Another BJP leader to come out with book on BJP affairs
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Last Updated: Sunday, August 30, 2009, 21:17
Thane: Close on the heels of controversial book on Mohammad Ali Jinnah by senior BJP leader Jaswant Singh, one more such work is fast taking its shape and is sure to create another controversy in the party.

The book, 'Sanch-ki-Saja' (meaning: Punishment for truth) is being written by senior BJP leader Om Prakash Sharma.

Another book by Sharma on the recent debacle of the BJP in the Lok Sabha elections namely 'Parabhav pe Chintan' had created a furore in BJP and in the political circles in the country. The present book of Sharma is timed on the eve of the forthcoming Assembly elections in Maharashtra.

The book will reveal the entire truth in the party and the manner in which the party has been functioning and what 'reward' one gets in the party for telling the truth.

Speaking about the book, a party leader from Thane, the district where Sharma has been carrying out his work, said that the book itself will open up the activities of many senior leaders of the party who run the show now.

He said that the book may hurt many leaders but the truth should come out in the open for the people to know. The book is written by Sharma on the occasion of completion of more than fifty years of his selfless social and political service.

Speaking about the book the leader said that Sharma's was not the only case where the party had ill-treated its senior leaders but there were many who were suffering silently, unable to speak out the truth.

He said that Sharma was instrumental in many agitations undertaken by late Pramod Mahajan and also getting the MPs and MLAs selected from rural areas fighting the reds and giving the party due shape.

However, now the present leaders who pose as great leaders of the party even do not know the life and sacrifice of the great leaders of the party namely Shamaprasad Mukherjee, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, Dr Hedgewar, Guru Golwalkarji.

Bureau Report

First Published: Sunday, August 30, 2009, 21:17

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