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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. An autobiography of Lt. Abdul Majid Malik who served Pakistan at various critical position and witnessed some of the critical moments of country. Hardcoverpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Nov 08, Asif rated it did not like it. Overall a brief narrative about Pakistan history. Nothing new in the book mostly the stuff reported in news is consolidated.
No inside story or analysis, good for those who wants to read about the major events of pakistan history in a single book. Feb 25, Rana Saif rated it it was amazing. Mar maujokd, waqar ahmad rated it did not like it. Mar 17, Atif Shehzad rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Everyone interested in Pakistan politics.
One of the good books I have read on Pakistan political history. One important pros of this book and specifically of Lt.
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R Abdul Majeed Malik is that he wrote book with utmost honesty to his own belief and admitted mistakes boldly which I have not witnessed in history books in which author attempts to explain and justify all wrong doings so I must give a due credit to author for his open confession of mistakes and honesty. Malik although started his military career during British Raj b One of the good books I have read on Pakistan political history. Malik although started his military career during British Raj but he was no exception to the breed of fundamentalist military elite which later created Talibans.
Like most of the ex Generals he could not get out of the narration of Islam and Pakistan its strongest fort ideology which is an absolute delusion. Most of the readers might find him very inconsistent in his self justification of being the righteous ones and in the same book prasising Zias take over of 77 in his letter to the dictator.
He won NA Chakwal constituency five times consecutively which is a big milestone for ones political career without having any previous political affiliation but one thing I observed is that despite being elected five times even during his favorite PML N government, he did not carry out any significant change in his constituency or may be he could not find any of those worth mentioning in this book except the electrification of few remote towns and villages.
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About Abdul Majeed Malik. Born in Jand Awan, a remote village of Chakwal district, inMr Malik received his early education in nearby Hasola village.
After passing the middle class exam he got admitted to Government High School Chakwal which was upgraded to a college in and today is known as Government Postgraduate College Chakwal. He joined the Indian army as maujood sepoy in and was assigned a clerical job in Pun Born in Jand Awan, a remote village of Chakwal district, inMr Malik received his early education in nearby Hasola village.
He joined the Indian army as a sepoy in and was assigned a clerical job in Punjab Regiment.
He took part in the World War II. Inhe got selected as commissioned officer in the Indian army.
He observed the partition of the majuood closely. He was also assigned the security duty of Mahatma Gandhi when dialogues to quell the Hindu-Muslim riots in Calcutta were held between Gandhi and Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy. He also took part in the war.
Despite being a retired army general, he set a rare example of getting elected to the National Assembly five consecutive times from his Chakwal constituency NA No trivia or quizzes yet. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.