BOOKS OF THE WEEK - 26Th June 2015

1984 The Anti Sikh Violence And After
By - Sanjay Suri

About the Book
As a journalist with The Indian Express, Sanjay Suri experienced the horror of the 1984 anti-Sikh violence from close quarters. He was witness to a Congress MP demanding the release of partymen arrested for their involvement in the killings; he had a narrow escape from a politically instigated attack; and he confronted several leaders from the party with hard facts and questions, including Kamal Nath and Rajiv Gandhi. He appeared before the commissions of inquiry to give evidence, but much of what he saw and knew got diluted and reduced to legalese.

About the Author :
Sanjay Suri has been a London-based journalist since 1990. Born in Jalandhar, he has an MA in English Literature from Delhi University and an MSc in social and organizational psychology from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is also the author of Brideless in Wembley and Naked Rain and Other Poems.
  ISBN  : 9789351770701              Price : Rs. 499.00  



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