Thermo nuclear explosion
There was serious apprehension that the earth quake reported by Indians at Bhoj on 26th January 2001 at 8.46 am (Indian Standard Time), actually, was a thermo nuclear explosion conducted by India in the hilly area of BHOJ. Now, after 15 years, the symptoms in the area prove that trepidation was correct.
Gujarat earthquake, also known as Bhoj earthquake occurred on 26th January 2001, India’s 52nd Republic Day, at 08:46 am as per Indian Standard Time, and lasted for more than 2 minutes. The epicenter was about 9 km south-southwest of the village of Chobari in Bhachau Taluka of Kutch District of Gujarat, India. The earth-quake reached 7.7 on the moment magnitude scale and had a maximum felt intensity of X (Extreme) on the Mercalli intensity scale. This suspicious earthquake killed more than 13,023 and 20,000 people in both the areas, injured another 167,000 and destroyed nearly 400,000 houses.
That area, never before or after this earthquake has ever been epicenter of any other earthquake. Rather, this area has no history of being epicenter for the last 100 years.
After the earthquake at 8.46 am, the authorities announced that another earthquake is expected at 10.15 am. Which raises the suspicion, how the Indian government can make such a susceptible announcement, on a highly technical matter, because to date, no such equipment has been invented which could inform about the earthquakes at exact time in advance.
The Indian scientists making false statements, explained to the world that Gujarat lies 300–400 km from the plate boundary between the Indian Plate and the Eurasian Plate, governed by the effects of the continuing continental collision along this boundary and that the area was affected by rifting with a roughly west-east trend. During the collision with Eurasia the area has undergone shortening, involving both reactivation of the original rift faults and development of new low-angle thrust faults. The related folding has formed a series of ranges, particularly in central Kutch. The focal mechanism of most earthquakes is consistent with reverse faulting on reactivated rift faults. The 2001 Gujarat earthquake was caused by movement on a previously unknown south-dipping fault, trending parallel to the inferred rift structures.
Seven years, thereafter a strange disease was reported in Indian cities of Ahmedabad, Bhoj and adjoining areas that children between 7 and 8 years of age started dying without any known reason. Since then number of people have died out of unknown disease, it is still going on.
In fact it is the after effect of the Thermo-nuclear explosion. The un-reacted radioactive Hydrogen diffused through the soil and reached the surface causing sudden death to children exposed to it.
During the same period, the soil of the area also started getting barren and at certain areas it started desolate, splintering and sweltering, badly effecting the cultivation.
At the time of explosion, claiming an earthquake, the death toll in the Kutch region was 12,300. Bhoj, which was situated only 20 km away from the epicenter, was devastated with more than 20,000 people died. Considerable damage also occurred in Bhachau and Anjar with hundreds of villages flattened in Taluka of Anjar, Bhoj & Bhachau. Over a million structures were damaged or destroyed, including many historic buildings and tourist attractions. The quake destroyed around 40% of homes, schools, hospitals and several km of road in Bhoj and partly destroyed the city’s historic Swami-narayan temple and historic fort. Height of false fabrication was the Indian report initially announcing damage of three or four houses in Ahmedabad. After a couple of days the then prime Minister visited the Ahmedabad city, his shocked face expression and body language can easily be seen on the footage of that visit.
In Ahmedabad, Gujarat’s commercial capital with a population of 5.6 million at that time, as many as 50 multi-storied buildings collapsed and several hundred people were killed. Total property damage was estimated at $5.5 billion and rising. In Kutch, the earthquake destroyed about 60% of food and water supplies and around 258,000 houses, 90% of the district’s housing stock. The biggest setback was the total demolition of the Bhoj Civil hospital. The Indian military provided emergency support which was later augmented by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Society. A temporary Red Cross hospital remained in Bhoj to provide care while a replacement hospital was built.
Indian government kept this nuclear explosion, a top secret from the world, but now, when the ratio of deaths is increasing and the soil in the area is getting barren, people of the area raise questions, what and why it’s happening in this particular area and no where else in India. The answer is very clear, because of the thermo nuclear explosion.
It’s earnestly important for the world to notice this fact, investigate, probe, explore and examine the area, ask Indian government;
- How, without informing the nuclear club they made this explosion.
- How, without taking precautionary measures, Indian government took this drastic step which caused so many lives and still is the main cause of sudden deaths in the particular areas.
- How, a government can take such a big risk for their citizens, where is the Human Right Commission?
- Where are Washington and UN?
It clearly indicates that India is not capable to hold nuke related equipment and Indian scientists are not competent for these extremely sensitive experiments, their inefficiency can be havoc and destructive, not only for their country but also for the neighboring countries.
If, found guilty, India should be penalised as US is penalising North-Korea and others, with severe sanctions. It’s extremely important for regional safety.