"Nehru Gave China a Security Council Spot": BJP

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has accused former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru of favouring China's entry to the United Nations Security Council over India's. 🇨🇳🇮🇳🔥

03/14/2019 8:02 PM
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  • Saeed A.
    03/14/2019 20:07

    Here we go again....

  • Muhammad A.
    03/14/2019 20:07

    Good going the extremist group

  • Robbie S.
    03/14/2019 20:07

    Yes Nehru is so wrong....if he had adopted China’s one child policy ....a lot of Gober filled brain-Bhakts and BJP dumbs were not born either 😀

  • Jeet A.
    03/14/2019 20:07

    So ban Chinese goods in India

  • Altamash F.
    03/14/2019 20:08

    This is called.. "Gade murdey ukhadna"

  • Nauman K.
    03/14/2019 20:12

    Belive me or not you haven't told your public so far that there were two aircrafts one mig 21 and other is Su 30 So don't get that much nerves

  • Alok S.
    03/14/2019 20:14

  • Tarun S.
    03/14/2019 20:19

    There was never a firm offer. That was a mere tease that would have never happened - once proposed by the Soviet Union and once by the United States. The issue is far more complicated than the simplistic statements that is claimed on this..

  • Hassam A.
    03/14/2019 20:19

    Pakistani be like. Boht maza aa Raha ha😂

  • Tarun S.
    03/14/2019 20:20

    While I’m not a big fan of Nehru, I don’t think he was stupid either. He took fairly shrewd moves here. And I don’t know of any respectable analyst who have both researched this issue and faulted Nehru for this.

  • Zafar K.
    03/14/2019 20:20

    Pata karo 1983 mien in ki nas bandi to nahi hogai na

  • Sanjay V.
    03/14/2019 20:21

    Pakistan ki sinajori... Inhi ki deen hai

  • Anurag B.
    03/14/2019 20:21

    Can the government stop manipulating the people and even the general public of the country should be aware of the facts rather then satisfying their ego by believe in all the rumours and made up stories! If that incidence (UN members) there should be some sort of written prove provided by the UN itself and I guess most of the public know how UN works and everything! There are made up stories about everything in India which doesn’t help in any sort of good to the country and its people rather is misleading!

  • Srikant N.
    03/14/2019 20:24

    In 1952, Jawaharlal Nehru completely gifted the Kabaw valley to the Burmese government as a token of peace. We won't forget this how can he give our land so easily without the consent of the people? Sell more lands Congress.

  • Vp S.
    03/14/2019 20:26

    He is long old dead... Why pulling him here? Sort Indians current situation don't dig nehru now...

  • Renu A.
    03/14/2019 20:27


  • Tarun S.
    03/14/2019 20:30

    Let me attempt to summarize authentic contents which include recent research papers and Sashi tharoors' book essence or extract, "Nehru — The Invention of India," 1) There were two vague offers - one by the US in 1950 and one by the Soviet Union in 1955. The US “offer” came around the time when Mao took China as a communist republic. The Soviet Union “offer” came around the time of Nehru’s landmark visit to USSR that built the Indo-USSR friendship. 2) Both the cases were about India getting the UNSC seat in place of China whose seat was given to a renegade ROC government. In both cases, the superpowers feared China for their own reasons. 3) Both the vague offers were fairly kneejerk affairs. The first by fear and second from euphoria. They were never followed through. 4) Nehru still wanted the UNSC seat, just not at the cost of China’s seat.

  • Tarun S.
    03/14/2019 20:31

    Since the US and USSR didn’t simultaneously offer anything, India had no chance of getting through. Had India shook US hands in 1950, the Soviets would have vetoed and had India shook USSR hands in 1955, US would have vetoed. The bigger powers were interested in their own games and would not have let India into the club without being sure that it will side them in conflict. There was no way India could have sided both US and USSR.

  • Noman M.
    03/14/2019 20:34

    BJP always spreads lies.

  • Tarun S.
    03/14/2019 20:35

    While there was near zero chance for getting through even if Nehru had said yes to the initial proposal, there were plenty of risks: 1)Offend China and bring the eventual 1962 war a lot sooner. 2)Destroy India’s reputation as a nation with a principled foreign policy. 3)Lose independence in foreign policy and become a pawn of one of the superpowers. Thus, there was no upside [no chance of getting the UNSC], but plenty of downsides by merely accepting the initial proposal. In short, Nehru received vague proposals, but immediately realized that these were not real offers but traps to get India into a bigger game.