The Supreme Court of India has struck down the mysterious person theory in the Assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. Making the submissions, the amicus curiae said that Gandhi was killed by Nathuram Godse and the mystery person theory is not correct. He further stated that the four bullet theory put forth by the petitioner is also not correct. The allegation that a foreign agency was behind the murder of Gandhi is also not right and it is baseless, he said. He also said that the foreign agency theory is not substantiated by any evidence, the amicus curiae Amrendra Sharan told the Supreme Court. The Bench is hearing a petition filed by Pankaj Phadnis, the founder of 'Abhinav Bharat', who questioned the three-bullet theory in the father of the nation's assassination. Phadnis approached the SC after his plea was rejected by the Bombay high court. Watch this video to find out more.