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Is India Really Under The Lease For 99 Years?

The investigation into the claims of India being on lease for 99 years, the reality related to this may hurt many people

Article 147 of the Indian Penal Code says that even today England can capture India. It says that Supreme Court judges will have to obey the British court. We are still under the control of the British Parliament and the British Supreme Court.


So yeah it’s true, but waits Article 147 of the Indian Penal Code, is about punishment for Rioting. According to which the police has the authority to arrest a person without a warrant whoever is guilty of rioting and shall be punished for two years, or with fine, or with both. So where the hack this Britain and all came.


Secondly, it says that the Supreme Court judge has to obey the British court. Yeah, it’s true but partially. There are times when some cases are unique and no judgments were ever made by any Indian court on such cases. So to take a reference of the judgment given by the British court. It’s a reference not obey.
And that too because some features of the Indian constitution was borrowed from British Constitution.


Also, the judiciary system of British is way too older as well as experienced than ours that’s why references are taken, not obeying. Just like when Pakistan faces such a situation, they use Indian judgment as a reference.
Now another most commonly given “proof” by the people supporting 99 years lease to India is that Britain government can anytime simply pass a proposal to get back the freedom stripped of by India. Now, this is true, yeah England government can pass such a proposal.


Because when India became free, the British government passed the Indian Independence Law which was signed by the royal family of Britain on 18 July 1947.
But, do you think it’s possible to again recapture India? Well. If you do then, I feel sorry to break your belief.

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Remember the 1971 India Pakistan war after which Bangladesh was formed, at that time Britain tried to help Pakistan by sending its navy but Russia became the boundary while India was fighting for humanity on land. If India was really under the control of Britain, maybe Bangladesh would have never formed.


Secondly, Britain and America never wanted India to become a Nuclear Power. They tried everything to prevent India from becoming a nuclear power but still, India fought and became a nuclear state. (For people saying what the use of Nuclear Power is when people are dying in hunger within the country, will answer you soon).


And yeah how can we forgot this point, that Queen of Britain, Queen Elizabeth doesn’t need a passport when she visits India cause we are still a slave of Britain. But again as expected, this too is false. Queen of Britain herself issues the passport as a guarantee of her citizens. How she can issue a passport for herself.

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She doesn’t need a passport to visit any country not only India, she is a passport. Similarly, the President of our country doesn’t need a passport to visit other countries.


So stop believing in such things, India is independent and no one- I repeat no one has dared to mess with it.


Stop believing on such silly things which doesn’t make any sense, similarly many Indian says that Indian National Anthem is to praise Britishers, we will make a separate post to smash reality on the face of such rumors.

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Kushagra Pathak
Author of Worldly Voice

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