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A truth to what Gandhi was.
May 02, 2015 03:45 PM 1811 Views



Yes Gandhi ji is the father of our nation and yes he has done a lot for our country. But should we believe whatever he says to be true? The book is all about mocking Gandhi and ultimately making people realise that how terrible person he was. From the time he stopped Bhagat Singh’s releasing order to the time when he left his own wife to die in order to gain fame, is all mentioned in detail in the books.

True Jinnah was born to Hindu Parents and then he changed his religion to Islam, but he never hurt the sentiments of any religion possible. The book has a huge political base starting from the point where India was ruled by the Kings.

Then it comes to the part when Jinnah was born and then the coming of the East India Company. We all think that Jinnah was behind the partition and that is true but he wanted this to happen with peace. Although the book clearly explains as to how Gandhi ji sat on an Anshan and said that if this happens he would give his life.

Simply the man who said hated the British was the one who signed a secret treaty with them for the destruction of the Muslim Land or the so coined term “Pakistan.” The book also covers varies portions of the Kashmir Issue as to how India signed a treaty with the foreign land promising half to them in the king’s rule and then killed the king and took the whole land to themselves, disrespecting  the treaty.

Inshort the book has covered numerous issues that the Indian population is not aware about. The book is just an amazing eye opener.

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