On November 26, 2008, 10 heavily armed men came via ship and boats from Pakistan and held India hostage in Mumbai for over 60 hours. It was the most audacious terrorist onslaught since the 9/11 attack on the United States of America. Over 180 persons were killed and two nuclear armed nations almost came to war over the attack that shook the world.
Who masterminded such an attack? From the evidence gathered by various intelligence and security agencies, it is quite clear that Lashkar-e-Tayyeba (LeT), an al Qaida-affiliated Lahore-based terrorist group, which trained and dispatched the attackers, do not have the capability to plan and execute such an armed assault across the seas.
In an explosive revelation, the book pieces together every shred of evidence available in public domain to prove that the Mumbai attack was planned and executed by Pakistan Army and its different agencies, including ISI and Special Services Group.
The book reveals, for the first time in public, how Pakistan Army Chief General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani was not only in the know of the attack but had planned every detail of the attack with his close confidants in the Army's top leadership.
Exposing the true face of Pakistan Army, the book shows how the Army leadership, including former General and President Pervez Musharraf, were playing one of the deadliest games in recent history to provoke a disastrous war among two nuclear-armed nations.
Packed with primary documents like the Mumbai chargesheet, confessional statements of the lone surviving attacker, Ajmal Amir Kasab and other details, the book lays bare the true story of the Mumbai attacks and warns of the coming wave of terrorist attacks on India from both the State as well Non State Actors in Pakistan.