Crisis in the Indian Subcontinent

Partition - Can it be undone?

Lal Khan

9788189833107

Aakar Books, New Delhi, 2007

226 pages

Price INR 295.00
Book Club Price INR 222.00
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The Author has produced an enthralling account of the events leading up to and following the Act of partition. He skilfully uses extracts from great writers's works, news articles, personal account of those involved.These vivid descriptions take the reader into the very hert of events.This book "Crisis In The Subcontinent - Partition ---- Can It Be Undone?" is essential reading for all those involved in the struggle against hunger, disease, ignorance and unemployment anywhere in the world.

Lal Khan

Lal Khan was born at Bhuan, Pakistan in 1956. He joined Nishtar Medical College, Multan in 1975 where he was elected General Secretary of the student union, against the forces of reactionary Islamic fundamentalists in 1978. He was arrested and tortured in 1979 under Zia-ul-Haq military dictatorship for leading a students' agitation against the despotic regime. Here again due to his revolutionary struggle against the regime he was ordered to be shot at sight by the military command council on 10th May 1980. He was severely injured but managed to flee the country and reached Amsterdam, Holland. He was one of the founders of the paper Class Struggle and has since 1987 been political editor of the Class Struggle (Urdu) and editor of the Asian Marxist Review.