My Frozen Turbulence In Kashmir

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Allied Publishers, May 10, 1991 - Jammu and Kashmir (India) - 978 pages
My Frozen Turbulence in Kashmir is a highly fascinating book which analyses, in the perspective of history, the tumultuous events of the author’s two terms of governorship of the most sensitive and strategic Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir. The very fact that the book has run into ten editions shows the impact it has created. A sheer glance at the contents of the book reveals the range of issues covered. In regard to all these issues, no assertion has been made which the author has not supported by concrete evidence. The author describes the confusion and contradictions of the Indian political scene and also subjects the webs of distortions, woven by superficial minds or vested interests, to a searching cat-scan. He forcefully argues that the critical challenge in Kashmir can be met only by a reformed and rejuvenated India, with a new vision and a practical insight into ground-level realities.

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Totally biased and full of lies. What else can u expect from the person who orchestrated massacres (e.g. GawKadal massacre)---one after another---on Kashmiris while serving as Governor of the state. Moreover, he facilitated the migration of Kashmiri Pandits with the intention of saving them from collateral damage in military actions against Kashmiri Muslims and also to defame the struggle as communal. 

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A fantastic book and sea of knowledge. An eye opener for those people who think that India has mistreated Kashmir. Must read for kashmiri muslims who say that kashmiri hindus left kashmir on their own accord or Mr. Jagmohan was responsible for their bad plight. On the contorary, Sh Jagmohan saved us Kashmiri Hindus from getting mercilessly killed at the hands of terrorists/extremists/zealots. Full marks to Sh Jagmohan ji....JAI HIND, VANDE MATRAM.... 

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About the author (1991)

Shri Jagmohan is a truly many-splendoured personality. He has been an outstanding civil servant, Parliamentarian, Union Minister and original thinker and writer. Throughout his long and illustrious years in public service, he has worked, with an unmatched passion, for creating a model of fair, just and effective governance by fair, just and effective means.

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