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 In the interim government headed by Viceroy Lord Wavell in September 1946, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was the Vice-President and Member of Foreign Affairs (Minister), submitted a list of his fellow members to the Viceroy on behalf of the Congress.  Sardar was a member of the House (Minister).  Not only that, on 4 August 1947, Nehru submitted a list of ministers in the national government headed by Nehru to Viceroy Lord Mountbatten.  Vallabhbhai never tried to overthrow Nehru even though he was close to death in the first government of independent India, though he had more supporters or loyalists than Sardar Patel's loyal ministers.  He taught the devotees, "Stay by Nehru's side after my death."


 Mahatma Gandhi or Pandit Nehru are blamed for the partition of British India, but it is a documentary fact that the Sardar first accepted the partition "to save the nation from civil war".  The Sardar himself has questioned the circumstances under which it became inevitable to accept partition in the Constituent Assembly.  His unique ally V.P.  Mann has also noticed this.  Contrary to popular belief, the relationship between Pandit Nehru and Sardar Patel was one of cordial and mutually beneficial decision-making.  Udhama Machavaya.


Nehru is the right Prime Minister

 In a letter dated October 14, 1949, in which Sardar himself blessed Nehru with Vatsalyabhav, he refuted the 'misleading rumors spread by some selfish people'.  Manibahen, his daughter and secretary, who had been the shadow of the Sardar from 1928 to 1950, writes in the preface to Durgadas's Ten Texts that Vallabhbhai never aspired to be Prime Minister or such a high position.  However, those who are currently playing politics in the name of Sardar are trying to gain political advantage by using the rhetoric of giving justice to this great hero who was the Chairman of the Congress Parliamentary Board from 1935 to 1950 and has the most control over the party organization.  Sardar himself notes: 'Some selfish people have tried to spread misconceptions about us (Nehru-Patel) and some naive people even believe in it.  But in reality we have been working together like a lifelong cooperative and brother.  Occasionally we are changing ourselves by understanding each other's point of view.  We have been respecting each other's opinions just like two relatives do when they have a lot of trust in each other. '  Describing Jawahar as the country's first Prime Minister, Sardar Patel also noted that "I am entitled to bless him as he is older than me".


Seven non-Congressmen in government

 The names of the ministers that Pandit Nehru handed over to him after his talks with Mountbatten were not all those who fought against Congress or British rule.  Nehru wanted to make that government a national government in the true sense of the word, so the 14 ministers included in it were Dr. of the Hindu Mahasabha.  Apart from Shyamaprasad Mukherjee and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar of the Scheduled Castes Federation, there was also Shanmukh Chetty, who was loyal to the British government.  The list of cabinet members was something like: Jawaharlal, Vallabhbhai, Rajendra Prasad, Maulana Azad, John Mathai, Sardar Baldev Singh, Jagjivan Ram, Kunwarji Hormasji Bhabha (all of them were in the interim government) besides Rafi Ahmed Kidwai, Rajkumar.  , Chetty, Dr. Mukherjee and Narhari Gadgil were added.  Maulana and Kidwai were both Muslims, Amrutkaur and Mathai were two Christians and Ambedkar and Jagjivan Ram were two Dalits.  There were seven non-Congressmen, including Amrutkaur.  Sardar was openly opposed to making Maulana a minister.  Five of the 14 ministers, Rajendrababu, Jaggubabu, Bhabha, Mukherjee and Gadgil, were closer to the Sardar than Nehru.  Mathai, Baldev Singh, Amrutkaur, Ambedkar and Chetty were both at equal distances.  Azad and Kidwai were close to Nehru.  Despite Sardar Patel's greater influence in the cabinet and in the Congress as a whole, Vallabhbhai never even imagined removing Nehru from office.  Although Nehru was the caretaker Prime Minister four times during his long foreign tour, he did not think of giving a damn about his very popular ally Nehru.  On the contrary, when the Sardar felt that death was imminent, he called Gadgil the day before he left for Mumbai on his last journey from Delhi and said: 'I am not going to live anymore, but make a promise.'  When Gadgil said yes, the Sardar took his hand in his own and said, "No matter how much you disagree with Jawaharlal, don't leave him alone."



 Conspiracy to assassinate Sardar-Zina

 There were several assassination attempts on Mahatma Gandhi and finally on January 30, 1948, while attending a prayer meeting at Birla House, Nathuram Godse assassinated the Father of the Nation.  According to historians, besides Sardar Patel, Jawaharlal and Maulana Azad, conspiracies to assassinate the Father of the Nation of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Zina, were hatched by Hindu Mahasabhawalas and other Hindu activists.  In 'Lokmanya te Mahatma', Dr. Sadanand More notes that the killing or execution of Sardar Patel, Nehru and Maulana was called for in a public meeting by the leaders of the Hindu Mahasabha.  After joining the BJP from the Congress, senior journalist M.J.  In his book 'Nehru: The Making of India', published by Akbar in 2015, in August 1947, Master Tara Singh's Sikh group and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh together blew up a train carrying refugees to Pakistan with a bomb and killed the Governor General of Pakistan and the Father of the Nation.  .  Details of the arrests and investigations of some people have been given. (P. 419)

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