Spies Lies & Red Tape Book Review


REVIEW:

Spies, Lies & Red Tape by Amit Bagaria is the vision of every Kashmiri who wants to end the Indo-Pak conflict and make Jammu & Kashmir a better place to live.

More than 48,000 people have been killed in separatist violence in Kashmir since 1987 alone. Just imagine how 48,000 families would have been affected by this rivalry.

We all ask, is there a way to STOP it? The answer is YES!

Spies, Lies & Red Tape is a temporary solution to end the Indo-Pak conflict and bring back Kashmir to peace. To achieve something, we must start doing something now. This book teaches you that bad people won't change but you can always save the good ones in any way possible.


This book also puts light on the fact that terrorism has no religion.

It is dedicated to members of the Indian armed services and intelligence services who risk their lives 24x7 to keep all of us safe, and to the tens of thousands of brave hearts and innocent civilians who have lost their lives in Jammu & Kashmir.

All agencies, organizations, diplomatic and military ranks, locations, buildings, and architectural details in this novel are real.

This political thriller starts with the historical background of India and Pakistan rivalry and how both the countries have changed since the First Indo-Pakistani War (1947-48).


Inspired by true events, the plot takes multiple twists and turns. It is something out of the box that Indian readers would enjoy reading.

It has strong characters who can go any limit to achieve their goals. The writing style is simple and easy to understand.

Overall, Spies, Lies & Red Tape by Amit Bagaria is a MUST READ for every Indian or Pakistani who wants to end this war. So, go ahead and buy this book from Amazon now!

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RATING: 4/5

AUTHOR: Amit Bagaria

PUBLISHER: Notion Press


GENRE: Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Fiction

PAGES: 190

ABOUT THE BOOK:

The Gang of Six were clinching their fists under the 21-seater oval teak table in the PMO in New Delhi. How could their Prime Minister speak to them like that?


How does the Constitution of India allow such people, with just 35 seats out of 543 in the Lok Sabha, to become the PM?

The Indian PM's aircraft took off from Islamabad Airport at 7:45 am IST and was scheduled to land at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in New Delhi at 9:10 am IST.

When the aircraft started deviating from its scheduled route, there was panic at the IGIA air traffic control tower. By 9:15 am IST, the aircraft was seen heading south, when it became out of range of the radars at IGIA.


Had the PM's aircraft been hijacked? Was it headed to Sri Lanka or the Maldives?

The defence minister, external affairs minister and the NSA had accompanied the PM to Islamabad. In their absence, the best men to contact the Indian Air Force Chief were the cabinet secretary or the defence secretary.

Both men tried to get hold of him, but to no avail. He was not answering his office or mobile phone. They tried the Vice Chief and got no response either. What in hell was going on?

By 9:45 am IST, Indian Army soldiers in battle gear began arriving in army trucks at North and South Block, and at various other ministry buildings spread across Lutyens' Delhi. Hundreds of soldiers also arrived at the residences of the union ministers in the 28.7 km2 Lutyens Bungalow Zone.


At 9:45 pm Pakistan Time, about five hours after the Indian generals had finished the press conference in New Delhi and about two hours after millions had started demonstrating on roads across fifty-plus Indian cities, Prime Minister Irfan Khan chaired a meeting of Pakistan's National Security Council. A plan of action was framed.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Amit Bagaria is a serial entrepreneur-turned serial author, who has authored 10 books since December 2017. An out-of-the-box thinker, thought leader and marketing whiz, he excels at challenging fixated mind-sets of the majority in India.


Amit has not just written, but has also been vastly written about. He has featured in 250+ media articles in 19 countries, including 25+ newspaper front pages and 40+ TV features or interviews.

At the age of 21, Amit started an NGO to help college students fight drug abuse, which got featured in the front-pages of Calcutta’s two leading newspapers.

As an entrepreneur, Amit has been India’s No.1 Healthcare Consultant, India’s No.1 Retail Consultant and India’s No.1 Residential Real Estate Consultant.

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