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Natwar Singh book row: Anonymous caller threatens publisher

India TV News Desk August 01, 2014 17:21 IST
India TV News Desk
New Delhi: It seems Natwar Singh's forthcoming book "One Life is Not Enough: An Autobiography" is going to be a blockbuster on book stalls.

The much-publicized interviews of Natwar Singh about the sensational contents of the book have already generated enormous interest both inside and outside India.

Now an anonymous caller terming himself a 'Congressman' has reportedly made a threatening call to a Mumbai shop of publisher "Rupa". The caller warned the publisher against selling Natwar Singh's book and threatened of violent response if the publisher refuses to pay heed to the warning.

The matter has been reported to Mumbai Police and security has been tightened in and around the shop.

Natwar Singh in his book has reportedly made a number of sensational disclosures. He has disclosed that it was Rahul Gandhi's insistence and not the "inner voice" of Sonia Gandhi that stopped her from becoming PM in 2004. Natwar has also disclosed that Rajiv Gandhi sent IPKF to Sri lanka without taking consent of the cabinet.