Jinnah: Ittehad Say Taqseem Tak (Urdu Edition) By Jaswant Singh Published Date: 27/10/2009 Format: Hardback ISBN: 9788129115409 Publisher: Rupa No of Pages: 457 Retail price: Rs. 995.00

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Jinnah: Ittehad Say Taqseem Tak (Urdu Edition)

By Jaswant Singh

‘Lord Mountbatten: I tried every trick I could play… to shake Jinnah’s resolve….Nothing would…move him from his consuming determination to realise the dream of Pakistan…The date I chose (for Independence) came out of the blue. I was determined to show I was master of the whole event.’

This is paralysing in its insensitivity, the sheer horror of mountbatten’s casual untruthfulness, in how trivial this last viceroy’s approach was to a grim and unprecedented tragedy.


The partition of India, has been the most wounding trauma of the twentieth century. Who was/is responsible – Jinnah? The congress party? Or the British? Jinnah’s political journey began as an ambassador of Hindu – Muslim unity, yet ended with his becoming the ‘sole spokesman’ of Muslims in India; the creator of Pakistan, the Quaid-e-Azam.

Published Date: 27/10/2009
Format: Hardback
ISBN: 9788129115409
Publisher: Rupa
No of Pages: 457
Retail price: Rs. 995.00

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