Drawing on his experiences in Punjab as director general of police from 3 July 1984 - within weeks of Operation Blue Star - to 22 August 1985, Kirpal Dhillon writes about the phase of militancy in the state as not just a law and order problem but a question of Sikh nationalism, of a minority under threat. This is an insider's view of the factors that bedevilled Punjab for close to two decades. Coming from a man who witnessed the drama first-hand and analysed its historical causes, this book is a valuable addition to literature on the Sikh community's darkest years - a phase that is not necessarily over.
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