The book by Sanjaya Baru; ‘The Accidental Prime Minister: Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh’ hits the markets during the time of political storm and election rage in India. It definitely has created ripple effects between the two parties, BJP and Congress Party.
Looking at the title, I think that the book criticizes Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his rules. First, he was considered an accidental prime minister, and the second, his tenured did not bring any good future in India.
What I wonder about the book and its title is the freedom of writing; freedom of speech, when many countries are deprived of and needed the most. Look at their voices, look at their rights, look at their freedom of expressions, look at the print media, look at the freedom of press. But some countries, they cannot criticize and give negative feedbacks to anyone. If so, one is damned, rebuked and admonished. So, they are living in a utopian society that is actually a dystopian society. Some pretend, a gentle one, when there is limited freedom. Freedom of choice? Or freedom of individuality? Their voices are never listened. They are smothered, controlled, and hid. There is nothing such as, ‘Our country, our rights.’