Amritsar: Mrs Gandhi's last battle

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J. Cape, 1985 - History - 238 pages
Describes the rise of Sikh extremists in India, recounts their confrontation with the Indian Army at the sacred Amritsar shrines, and explains how the incident led to Indira Gandhi's assassination

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In country like India,if somebody raise voice against bad politics,fight for their rights or injustice, they are always called Extremists. This is the reality which a common man cannot or dont want to accept because they never try to find out the truth which is always difficult but believe on google pages which might be wrong information 

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Excellent portrayal of the true happenings in Punjab in those turbulent years of terrorism ! Extremists left no option with the Government, but this is also true that they were created by the Government itself.

Contents

The Assassination of a Prime Minister
1
The Sikhs
15
The Grievances of the Sikhs
36
Copyright

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