With his deep insight into the fundamental issues involved, Jagmohan lays bare the roots that lie embedded in the ‘soft’ and ‘permissive’ attitude of the Indian State, in the habit of nursing illusions instead of facing stark realities, in the politics of deception and duplicity, in administrative infirmities and public corruption, in disintegrative constitutional relationship, and in the overall dynamics of negative forces. The brutal face of terrorism and pattern of subversion is sketched vividly.
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.
Features: Size 6.5x9.5in