once again become involved in conflict, India could only associated
itself with those nations holding the same ideals of freedom and democracy. However, his Government is not able to make an open declaration of its position as it could not now withstand the aggression from Russia or the internal difficulties which might ensue. Mr. Thurston said that some of us had been disturbed by the anti-American tone of portions of the Indian press which had taken the position that the United States wished to assume Britain's relinquished position in India. Sir Girja replied that he was aware of the type of press comment to which Mr. Thurston referred but that he wished to make a clear distinction between the thinking of responsible Govern¬ment officials and the irresponsible press. He said that the Indian press was inexperienced in the field of foreign affairs and that it was inclined to treat such matters in emotional rather than rational terms. Furthermore, there was a good bit of popular feeling in India, not shared in Government circles, that the United States was aiding the Dutch in Indonesia and the French in Indochina. This feeling was reflected in the press treatment of the United States.


Sir Girja then touched briefly on Indo-Pakistan relations emphasiz¬ing that India had no desire to eliminate Pakistan as an independent state or to reincorporate into an Indian union the territories now held by Pakistan. Mr. Henderson interjected that the State Department had been aware that such was the Indian position. Sir Girja went on to say that a political reunion of the two Dominions was most unlikely in the foreseeable future, but that he would hope for an understanding which would permit joint defense of the Indian sub-continent whose critical frontier now lay in Pakistan, and possibly a customs union. He did not feel that Indo-Pakistan relations presented any serious or insuperable problems.


Turning next to the question of India's position in South Asia, Sir Girja said that India had no desire to form or to lead a South Asian bloc. He said in strict confidence that when Thakin Nu 4 of Burma recently visited India, he brought with him a draft project for a "United Nations of South Asia". This was studied by Nehru and the Foreign Office, and Thakin Nu was informed that India did not consider it desirable to establish such an organization which would detract from the authority of the global United Nations and intro¬duce into world politics a further racial and regional element. India feels that its first task is to develop itself.

Sir Girja concluded his broad sketch of Indian foreign policy with a discussion of India's relationship to the British Commonwealth. He pointed out that the draft constitution left open the question of this relationship, but added that it would clearly not be possible for India to recognize the King as titular head of the state. The exact terms of the relationship which might be worked out would depend largely on the attitude of the British but the continuance of imperial pref¬erence was definitely out of the question. Certain arrangements with respect to defense might be worked out.


Sir Girja then said that there was somthing [sic] of an impression in India that the United States had very little interest in that country and that he would like to know the Department's views in that respect. Mr. Henderson said that he was very grateful that Sir Girja had been so frank in his comments and that he would be equally frank. It was the considered opinion of the United States Government that in the long term close and friendly relations between India and the United States was the anchor of stability of the whole area from Africa to South East Asia. Unfortunately, at the moment the United States found it necessary to concentrate its efforts and resources on resisting aggression in certain other parts of the world. We recognized this could be only a short term policy, but we were faced with the problem of meeting an urgent and critical situation. We had every intention of giving proper and essential attention to India just as soon as circumstances permitted.


Sir Girja said that he fully understood the necessity of the United States concentrating its attention at present on certain critical areas and that he had not come to this country with any mendicant ideas. He had, in point of fact, done everything he could to quash the idea of a Marshall Plan for South Asia which had been advocated by the Indian Ambassador in Washington in despatches[sic] to New Delhi. How¬ever, in order to give immediate evidence of our real interest in India, Sir Girja urged that we urgently and seriously consider two matters in which his country needed our assistance.


He referred to India's desire to obtain American assistance in carry¬ing out certain hydro-electric developmental projects and said that, although an approach had been made in this connection quite some time ago, no assistance had yet been forthcoming. Mr. Hare said that Ambassador Grady was keenly interested in this problem and that he had pressed it vigorously while in the US on consultation. In view of the Ambassador's wide experience in economic matters, it would be advisable for the GOI to continue to work with our Embassy in New Delhi on this question. Mr. Henderson added that the Department had been endeavoring to accomplish something along these lines but that the demands upon the American engineering profession were simply in excess of the supply. We would, however, continue our efforts to provide some assistance and it might be that the recent Smith—Munds Acts [5] would be helpful.
 

