Month: September 2020

Book review : Madhuleena by Dr Govind Sharma

Though Dr. Govind Sharma (IAS Retd) is not as famous and well known in India like Chetan Bhagat, his books are discussing issues which most indian writers do not discuss, yet greatly affect the life of indian citizens. Personally his earlier book, the Break-up Clinic has made a very great difference in the life of the domain investor, who was cheated, and is exploited by almost everyone she trusted
Madhuleena is one of few books in India which discusses honey trapping, which is extremely widespread in India, though the mainstream media and most indian authors refuse to discuss it. Beautiful women are aware of their power over men, especially wealthy and powerful men, honey trapping them. The Indian government mainly focusses on bribes in cash and gift bribes are considered corruption, yet when powerful men break the law, TELL LIES, MAKE FAKE CLAIMS or abuse their powers to keep the beautiful woman who has seduced him happy, the indian and state governments remain in denial.

The Indian and state government refuse to acknowledge that otherwise respectable men will break the law and tell lies if they honey trapped and the person exposing how top NTRO/raw/cbi employees are HONEYTRAPPED to make fake claims faces a lot of harassment, is falsely labelled a security threat. The Indian and state government falsely claims that the relationship between the powerful ntro/raw/cbi employee and beautiful woman is only professional, when it is a 100% personal relationship. the cunning indian tech and internet companies have become experts in honey trapping powerful ntro, raw employees who then abuse their powers. The politicians will also harass citizens who expose honey trapping.

Like some of the earlier books written by the author, this book is also based in the small town of Rajapur, and features the orphan Aakash, who is now working in a bank, Padmja bank as a clerk. Akash is wrongly framed for a bank robbery he did not commit, and fails to understand the motivation. While hiding from the police he is also subjected to a murder attempt. He faints while running away, meets the beautiful young Madhuleena Shah who helps him. He is completely infatuated with her and cancels his escape plans hoping to spend time with her

The police are also handling a blackmail complaint from a prominent doctor in rajapur,doctor Chawla who is lured by a beautiful woman Sonali. She then files a complaint against him of sexual misconduct and gets him jailed. The beautiful woman then takes Rs one crore promising to withdraw the complaint, yet disappears forcing the doctor to file another complaint with the police. The police suspect that someone is running a honey trapping racket in Rajapur, luring rich and powerful men

Aakash then finds out the Madhuleena is the girlfriend of a rich businessman Seth Basant Moondhra and is running his business in Rajapur. He approaches his friend Basheshar Baba,a sadhu ,for help to escape from his problems and getting the bank robbery solved. How the mystery of the bank robbery and blackmail are linked forms the rest of this interesting story.

The book offers an interesting glimpse of how the police work in India, how they run a background check on anyone who is filing a complaint with them and collect information. It also shows the power and influence of the sadhus in some areas of india, though they do not have much money, they are well connected, and can help people who are facing problems, provide information from their sources.

Highly recommended for anyone in the indian tech and internet sector, since some of the largest indian tech and internet companies are using beautiful women for honeytrapping top officials and getting the beautiful women like robber riddhi nayak caro, sindhi scammer school dropout naina chandan, nayanshree hathwar, goan bhandari sunaina chodan, siddhi mandrekar, asmita patel, ruchika kinge raw/cbi jobs with fake resume, fake work and fake bank account at the expense of hardworking, meritorious citizens like the domain investor, a private citizen, single woman engineer, legally owning the website.

This book is very well written, easy to read and exposes how powerful and wealthy men in India are easily lured and trapped by beautiful women, who then blackmail them for the rest of their life, until someone helps them.

Madhuleena, a novel
Author: Dr Govind Sharma, IAS (Retd.)
Publisher: Notion Press, 2020
Pages: 143