1989 General Elections in India
This Book, A Complete Record Of The 1989 General Elections, Covers Everything The Initial Announcement Of Elections To Poll Alliances, Ram Janamabhomi-Babri Masjid Issue, The Campaigns, The Polling Of Votes, Key Contests, The Installation Of The National Front Government With V.P. Singh As Prime Minister And Rajiv Gandhi As Leader Of The Largest Opposition Party (Congress I). Appendices Contain The National Parties Manifestoes. Condition Good.
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