Rs150, US$5 ISBN 978-969-8784-78-2 69pp., 213 x 137 mm Paperback (Stapled), 2014
It was in the autumn of 1967 that Muhammad Reza Kazimi called on Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. There was an air of despondency in the country. The failure of the Tashkent Declaration and the floating of the Six Points had brought the country to the crossroads, and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was the only leader who held out hopes for democracy with integrity. The author maintained contact whenever Z.A. Bhutto visited Dacca, and he saw and foresaw many of the developments he describes here.