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Jinnah Faces an Assassin

Description Bricks and Bouquets are an integral part of almost every public figure of the national and international stature. History of the world is replete with the acts of assassination of several world leaders for political, religious and ethnic / racial reasons. This book describes the attempt of assassination at Mr. M. A. Jinnah, Mr. Jinnah's survival, the court trial of the assassin and his conviction. All this happened in Bombay in July 1943. This is an eye-witness account of the trial.[edit]
Keywords Rafiq Sabir Manzangavi, M. A. Jinnah, Bombay, Dr. Darruwala, Somjee, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001054
Author Barrister At Law
Year 1943
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Thakur and Company Limited
Custodian Institute Of Sikh Studies
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         154
 
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