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I Accuse- Merely just 176 pages, this book has the power to move its reader Having read Durbar and other books on Independent India, I had no high hopes from this book but I was happy to be proven wrong The book introduces us to a completely new perspective of 1984 rioting and genocide I have read enough to understand that they were planned by the ruling party then, but the way this portrays it, pretty good Youngsters these days should read these kind of books instead of looking up to the paid media f Merely just 176 pages, this book has the power to move its reader Having read Durbar and other books on Independent India, I had no high hopes from this book but I was happy to be proven wrong The book introduces us to a completely new perspective of 1984 rioting and genocide I have read enough to understand that they were planned by the ruling party then, but the way this portrays it, pretty good Youngsters these days should read these kind of books instead of looking up to the paid med The 1984 violence against Sikhs is a blot on India s face and indeed, the travesties faced by hundreds of Sikh families were shameful for our society That is why, when i started reading this book, expectations were high to learn some important facts, detailed information about culprits and analytical study of the genocide But rather i found painful stories of the victims and a very general rather a vague view of the whole incident.By the title I accuse and introduction that this phrase by a The 1984 violence against Sikhs is a blot on India s face and indeed, the travesties faced by hundreds of Sikh families were shameful for our society That is why, when i started reading this book, expectations were high to learn some important facts, detailed information about culprits and analytical study of the genocide But rather i found painful stories of the victims and a very general rather a vague view of the whole incident.By the title I accuse and introduction that this phrase by a French novelist, is considered as an iconic expression against injustice, I had hopes that author is going to discuss many relevant points important for a democracy Our basic foundation of Constitution was challenged in this incident and Government should be questioned for it As author is a journalist, the expectation was high for an introspective study of the gory incident Sadly, the book has missed a great opportunity and has rather provided us with a below tha Remember the journalist who threw a shoe at PC Chidambram at a press conference a few years ago That journalist, Jarnail Singh, is the author of this book He was just an 11 year old kid, a resident of Lajpat Nagar, when he witnessed the vicious violence against Sikhs in Delhi in the aftermath of Indira Gandhi s assassination Many books have been written on the incident and the long pending justice that is still awaited by its victims and survivorsthan 30 years later I have not read mos Remember the journalist who threw a shoe at PC Chidambram at a press conference a few years ago That journalist, Jarnail Singh, is the author of this book He was just an 11 year old kid, a resident of Lajpat Nagar, when he witnessed the vicious violence against Sikhs in Delhi in the aftermath of Indira Gandhi s assassination Many books have been written on the incident and the long pending justice that is still awaited by its victims and survivorsthan 30 years later I have not read most of those books, but there is something very emotional and personal about this one For Jarnail Singh, this is too close to heart The book has some editing issues, but those are minor and can be overlooked the larger sentiment is well delivered The narration of first perso This was a journal of heart wrenching events from a series of incidents that should have never happened in a secular country.These tales of state sponsored daylight murders are extremely disturbing and are often unbelievable However,I would have appreciated it,if it had A book that should have been written earlier than this Though I Accuse is not a perfect account of all the sides of the violence, it definitely tells you about the suppressed side in detail And since the book throws light on many such issues that have not been known to many, and even suppressed to great extents at the time it all happened, the book is a should read even with the disappointing editing and a bit too emotional author, that for a journalist.The book says a lot that the shoe co A book that should have been written earlier than this Though I Accuse is not a perfect account of all the sides of the violence, it definitely tells you about the suppressed side in detail And since the book throws light on many such issues that have not been known to many, and even suppresse because the truth needs to be told. The Unanswered Questions, The Justice Delayed, The Unbearable Memories The Three Days Of 1984 When Over 3000 Sikhs Were Slaughtered, Have Indelibly Marked The Lives Of Thousands Who Continue To Exist In A Twilight Of Bitterness And Despair It Was Outrage At This State Of Affairs That Led Jarnail Singh, An Unassuming, Law Abiding Journalist, To Throw His Shoe At Home Minister P Chidambaram During A Press Conference In New Delhi He Readily Acknowledges That This Was Not An Appropriate Means Of Protest, But Asks Why, Twenty Five Years After The Massacres, So Little Has Been Done To Address The Issues That Are Still Unresolved And Unanswered And A Source Of Anguish To The Whole Community Who Initiated The Pogrom And Why Why Did The State Apparatus Allow It To Happen Why, Despite The Many Commissions And Committees Set Up To Investigate The Events, Have The Perpetrators Not Been Brought To Book I Accuse Is A Powerful And Passionate Indictment Of The State S Response To The Killings Of 1984 It Explores The Chain Of Events, The Survivors Stories And The Continuing Shadow It Casts Over Their Lives Because, Finally, 1984 Was Not An Attack On The Sikh Community Alone It Was An Attack On The Idea At The Very Core Of Democracy That Every Citizen, Irrespective Of Faith And Community, Has A Right To Life, Liberty And Security. I just had little information of what had happened in 1984, sikhs will killed , no arrests were made , many died etc etc but didnot have even slightest idea of what victims had gone through at that time after that I had goosebumps literaly when i read the painful stories of incocent people who were killed to avenge the killing of our late prime munister and that perpetrators were and wil Jarnail Singh s researched account of the 1984 anti Sikh violence Gives narratives of various families that were adversely affected because of the massacre Factual, but a bit unstructured and incoherent. The book is truly an eye opener in terms of the accounts of individuals who went through the horrendous atrocities committed in collusion with the state Jarnail Singh s frustration and pent up anger at the injustice meted out to the community as a whole come out starkly in every page of the book.However in terms of it being a truly good book I am not so sure It sof a narrative of series


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