Amritsar: Mrs Gandhi's last battle

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J. Cape, 1985 - History - 238 pages
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Describes the rise of Sikh extremists in India, recounts their confrontation with the Indian Army at the sacred Amritsar shrines, and explains how the incident led to Indira Gandhi's assassination

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Excellent portrayal of the true happenings in Punjab in those turbulent years of terrorism ! Extremists left no option with the Government, but this is also true that they were created by the Government itself.

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well written according to Hindu view. I know ppl will say Mark Tully was a white Guy. But white dosent mean impartial. I hope he writes same when Vatican is invaded and Thousands are butchered. children and women included. Shame on such a Government. And Shame on writers like them.

Contents

The Assassination of a Prime Minister
1
The Sikhs
15
The Grievances of the Sikhs
36
Copyright

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