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5 Conspiracy Theories About Indian History Will Leave You Scratching Your Heads

Indian History is not completely clear and whatever we studied in the books while growing up might not even be true completely. There are some facts and questions raised by so many people about particular incidents in the Indian History which has led to the rise of many conspiracy theories. Here are some-

Bhagat Singh’s execution by Mahatma Gandhi

Source: Hari Bhoomi
Source: Hari Bhoomi

Many say that Mahatma Gandhi had his direct influence over the execution of Bhagat Singh. He could’ve easily stopped it but he decided not to because he thought his violent methods were against his ideologies.

Lal Bahadur’s death


It is said that Lal Bahadur Shastri was poisoned after he signed the Tashkent declaration. No postmortem was carried out and recently a RTI was filed for Shastri’s death certificate but the request was turned down by the government.

Homi Bhabha’s death by a plane crash

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Source: Famous People

The father of Indian Nuclear program is said to have died because the CIA wanted to put an end to the India’s nuclear program which pretty much happened after he was dead. The plane crash is said to be an attempt by the CIA in 1996.

Subhash Chandra Bose’s death by a plane crash

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Many conspiracy theorists believe that Subhash Chandra Bose didn’t die in a plane crash but rather he lived under the name of Gumnani baba until he died in 1985. Some say that he moved to Russia and lived as a war criminal and died there.

India’s still a British colony

Source: WTHR
Source: WTHR

Although India become independent in 1947, it is said the Queen still has influence over this country because of her arrival to India without visa in 1997.

Found them amusing? If you get some time, make sure you research them more as there are some really twisted conspiracy theories about the Indian History.


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