Sir Girja then mentioned that Colonel Kaul, former Indian Military Attache in Washington, had reported that it was the present policy of the United States to withhold exports of military materiel to India. Mr. Thurston asked whether Kaul had pointed out that this policy applied equally to Pakistan, and Sir Girja replied that Kaul had not mentioned that aspect of our policy. Mr. Hare emphasized that, with respect to the B-95's which Colonel Kaul had requested, the position was that, quite aside from the policy, that type of plane simply was not available, there being none in this country excess to the needs of our air force. Mr. Henderson pointed out that the decision to with¬hold exports of military materiel had been taken at a time when re¬lations between India and Pakistan were quite tense and there was a possibility of serious trouble between them. He emphasized that it was not a permanent policy, and Mr. Hare added that we hoped that it would be a policy for a matter of months or preferably weeks. Sir Girja urged that the US not persist in this policy, as it was of urgent necessity that India strengthen its defenses. The Indian air force lacked bombers, and there were many other essential military needs which could be met only by imports. He would like very much to send a military mission to this country to explore the possibilities of procuring essential military equipment. Mr. Henderson said that it would be advisable for us to give some preliminary thought to this proposal before taking any definite action. In view of the indications that our own rearmament would be stepped up, it would be necessary to ascer¬tain from our military people what the possibilities would be for send¬ing military equipment abroad.

Sir Girja returned to Mr. Henderson's office following his interview with the Acting Secretary. [6] He said that he had mentioned to Mr. Lovett India's interest in being considered for the seat on the Security Council now held by Syria which the latter is vacating this coming fall. He pointed out that Asia had only two seats on the Security Council, one held by China, a permanent member, and the other having been passed from one Islamic nation to another. He felt that the time had come for India to be the second Asian member and hoped that the United States would be inclined to support India's candidacy, particularly in view of our backing of India against the Ukraine last fall. Mr. Henderson said that Sir Girja had presented a good argument and that we would give very serious consideration to India's claim.


Sir Girja indicated some resentment at the fact that Secretary Royall of the Army Department had not received him despite the pre¬arranged appointment at 4 :15. Secretary Royall had been tied up- in an urgent press conference. Mr. Henderson expressed his regret to Sir Girja and subsequently called Secretary Royall and suggested that he might wish to have some message sent to Sir Girja at the Indian Embassy.
End of the Memorandum.


Notes of the Memorandum
1 Loy W. Henderson, Director of the Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs.
2. Raymond A. Hare, director of the Office of Near Easter and African Affairs.

3 Ray L. Thurston, Assistant Chief of the Division of. South Asian Affairs.

4. Prime Minister and Minister for National Planning.
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5. The United States Information and Educational Act of 1948. For text, see 62 Stat. 6

6.  Infra.

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Part 6. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus

(Nehru's eyes have been opened and his attitude toward Russia has definitely stiffened… American Ambassador Grady. Nehru is standing naked in the world public square. Real Nehru stand up!). For the complete article, please visit page 6.  Posted 12/27/2011

 

Highlights

-         Worst cover-up of the history is that Nehru is the friend of the Occupied World. Secret documents prove that he is the secret agent of America.

-         Nehru  convinces Truman that Great Britain  does not  endorse the Kashmir- related resolution which has the approval of Truman

-          Nehru gives the impression that Truman is the only protector Bharat has because Stalin is pressuring Russia to join the Stalin-led camp

-         Nehru visit to U.S. is under consideration

-         Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom          

-          Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is a must to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States

-         President Harry S. Truman (April 12, 1945- January 20, 1953) and Prime Minister Attlee (26 July 1945 – 26 October 1951) are the main culprits who sold the Kashmiri nation to anti-Muslim Hindus.

 

Jafar Syed

M.A., LL.B.

Researcher – International Affairs

New York

 

It is 1948. Contents of the secret telegram prove the following facts.

