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Lal Krishna Advani : (लाल कृष्ण आडवाणी), also known as Lal Kishenchand Advani (Sindhi: लाल किशेंचंद आडवाणी) (born November 8, 1927) is an Indian politician who served as the Deputy Prime Minister of India from 2002 to 2004.
He is a senior leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party, which has named him as its Prime Ministerial candidate for the General Elections due in May 2009.
My country my life
The much-awaited autobiography of veteran BJP leader L K Advani, was released in New Delhi. The book was released by former President A P J Abdul Kalam who decided to walk down to the Siri Fort auditorium when his car got stuck in a traffic jam on Khel Gaon Marg and he was getting late. At the function RSS general secretary Mohan Bhagwat said. “He’s a generation older than me, but there are many things that we can learn from his life. He taught us that one could be firm in his beliefs, and yet do a whole lot of things for the society.”
‘My Country My Life’ covers all the major and minor events in the life of Advani, like his joining the RSS, trauma of Partition, meeting with Atal Bihari Vajpayee, days of the Jana Sangh, Emergency, Ayodhya, Rath Yatra, his stint in the government as Home Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Agra Summit, Kargil, Terrorism, Controversy surrounding Jinnah remark, and so on. The best part of the book is that Advani has taken the perspective of a participant, and not a historian, while writing it.
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