Book: I Am Not Guilty – Kasab by Harish Sharmacategories: Book, Guilty, Kasab Fictional Biography, 26/11 Mumbai Attacks, Sweta, Terrorism, Terrorist Ajmal Kasab
Harish Sharmaabout this book: I AM NOT GUILTY is my debut book A conversation between A journalist Sweta and terrorist Kasab, It is a fictional biography of A Pakistan's terrorist Kasab who attacked in financial capital and glamours city of India popularly known 26/11 worldwide.
Kasab was caught alive by Assistant Police inspector Tukaram Ombale empty handed and gives his life to save hundreds of people. Later Kasab was hanged for his crime by the Judgement of Indian Supreme Court.
I have included a fictional character Fouji Chacha (Army Uncle) who is very important for the book which inspired the Kasab.
Write this book is very tough because every human being has something positive but the way Kasab attacked and killed people I can't write anything in favor of him if I do so my sentiments as well all Indians even world people's hurts.
I write this book to keep in mind of a youth of today whom the preachers of terrorism inspire few, after reading this book even single lad change his intention not to be terrorist I will be the success in my thought my writing.
I want this book should be read by all the age group because today terrorism is the biggest threat to the world and I tried to touch some issue related to that.
I took three years to write this book being a debut writer it is not easy for me to write such a tough subject but I love challenges so did that.Most of the people in India raise this question that how you can give the title of a terrorist book, I am not Guilty, my point of view is where any culprit says "I am Guilty."
I choose this cover of the book a hand with the Red thread which these actual terrorist bound during attacked to confused Indian people that they are Hindus, a gun is the symbol of terrorist and round rope because of hanged Kasab for his final destination.
Though the whole book will in thrill you, most laborious part is burning of Godhra train then Hindus position in Pakistan apart from that climax of the book is good too.
I research for the book not really, but yes take references to month and years.
Writing a book is not so easy as I thought sometimes it's very annoying, occasionally fascinating sometimes you lost your words some thoughts came to your mind when you are not in the position to write notes, and you miss that.
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