 

1.        Nehru complains about the anti-Bharat attitude of Great Britain and Russia. Why? To please his master Truman.

2.        Nehru claims that Russians are pressuring him to join Russian camp. Why? To please its master Truman

3.        Nehru claims that Russia is anti-Bharat. Why? To please its master Truman

4.        Nehru tricks are working because American Ambassador Grady is convinced that Nehru is no more friend of Russia

5.        Nehru considers to visit America

 

Comments:

 

The above stated facts prove that Nehru is convincing the Americans that Bharat has only one ally, and it is America. Why? Because Great Britain and Soviet Union are hostile to Bharti interests. Second, Soviet Union is pressuring Bharat to join the Soviet-led camp. Statement of American Ambassador Smith proves that Nehru has succeeded to convince the Americans that he is in the imperialist camp. Important note. Always remember that alliance between Great Britain and America is an alliance of convenient. Both have their national interests that are not always the same.

 

This document must open the eyes of the Muslim World. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslim of Middle East, were to infiltrate in the Muslim World.

 

First, the excerpts from the secret telegram for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct before the entire secret telegram. 

 Excerpts

 

-         Nehru is playing the game by pitching Great Britain against America. “He [Ienger] said GOI fearful Noel-Baker [Philip Noel-Baker, British Minister of State for Commonwealth Affairs] obstructing and adding to difficulty of arriving at agreement on Tsiang resolution … American Ambassador Grady

-         Nehru is playing the game by pitching the Russians against America.  “…first expressed [Soviet Union] little interest Kashmir dispute other than that "interests of the people be properly safeguarded." They are now scolding Indian delegation, evidently to carry out present USSR policy of pressuring India into 'USSR camp…” American Ambassador Grady

-         Nehru is successful to convince Truman that Bharat is not in the Stalin’s camp. “Nehru's eyes have been opened and his attitude toward Russia has definitely stiffened….” American Ambassador Grady

-         Nehru Yatra (visit) to U.S. is under consideration.  “Nehru seriously considering accepting verbal invitation I extended him on behalf of President Truman to pay visit to US stopping for three or four days in London en route.” American Ambassador Grady

 

Contents of the secret telegram as a proof of Nehru hypocrisy.

 

845.00/3-2348: Telegram

The Ambassador in India (Grady) to the Secretary of State

 

SECRET          NEW DELHI, March 23, 1948--2 p. m.

235. Again saw Iengar last evening. He said GOI fearful Noel-Baker [1] obstructing and adding to difficulty of arriving at agreement on Tsiang resolution. GOI does not believe he reflects attitude Cripps and Attlee. [2] Iengar says Russians first expressed little interest Kashmir dispute other than that "interests of the people be properly safeguarded." They are now scolding Indian delegation, evidently to carry out present USSR policy of pressuring India into 'USSR camp.  Because of this policy and  its manifestation in Molotov's talk with Pandit (see Embtel 221, March 18) plus attacks on India and Nehru in Russian press (clippings of which have reached GOI) plus now definite indications of Novikov's [3] activities warn Communists here, Nehru's eyes have been opened and his attitude toward Russia has definitely stiffened. Iengar having Novikov in today to put him on carpet re some Communists entering India with irregular papers. Also GOI requesting Novikov to withdraw from Calcutta area "trade commissioner" whose activities GOT strongly suspect:

 

Nehru seriously considering accepting verbal invitation I extended him on behalf of President Truman to pay visit to US stopping for three or four days in London en route. He is thinking of going right after Legislative Assembly adjourns on April 9 and spending month. Some of his close advisers are urging him to go though he has not yet decided. The advantages of his going at this time are obvious to Department. Will Department advise me far guidance whether time suggested would be convenient for President and would it fit into schedule of Blair House. I want to do some tentative planning in event he suddenly makes up his mind. He might decide one day and want to be off the next. Of course if he decides I will request formal invitation from President.

 

Sent Department as 235; Department please repeat London. as 57 and Moscow as 3.

                             GRADY

End of the secret telegram

 

Notes of the secret telegram:

1. Philip Noel-Baker, British Minister of State for Commonwealth Affairs;

2 Sir Stafford Cripps; British Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Clement R. Attlee, British Prime Minister.

