E to this book which has "provided a lot of information regarding this heinous act of fanaticsMr Rao has taken the task " a lot of information regarding this heinous act of fanaticsMr Rao has taken the task a chronicler seriously and has given a very detailed account of the whole dispute For a better understanding of the complex matter he has given a "chronological list of major vents starting from arly sixteenth century ie when Babri Masjid was built in Ayodhya "list of major vents starting from arly sixteenth century ie when Babri Masjid "was built in Ayodhya main account starts from the chilling and unfortunate night of 23 December 1949 when a group of "built in Ayodhya main account starts from the chilling and unfortunate night of 23 December 1949 when a group of had surreptitiously placed idol of Lord Ram in the premises of Mosue This single act set in motion a chain of vents that were to become most contentious in independent India This incident gave our country many riots a list is provided in the book though it may not be Seductive Surrender exhaustive stalled parliament for many years resulted in rise of many pro Hindu organizations threatening the secularnvironment BJP s tally of seats in parliament rose from 2 to 88 during late 80 s and has dented the image of our country internationallyThe book has provided many Government documents to clarify Rao s point of view Many court proceedings judgements as well as many official letters of importance have been published providing a rich literature to understand the issue Because my knowledge about Ram Janam Bhoomi Babri Masjid issue is limited I will refrain myself from concluding any point but will say that the book contains Seductive Surrender (Highland Heather Romancing a Scot, enough matter to make it a good read Mr Rao has done a commendable job till the point hexplains why did he not opt to impose President s rule in Uttar Pradesh when the atmosphere of the state had gone really tense We can not deny any political motive behind his own decision but have to give him credit that he appreciated actions of the state Government of UP under Mulayam Singh Yadav who was Chief Minister before Kalyan Singhunder whose regime Babri Masjid was demolishedIn any case we can not xpect much liberty to be given to a politician ven if he had been a Prime. The 1992 incident with the unsuccessful attack on the Babri Masjid by kar sevaks in 1990 Rao discloses in. Takes you through the turning point of india with sound xplanation of what actionsinaction "were choosen at critical juncture and why one of my personal favorites of all time A well " choosen at critical juncture and why one of my personal favorites of all time A well and carefully drafted book on one of the most important incidents in Indian history This book has been written about arguably one of the most controversial topics of Indian political history If that wasn t nough of an incentive it s been written by the person who was in the ye of the storm the prime minster PV Narsimha Rao Steeped with facts it made me uestion verything I thought I knew for a fact It s well written and covers almost all aspects of the dispute For the particularly interested I would recommend reading the final judgment passed by the Supreme Court of India in November 2019 on the issue The judgment and book when contrasted will bring to light the biases ingrained in our system The book presents the account of the author PVNarashimarao the Prime Minister of India at the time of demolition of the Babri Masjid The said account is supported by documentary The Deepest Sin evidence which forms annexures to the book However the book mainly is a justification of the actions or inactions of Mr Rao and fails you present a vivid picture of the circumstances then prevailing Nonetheless the book is anarnest attempt "to present unbiased facts and a must read for a reader keen to study the long troubled history of Ayodhya "present unbiased facts and a must read for a reader keen to study the long troubled history of Ayodhya finding that the book is authored by P V Narasimha Rao the Prime Minister of India when Ayodhya s debacle happened not many will take this book seriously And there are nough reasons to doubt the book s integrity An astute politician like PV Rao writing about the most horrifying incident of his tenure can never be trusted It asily could be passed thinking that the book is an ffort to save the face in public and ndorse the motive of one s political party So the first impression that comes is to avoid the book But thankfully I gave a chanc. This work records Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao's view of what really happened at Ayodhya why Comparing. .
read Ayodhya author P.V. Narasimha Rao.
Minister So considering that he acted under so many constraints and that he did not use the book to praise Gandhi family as is a wont of Congress politician I really felt glad to read the bookAbout the whole issue I would like to uote the counsel of UP who replied to Supreme Court in utter disbelief after the debacle that I was misled by the party and my head hangs in shame Indeed any proud citizen of India feels betrayed and his head hangs in shame A Prime Minister s "Last Statement On What "statement on what that fateful and the defence of his legacy Ex PM Rao writes about the dispute and the days leading up to the demolition of Babri masjid This is a must read for someone who wants to understand the dispute and the legacy of PV Narasimha Rao The book also contains detailed appendices dealing with ach point This book written by our x Prime Minister Shri P V Narasimha Rao does a great job of depicting the vents leading to the demolition of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya The fact that Shri Narasimha Rao ji wanted the book published after his death is commendable He has been accused on uite a few times of not keeping the law and order situation in check but instead of publishing the book while he was alive and trying to clear his name the fact that he chose to get the book published later adds to the fact that his actions were propelled most by the duties and responsibilities befitting a Prime Minister The book depicts the intricacies and complexities and the multitude of stakeholders involved in the
and the that apart from pure religious sentiments there were socialpolitical sentiments at play all along as well The issue always has been a complex one and thankfully today in 2019 we have a just solution One must read the book to understand the history of the issue the vents leading upto 6th Dec 1992 and the roles played by various stakeholders and to get a Prime Minister s account of one of the most defining vents of his Prime Ministershi. No uncertain terms how the issue of building a Ram mandir at Ayodhya was politicized for lectoral benefit. ,issue and the