Subject: Jinnah : Secular and Nationalist? (Is LK Advani Right or Wrong) A must read book
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"Secular and Nationalist Jinnah"

Generally Mohd. Ali Jinnah is depicted as the devil in the history of the freedom Struggle. He is dubbed as a die-hard communalist, a muslim fanatic, a separist, an egoist, arrogant, an ally of the British imperrialists, an opponent of the freedom
movement, an enemy of the Congress and particularly of its leaders like Gandhiji, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru and Sardar Patel.

Both Indian and Pakistani historians suppressed the facts about Jinnah, his life, politics and policies.

·        What was responsible for this change?
·        British Imperialists or the Congress leaders?
·        His own ambition or humiliation?
·        Or is that he became the victim of the circumstances?
·        Why a patriot, a nationalist, a secularist and an advocate of 
         Hindu-Muslim unity became a champion of a separate state?

·        Did he really want Pakistan or was it merely a bargaining counter? 
·        Was he happy in the land of his creation?
Secular and Nationalist Jinnah questions many of the myths that have grown around Jinnah’s role in the freedom movement and highlights several factors that have deliberately been suppressed by Indian as well as Pakistani politicians & writers.
This is yet another book by an Indian who impartially assesses Jinnah’s achievement, partly flawed but phenomenal.
Chiranjib Haldar, The Hindu
The book refreshes the reader with quite a few enjoyable anecdotes about the man who had much to the lighter side of life and joked and poked at things even in moments of solving the knotty problems.
R.L. Pathak, National Hearld
ISBN 81-86950-16-32 (HB)  Pages 336      Price in India Rs. 400.00   (Overseas  US$ 30.00)
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