How Indian Communists committed Acts of Treason against the Indian state and why they should be banned from any seat of power

Last updated on Jun 22, 2020

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

I have already talked of the role of Traitors played by Indian Communists in the Indian history since independence. If you have to look for details – the declassified CIA documents that go into the relationships that the Indian communists developed with the Russians and Chinese are very instructive. You can see how the Communists, some of them are the top names in that organization, have played treason with the Indian state. They are guilty of starting underground organizations and arming people in anticipation of Chinese attacks and with help from the Chinese. Not only that these scums also helped China to infiltrate the Indian Defense forces and Military with an aim to cripple our defense.

Please read these reports carefully! There is no reason, that I believe, such people should be anywhere close to the seat of power where they can have access to the confidential information and sources within Delhi (or even West Bengal/Kerala). I am amazed (and mad, actually) that at the very least the BJP, which was singled out by these scums so Chinese could attack them, did not try these two organizations for Treason!!

1. The Sino-Indian Border Dispute Section 1: 1950-59
2. The Sino-Indian Border Dispute Section 2: 1959-61
3. The Sino-Indian Border Dispute Section 3: 1961-62
4. The Indian Communist Party and Sino-Soviet Dispute

  • HK Surjeet influenced by Russia to setup an underground organization
  • CPI did proceed to recruit a secret organization within the Indian Army
  • China Russia insisted that the CPI must develop a standby apparatus capable of armed resistance, while intensifying penetration of Indian Military forces.
  • 4 powerful radio sets had been installed in the office of the China Review in Calcutta to listen to broadcasts from Peking
  • Chinese Financial Subsidies to sections of the CPI particularly the left faction strongholds in West Bengal
  • a foreign supply base was now available for the underground organizations with Chinese occupation of Tibet and other frontier areas
  • letter asking for collaboration in Indian underground organization work aimed at an eventual revolution, because China has a border with India and can provide arms and supplies
    – Also Jaipal Singh, head of the illegal organization within the Indian Army decided to reactivate his organization in May 1961 following the hard left faction gaining control of the party
  • Nehru believed China’s Communist Leaders were amenable to Gentlemanly persuasion
  • Nehru’s strategy was defensive and he believed strengthening Indian Economy to resist a Chinese Military Attack was adequate
  • China’s short term policy was not to alert Nehru on the wide gap between Chinese and Indian claims on border and hence they lied about Chinese maps
  • Chinese leaders recognized that India neither by temperament nor by capability was a Military threat
  • China’s strategy was to use diplomatic channels to cut out Indian press, public and parliament. It was a 5 year masterpiece in guile. It played on Nehru’s Asian anti-imperialist mental attitude his proclivity to temporize and his sincerity for peace with China.
  • Had it not been Nehru but a more military minded man who was Prime Minister in Oct 1959, a priority program to prepare India to eventually fight would have been started.
  • In February 1959, Ajoy Ghosh in his report to the Central Executive Committee that China Russia insisted that the CPI must develop a standby apparatus capable of armed resistance, while
intensifying penetration of Indian Military forces.
  • From 6 to 8 August 1959 hard leftists urged a revival of CPI illegal apparatus to be run from the party secretariat
  • the CEC then decided to addreis a letter to the Chinese par on the whole question of Sino-Indian relations . Said to have been drafted jointly by Ghosh and Ranadive, the letter was
    delivered to the Chinese Embassy during the second week of August. The letter reportedly described the emotions aroused among t h e Indian p o p u l a t i m over the Tibetan issue and over
    the undemarcated Sino-Indian border, particularly in view of the Chinese refusal to clarify their stand on older Chinese
    maps claiming areas regarded by India as belonging to her. (Nehru had alluded to these maps i n a press conference in the first week of August.) The letter is s a i d to have
    deprecated the Chinese indiscriminate use of the terms “Indian imperialists ” and “Indian expansionistsl” and to have urged that only specific groups such as the Praja Socialist
    and Jan Sangh parties be singled out for attack (as Ranadive had suggested t o Ambassador Pan in April).
  • (Argument from the hard left:) with the PLA now present along the Indian Border the Indian Party had a channel of support for Armed Operations and a potential liberator in the event of mass uprisings. (13 Sept 1959)

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