- Paperback: 218 pages
- Publisher: Pragun Publications; 2014 edition (2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8172210620
- ISBN-13: 978-8172210625
- Package Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 2.5 cm
- Average Customer Review: 11 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #82,413 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
26/11 Probe — Why Judiciary Also Failed? (with DVD containing footages of important incidents supporting the author's analysis) Paperback – 2014
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There was quite a flutter in the country, especially in the camps of the IB and right-wing groups, when the author of this book, S.M. Mushrif, in his first book, Who Killed Karkare?, smashed the IB and Police theory of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case and offered a more convincing alternative theory. In this new book, he comes back to narrate as to how the IB, in order to prove its false theory, not only interfered in the investigations of the case at every stage, but also employed its tremendous clout and, with the help of a section of the media and the Police, successfully pulled it through the corridors of the courts and ultimately kicked it to its final destination, i.e., the gallows. The book also describes the shrewd moves on the part of the IB to scuttle all attempts to get the case reinvestigated. The author has expressed his serious concern over the unbridled powers being enjoyed by the IB, an extra-constitutional authority, to the extent of influencing almost all our constitutional institutions. However, he has ended the book on an optimistic note — pinning his hopes on the judiciary. Introduction 1. 26/11 – One attack, two stories 2. Radhakant Yadav’s petition – a self revealing document 3. Non-compliance with court’s order by governments 4. Further Scrutiny of Depositions Many More Facts Revealed 5. Scrutiny of TV footages revealed astonishing facts 6. High Court confirmed Kasab’s death sentence 7. Kasab sent to gallows after the farce of mercy petition 8. ‘Firsts’ Galore 9. Many high-profile people may be in the dock 10. IB – A ghost organisation 11. Coup d’état 12. Change in strategy – Judiciary, the only hope Annexure I Annexure II Annexure III Abbreviations Index
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If thought to have this happen really, our Media would have given the true information but they also fails to promote,
I think this is sequele of book who kill karkare?
One should read it first and then 26/11.
But it's really horrible if they have started the same as quoted that they want Hindu rashtra and all.
Good alarm for those who are sleeping and don't even notice such change of scenario all over... 😊 nice thought S. M. Mushrif sir
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This is a piece of s*** written only one side of twisted facts n figures it is highly condemable ...Read more
Right from the highest echelons of society, the author writes. But the 'evidences' provided were THE ones put in front of the court.Read more