I’m no scientist. From my limited understanding of what you’re saying: 1) the indian research is real, not fake. The facts are not in question, just their interpretation of the data is disputed. Correct? 2) the sequences in question are not novel enough to warrant a special HIV resemblance. They are common to coronaviruses. 3) a smoking gun would be someone being diagnosed with HIV after catching ncova. But currently arriving passengers are not being screened for HIV, are they?