A revealing title into the inner politics of the Congress Party, The Accidental Prime Minister deals with Manmohan Singh and his conflicts with the president of the Congress Party.
The life of the 13th Prime Minister of India is fraught with constant conflict from both the opposing party and his own party. In this
book by his former spokesperson, the author puts forth the argument that Mr. Manmohan Singh is in a constant battle for power, as the principal portion of it rests with the Congress Party President, Sonia Gandhi. Portraying an empathic image of the Prime Minister, Baru’s book interprets the relationship between the two juggernauts of the Congress party as a tug of war, and portrays Mrs. Gandhi as the constant victor. Revealing several controversial details about the Congress Party, this book is sure to catch the eyes of readers and make them ask questions it tries to answer.
About Sanjaya Baru
Sanjaya Baru is an Indian policy analyst and political commentator. He is currently the Director for Geo-Economics and Strategy at the International Institute of Strategic Studies and has worked for The Economic Times and The Times of India as associate editor. He served Manmohan Singh as his media advisor and chief spokesperson from May 2004 until August 2008.
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