Lancer Online Military Bookshop IDR logo My Account  Cart Contents  Checkout  
  Top » Catalog » Military » IDR Home  |  My Account  |  Cart Contents  |  Checkout   
Categories
Military (596)
Geopolitics (363)
Terrorism (167)
IDR Subscriptions (47)
General (139)
Books in Hindi (30)
New Books
Goto...
What's New? more
Indian Defence Review Oct-Dec 2016 (Vol 31.4)
Indian Defence Review Oct-Dec 2016 (Vol 31.4)
Rs.350.00/-
 $25.00
 
Quick Find
 
Use Author name or Book Title to find the Book you are looking for.
Advanced Search
Information
Shipping & Returns
Privacy Notice
Contact Us
My Years in a Pakistani Prison: The Untold Story of Kishorilal alias Amarik Singh alias Saleem, an Indian Spy in Pakistan Rs.895.00/-

$29.00

“Through this book, the author has tried to show his bitterness towards government agencies that don’t come forward to help people like him whom have served the nation by risking their lives.”
The Pioneer

“To a prisoner like me and others, death seems to be the deliverance. They torture you in every manner and at that stage you would like to die — but they won't let you. But if you escape death and are sent back to your country, you die a slow death as nobody comes forward to own you. And others are not as lucky as me, as most spies are not educated and they cannot survive if the government and intelligence agencies do not come to their help; and they never do help because of the selfishness and unprofessional approach of the concerns of corrupt officers of their agencies. Terrorist organizations are better than intelligence agencies: at least they accept the identities of their people and take care of the families of their members in the case of death, besides compensating them handsomely with money and moral support.”

He was called for his service to the motherland. He reciprocated immediately. Giving up all familial relationships, he partook in a rigorous training programme that was a true test of his heart, body, mind and soul. Fighting off his cowardly hopes of quitting the organization so as to avoid the ordeal, he was finally made battle ready.

Slipped into enemy territory, his espionage attempts met with complete success. However luck soon turned against him, as during his third mission he was seized by the enemy camp and imprisoned. He was subjected to absolute third degree torture and only miraculously, and albeit divinely, escaped the contours of death on more that one occasion.

But he continued to strive towards seeing his own country once again. He looked forward to coming back home. And one day, God gave him that chance. He returned to the border once again, so that he could be united with his fellow countrymen.

Was the welcome given to him befitting that of a hero? Or even if not a hero's welcome, certainly he needn't have been treated like a blackguard, a traitor!

Who was he after all a Spy, or a Soldier?

eBook Edition also available

     Kindle           Apple           Google Play     

Author: Kishorilal Sharma
ISBN: 9780979617447
Pages: 260
Features: HB
Current Reviews: 6
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 14 December, 2007.
Reviews
Customers who bought this product also purchased
From Fatigues to Civvies: Memoirs of a Paratrooper
From Fatigues to Civvies: Memoirs of a Paratrooper
Black Thunder: Dark Nights of Terrorism in Punjab
Black Thunder: Dark Nights of Terrorism in Punjab
Himalayan Blunder : The curtain-raiser to the Sino-Indian War of 1962
Himalayan Blunder : The curtain-raiser to the Sino-Indian War of 1962
The Battles That Shaped Indian History
The Battles That Shaped Indian History
Operation Triple X: An Indian Spy-Run in Pakistan
Operation Triple X: An Indian Spy-Run in Pakistan
The India-Pakistan Air War of 1965
The India-Pakistan Air War of 1965
Account Login
E-Mail address:
Password: (forgotten?)
New User Signup
Shopping Cart more
0 items
Notifications more
NotificationsNotify me of updates to My Years in a Pakistani Prison: The Untold Story of Kishorilal alias Amarik Singh alias Saleem, an Indian Spy in Pakistan
Reviews more
My Years in a Pakistani Prison: The Untold Story of Kishorilal alias Amarik Singh alias Saleem, an Indian Spy in Pakistan
Gripping story , feel bad for what Kishorilal has gone throu ..
5 of 5 Stars!

Copyright © 2017 Lancer Publishers Online Bookshop

Indian Defence Review