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Tragedy of Hyderabad.

by Mir Laik Ali

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Published by Pakistan Co-operative Book Society in Karachi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hyderabad (India : State) -- History

  • About the Edition

    The true and exact depiction of what exactly happened after independence of Hyderabad State and India from the British Empire as per Independence of India Act. The Princely States were given the option to either join India or Pakistan or remain independent. Hyderabad opted for independence.

    Although a Muslim Ruler The Nizam was highly secular and he saw his Hindu and Muslim subjects with the same eye. Hyderabad was a peaceful, prosperous and the best governed State in the Sub-Continent. This book shows you what happened before the fall of Hyderabad. How it was illegally and fraudulently invaded and annexed by India under false pretext having blockaded a land locked country for about an year and then attacking from all sides.

    Wishes of people were never ascertained. No referendum was ever taken because as Patel had told Nehru: "don"t ever do that mistake The Hindus will vote for The Nizam who they love so much". It is the saddest part of Indian history based on naked aggression. This book tell all and it is a first hand account of The Prime Minister of Hyderabad who was in the thick and thin of events. A more authentic account of what happened is not found.
    Although so involved he has been dispassionate and extremely accurate as has been corroborated by his contemporaries. The aggressor The Government of India may certainly have a different point of view quite apart from facts. They followed Goebbles justify an aggression to attack and swallow Hyderabad quite against the wishes of the people.

    There was a beautiful Hindu Muslim Composite culture that was destroyed. While there was communalism (racism) in the rest of India that was the cause of partition Hyderabad was totally free from that scourge. You will testify to all this from all unbiased books and accounts on Hyderabad. Mir Laik Ali has done a wonderful job for posterity.

    Edition Notes

    ContributionsS. B. Qadri
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS485 H9 A4
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Pagination308p.
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14259943M

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Posted on Janu by hindumuslim Hyderabad - the largest and the best governed state in the subcontinent invaded from all sides against the wishes of its people.