[PDF] Kitne Ghazi Aaye, Kitne Ghazi Gaye by K.J.S. Dhillon

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Kitne Ghazi Aaye, Kitne Ghazi Gaye by K.J.S. Dhillon Review/Summary

Writer: K.J.S. Dhillon
Publication Penguin Veer
ISBN-10 0670097055
Language: English
Genre: ---
Best Sellers Rank: #22 in Books
Customer review 4.8/5
Publish Date: 14 February 2023

The passage describes a book written by Lieutenant General KJS 'Tiny' Dhillon (Retd), who has had an extensive career serving in various parts of India, including Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) and the North-East. Dhillon's distinguished career includes commanding the elite Chinar Corps (15 Corps) and serving as the Director-General Defence Intelligence Agency and Deputy Chief of Integrated Defence Staff (Intelligence) under the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS).

The book is a memoir that provides insights into Dhillon's life and career, starting from his childhood to his tenure as Commander of the Chinar Corps. The book recounts the fascinating tales and toughest challenges he faced during his multiple tenures in J&K since 1988.

Dhillon also discusses the delicate balance between counter-infiltration and counter-terrorist operations on one hand and the use of military soft power on the other in Kashmir. The book also covers significant events in Kashmir's history, including the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, the barbarous attack on the convoy of Indian security personnel on the Jammu-Srinagar highway in Pulwama district, the Balakot strike, and the abrogation of Article 370.

The book takes the reader behind the scenes to bring out the nuances of various intriguing developments at a critical juncture in the history of the erstwhile State of J&K. Overall, the book is an insightful account of Dhillon's experiences and provides a unique perspective on the challenges of serving in a conflict zone.


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