Nehru’s stenographer stands vindicated: no he didn’t make spelling mistakes!

Before I start, let me mention to you this top secret letter that was leaked to me from a television studio in Noida.



The Election Commissioner of India,

Nirvachan Sadan, New Delhi.

Dear Sir,

I understand from reliable sources that Shri Narendra Modi, a war criminal for many atrocities against the elite, has been allowed into Lutyens Delhi by the democratic mandate of the Indian people. This is clear treachery and a betrayal of faith by the Indian voters. As Indian voters are personal slaves of the Nehru-Gandhi family, it should not have been done. Please take note of it and do what you consider proper and fit.

Yours sincerely,

Elite intellectuals of India.


However, as we all know, the “war criminals” have been on a rampage in Lutyens Delhi since May 2014, canceling even free foreign trips for elites in the Prime Minister’s official aeroplane. These war criminals are tearing everything down and throwing it open to the public: be it Netaji papers or access to Aligarh Muslim University. On the flip side, meritorious students at FTII are being presented with threats: either complete your course within 2 decades or you will lose free board and lodging at taxpayer expense. Research scholars who fail NET exams are faced with the prospect of no longer receiving government scholarships. It is absolute mayhem all around. The situation is so bad that the Congress party is being denied not only its birthright to rule the country, but even the post of the leader of the Opposition.

So, yesterday when 100 files on Netaji were declassified and put into the National Archives, we found this sworn testimony from Pandit Nehru’s stenographer:


(See Page 112 here :

Now, if you have ever been on the internet, you would have known that there has always been a rumor floating around about a letter that goes like this:



Let me tell you that I was always 100% convinced that this letter floating around on the internet had to be a fake. Just look at the spelling and grammar mistakes. After all, considering how much money Nehru got from his parents, there can  be no doubt that Nehru would be able to hire a literate stenographer.  Nehru’s stenographer has been vindicated by the release of Netaji files yesterday. No, his stenographer didn’t spell “Attlee” as “Attle” and I suspect his stenographer didn’t say either that the whole world sleeps when its midnight in India.

After the sworn testimony from Nehru’s stenographer went up on the National Archives, Eminent family historian Ramchandra Guha posted the following conclusion:

Friends, this is the difference between a trained historian and amateurs. Let me explain. An amateur might point out that the way we learn about most historical figures is from first hand accounts by people around them. For instance, we learn about the reign of Harshvardhan not by reading Harshvardhan’s personal diary, but  from the account given by Chinese traveler Hieun Tsang. We learn about Chandragupta Maurya by reading the account by Greek ambassador Megasthenes’ book “Indika”, about Chandragupta Vikramaditya by reading Fa-Hien, about Prithviraj Chauhan by reading Chand Bardai’s “Prithviraj Raso”, about Akbar by reading “Akbarnama”…and so on. As such, sworn testimony from Nehru’s own stenographer might seem like solid evidence to an amateur.

But here is where the deep knowledge of someone like  Ram Guha makes all the difference. Imagine if I were to tell you that I have testimony by a courtier about a letter written by Akbar. You might fall for it, but a professional like Ram Guha won’t. Because a professional like Ram Guha would know the key fact that Akbar was illiterate! He couldn’t have written the letter no matter whose testimony you show me...  Just look at the letter in the National Archives…it’s well composed, without grammatical mistakes: there is simply no way Nehru could have dictated that! And Ram Guha’s professional eye immediately caught this.

Well, so on the one hand Nehru’s stenographer has been vindicated and we know that he didn’t make the spelling mistakes attributed to him. On the other hand, there can be no doubt that his stenographer lied on oath when he submitted this testimony about Nehru’s letter.

Diyar Bhakts, next time you want us to believe something was written by Nehru himself, show us something like Nehru saying that the earth is flat. Then maybe we will consider…


20 thoughts on “Nehru’s stenographer stands vindicated: no he didn’t make spelling mistakes!

  1. ROFTL….’top secret letter’!!

    you have nicely covered all the thorns poking the Lutyens !

    Now it will be fun to watch the congi’s and dynastycrooks using all the tricks under the sun to down play this!

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  2. Ha ha. gr8 blog. By the way, AAP jokers are also claiming that, Nehru’s letter was fake. Do we need any other proof for thier loyalty to congress?? These jokers are also even going to extent saying that, This is a propaganda to show Sardar Patel and Bose were better than Nehru and Gandhi.


  3. GOOD READ!!

    “Indian democ­racy is said to rest on the ven­er­a­ble four pil­lars of the leg­is­la­ture, the exec­utive, the judi­ciary, and the media.

    In brief, we have:

    · A leg­is­la­ture epit­o­mized by a non-functioning Parliament
    · An exec­u­tive whose power is cen­tral­ized within few individuals & groups
    · A judi­ciary that is out­dated, back­logged, blind and corrupt
    · A Mainstream Media, which is sold out and has become TRP war room & fish market.”

    “The rich and powerful piss on us and the media tells us it’s raining”


  4. Bitter truth may be that, congress has destroyed files related to crook Nehru’s negative role for Bose’s murder.It will be good if Lal Bahadur Shastri’s files are also declassified. It was a proven fact that, Shastriji wanted to let us know a truth about Bose after returning to India in 1966. Some facts show us that, Bose was visible at that time. May be Shastriji wanted to bring him to India. Sadly we lost him as well.


    1. Who knows? I am hopeful that the files are still there. Somehow…I think there is something in the mentality of a criminal that he will keep some “souvenir” of his crimes. Somehow I think that the Dynasty has kept the files as a souvenir 🙂 But this is likely wishful thinking 🙂


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