This audiobook gives the listener hitherto untold stories about the general's experiences during the IPKF operation in Sri Lanka, the 1971 Bangladesh War with Pakistan, Operation Bluestar, and anti-insurgency operations in Kashmir and the Northeast. It reveals information about bribery and corruption scandals in the armed forces during his tenure as Chief of Army Staff. It also gives the full story about various lobbies who tried to victimize him over the issue of his falsified date of birth.
General V. K. Singh served in the Indian Army for 42 years, retiring as Chief of Army Staff on 31 May 2012. His distinguished career saw him on the front lines of combat in the Indo-Pak War of 1971, which led to the creation of Bangladesh, and in Sri Lanka as part of the Indian Peace Keeping Force. Considered one of the world's foremost experts in counterinsurgency operations, he is also known for the principled stand he took on many issues during his tenure.