The Biggest Secrets of India
The Biggest Secrets of India is that truth has been hidden from us and still remains concealed. For the past 50 years on global policy.
Whenever any big conspiracy is to be planted in a nation, its people are kept engaged in some or the other issues so as to divert the attention of the citizens. Even the social activists are misled by diverting their attention towards some or the other petty issue, the way they brought up issues like Tablighi Jamaat, India-China clash, Sushant Singh Rajput murder to suppress corona conspiracy. And in order to gain vote-bank by resurging nationalist sentiment, planning operations like Pulwama attack, Pathankot attack, surgical strike, etc.
Big earnings during the pandemic:
The combined wealth of the world’s 10 richest men rose by $540bn (£400bn) during the pandemic (between March 2020 to December 2020), according to Oxfam. India’s 100 billionaires have seen their fortunes increase by Rs 12,97,822 crores since March 2020, while 92 million jobs were lost in the informal sector. Reliance Industries chairperson Mukesh Ambani was making Rs 90 crore per hour during the coronavirus crisis when around 24% of the people in the country were earning under Rs 3,000 per month during the lockdown.
Have you ever wondered:- The Biggest Secrets
Truth has been hidden from us and still remains concealed. For the past 50 years, global policy of exploiting people and making them ill at large scale has been going on behind the scenes; some implications of this conspiracy being – chemical fertilizers, pesticides, allopathy, vaccines, water fluoridation, geoengineering (climate intervention), etc.
Terms and conditions of loan agreement:- The Biggest Secrets
At end-March 2020, India’s external debt was placed at US$ 558.5 billion, recording an increase of US$ 15.4 billion over its level at end-March 2019.
Before applying for loan, one needs to sign an agreement with a long list of terms and conditions, for example, Funds received under ECB cannot be used for: On-lending or investment in capital market or acquiring a company (or a part thereof) in India by a corporate, utilization in Real estate, working capital, or general corporate purpose and repayment of existing Rupee loans.
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