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Rulers hid big secret in India during British Raj

British Prime Minister Clement Attlee, the head of the government's foreign intelligence service MI6 and the helpers of Buckingham Palace jointly conspired to cover the last scandal of the British Empire connected with the t…

British Prime Minister Clement Attlee, the head of the government's foreign intelligence service MI6 and the helpers of Buckingham Palace jointly conspired to cover the last scandal of the British Empire connected with the theft of charity funds by one of its governors deployed in India. The National Archives of Britain revealed that between 1 940 and 1946, Sir Arthur Hope, deployed as governor of the Madras Presidency, was tasked with donating to the Indian Red Cross.

According to a news of The Times, in the year 1944, the British establishment got to know about their growing debt. It was learned that he also misused the funds for charity. It is said that Hope was fond of horse racing, and due to this, the debt increased on him so that he started abusing the fund.


It is believed that at that time, he embezzled 40,000 pounds of funds to repay his debt. According to archives documents, when at that time Lord Vavell of Viceroy of India came to know that some creditors of Hope in India wanted their money back, then they decided that the Governor should quietly be removed from the post. At that time, Hope's health was built for this. When India got independence in 1947, the then British Prime Minister Atlee did the UK taxpayers.

When India got independence in 1947, then British Prime Minister Atlee approved the grant of the donation to the Indian Red Cross by using UK taxpayers' money in a manner that people never know about it.

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