3 Kiril Vasilevich Novikov, Soviet Ambassador to India.

 

Source of the document

Indian: Discussion between the United States and India concerning India’s attitudes toward the United States and the Soviet Union, and Indian request for financial and military aid,  Foreign Relations, 1948, Volume V., p 500-501.

 

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Part 5. U.S. Secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus
(Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, is the “listening post” of America… U.S. Ambassador Smith. Nehru is standing naked in the world public square. Real Nehru stand up). For the complete article, please visit page 6.  Posted 12/19/2020

Highlights
- Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, is the spy-master of Truman
- Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, shows her displeasure about Stalin’s Soviet Union
- Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, is considering to close the Bharti Moscow mission
- Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, is the “listening post” of America in America.
- Bharat Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, declares that Bharat is the natural ally of the West but cannot declare its alliance because of its “impotence” and “swaddling clothes.”
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom
-  Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is a must to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States
 
Jafar Syed
M.A., LL.B.
Researcher – International Affairs
New York

It is 1948. Contents of the secret telegram prove the following facts:

1. Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit has been spying for US
2. Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit complains about the attitude of Soviet Union representative
3. Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit seeks the advice of the U.S. ambassador to close the Bharti Mission in Moscow
4. America Ambassador Smith advices the Bharti ambassador for keeping the mission open because it has been used for spying, “listening post.”
5. Bharat is a natural ally of the West
6. Bharat commits to fight against Soviet Union as a U.S. ally but prefers to keep this commitment secret for its “relative impotence” and swaddling clothes

Comments:

The world must know that this is the true face of Nehru, the so-called champion of the Third Word and specifically of the Muslim World. Nehru commits to fight against the Soviet Union but wants to keep this commitment secret because of his “impotence” and “swaddling clothes.”  Even he consults the U.S. ambassador about the closing of the Bharti Mission in Moscow.

There is a lesson for the Muslim World to learn from this document. Relations with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because Bharti governments have been the agents of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews. Note also the relationship between “chosen” Brahman Jati [caste] and the “chosen” Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called pro-Muslim World statements, specifically about the Muslim Middle East, were to infiltrate in the Muslim World.

First, the excerpts from the secret telegram for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct before the entire secret telegram. 

Excerpts of the secret telegram
- Bharat spying for America. Bharti ambassador Lakshmi Pandit in Soviet Union, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, is the spy of America. “Can confirm information given by Chinese Ambassador New Delhi to Ambassador Grady on statements of Mrs. Pandit. She has had similar confidential conversations with me and, I believe, with heads practically all missions in Moscow except Soviet satellites…” U.S. Ambassador Smith
- Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, tries to prove that Nehru is not in the pocket of Stalin.  “She [Lakshmi Pandit] is obviously much concerned at Molotov's change in attitude, but there is no real reason why she should be as both British Ambassador and myself had warned her honeymoon period for her would last few months and thereafter she would have to take bitter with sweet, with emphasis on former…” U.S. Ambassador Smith
- Bharti Ambassador Mrs. Lakshmi Pandit, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, tries to prove that Nehru is not in the pocket of Stalin by seeking the advice of U.S. ambassador whether to close the Bharti Mission in Moscow. “She [Lakshmi Pandit] asked my advice as to whether, in event public opinion in India further aroused, it would be good move for India to discontinue present relations with USSR …” U.S. Ambassador Smith
- Bharat is the natural ally of the West, but Bharat cannot declare this alliance publicly for its “impotence” and “swaddling clothes.”  “She [Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit] informed me Nehru and most Indian leaders had long since made up their minds natural alignment was with west, but that Nehru felt at present in view Indian relative impotence and fact that nation is still in swaddling clothes it would be ridiculous to talk publicly of military participation in event of war.”… U.S. Ambassador Smith
Bharti Ambassador Lakshmi Pandit, sister of Prime Minister Nehru, is the “listening post” of America. I [Ambassador Smith] told her I thought it would be tactical disadvantage, as, India so close to USSR it should be decided advantage to maintain adequate listening post Moscow.” U.S. Ambassador Smith

Contents of the secret telegram as a proof of Nehru hypocrisy

545.66/3-2048: Telegram

The Ambassador in the Soviet Union (Smith) to the Secretary of State

TOP SECRET Moscow, March 20, 1948-1 p. m...

