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Description[ edit ] In the prologue of the book Dhar writes that he is going to narrate a few instances of illegal activities he had taken part in, under orders, just so he could earn his bread and butter. He says that any involved intelligence officer is like a "prostitute", operating in the "breeding ground of Goerings and Himmlers in the backyard of constitutional democracy".

He says this is not unique to India, but goes to the central theme of his book, that in "free democracies" there are legislative checks. Dhar emphasizes the lack of accountability in general for the entire system - politicians, beuracrats and the intelligence.

I was forced to keep the frayed dialogue line open. Noorani writes that the hypocrisy of Dhar in the book is "revolting" but that "the book deserves to be read for its disclosures of skulduggery". None of them, however, was written in the manner Dhar writes. None of the intelligence operators was as vainglorious as he is.

Peake lists Open Secrets as one of "a series of memoirs by retired senior Indian intelligence officers which have provided top-down views of intelligence careers in India". Gill writes that an editor should have gone through the book before publication.

He joined the Indian Police Service in and spent nearly three decades in the Intelligence Bureau.

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Maloy Krishna Dhar

Description[ edit ] In the prologue of the book Dhar writes that he is going to narrate a few instances of illegal activities he had taken part in, under orders, just so he could earn his bread and butter. He says that any involved intelligence officer is like a "prostitute", operating in the "breeding ground of Goerings and Himmlers in the backyard of constitutional democracy". He says this is not unique to India, but goes to the central theme of his book, that in "free democracies" there are legislative checks. Dhar emphasizes the lack of accountability in general for the entire system - politicians, beuracrats and the intelligence. I was forced to keep the frayed dialogue line open.

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An intelligence officer who wielded the pen with equal ease

He intensely hates Muslims yet he claims the opposite. It is amazing to see how educated spies like Dhar are narrow minded, with a limited vision like their leaders with blinders on and a peanut for a brain. Army is not the solution that everybody can blame later. Dhar has to re-read his religious history to realize that the word Hindu as per the Urdu dictionary means some of the following; chor, daku, lootera thief, robber, crook. The author is candid about his experience and throws light into the workings of IB.

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