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Your Prime Minister is Dead

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When Lalita Shastri saw her husband’s body, it did not appear he had been dead only a few hours. His face was dark bluish and swollen. The body was bloated and it bore strange cut marks. The sheets, pillows and the clothes were all soaked in blood. As the family members raised doubts, suddenly sandal paste was smeared on Lal Bahadur Shastri’s face. And yet, the controversy whether or not India’s second prime minister’s death was really due to a heart attack, couldn’t be contained. Allegations of the KGB’s, the CIA’s or an insider’s hand in the death of Lal Bahadur Shastri emerged in time In this first-ever comprehensive study of the enduring Shastri death mystery, Anuj Dhar puts together a disturbing narrative going against the official version. Dhar’s bestselling book "India’s biggest cover-up" inspired declassification of the Subhas Chandra Bose files and hit web series "Bose: Dead/Alive


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Hemant Gaur rated it
May 13, 2021
Anuj Dhar is a very famous writer, on Alt Balaji if you have seen a web series on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, you will know that a very important part of this web series is based on his book India's Biggest Cover-Up. One of his books, Your Prime Minister is Dead, is based on the death of the Former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri. This book does not answer how Former PM Shastri died, but it is written in much detail who could be behind his death. These are the four conspiracy theories that something you can debate on all day long but will ... more
Bimit rated it
December 13, 2019
"Your Prime Minister is Dead" is undoubtedly the apex of investigative journalism. I found this book to be well written, well researched, and factual but most importantly, it fits the current Indian political scenario. The book is an in-depth and multidisciplinary study of the events surrounding Shastriji's sudden demise. The episodes surrounding the death suggested a foul play and the subject matter exposes the casual approach of the ruling party of the time. The author has questioned certain decisions of the political leadership which needs t ... more
Nikhilesh rated it
August 30, 2019
A thrilling and sad tale about how the murder of a former prime minster was covered up as mere accident!! The author tries to expose the webs of conspiracy that led to death of Shastriji and the coverup of the same!!


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