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Dark 7 White: Before Diving Into CM Yudi’s Murder, Here Are 10 Real Life Politicians Who Were Also Assassinated

Tanvi Dhote

November 14, 2020

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Dark 7 White is an upcoming whodunnit web series that you need to watch out for. This murder mystery revolves around the murder of a CM, and his closest people are now the suspects.

Dark 7 White is the latest ZEE5 Original to soon premiere on the OTT platform. This upcoming murder mystery series revolves around the murder of a CM, and his closest people are now the suspects. The Dark 7 White’s trailer explained briefly why this incident was “not an accident but an assassination”. Since we are soon going to find more details about this political whodunit, here are 10 real-life politicians that were assassinated.

1. Mahatma Gandhi

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Mahatma Gandhi was and is one of the most famous political personalities in the country. So much so, that he is also printed on our notes. But unfortunately, The Father of the Nation was assassinated on January 30, 1948. He was assassinated by Nathuram Godse, who fired three bullets at his chest.

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2. Krishna Desai

Krishna Desai was another Indian politician who was assassinated. He was known to be a Communist leader who represented the working class in Mumbai. He was stabbed to death on June 5, 1970.

3. Indira Gandhi

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Indira Gandhi, the ex-Prime Minister of our country was also assassinated. The Indian National Congress member was the daughter ex-Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. She was assassinated on October 31, 1984 by her bodyguards outside her house.

4. Lalit Maken

Lalit Maken was also a leader from the Indian National Congress. He was also a leader of the labour union. Lalit Maken was gunned down by three assailants outside his house in Delhi. The incident took place when Lalit, his wife Gayatri were walking towards their car. While Lalit Maken died on spot, his wife was still alive but soon died on the way to the hospital.

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5. Rajiv Gandhi

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Just like his mother, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi was also assassinated. He was the 6th Prime Minister of India and became the Prime Minister of our country soon after his mother’s death. His political career was full of scandals, but his issues with LTTE led to a mass assassination by a suicide bomber.

6. Abdul Ghani Lone

Abdul Ghani Lone was a Kashmiri politician and lawyer. He murdered on May 21, 2002. According to several eyewitnesses, the Kashmiri politician was killed by two men from a group of youth shouting pro-Pakistani slogans in Idgah.

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7. Phoolan Devi

Phoolan Devi was popularly known as the Bandit Queen. She was a famous female activist who made headlines as the only female member in a gang of bandits. She was shot dead outside her bungalow in Delhi by her formal rival bandits.

8. Pramod Mahajan

Pramod Mahajan was a notable BJP leader. Although he did not belong to any political family, he was an influential leader in his home state. In 2006, his brother Pravin Mahajan shot him due to a family dispute. Pramod Mahajan succumbed to his injuries 13 days later and his brother faced life imprisonment for this crime.

9. T.P. Chandrasekharan

T.P. Chandrasekharan was the founder of the RMP. He soon formed a breakaway party, the Communist Party of India. He was hacked to death by four assailants in 2012. His death made national headlines and made him famous posthumously.

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10. Dilip Sarkar

Dilip Sarkar was an Indian politician from West Bengal. He was the MLA Barabani. Unfortunately, on June 9 2013, he was shot dead. At the time of his death, he was 64 years old.

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