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|Number of Pages||238 Pages|
The book may interest those from legal background as a reference and brings to light how the state played havoc with the life of an upright officer. All the court proceedings and judgments were included in the book which were unwanted and uncalled for and deviated from the real subject.
Mr Hyder was a victim of post-police action vendetta, but by including all the irrelevant stuff, the book become real bore and unimpressive. We really needed a real and authentic book on Hyderabad and Mr Hyder would have justified the subject as he closely witnessed the action and was a part of it. It was a good opportunity and effort missed. I bought the book to read a first-hand account of Police Action but got badly disappointed.
The book is a good read for his family members and close friends and not meant for a common reader as we don’t have any interest in Mr Hyder’s court cases.
A really good book on the subject came from Narender Luther, Hyderabad: A biography, which was very interesting and unputdownable. Even V K Bawa efforts can be appreciated to some extent.
In the name of police action how India invaded on an independent nation like Hyderabad was explained rightly.
Telangana/Hyderabad was a separate country with richest resources till 1948. In the name of police action they brutally attacked and forcible merged with India. Later in the name of military government Indian army killed many people in the name of protecting.
Telangana was never under colonial rule it was a richest nation on part with Gulf countries.
Mohammed Hyder fully explained how he was harassed by the government. The so called biggest democratic country behaved undemocratically.
the book intended for the people who are connected with Mr. Mohammed Hyder. The actual happenings when the Indian Army took over, were not covered. The author was in prison, when he was writing the semi auto bio-graphy, so he may have been under pressure not to write real happenings during the period. Nothing much, but I appriciate his son bought out this. He did his duty as a son,