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One political personality etched in Amarjit Singh Dulat's Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years is the then home minister (and later also deputy prime minister) Lal Krishan Advani. Such is the affection between them that in his memoir My Country, My Life, Advani mentions Dulat on one page: 'I learnt that Dulat, who was in regular contact with the leaders of various groups in Kashmir, had given some Hurriyat leaders the impression that the government was prepared to look at solutions to the Kashmir issue outside the ambit of the Indian Constitution.' This is a lie, and it was meant more as a potshot at Dulat's boss, National Security Advisor Brajesh Mishra; it was no secret that Advani resented that Atal Bihari Vajpayee allowed Mishra to run the government on his behalf. When we were putting down the material for Dulat's book, I asked him if he was going to answer Advani's charge. My interest was that the book should generate a couple of controversies so that it could sell a few copies (little did I know that an hoary topic like IC-814 was going to generate the controversies). I wanted to provoke Dulat into tearing into Advani.
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But, contrary to the claims by Modi during the NDA government (between 1994 and 2004), while Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the PM there was a time for 2 consecutive years (2001-2002) when not a single advertisement for Sardar Patel was published by the Government.
बल्कि मोदी के दावों के उलट एनडीए के शासनकाल में (वर्ष 1999 से 2004 के बीच) अटल विहारी बाजपेयी के पीएम रहने के दौरान एक दौर ऐसा जब आया लगातार दो सालों तक (2001-2002) पटेल के ऊपर सरकार द्वारा कोई भी विज्ञापन जारी नहीं किया गया।
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