Almost every Indian knows about the second Prime Minister of the country,
Lal Bahadur Shastri. The first national leader who was worthy of Bharat Ratna was killed. A national leader who has brought the honor and glory of Mother India.
His death is still seen as a puzzle. If you have seen this film-Tashkent Files, then your mind would be cleared off the terrible confusion that Shastri Ji had died because, in reality, he was murdered due to political intrigue.
Unable to sit in power, some dwarf people were then so jealous or hateful that Lal Bahadur Shastri Ji was assassinated so that he would get out of their way. Not only this but the scene of brutality was such that you may not even believe. Despite saying from the family to the intellectual class, the then post mortem of his body was not done at that time.
In 2009, when it was asked for the details of the documents related to Shastri's death through Right to Information(RTI), then it was said on behalf of the then Congress Government that his postmortem had not taken place in the Soviet Union and neither it has any recorded document related to his death.
Now, what can be a sad irony that Shastri, who went to Tashkent, a Soviet Union territory (now Uzbekistan country), to get a peace treaty signed, will get such a great disdain from the country and his own killers will be glorified and given the power to run the nation?
Now the phase has changed, as the country has a partially right-wing nationalist and anti-Congress government that allowed the release of the film
"Tashkent Files" directed by film director Vivek Agnihotri, highlighting the conspiracy to assassinate Lal Bahadur Shastri from the digital platform Netflix to the big screen theatres.
Although the film managed to tell people in the country to be truthful about the death of Lal Bahadur Shastri, this film would have made the whole world aware of the assassination of Lal Bahadur Shastri who was the Prime Minister in office, but the anti-country forces present in the Indian Oscar jury and it's head the left-Liberal Aparna Sen ultimately did not allow the film to be a finalized and got it replaced it with a nonsense commercial movie Gully Boy. what happened to this movie? that it went out of the race for the Oscars in a few days.
Power has changed in the country, but the system still remains anti-national. The only cure for which is to strengthen the country's nationalist forces through your voice and support. Watch Tashkent Files along with others also so that you can know that Lal Bahadur Shastri was not dead but was killed!
The Government of India should declassify all the files related to death of Bharat Ratna Lal Bahadur Shastri, the most capable and most powerful nationalist of his country without wasting any moment. Now it has to be seen whether justice can be done to him like Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose or not.