Silent Assassins Jan11,1966

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Agrawal Overseas, Feb 4, 2012 - 440 pages
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This book brings new facts, evidences and records which show that poisoning to second prime minister of India, Lal Bahadur Shastri was happened in Tashkent. Mysterious death of Shastri was a state crime not only for India but also for USSR, Pakistan, US, UK and China especially who were directly or indirectly involved in Tashkent Summit. They are silent assassins. We should know: How J F Kennedy's assassination cleared the way for the death of Shastri. Everybody has read arrest of only one Kremlin chief Cook Ahmet Sattarov. This is half truth. There was the arrest of Ahmet and other members of his team who raised finger on the arrested Indian cook for poisoning. Who was that Indian cook?  Was he an employee of Indian Embassy in Mascow ?  Where he went to hide himself? More questions and answeres are in this book.

NOTE: Toxic politics: The seceret history of Russian poison supply by ISI to contract killers ( Supari Killers) Russian & Indian cook for poising Lal Bahadur Shastri in food at Taskent and now the same happened to Sunanda Puskar as claimed by Swamy. 

 

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The history written in this book is all fake and made up.
Whoever reffering this book...kindly compare it to the real, original and authentic history. It is shame that people hide real facts.

Contents

Truth of Two Neighbors
Kennedys assassination cleared
Chakravyuh In Tashkent
4 Death Night
Tashkent Summit to Deceive India
Poisoning Shastri by Russian Ladies
Poison factory and death knell
Shastris life and Astrology
Shastris Death fact finding committee
Leonid Shebarshin and Polyakov
Dr R N Chugh
RTI means Right to Forgotten
Successor Race
PM Post to Indira
Left leaning
CIA _

Heart Attack by Poisoning
Harold Wilson

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About the author (2012)

 Premendra Agrawal (72 years) obtained his bachelor's degree in Journalism, Law and Commerce in his young age. He was elected general secretary of students union in 1958-59 of Durga College.


He is a seasonal journalist published Students Hindi Weekly "Badhte Chalen" from Delhi in his student life and the same was published thereafter from Raipur. Besides this he also published one year Hindi Evening Daily "Bharat Times" from Raipur. Published books in Hindi one on "Liberation of Bangladesh" and another  is "Ekatmataa", few articles in Hindi Weeklies "Hindusthan" and "DharmYug" and organiser, English Weekly beside others.


He was Taxation Advisor from 1967 to 1980. He has been involved in Export business. He held various responsibilities in RSS, ABVP, and VHP mainly.


He may be reached at his own website:

www.newsanalysisindia.com

email: premendraagrawal@gmail.com

twitter: https://twitter.com/PremendraA

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