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Gujarat 2002: The Turning Point of Indian History: India Lose Freedom

Aziz Burney (Author)
Synopsis The book ‘Indian Lose Freedom’ is a bitter truth, a mirror, a document. In the infamous period in the history of the ‘golden bird’ through which the country is passing today, conditions have come to such a pass because of the two nation theory and Newton’s law, that every action has an equal and opposite reaction so much so that protection and preservation of national unity and integrity, communal brotherhood and democracy has become a challenge. More than 99 per cent people of the country, irrespective of the fact whether they are Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs or Christians, want to preserve the unity, integrity and brotherhood of the country into the fire of communalism and again created condition like 1947 because of which the country was divided in 1947. It is matter of great pity and shame that these less than one percent communalist and disruptive elements, in spite of being very small in number are extremely powerful and influential. Thereafter, I have written about today’s black period, to record it for posterity so that they may have documents in the form of this book to preserve as a proof as to how the communal-minded rulers sponsored, aided and abetted during this period of their rule communal riots in which the blood of innocent Indian flowed on the streets, they were burnt alive, miner girls and women were gang-raped on the streets and cross-roads under the open sky in broad day light. Their bestiality, hatred and cruelty once again divided the people of this country on the basis of religion and communalism and laid the foundation of another partition. This book India Lose Freedom (Datan-e-Hind) contains all these historical facts.
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About the author

Aziz Burney

Born in Bulandshahar, U.P. in 1952 Aziz Burney has long been associated with Sahara India Parivar as the Joint Editor of its Urdu daily and weekly journals. He made his debut as a writer with the publication debut as a writer with the publication of “Dastan-e-Hind” a book about the Gujarat riots, which had simultaneously appeared in Urdu and Hindi. His other work “Chashmdeed Gawah” a political novel about Best Bakery case is also available in both these languages as well as in English under the title of “Eyewitness”. In addition to that Burney is a fiction writer and his story collections and novels such as Inteqam, Call Girl, Pritikirya, Jihad, Beauty Queen, Tohfa has been widely acclaimed by the critics as noteworthy publications.

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Title Gujarat 2002: The Turning Point of Indian History: India Lose Freedom
Author Aziz Burney
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173413630
length xxi+489p., 22cm.