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I had predicted London blasts: Astrologer

By Onkar Singh in New Delhi
July 09, 2005 17:39 IST
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Lachman Das Madan, Delhi based astrologer who predicted that Sonia Gandhi would quit politics by December 2004, on Saturday claimed that he had forewarned about the terrorist attacks on London in four consecutive issues of his magazine Babaji.

He distributed typed pages of what he claimed to be part of the contents of his predictions. "I had in four recent issues of Babaji written about the possible terrorist attacks on the British capital London. I had said that these attacks could paralyse the transport system of London and both tube stations as well as surface transport would be hit," he told on Friday.

He claimed that in the next two months, the United States would attack Iran.

He also predicted major violence in almost a hundred countries around the world. In fact there was not one country that he did not mention directly or indirectly. "From July to February next year, the time is bad," he said.

"India would also witness lot of violence and the present government could be replaced by one led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee," he said.

When asked what happened to his prediction that the Manmohan Singh government would fall by September 2004, he said, "That could be because I did not have his exact time and date of birth. I believe that Vajpayee would once again become prime minister of India even if he is not keeping good health.

"Advani would never be the prime minister of our country. He has to give up the Hindutva card if he wants his party to do well," he added.

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Onkar Singh in New Delhi