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7 Mysterious Deaths In Indian History That Are Still Unsolved

You may not find this story interesting, but as an Indian, you must know about these seven controversial deaths. Being an Indian, it is your right to find answers to all these questions that are raised in this story. If you believe that there's something we can do to help our nation grow, then read this. It is for you.

Back in the year 1966, Indian scientist Bhabha planned to make India a nuclear power nation, but his sudden death postponed it for India. The how and when about of his death are still unanswerable. Let's discuss some of the most mysterious death of famous Indian personalities.

7 Mysterious Deaths In Indian History That Are Still Unsolved

7 Mysterious Deaths In Indian History That Are Still Unsolved

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1. Lal Bahadur Shastri

1. Lal Bahadur Shastri

The death of the Indian Prime Minister, that too in another country, and there are not even sufficient documents to support his death. No, I am not joking. You might not be knowing that Lal Bahadur Shashtri was sent to solve the 1965 war with Pakistan. He was there to meet President of Pakistan, Ayub Khan. The night before the meeting, Lal Bahadur Shastri's wife found him dead and told in an interview that his body had cut all over and was looking all blue.

It raised a lot of questions.

It raised a lot of questions.

Doctors in Russia informed that Lal Bahadur Shastri died of multiple heart attacks. The point is, Lal Bahadur Shastri's postmortem was not performed. Not in Russia and not even in India. The last person to talk to him before his death was none other than his daughter, and Lal Bahadur Shastri's last words were "I am going to drink a glass of milk, and sleep."

If he died of heart attack, then how come his body turned blue and showed symptoms of poisoning?


2. Dr. Shyam Prasad Mookerjee

2. Dr. Shyam Prasad Mookerjee

"Ek desh mai do nishan, do pradhan, nahin chalega  nahin chalega"

He was a part of the cabinet ministry under Jawahar Lal Nehru and clashed with him on the thought that Kashmir should have its own Prime Minister under the act 370. Mookerjee went further to protest in Kashmir where he was arrested.

His approach scared the ruling party?

His approach scared the ruling party?

It is said that his approach was so aggressive that the ruling party had him injured and admitted him to the hospital for 90 days. Now, the whole India was aware that Dr. Shyam Prasad was suffering from dry pleurisy and coronary problems. Everyone also knew that he's allergic to Penicillin, and instead of all these, he was given a shot. 

He died under mysterious circumstances and again no postmortem? 

Dr. Mookerjee's mother demanded the postmortem, but Jawahar Lal Nehru ignored the request completely.

3. Sanjay Gandhi

3. Sanjay Gandhi

Not everyone knows the fact, that it was her mother Indira Gandhi that wanted Sanjay Killed. Sanjay was far away from the definition of the ideal man. He was a pervert womanizer and kind of person who'd pick any girl from the street to satisfy physical needs. A Bombay dyeing model caught his attention and Sanjay fell in love with her. She was no other than Maneka Gandhi. Their love was at its peak when Maneka got pregnant with him.

Sanjay's behavior was worsening day by day, and he started interfering in political matters as if he is the Prime Minister of India.

Indira killed her son Sanjay?

Indira killed her son Sanjay?

Sanjay's death was inexplicable. He was traveling in a glider with one of his friends and then suddenly his aircraft crashed without exploding, which happens when there's no fuel in the helicopter. The point to mark here is, the plane was 'full tank' just before it took off.

Not just this, No inquiry was set up to find out the reason for his death, and when Indira was informed about this crash, she asked the guards about Sanjay's wristwatch and the keys. Which mother does this?

4. Amar Singh Chamkila

4. Amar Singh Chamkila

Hardly any Indian would recognize this name, most of the people know him by his stage name 'Elvis of Punjab.' He is one of the most famous and celebrated singer of Punjab. A singer, songwriter, composer, and what not. He had everything that you need in any globally acclaimed musician. Chamkila from Punjab used to sing duet songs with her partner/wife Amarjot.

Both were shot in public!

Both were shot in public!

Getting many death threats from Khalistani militants. In March 1988, both of them were gunned down when they exited their vehicle in Mehsampur, Punjab. The reason could be anything, either their rising popularity, their competitors, government, or people who invited them to sing and they denied. All these are just speculation. No inquiry was ever made, no one was arrested.

5. Chandra Shekhar Prasad

5. Chandra Shekhar Prasad

He was born into a poor household, and after completing his schooling from Sainik School in Jhumri Talaiya, he went on to join JNU. In JNU, Prasad was actively participating in student's union meetings and protests. Later, he won three consecutive elections in JNU by becoming the Vice- President of the students union, and then President for two times.

To change the face of the Indian politics, he started protesting heavily inside the country. He somehow underestimated the power of wicked politicians and they killed him publically.

The man who taught us to raise voice against wrong.

The man who taught us to raise voice against wrong.

In 1997, he was shot down in his hometown while campaigning. The man who had the courage to take the responsibility and change the face of Indian political system was killed in public. It bought all the student unions on the street, and they started to protest against the government in Delhi and Bihar.

When news reached to the JNU students, they demanded investigation and CBI officials were trusted with this case. Till date, this remains the most emotional and political issue for the people of India and JNU students.

6. Rajiv Dixit

6. Rajiv Dixit

Unreported, untalked, ignored freedom fighter of modern India. Rajiv Dixit is one of those citizens of India who is equal to Anna Hazare of recent times. He was an activist and used to run Azadi Bachao Andolan!.

He had given many speeches in his lifetime, and they were all about making India grow, how to stop corruption and decentralization of taxes. He also claimed that many Indian politicians hide their black money in Swiss bank, which was found valid after the reports leaked by WikiLeaks.

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As usual, At the time of his death, no media coverage was made, no social activist came in front to speak about him, even one of his supporters and yoga guru of India, Baba Ramdev, didn't utter a single word in his memory.

His body was pale blue, but no inquiry was made, and many of his friends say, "Rajiv was fighting for real freedom, and when monsters who rule our country saw that their end is near, they killed Rajiv Dixit."

7. Sunanda Pushkar

7. Sunanda Pushkar

The sales manager of TECOM Investment of a Dubai-based firm, Co-owner of Rendezvous sports world, and Shashi Tharoor's wife Sunanda Pushkar's death is one of the most recent and fresh among this list of mysterious deaths in India. Right before her death, she was in the news for buying IPL tournament team, and her husband was also dragged into this for supporting her financially.

Found dead in her hotel room.

Found dead in her hotel room.

Later she found out some intimate tweets that were exchanged between her husband and Pakistani journalist Mehr Tarar. This news spread like a fire in the Pakistan and India. Later, Tharoor shared a post on his Facebook profile along with his wife Sunanda Pushkar and claimed that everything between the couple is normal. They're happily married.

Right after two days of the incident, Sunanda Pushkar was found dead in her hotel room. It was Shashi Tharoor only who informed the police about this mishappening. Who killed her is still a mystery?

Our nation is great, but a great nation should make its citizens feel safe and secure. Armies are serving their purpose on borders, but government and investigation bureaus have failed to do so.

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