New Delhi: Congress MP Manish Tewari in his latest book has questioned the inaction of the UPA-1 government after the Mumbai attacks. The book is to be officially released on December 2, which is almost the anniversary of the Mumbai attacks. Excerpts from the book say that for a state where there is no compulsion in brutally killing hundreds of innocent people. Restraint is not a sign of strength, it is considered a sign of weakness. There comes a time when actions must speak louder than words. 26/11 was a time when it should have been done. So I am of the opinion that India should have given a kinetic response in the days after 9/11 of India. (congress book matter)
Happy to announce that my Fourth Book will be in the market shortly – ’10 Flash Points; 20 Years – National Security Situations that Impacted India’. The book objectively delves into every salient National Security Challenge India has faced in the past two decades.@Rupa_Books pic.twitter.com/3N0ef7cUad
— Manish Tewari (@ManishTewari) November 23, 2021
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Manish Tewari’s tweet
Manish Tewari announced his new book in a tweet on Tuesday. He is happy to announce that my fourth book will be in the market soon. 20 Years – Conditions of National Security that Affected India’. This book objectively describes each of the major national security challenges faced by India in the last two decades. This book objectively describes each of the major national security challenges faced by India in the last two decades. The Congress leader, who was a minister in the UPA-II government, said the government should have taken decisive action against Pakistan after the Mumbai attacks, but it showed restraint, which was not a sign of strength. Criticism of his own prior regime by the Congress leader may give fodder to the BJP, which will have a point on the Balakot air strike after the Pulwama terror attack.
Congress leadership will have to deal with another book in a month (congress book matter)
The Congress leadership will have to deal with another book in a month, which could spark another controversy. Earlier, Salman Khurshid’s book had created a controversy where he compared Hindutva with IS and Boko Haram. In the book, Tiwari says that the threat has increased with the rise of the Taliban. The challenges to India’s national security over the past two decades had increased in both complexity and intensity. This week the nation will celebrate the 13th anniversary of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, which paralyzed the country’s commercial capital for three days in 2008, in which over 160 people were killed by Pakistani terrorists. Security forces had to conduct a massive operation for three days, during which they rescued 300 people from Taj, 250 from Trident and 60 from Nariman House (members of 12 different families). (congress book matter)