India, Towards Anarchy, 1967-1992

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Abhinav Publications, Jan 1, 1993 - India - 201 pages
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In The Preface To His Book On Terrorism (1985), The Author Says: There Is Every Likelihood Of Terrorism, Violence And Chaos Growing In Volume. Two Years Later, In 1987, In The Preface To His Next Book, Law And Order In India, He Made Another Pertinent Observation: The Public Has Got So Much Accustomed To Lawlessness That It Believes That India Can Never Again Become A Healthy And Law-Abiding Society. Fortunately For The Country This Is Not A Fact. In The Present Volume, He Discusses A Wide Range Of Subjects, Including Criminalisation Of Politics, Corruption In The Judicial System, Failure Of The Bureaucracy, And The Weakening Of The Police Machinery, To Highlight The Fact That Narrow Political Considerations Of All Political Parties Are Leading The Country To Anarchy And Chaos. Though The Situation Is Pretty Bad, He Is Hopeful That The Electorate Will Teach A Lesson To The Present Leaders As It Did To Their Predecessors. Saksena S 40 Years Field Experience, Combined With Study And Research, Has Gone Into The Book S Making.
 

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Contents

1 Title of the Book
1
2 Decay of the System
13
3 Legislative Majority by Misuse of Police Power
20
4 Fine Art of Blaming the People
27
5 Win Electionsby Fair Means or Foul
33
6 Leaders of Vote Banks Above the Law
47
7 Terrorism in IndiaA Creation of the Governments Neglect and Apathy
54
8 Subhas Ghising and Gorkhaland
66
16 Behaviour of State Governments
118
17 VVIP Security and Politicians
124
18 How Power Hungry Politicians Encouraged Secessionist Elements in Kashmir
133
19 Making Scapegoats of Governors in Punjab Assam Kashmir and Tamil Nadu
144
20 Pakistan and Insurgencies in India
149
21 How Terrorists Got a Base in Uttar Pradesh
155
22 Ayodhya Tragedy in October November 1990
160
23 Morale of State Police Forces
164

9Naxalite Menace in Andhra Pradesh
72
10 Illicit Drugs and Illicit Firearms
80
11 Billions in Illicit Liquor Trade
87
12 Crime as a Business
93
13 Failure of Bureaucracy and our AntiExpert Culture
96
14 Beating of Goondas and False Encounters
103
15 Staggering Costs of Internal Security
108
24 The IPS of the Future
172
25 Inquiries Against Public Men
176
APPENDIX
180
Place Index
186
Name Index
190
Date index
193
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