Two new books on India's state terrorism

New Delhi: A Delhi publisher, Pharos Media, has just brought out two new books which expose state terrorism. Both books have been simultaneously published in both Hindi and Urdu. The first book is Operation Akshardham. Authored by the well-known Hindi journalists and human rights activists Rajeev Yadav and Shahnawaz Alam, this 236-page book is a researched and documented book written after visiting all relevant places, procuring the relevant documents and meeting people concerned with the event in places like Gujarat and Kashmir. The book exposes the fiction of Akshardham and shows how Gujarat police employed torture and fabrication of documents and evidence to implicate innocents who all were later acquitted by the Supreme Court.

Two new books on India's State Terrorism, both in Hindi and Urdu
Two new books on India's State Terrorism, both in Hindi and Urdu

The other book is Qaidi No. 100 (Prisoner No. 100) by the well-known Kashmiri leader Anjum Zamrud Habib, who was implicated by the previous BJP government in a fake case. She spent five years in horrible conditions in Tihar Jail until she was acquitted by a court. This 205-page Urdu book is also published alongwith its Hindi translation.

Both books amply demonstrate how government agencies fabricate stories to suit their political masters and using lies and deceit throw innocents into jails for years in horrible conditions. Both books have been published by Pharos Media which has earlier published a number of myth-breaking books including Who Killed Karkare? which was translated into seven Indian languages. To order, please click here.

Both the books are available from:
Pharos Media & Publishing Pvt Ltd
D-84 Abul Fazal Enclave-I, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi 110025
Tel. (011) 26947483? 26942883 , 26952825, 09868656614

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