Part -2: Secret behind our beloved Sonia G


Part -2: Secret behind our beloved Sonia G


Ms. Sonia Gandhi upon learning enough English became a waitress in Varsity Restaurant in Cambridge town. She first met Rajiv when he came to the restaurant in 1965. Rajiv was a student in the University, but could not cope with the academic rigour for long. So he had to depart in 1966 for London where he was briefly in Imperial College of Engineering as a student. Sonia too moved to London, and according the information,  she got a job with an outfit run by Salman Thassir.  Salman  is a debonair Pakistani based in Lahore, and who has a export-import company headquartered in Dubai. But he spends most of his time in London. This fits the profile of an ISI functionary.

Obviously, Sonia made enough money in this job to loan Rajiv funds in London, who was obviously living beyond his allowances Indira herself expressed suffering to By Dr. Subramanian Swamy on this score in late 1965 when she invited him to a private tea at the Guest House in Brandeis University.

Rajiv’s letters to Sanjay, who was also in London then, clearly indicate that he was in financial debt to Sonia because he requested Sanjay who obviously had more access to money, to pay off the debt.

However, Rajiv was not the only friend Sonia was seeing those days. Madhavrao Scindia and a German by name Stiegler are worth mentioning as other good friends of Sonia.

Madhavrao’s friendship continued even after Sonia’s marriage to Rajiv. Scindia in 1982 was involved in a traffic accident near IIT, Delhi main gate while driving a car at 2 AM. Sonia was the only other passenger. Both were badly injured. A student of IIT who was burning midnight oil was out for a cup of coffee. He picked them up from the car, hailed an auto rickshaw and sent an injured Sonia to Mrs Indira Gandhi’s house since she insisted in not going to a hospital.

Madhavrao had broken a leg and in too much pain to make any demand. He was taken to hospital by the Delhi Police who had arrived a little after Sonia had left the scene. In later years, Madhavrao had become privately critical of Sonia, and told some close friends about his apprehensions about Sonia. It is a pity that he died in mysterious circumstances in an aircrash.

The circumstance under which Rajiv hastily married Sonia in a Church in Orbassano is controversial but that was his personal matter that has no public significance. But what is of public significance is that Indira Gandhi who was initially dead set against the marriage for reasons known to her, surrendered to hold a registry marriage with Hindu ceremonial trappings in New Delhi. The pro-Soviet T.N. Kaul prevailed upon her to accept the marriage in “the larger interest of cementing Indo-Soviet Friendship”. I guess Kaul would not have intervened unless the Soviet Union had asked him to.

Such has been the extensive support from the beginning extended to Sonia Gandhi from the Soviets.
When a Prime Minister of India’s son dates a girl in London, the KGB which valued Indo-Soviet relations, obviously would investigate her and find out that she was the daughter of Stefano, their old reliable Italian contact. Thus, Sonia with Rajiv meant deeper access to the household of the Indian Prime Minister. Hence strengthening the Rajiv-Sonia relations was in the Soviet national interest and they went to work on it. Sadly they did through their then existing moles in the Indira Gandhi camp.

After Sonia Gandhi’s marriage to Rajiv, the Soviet connection with the Mainos was fortified and nurtured by generous financial help through commissions and kickbacks on every Indo,Soviet trade deal and defence purchases.

According to the respected Swiss magazine, Schweitzer Illustrate [November 1991 issue], Rajiv Gandhi had about $ 2 billion in numbered Swiss bank accounts, which Sonia inherited upon his assassination.


The magazine printed the names, photographs and the amount deposited by each of them.  They included Idi Amin of Uganda, Anastasio Somoza of Nicaragua, Jean Claude Duvalier of Haiti, Manuel Noriega of Panama, Seke Moboto of Zaire, Nicolai Chausescue of Rumania, Haile Selassie of Thiopia, Abu Nida of Palestine, Jaafar Numeiri of Sudan, Suharto of Indonesia, Saddam Hussain of Iraq, Jaa B. Bokassa of Zontralafrika, Rajiv Gandhi of India and Reza Pahlevi of Iran, in that order.  The amount said to be deposited by Rajiv Gandhi in various Swiss Banks was 2 billion US dollars.  Most of them, who figure in the list, are infamous for being corrupt, nationally and internationally.  The magazine which published this story is supposed to be a very serious publication.



CPI(M) MP Amal dutta raised the matter in parliament, and he did mention the name of Rajiv Gandhi and the amount, but nothing could go on record for there was pandemonium from treasury benches which happened to be occupied by the Congress at that time.  There upon, Sunday Mail carried this story and reproduced the photographs and money mentioned under their names which in turn was published in the Hindi daily Amar Ujala, too.  The point to note was that Congress Government neither confirmed the story nor denied it.  No defamation suit was filed by any of the fourteen leaders or by their relatives.  This speaks volume about the Rajiv-Sonia couple.  India can get her money back, according to the Swiss laws, if prosecution proceedings are finally launched against the heirs of Rajiv Gandhi

Baba Ramdev openly spoke about 5 lakhs rupees withdrawn that was by Congress Party :

Ramdev was raped after this:

More about her will be continued in next blog…

Shameful Indian,
-K Himaanshu Shukla..

NOTE: The facts specified above are taken from internet and from the email of Dr. Subramanian Swamy( Janata Party), Scrutiny is not responsible for any Authenticity.

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