Sri Padmanabha’s wealth : Indo – Italy Agreements and Ananda Bose’s intervention

via R Sajan published on July 6, 2011

Dr C V Ananda Bose, Vice Chancellor of National Museum speaks of bringing in French experts to study the Padmanabha treasure. I do not think that the whole truth is being revealed here. Are they really French, or others based in Paris?

Within months of UPA1’s swearing-in in 2004, the Italian President visited India with a troupe of 400 businessmen. A number of treaties were signed for Italians to do business in India. Though Italy has nothing to do with space exploration, a Space Collaboration pact was signed to enable Italian companies to enjoy all the Chandrayaan contracts. The Chandrayaan subsequently failed due to technical flaws and led many to think that the idea had been all along to merely spend the money.

Curiouser still, an MoU on cooperation for the conservation of paintings of the Ajanta and Ellora caves was signed by I&B Minister S. Jaipal Reddy and the Italian Minister for Culture. The MOU also stated that antiques and heritage sites in India would hereafter, be conserved with Italian know-how for which antiques could also be taken out of India for detailed study.
Judge all these against Subramanian Swamy’s repeated allegations about the Sonia family’s Antique shop in Italy and that they used the LTTE to smuggle stolen temple antiques to Italy.

Is it not likely that in the long run, and after a cooling time, the Padmanabha treasures might also leave India ‘for detailed study’? With the high level security proposed at the Temple, as in our airports etc, this could be done without the public’s know.

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