The Significance Of Arnab’s “Vande Mataram” Roar
“Bharat Mata Ki Jai, Vande Mataram” roared Republic TV’s Arnab Goswami after exiting from Taloja jail.
The slogan gave goosebumps and chills as many of us had never witnessed a movement of such proportions for a journalist in our lives. We were overwhelmed with happiness and tears rolled down as we watched our hero walk free with added vigor.
It was a historic moment for nationalists, for Arnab was no more a name, but an ideology who had the courage to take on the most powerful establishment to present his brand of journalism.
The slogan “Bharat Mata Ki Jai, Vande Mataram” raised by Arnab is apt and significant, at a time when he has taken on the establishment, which was once loyal to the British Empire, is now to an Italian dynasty.
It is in this context, it is very important to know “who is who” of this anti-India establishment.
The Thapar family had made huge money during the First World War as commission agents for the colonial British Indian Army.
Diwan Kunj Behari Thapar of Lahore was awarded the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in 1920 for his loyalty during Jallianwala Bagh crisis. He had presented a kirpan and siropa, besides Rs 1,75 lakh to General Dyer.
Daya Ram Thapar, Prem Nath Thapar, and Pran Nath Thapar were sons of Kunj Behari Thapar.
Daya Ram Thapar served in the Military Medical Services of India with the influence of Kunj Behari Thapar, his father, and retired as Director-General of Indian Armed Forces Medical Services.
Romesh Thapar is his son and Bimla Thapar and Romila Thapar, are the daughters.
Romesh Thapar was an Indian journalist and political commentator affiliated with the Communist Party of India.
He was the founder-editor of the monthly journal Seminar, published from New Delhi. The journal had a stable flow of revenues, which poured in from the government.
Romesh Thapar shifted his base from Mumbai to New Delhi to increase his political hold in the socialist dispensation led by Jawaharlal Nehru. He was allotted prime property at a low rate by the government.
After Nehru’s death, Romesh Thapar became a part of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s inner circle, which strengthened his political clout in the government.
He served in various capacities as director of the India International Centre, National Books Development Board, ITDC. He also served as vice-chairperson of the National Bal Bhavan. All these posts were conferred on him by successive Congress governments.
Romila Thapar, Daya Ram Thapar’s daughter, and Romesh Thapar’s sister is a well-known Nehruvian communist ideologue historian, who has twisted Indian history suiting pro-Congress Marxist agenda.
General Pran Nath Thapar, who was the youngest son of Kunj Behari Thapar, is related to Jawaharlal Nehru.
General Pran Nath Thapar was married to Bimla Bashiram Sehgal, who is the sister of Gautam Sahgal, whose wife Nayantara Sahgal was a daughter of Vijayalaxmi Pandit and niece of Nehru.
General Thapar is the only Indian Army chief who had lost a war. Surprisingly, his role in the 1962 debacle is left out in history books.
He had four children, of whom the youngest is the prominent left-leaning journalist Karan Thapar, who leads a pack of left-liberal and anti-Hindu journalists like Aroon Purie, Ravish Kumar, Saba Naqvi, Barkha Dutt, Sagarika Ghose, Rajdeep Sardesai, and Siddharth Varadarajan.
Sobha Singh, a native of Pakistan in undivided Bharat, had bought extensive land at a nominal rate of Rs 2 per square yard in New Delhi when the British establishment gave him and his father Sujan Singh, contracts to build Lutyens Delhi.
Sobha Singh had identified legendry Indian revolutionary Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt, which led to the arrests of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru, in the 1929 assembly bomb explosion case.
Sobha Singh had four sons – Bhagwant Singh, Khushwant Singh, Major Gurbakash, and Daljit – and a daughter Mohinder Kaur.
Khushwant Singh was a well-known Indira Gandhi supporter and an Emergency apologist. His son Rahul Singh can be seen on Republic TV and other channels defending tukde tukde gang and serious offenders like Teesta Setalwad and Tarun Tejpal.
Mohinder Kaur’s daughter-in-law Rukhsana Sultana was Sanjay Gandhi’s accomplice during the emergency. Amrita Singh is her daughter.
Sobha Singh’s grand-son Tejbir Singh is married to Kunj Behari Thapar’s grand-daughter Malvika Singh, who runs his father Romesh Thapar’s Seminar along with her husband.
The magazine is loyal to Congress’ eco-system.
The descendants of British collaborator Kunj Behari Thapar and Sir Sobha Singh, who are enjoying the clout on money earned by betraying Bharat and benefiting from brazen corruption of the Congress party, are questioning Arnab’s nationalistic journalism, which has become a great stumbling block to them as they are unable to float an anti-India and anti-Hindu narrative, which they have been doing since the British Raj.
This is the lobby which is making all efforts to silence Arnab’s Republic TV to create an anti-BJP narrative running up to the 2024 general elections.
Driving out of Taloja jail and roaring “Bharat Mata Ki Jai, Vande Mataram”, is timely and appropriate.
It has all the potential to awaken the sleeping Sanatani, who has been a victim at the hands of these betrayers of Bharat for the last 70 years.
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