PAKISTAN SEEKS REVENGE AND
GOD SAVES INDIA
In the aftermath of its defeat in
the Indo-Pak War of 1971, formation of Bangladesh and the surrender of
over 90,000 prisoners of war, Pakistan Army vowed to take revenge. Have they
forgotten this pledge? The author believes that the answer is “no”. The book is
about an imaginary plot made by Pakistan
to dismember India
and thus take revenge for the humiliating defeat of 1971. It is a canvas of
fiction framed on the events of history with a bit of future gazing.
The book is a work of fiction. It
is the story of a conspiracy carefully hatched by and relentlessly pursued by Pakistan’s ISI for a period from 1971 to 1998 by
fomenting and aiding insurgencies throughout India. It is the story of men and
supermen, of self seekers and self sacrifice, of love and lust, of tenderness,
of cruelty and revenge. It reveals the human side of our invincible armed
forces, the dreaded terrorists, their families and those who suffer. It is the
story of a war nearly lost where India is saved by divine
intervention in the form of floods.
The book starts with a small
incident on 15 December 1971, two days before the surrender of Pakistani troops
in East Pakistan. It then carries out an
appreciation on behalf of Pakistan as to how best to
dismember India by
encouraging the people of different states of India
to seek independence from India.
Based on this appreciation a plan is prepared and put into operation.
The book there after takes the
readers through the turmoil in Bangladesh following the assassination of Sheikh
Mujibur Rahaman, rise of
terrorist activities first in Punjab and then followed by rise in terrorist and
secessionist activities in Kashmir, Assam, Manipur, Tripura and other states of
the Northeast India. It traces the entry of Pakistan’s
ISI into Bangladesh and the
support extended to all the terrorist organizations in Northeast India by Bangladesh
and ISI. It highlights the growing military strength of Bangladesh and the growth of Pakistani and Chinese influence and
military cooperation in Bangladesh.
The climax takes place when
combined forces of China and
Bangladesh attacks India
at the Siliguri Corridor and succeeds in cutting off
the road and rail link to the Northeast and traps two Indian Corps. However,
unprecedented floods submerge the lines of communications of the Bangladesh
Army forcing them to withdraw. Landslides block the lines of communication of
the Chinese Army and India
is saved a humiliating defeat.