512.  Can confirm information given by Chinese Ambassador New Delhi to Ambassador Grady on statements of Mrs. Pandit. She has had similar confidential conversations with me and, I believe, with heads practically all missions in Moscow except Soviet satellites.

She is obviously much concerned at Molotov's change in attitude, but there is no real reason why she should be as both British Ambassador and myself had warned her honeymoon period for her would last few months and thereafter she would have to take bitter with sweet, with emphasis on former.

She asked my advice as to whether, in event public opinion in India further aroused, it would be good move for India to discontinue present relations with USSR, and said public opinion in India so aroused it would probably be difficult to send another chief of mission when she left. I told her I thought it would be tactical disadvantage, as, India so close to USSR it should be decided advantage to maintain adequate listening post Moscow.

She emphasized her brother [1] had been deeply affronted by actions and attitude Soviet Ambassador New Delhi. She herself now restricts her attendance at Soviet official functions to about fifteen minutes.
She informed me Nehru and most Indian leaders had long since made up their minds natural alignment was with west, but that Nehru felt at present in view Indian relative impotence and fact that nation is still in swaddling clothes it would be ridiculous to talk publicly of military participation in event of war. Her belief, which apparently reflects that of brother, is that India's present role in family of nations should be modest and relatively humble one until nation has solved own internal difficulties.

Repeated to London as 36. Department repeat to New Delhi.
SMITH
End of the secret telegram
Note of the telegram
1. Prime Minister Nehru.

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Part 4. U.S. secret documents and occupation of Muslim Kashmir by anti-Muslim Hindus
(Nehru commits to fight against Russia. Nehru is standing naked in the world public square. Real Nehru stand up) Posted 12/19/2011

Highlights
- Nehru befools the world by making anti-American statements. In fact, he is in the imperialist camp.
- Nehru commits himself to fight against Russia
- To fool the world, Nehru begs Truman for maintaining his veil of neutrality.
- Nehru brags his anti-communist campaign
- Nehru uses the puppet China for subverting  the freedom movement of Kashmiris
- Bomb Tel Aviv and Delhi and then watch how many homegrown Hindu and Jewish terrorists mushroom
-  Understanding between Saudi Arabia and Iran is a must to save the Muslim World from the anti-Muslim forces led by the United States

Jafar Syed
M.A., LL.B.
Researcher-International Affairs
New York

It is 1948. Contents of the secret telegram prove the following facts. 

1. Nehru was in the U.S. led  imperial camp .
2. Nehru anti-imperialist statements were sham.
3. Nehru anti-imperialist statements were to befool the Bharties and the Russians
4. Nehru was not an ally of the Russians
5. Nehru commits himself to wage war against Russia as an ally of America.
6. Nehru assures the Truman administration that Bharat is a natural ally of the America as both countries share the same value.
7. Nehru proves to the Truman administration that there is no blue sky between Bharat and America because Nehru is eliminating the communists from the government
8. Nehru requests to Truman that Nehru’s veil of neutrality may not be lifted. Truman agrees. 
9. As the issue of Kashmir is concerned, Nehru complains that Bharat is not satisfied with the Truman policies on Kashmir at UN. He also pleases the Truman by mentioning that Bharat has accepted the Dr. Tsiang-introduced resolution.

Comments:

These above stated facts prove that Nehru is not only standing shoulder to shoulder with America against the Soviet Union but he is in the pocket of Truman. Nehru has no shame by admitting that his anti-imperialist statement is to fool his own people and Soviet Union. Nehru has no shame by making anti-American statement and then sends his representatives to eat its own words. Nehru has no shame by fooling the Soviet Union and the world, specifically the Muslim World as an ally of the anti-imperialist camp.

There is a lesson for the Muslim World to learn from this secret document.  Any relation with Bharti successive governments have been detrimental for the Muslim World because  Bharti governments have been the agent of anti-Muslim America and anti-Muslim Jews and Americans.  Note the relationship between Brahmin Jati [caste] and Jews. Bharti successive governments’ so-called statements and actions for the Muslim World are only to infiltrate in the Muslim World. 

