After almost two centuries of British occupation, scores of bloody battles leading to massacre of lakhs, loot of $$45 Trillion worth of assets in today’s terms, British made famines causing starvation deaths in millions on roads, thousands of Hindu women brutalised, hundreds of revolutionaries savagely tortured…freedom in the name of ‘Transfer Of Power’ was finally attained somehow, then the newly installed Prime Minister proposes and appoints last representative of the brutal regime as Governor General i.e. Head of the newly liberated country !!! Has any other nation ever been derogated in such a crude manner, that too immediately after attaining so-called freedom from foreign yoke by her own Prime Minister ?? On the contrary, MA Jinnah did not allow Mountbatten to hang around corridors of power in Pakistan though they were very much in cahoots with him in perpetrating all sorts crimes against Hindu-s and Bharata.
By appointing Mountbatten, popularised as ‘Dickie Uncle’ by his admirers in Congress and back home in Britain, as Governor General of Bharata, Nehru extended a golden opportunity on a platter to same tyrants who had traumatised the country and her denizens for some 200 years and sucked us dry of our wealth, to ruin us more. Nehru’s pathological anti-Hindu chauvinism was always at the core of his every notion, presumption, assumption, disposition, inclination or decision with Mountbatten as his guide and mentor in politics. Owing to the ‘beautiful relationship’ (words of Nehru’s sister Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit) between Nehru and Edwina Mountbatten, it was a child’s play for Gov. General Mountbatten to bring him around to his decisions howsoever illegitimate, atrocious and anti-Bharata. Army Chiefs of both countries were British nationals in those historic moments of reckoning. Were Congress ‘Freedom-fighters’ so naïve as to be unaware of possible calamities and catastrophes that they could have been wrought upon the nation ?? Was that not extreme of callous recklessness ? They expected him to protect interests of Bharata at the expense of Britain who had been notoriously inept in all assignments allocated even by the occupying British regime in Britain and derided as ‘Master Of Disasters’ in his own country !! When Dr. Ambedkar and the Saudi Arabian Maulana Azad directly warned ‘Dickie Uncle’ of inevitable blood-bath if partition was enforced so much in a hurry, he responded so callously, “…I shall see to it that there is no bloodshed or riot. I am a soldier, not a civilian. If there should be slightest agitation, I shall order the Army and the Air Force to act and use tanks and aeroplanes to suppress anybody who wants to create trouble”. But in reality, he did absolutely nothing. Not a single soldier was deployed anywhere on both sides of the border to protect Hindu-s from Muslim marauders in spite of brutalities and savagery that continued for days together. Being directly responsible for genocide of some 30 lakh natives, Mountbatten aptly deserved to be court martialed by Netaji’s INA.
Britain wanted Kashmir as a strategic territory under their command or with pro-west Pakistan due to it’s locational advantage hence, they surrepticiously sowed seeds of separatism / independence in minds of Muslim League and Kashmiris. To realise that sinister objective, Nehru’s offer of the office of Governor General on a platter was an unexpected windfall for him. ‘Dickie Uncle’ derived maximum advantage out of the opportunity, muscled his way as ‘Head Of Defence Committee Of India’ to ensure Army Chiefs on both sides of the border were British nationals reporting to him in addition to the Supreme Commander Auchinleck. That’s how ‘Dickie Uncle’ had a golden opportunity to covertly confabulate with British Army Chief of Pakistani Army, British Chief of Bharatiya Army without roping even a single leader of Congress in confidence and finalised strategies and decisions as Royal British Government wished to have before departing. Had he held those ‘confidential’ strategy sessions even in the middle of Connaught Place under the blue sky, he would have encountered no hurdle at all with an outstanding facilitator like Prime Minister JL Nehru !! It was the last Mughal Nehru who offered ‘Dickie Uncle’ to preside over Defence Committee of the Cabinet (now Cabinet Committee On Security) to resolve all decisions on Kashmir, displacement, war etc. Whatever happened immediately before and after Partition-1947 was in reality, presided over by Viceroy turned Governor General Mountbatten at the behest of last Mughal JL Nehru and Nehru alone as all those official capacities were conferred upon ‘Dickie Uncle’ by Nehru alone as Prime Minister.
The last Mughal Prime Minister Nehru was cavorting around like an unbridled stallion high on testosterone !! Nobody could dare challenge him as he was privileged with protective shadow of MK Gandhi. Governor General ‘Dickie Uncle’ alias Mountbatten also invoked his dubious ‘talent’ during integration of Junagadh and Hyderabad in addition to J&K. He stood there and everywhere to protect Royal British and Royal British interest alone with ‘hell with it’ attitude for Bharata with respect to any decision with the potential to mitigate Royal British interest. It was Congress-favourite Governor General of India ‘Dickie Uncle’ who prevailed upon Nehru to refer the issue of J&K to United Nations. So he was in fact instrumental in internationalising domestic issue of J&K. ‘Dickie Uncle’ also attempted his best to internationalise issues of Junagadh and Hyderabad too but failed only due to effective intervention of the then Union Home Minister Sardar Patel.
So Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas Mountbatten presided over the worst Hindu-holocaust of ‘Independent’ Bharata in the capacity of Governor General when some 30 lakh people perished. Instead of demanding capital punishment by public hanging for him as a measure of token punishment, Vice-President M. Hidayatullah was deputed to shoulder his casket in funeral while Navy Commander Admiral RL Parreira followed it as a mourner. It may be an interesting riddle for some to probe as to why the Admiral was not instructed to toll the bell as a sexton to the funeral !!