Harpreet Singh · Operation Blue Star. Uploaded by. raawan · Kis Bidh Ruli Patshai BY AJMER SINGH. Uploaded by. Harpreet Singh · RARE BOOK ABOUT . K S Brar. Operation Blue Star was militarily successful, but it is criticized by many for being badly planned. In the s, General Brar authored a book on his version of Operation Blue Star, titled. Read Operation Blue Star: The True Story book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on K. S. Brar (Author). out of 5 stars
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This book neither is a compilation of the events that led to or resulted from the Operation Blue Star. Later, he was discharged. An operation which traumatized the sentiments of Sikhs in the brsr. Muje malum haii ke k s brar ne blue start opration handle keya thaa.
The True Story is considered one of the most debated and controversial Indian military operations. Similar Items Related Subjects: Finally Bhindranwale and the mastermind Shaheb Singh, command of the militants on the gory night, has been compromised by Indian Army.
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Death toll crossedwhich includes even women and children devotees. Dec 18, Rohit Harip rated it really liked it. A True Story that got published in has helped many people change their minds. All in all this book should be read by all those who desire to get a holistic understanding of the entire episode. Now here is operatkon topic where the people involved will always stra to their side of the story, no matter how much proof is given and how many documents are written.
View all 9 comments. Maps have also been furnished atar help one to imagine bookk face off and be awed by the scale of it. Upload Menus Upload menu files with. Books are not only written to educate, they are written for leisure and even for the metamorphosis of the soul. Most of the books written by military officers generally have the action censored out on account of confidentiality.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. General Brar had six infantry battalions and a detachment of commandos under his command.
Ranjit Singh Dayal, and Maj. Inwhile he was dying of cancer, General Brar paid him a visit in a hospital. Stae militants were asked to send the pilgrims out of the temple premises to safety, before they started fighting the army.
General Krishnaswamy Sundarji then chief of western army command and Lt. To justify genuineness of your review kindly attach purchase proof Browse. To prevent any damage to operatiln Akal TakhtGeneral Brar’s soldiers initially tried to lob stun grenades that momentarily stun people without causing any collateral damage.
It is easy to be critical when you are ignorant about what actually happened, why it happened and whether or not the action was avoidable. Oppression in Punjab which is compiled by a fact finding team of truth-seeking Hindus who went to Punjab and to its many villages in After a series of violent events and bottlenecks center decided to flush out the militants from the temple and to put an end to this sacrilege.
The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. He later stated that there was no damage to Harmindar Sahibexcept a couple of bullet holes that could have been the militants’ fire or odd stray fire from the soldiers. Brar,I happen to read your interview in rediff.
And if such weightage had been given, it could have justified the subtitle nrar True Story”. Singh Sangha was also charged with common assault on General Brar’s wife, Meena. Various assassination attempts have been made on retired General Kuldip Singh Brar but fortunately he has been saved from all of those. Comprehensive interpretation of a traumatic military operation.
Operation Blue Star: The True Story
The book covers all sorts of unexpected and unwanted traumas, heart-stopping climaxes and inevitable consequences of the Operation Blue Star. This page was last edited on 12 Septemberat His book Operation Blue Star: This book is written by the army official who led the very controversial assault on the Golden Temple which resulted in a long period of turbulence in Punjab and also had a major impact on the national politics.
He is not able to provide convincing explanation for the timing of the operation. The text is direct, matter-of-fact and candid, and it is well-supplem Written by the commander who spearheaded this mission, this book is perhaps the most comprehensive and authentic account of one of the most important and unfortunate events of post-Independence era.
Arms and ammunition piled up in the Golden temple and the divine abode of god became an arsenal as well as the fortress of Bhindranwale and his militants. There was already a division at Amritsar, but it had been relocated to the Indo-Pak border in case Pakistan decided to move in to support the pro-Khalistan militants. Mar 17, Anish Antony rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Sep 13, The easiest course open to operaation was to give up without a fight. In fact, in the unit commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Mohammad Israr whose ten guards later led the first boook into the temple premisesthe Sikh Officer Second Lieutenant Jasbir Singh Raina, raised his hand, and said that he wished to be the first one to enter the Golden Temple to wipe out the militants who had defiled the holiest Sikh shrine.
Called in to clean up the mess made by our politicians our soldiers showed bravery and a sense of duty that many times we are undeserving of. Contrary to the points stated as to why they chose to attack is very unrealistic in my point of view.
Anyhow, this is a good book and makes very honest and sincere effort to enlighten you about what transpired on that fateful day of 6th June