Indira Gandhi Death: Indira Gandhi Assassin Met Khalistani Organization says new book: Indira Gandhi’s assassin met Khalistani in London
A new book has been made about the assassination of former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi, whose strings are connected to Britain. It is alleged that Beant Singh, who assassinated Indira Gandhi, was also related to the Khalistani leaders of London. In fact, so far no Sikh separatist in Britain has been proved to be involved in this conspiracy.
Indira Gandhi was assassinated on 31 October 1984 at her official residence by her bodyguards. Sikh-origin writer Ajit Sat Bhambhra, now living in Britain, has claimed that Beant, one of the killers, had connections to Khalistani leaders in London.
When did the doubt happen?
According to the report of The Week, Bhambra has written in her book Silent Echoes that when Indira went to London in 1983, Beant had accompanied her as a bodyguard. He along with a friend went to the same hotel where Indira was staying for some work, then Beant also took a lift in the car with him. Bhambra dropped Beant near Southhall train station.
Bhambra wrote, ‘When I turned the car back, I saw Beant going towards the office of a famous pro-Khalistan organization … I was surprised because Indira was opposed to this movement. While returning I was thinking that I saw Beant going inside the building but I could not say with certainty.’
The search for truth begins
Bhambra wrote that this question kept bothering her and she decided to find the answer. In May 1984, he came to know that Beant Singh personally met three important members of the Khalistani movement. Bhambra says that he saw Beant walking into the office of Des Pardes publication which was known for its support for Khalistan. According to him, Beant had met Jagjit Singh Chauhan, who described himself as the president of Khalistan.
… it’s too late
Bhambra says that he had given this information to the then President Giani Zail Singh. Singh asked him to come to India and talk to Indira. He says that Indira was very busy and it took months to get an appointment with her. He reached India on 30 October 1984 and Indira was assassinated the very next day. Bhambra himself is aware that if he had alerted Indira earlier, her life would have been saved. At the same time, Chauhan also threatened on BBC radio that Indira and her family would be beheaded and after Indira’s murder, interrogation took place but no charges were framed.
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