First, the excerpts from the telegram for a quick glance as a proof of Nehru shameful conduct.      

Excerpts
- Hypocrisy. Do not believe what Bharti leadership say in public. It becomes the champion of the oppressed and exploited and then backtracks. Nehru, secret agent of Truman, begs for mercy for his “anti-imperialist” speech. “At his request I saw last evening H. V. R. Iengar, Acting Secretary General External Affairs in Bajpai's absence. Prime Minister wished him to discuss with me recent statement on foreign policy which Prime Minister made in Assembly-- Prime Minister wanted to be sure US did not misunderstand what he was endeavoring to convey. The speech he said was primarily for home consumption and to say certain things to Russia which he felt should be said.” …. American Ambassador Grady
- Nehru commits to fight Russia.   “He [Iengar] said that it was unthinkable that India should be on Russia's side in event of conflict between Russia and US.” … American Ambassador Grady
- I [ Grady] said that I did not see any objection to this policy 'but found it hard to understand the Prime Minister's frequent reference to imperialism and that I had heard from reliable sources that Prime Minister had been critical of our government and of America.” American Ambassador Grady
- So-called Socialist Nehru is determined to eliminate the communist. “He stated further that Prime Minister is concerned about spread of Communism in India and said very confidentially measures are being taken to eliminate Communists from government.” …. American Ambassador Grady
- Puppet China government and Nehru are on the same page as issue of Kashmir is concerned. “He [H.V.R. Iengar] stated further that resolution introduced in SC by 'Dr. Tsiang had been considered by Prime Minister and his advisers several days ago and met with their approval.” … American Ambassador in India Grady

Contents of the secret telegram as a proof of Nehru hypocrisy.
 
8.45.00/3-2048: Telegram
The Ambassador in India (Grady) to the Secretary of State
SECRET  NEW DELHI, March 20 1948—noon.

225. Re Embdesp 237 March 6.[1] At his request I saw last evening H. V. R. Iengar, Acting Secretary General External Affairs in Bajpai's absence. Prime Minister wished him to discuss with me recent statement on foreign policy which Prime Minister made in Assembly. Prime Minister wanted to be sure US did not misunderstand what he was endeavoring to convey. The speech he said was primarily for home consumption and to say certain things to Russia which he felt should be said. He said that it was unthinkable that India should be on Russia's side in event of conflict between Russia and US. American principles of democracy and those of India were identical. He wishes to maintain officially for his government a neutral position. I said that I did not see any objection to this policy 'but found it hard to understand the Prime Minister's frequent reference to imperialism and that I had heard from reliable sources that Prime Minister had been critical of our government and of America. Iengar said that as one who had been intimately associated with the Prime Minister for long time he found it hard to believe this as Prime Minister never criticized America to him. Iengar stated that Prince Minister had been disappointed in our attitude on Kashmir at UN [2] but that there was no question about his fundamental friendliness to US. He stated further that Prime Minister is concerned about spread of Communism in India and said very confidentially measures are being taken to eliminate Communists from government.

He also stated that their military intelligence which was completely disorganized and in effect nonexistent last August is now being well organized and is giving careful attention to northern border. He stated further that resolution introduced in SC by 'Dr. Tsiang [3] had been considered by Prime Minister and his advisers several days ago and met with their approval.

I learned from reliable source that Patel [4] is not expected to recover. He has had two heart attacks and has cirrhosis of liver.

Sent Department as 225, repeated Karachi as 73. Department please repeat London and Moscow if considered desirable.
GRADY
End of secret telegram.

Notes of the telegram
1. Not printed
2. For documentation on U.S. involvement in the dispute between India and Pakistan over Kashmir, brought before the U.N. Security Council in January 1948 see pp. 265 ff.
3. Resolution on Kashmir dispute, introduced on March 18 by the Chinese Representative on the Security Council, Tingfu Tsiang. For text, see. United Nations, Official Records of the Security Council, Third Year, Supplement for January, February and March 1948, pp. 38-40.
4. Vallabhbhai Patel, Indian Minister of States, Home Affairs, Information and Broadcasting.

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