India: I became the First PM of India

India made many bad decisions in the early years of Independence. Getting soft on Pakistan, going to UN for Kashmir, adopting Licence Raj, Indo-China war, rejecting UN seat, etc. So what if, instead of Nehru-led Congress, a party under a reincarnator, came in power? How would the course of history change? Read to find out. To support me, UPI me at: fanficworld0707@ibl

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Yet Another Lok Sabha Session: Part 2

"So, did you not learn anything from history? Why did you not kill all those Pakistani? What assures you that they wouldn't come to bite like Ghazni and Khilji?"

"As I have already explained, this was the fastest way to get those terrorists out from the deep corners of the country. And we can't lie, because we have to keep our credibility. And we did and do kill terrorists after that deadline. Punjab has become green zone, Jammu and Kashmir has recently come out from red, and is now orange. Balochistan is orange. UP is green. Hyderabad is green. Only a few places are orange, and just Nagaland is red.

If we didn't do what we did, most of the places would have been red zones. And the longer we take to deal with terrorists and separatists, the longer the people there will suffer.

The separatists from Nagaland, who cosplay themselves as freedom fighters are running drug syndicate with the help of Church. The same with hills of Manipur.

The bad people are few. Most of the the people of Nagaland and Manipur hills are innocent and peaceful. But, the people who are bad, often proclaiming themselves as leaders of their tribes and forcing their opinion to be the whole voice of the tribe, are willing to go to any length possible, even making their tribes addicted, monopolising the drugs, and even punishing those who don't do as they please.

If we didn't do what we did, it would have taken decades to deal with them. The terrorists that were shipped away don't deserve to live too, I admit. But we focussed more on saving the lives of our people than killing terrorists.

And, if they do try something funny here, they will have to pay severely. What they do in UK is of no concern to us. They are British citizens, not Indian.

Does this answer your question?"


"Then, can we move onto the next question, Speaker ji? Everything covered in our history books are facts, and we won't shy away from telling the brutal truths. The subject is HISTORY, not PROPAGANDA. If someone finds that any fact, isn't actually fact, we welcome you to take it to the Education Department. The books aren't constant. They will be revised.

They call Indus Valley Civilisation to be 3000-5000 years old right now. As we find more things, it may go upto 10000 or more years old. Maybe we will find more civilisations like Indus Valley, probably even older than it. Books are meant to be constantly updated."

Speaker nodded, and Satyankar started answering the next question.

"From the spring, Rajya Sabha will start its operations, and the first job will be to vote for the president. BJS has some candidates in mind, and we will be deciding on our candidate soon. It will be done by the end of this month."

Speaker said, "Now onto the next question, it is about UN. In your reports, you have mentioned that the US President invited India to the UN. And your reply was,"UN will have to formally invite India as a permanent member of UNSC through a resolution agreed by all members of UNSC. We will be happy to accept that invitation.". The question was raised by the leader of opposition, Jawaharlal Nehru. So, please continue your question."

Nehru stood up, and said, "Doesn't that statement come off as arrogant? We should have applied for membership on our own."

Kiran Devi, the foreign minister, stood up and said, "That wasn't arrogant at all. We applied for it last time, and they didn't accept us. Applying again will make India a pushover.

You have to remember that we have the upper-hand here. Both India and China, which constitute to about one-third of the world's population aren't in the organisation. It makes UN not a world organisation, but a European organisation. They need us to legitimise themselves. We don't need them to have any sort of power over us."

"If we go this way, nobody will like India on the international stage. We should make concessions. We will be seen as a country actively trying to not fit in the world stage."

"If a friend group doesn't respect you, will you try to fit in that group?"

"...You can't treat this issue like a group of real people-"

"Actually, we can. Right now, the international politics isn't that mature. It is mostly divided into two groups. One is a friend of USA, and one is a friend of USSR.

We are trying to be friends of both groups. But, as a result of our neutrality, we are seen as not very reliable in the Cold War, which we actually aren't. We want to be reliable in Warm Peace, not Cold War.

And, we aren't an insignificant country. You have to know that the whole world knows that whoever has the full support of India will ultimately rule the world. And that's why, we can be independently and neutral because of our importance.

But it seems that you don't know the significance of India. And you don't respect it. There is something called self-respect. If a group rejected you once, you don't try to enter it yourself again."


Satyankar stood up, and said,"We can assure everyone that unless we aren't on the same level, we aren't joining any organisation. And, there is something that we need to ponder about right now.

The problem about international media. Joining UN also means allowing international media in. And that means allowing foreign propaganda in.

All the countries in permanent seat have the power to regulate information in their countries to overcome this UN rule.

In India, unless its about threats, separatism and terrorism, media is free. And we intend to keep it that way. But, we also have to keep foreign interference away.

That's why, we intend to pass a Foreign Interference Bill to have control over what foreign media does in our country."

*Author's Note*

Is anyone here from Nagaland or Manipur?

As we know, North-eastern India has a drug problem. Which must be even worse 70 years ago.

The separatists from Nagaland who signed ceasefire have been enjoying easy life being drug lords according to my information. (Soch by Mohak Mangal)

Is it safe to assume that most of the tribal chiefs had control over the drugs during 50s?

And, does anybody know of any atrocities by the separatists?