‘The Diary of Nehru’ reveals some disgraceful facts from former president’s diary - The Fearless Indian
Home / News / ‘The Diary of Nehru’ reveals some disgraceful facts from former president’s diary

‘The Diary of Nehru’ reveals some disgraceful facts from former president’s diary

  • Mrinalini Singh
  • July 15, 2017
Follow us on

The freedom struggle by Indians is a historic event will never fade away from our minds and heart. The soil was flooded with the blood of the freedom fighters but the zeal and enthusiasm of the fighters never reduced. The freedom which we are now taking the privilege of are the precious gift given by them. But there were few individuals who join hands with British for their luxuries sake.

The last British Viceroy and the first governor-general of independent India were Lord Louis “Dickie” Mountbatten. Lord Louis and his wife Edwina were very close to Nehru and several members of Indian cabinet. In those eras, exchanging between Nehru and Edwina Mountbatten. What was there in those letters that the government hesitated to make it public?

After Independence, the mother (Edwina) and daughter (Pamela) frequently visited India. When Nehru visited the UK, he was treated royally in Mountbatten’s family estate. Pamela said that both loved each other but didn’t have any sexual relationship. This was said by her in an interview . Pamela Mountbatten was Lord and Edwina Mountbatten’s youngest daughter. Lord Mountbatten was aware of his wife’s relationship with Nehru visited the UK, he was treated royally in Mountbatten’s family estate.

The then Foreign Minister of Pakistan, SS Pirzada said that Jinnah had certain letters which were exchanged between Nehru and Edwina. Few excerpts from the letters are below. “Dickie will be out tonight – come after 10:00 o’ clock,” said one of Edwina’s. “I have fond memories of Simla – riding and your touch”. Once, Jawaharlal Nehru and Edwina had stayed together in Nainital in the Himalayan Foothills. Governor’s son was sent to call them for dinner. But when he opened Nehru’s room, he was disgusted to see what was happening inside. He saw Nehru and Edwina in an embracing situation inside.

There were plans to reveal this letter but Sonia Gandhi refused to do so. She was afraid as the political opposition might try to gain advantage out of it. Now, are we doing enough good by celebrating children’s day or chacha Nehru day on 14th November, instead we should celebrate our former President APJ Abdul Kalam’s birth anniversary?

Think of it!!

The freedom struggle by Indians is a historic event will never fade away from our minds and heart. The soil was flooded with the blood of the freedom fighters but the zeal and enthusiasm of the fighters never reduced. The freedom which we are now taking the privilege of are the precious gift given by them. But there were few individuals who join hands with British for their luxuries sake. The last British Viceroy and the first governor-general of independent India were Lord Louis “Dickie” Mountbatten. Lord Louis and his wife Edwina were very close to Nehru and several members of Indian cabinet. In those eras, exchanging between Nehru and Edwina Mountbatten. What was there in those letters that the government hesitated to make it public? After Independence, the mother (Edwina) and daughter (Pamela) frequently visited India. When Nehru visited the UK, he was treated royally in Mountbatten’s family estate. Pamela said that both loved each other but didn’t have any sexual relationship. This was said by her in an interview . Pamela Mountbatten was Lord and Edwina Mountbatten’s youngest daughter. Lord Mountbatten was aware of his wife’s relationship with Nehru visited the UK, he was treated royally in Mountbatten's family estate. The then Foreign Minister of Pakistan, SS Pirzada said that Jinnah had certain letters which were exchanged between Nehru and Edwina. Few excerpts from the letters are below. “Dickie will be out tonight – come after 10:00 o’ clock,” said one of Edwina’s. “I have fond memories of Simla – riding and your touch”. Once, Jawaharlal Nehru and Edwina had stayed together in Nainital in the Himalayan Foothills. Governor’s son was sent to call them for dinner. But when he opened Nehru’s room, he was disgusted to see what was happening inside. He saw Nehru and Edwina in an embracing situation inside. [ads1] There were plans to reveal this letter but Sonia Gandhi refused to do so. She was afraid as the political opposition might try to gain advantage out of it. Now, are we doing enough good by celebrating children’s day or chacha Nehru day on 14th November, instead we should celebrate our former President APJ Abdul Kalam’s birth anniversary? Think of it!!

Facebook Comments

You may also like

Check Also

This one photograph is a shame for India! Check out now

India is home to a rich species of wildlife. From the mighty tigers to rare species of reptiles and birds; India is endowed with it all. ...

Loading...