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On this day in history, June 19, 1981, India’s Ariane Passenger PayLoad Experiment (APPLE) satellite was launched from Centre Spatial Guyanais near Kourou in French Guiana.
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Is this a coincidence that 3 Indian scientists related to defence, research, spaces died in helicopter crash like Vikram Sarabhai and others?

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Anoop Moody Kajjer
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There is a big conspiracy theory behind some of the deaths of Indian scientists. On 10th January 1966 Lal Bahadur Shashtri died in Tashkent due to heart attack but no medical inquiry was conducted to ascertain the cause of his death. But his wife said that he was poisoned. Raising doubts about the dark blue spots and cut marks on the abdomen of his father's body after his death in 1966, Shashtri's son  Sunil asked how the cut marks appeared, if a post-mortem was not conducted.

Many theories float around regarding his death. At Tashkent Shashtri was meeting Pakistan General Ayub Khan to sign a peace treaty after the 1965 war and Shastri insisted on adding the assurance, "never again will weapons be used to sort out problems between India and Pakistan." Ayub finally wrote it at the very last moment. General Ayub's handwritten assurance is still preserved in the Indian archives. Shastri was a slight person but with a strong mind.

The PMO has agreed that there is a classified document regarding the investigation into his death but two RTI applications to declassify and make it public have been rejected with reasons like, exemption, International Relations might be hampered, Parliamentary privileges may be hampered, etc. Till today no one has come to any conclusion about the death of our ex PM Lal Bahudur Shashtri

If that happened on 10th January, then exactly 14 days later, on 24th January 1966 an Air India flight 101, a Boeing 707 plane, from Bombay to London crashed near Mont Blanc, in the alps. One of its passenger was Homi Jehangir Bhabha, who was on his way to Vienna to attend IAEA conference but was killed instead in the crash. Captain of the Air India Boeing 707, who was one of the airline's most experienced pilots, had told the control tower a few minutes earlier to report that his instruments were working fine and the aircraft was flying at 19,000ft (5,791 metres)- at least 3,000ft (514 metres) higher than the Mont Blanc summit. Shortly after, the plane crashed into the mountain.

Bhabha is generally acknowledged as the father of Indian nuclear power. Moreover, he is credited with formulating the country's strategy in the field of nuclear power to focus on extracting power from the country's vast thorium reserves rather than its meagre uranium reserves. This vision is very crucial for India to establish itself as a leading researcher in thorium based power generation. But his death set us back and we have turned to Uranium. There is a separate conspiracy about thorium which can be seen in this video below

Bhabha was a genius and he could have done wonders if he were alive. The most widely accepted theory behind his death is that it was done by CIA. Of course, the Scientists at that time knew they were being watched by angents from both USA and Russia. But the interview of a certian Robert Crowley from CIA puts light on how it was in their interest to get rid of Bhabha and Shashtri.

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The authenticity of such a document is not 100% as we are in the conspiracy world. but deaths of two most important people for India and that too in so close a proximity cannot just be a co-incidence.

Then of course is the Mysterious death of Dr. Vikram Sarabhai. Death came to Vikram Sarabhai in a quiet room of his favourite resort on Kovalam beach after he had witnessed firing of a Russian rocket and inaugurated Thumba railway station to retire for the night. He did not die in a plane crash. Here too there was no scientific enquiry into his death.

Amrita Shah, in her book Vikram Sarabhai - a life' mentions about murmurs of international foul plady'. Kamla Chaudhary, a close associate of Vikrambhai at IIM-A is quoted saying, "Vikram had told me that he was being watched by both Americans and Russians."

Truth about these events may never be known. But recently the research has been started again into thorium based reactors and most countries are developing them. Of course, India perhaps is the only country in the world with a detailed, funded, government-approved plan to focus on thorium-based nuclear power. But we are way behind, decades due to the death of these amazing visionaries.
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Homi Jehangir Bhabha was an Indian nuclear physicist, founding director, and professor of physics at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. Wikipedia
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