Kashipur, An Enquiry Report is a groundbreaking Odia book by Sriwanti Reddy that investigates the aftermath of the Kashipur police firing in Odisha. The title of the book highlights its focus on gathering facts and presenting them in an unbiased manner.
The book is a result of extensive research conducted by the author, who has spent several years studying the events leading up to the Kashipur firing and its impact on the local community. Through this book, Sriwanti Reddy aims to provide a comprehensive account of the incident and raise awareness about the socio-political realities of rural India.
The book covers a wide range of topics, from the history of the Kashipur region to the political and economic factors that contributed to the conflict. It also highlights the human cost of the violence, including the loss of innocent lives and the trauma suffered by survivors.
What sets Kashipur, An Enquiry Report apart is its approach towards promoting social justice and accountability. The author advocates for the provision of adequate compensation and rehabilitation to the victims of the violence, as well as the prosecution of those responsible for the tragedy.
Sriwanti Reddy’s writing style is persuasive and informative, making the book an essential read for policymakers, activists, and anyone interested in social justice and human rights. Overall, Kashipur, An Enquiry Report is a valuable resource for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the complexities of rural India and the struggles faced by marginalized communities.
|Books name||Kashipur, An Enquiry Report|
|No Of pages||44|