The President's memoirs of the Indira Gandhi years are unfortunately those of an apologist
It is fashionable to describe 6 December 1992 as the end of the Nehruvian age. The demolition of a mosque in a small town in northern India signalled the death of secularism. A year earlier, a crafty prime minister had begun dismantling the second leg of Nehruvian ideology: the commanding role of the state in economic matters.
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