Mr. Islam Must Die: A Novel Kindle Edition
| 10 Aug 2016
| NOP Bureau

Mr. Islam Must Die: A Novel Kindle Edition
· Novel - Mr Islam Must Die:

· Writer - Lokesh Kahaniwala

· Publisher - Kindle Edition
· Available on - Amazon.in

EIGHT YEARS in the making, Mr. Islam Must Die is a saga of exceptional richness and power.
Written by Lokesh Kahaniwala, a Delhi based writer, Mr. Islam Must Die (MIMD) is a novel which is very close to the story of Abdul Karim Telgi, who was convicted Indian counterfeiter. He earned money by printing counterfeit stamp paper in India. He has been sentenced to 30 years rigorous imprisonment.
Similarly, the story written by Lokesh Kahaniwala in his novel Mr. Islam Must Die (MIMD), is essentially about a criminal of the Indian society who robs the government exchequer of Rs 32,000 crore’s (£43,21,786,590 approx.) and later injected with HIV by Indian intelligence agencies, while in captivity. It’s the dying criminals’ point of view in question; and that’s precisely what makes the story so mind captivating and interesting...
As you read you learn to live life cautiously as it delves into the mind of the most notorious criminal of India. The love hate scenarios grip you to your intestines, with its humour so childish that you never understand when it becomes so dark.
Here is the synopsis of the newly released novel Mr. ISLAM MUST DIE.
Everybody in this world has a story of his or her to tell. For some it's an easy ride and for some it's a herculean task.
Islam Kareem Telgi too wants to tell a story of his life, but only because people really want to know what really happened there.
So he makes up his mind and finally gets down to business, the only difference is that it's a bit difficult to write something from a claustrophobic jail cell and the names he’s going to spell out are no Tom Dick or Harry’s of the Indian society.
He wants to write about the truth and nothing but the truth...and so he begins to narrate a saga of love, hatred, vengeance and manipulation.
They are two Muslim brothers in a small village; one goes to England for further studies and the other remains to fight his way through poverty.
Islam’s brother there in the UK becomes a celebrated author and a comedian, and here Islam struggles to bring a decent meal on the table by selling tea at a railway station.
In a twist of events the one girl whom he loves leaves him for a rich man, and from that turning point onwards he starts believing that the only thing that is really is god, is money.
Once falsely arrested for fraud he meets a scientist in the jail who tells him about his invention. Looking back, Islam wishes he should’ve believed in that scientist but instead—he makes friends with a forger who teaches him how market fake Stamp Papers.
From marketing them to eventually producing them—he ends up being the richest man in India.
Everything is hunky dory till in a twist of events he’s finally nabbed by the special investigation team, who are so full of hatred for him that they inject him with HIV; suspecting that with such powerful links and money at his disposal he might just get back at them.
Islam brother comes to meet him in jail and he tells him what he has told nobody else. About the treasure he had hid somewhere in the village. But look where his thought takes him—to the same scientist whom he had met in jail, his invention was a formula against HIV. Islam wants the scientist out of the other jail and to get back and work on the same idea—the same opportunity he once had rejected.
The ironic thing is that Islam still has hope and believes truly in his heart that, ‘sab theek ho jayega...’
MIMD will claw into your mind so deep that you’ll never be able to love any other story. Its beautifully weaved multilayered novel which keep you guessing even after many reads. A muscular, incisive and deeply sardonic comment on the twenty first century India. A story of survival, of hope and of love, is what MR Islam Must Die is. The writer can be contacted on - srcopywriter@gmail.com



Mr. Islam Must Die: A Novel Kindle Edition
· Novel - Mr Islam Must Die:

· Writer - Lokesh Kahaniwala

· Publisher - Kindle Edition
· Available on - Amazon.in

EIGHT YEARS in the making, Mr. Islam Must Die is a saga of exceptional richness and power.
Written by Lokesh Kahaniwala, a Delhi based writer, Mr. Islam Must Die (MIMD) is a novel which is very close to the story of Abdul Karim Telgi, who was convicted Indian counterfeiter. He earned money by printing counterfeit stamp paper in India. He has been sentenced to 30 years rigorous imprisonment.
Similarly, the story written by Lokesh Kahaniwala in his novel Mr. Islam Must Die (MIMD), is essentially about a criminal of the Indian society who robs the government exchequer of Rs 32,000 crore’s (£43,21,786,590 approx.) and later injected with HIV by Indian intelligence agencies, while in captivity. It’s the dying criminals’ point of view in question; and that’s precisely what makes the story so mind captivating and interesting...
As you read you learn to live life cautiously as it delves into the mind of the most notorious criminal of India. The love hate scenarios grip you to your intestines, with its humour so childish that you never understand when it becomes so dark.
Here is the synopsis of the newly released novel Mr. ISLAM MUST DIE.
Everybody in this world has a story of his or her to tell. For some it's an easy ride and for some it's a herculean task.
Islam Kareem Telgi too wants to tell a story of his life, but only because people really want to know what really happened there.
So he makes up his mind and finally gets down to business, the only difference is that it's a bit difficult to write something from a claustrophobic jail cell and the names he’s going to spell out are no Tom Dick or Harry’s of the Indian society.
He wants to write about the truth and nothing but the truth...and so he begins to narrate a saga of love, hatred, vengeance and manipulation.
They are two Muslim brothers in a small village; one goes to England for further studies and the other remains to fight his way through poverty.
Islam’s brother there in the UK becomes a celebrated author and a comedian, and here Islam struggles to bring a decent meal on the table by selling tea at a railway station.
In a twist of events the one girl whom he loves leaves him for a rich man, and from that turning point onwards he starts believing that the only thing that is really is god, is money.
Once falsely arrested for fraud he meets a scientist in the jail who tells him about his invention. Looking back, Islam wishes he should’ve believed in that scientist but instead—he makes friends with a forger who teaches him how market fake Stamp Papers.
From marketing them to eventually producing them—he ends up being the richest man in India.
Everything is hunky dory till in a twist of events he’s finally nabbed by the special investigation team, who are so full of hatred for him that they inject him with HIV; suspecting that with such powerful links and money at his disposal he might just get back at them.
Islam brother comes to meet him in jail and he tells him what he has told nobody else. About the treasure he had hid somewhere in the village. But look where his thought takes him—to the same scientist whom he had met in jail, his invention was a formula against HIV. Islam wants the scientist out of the other jail and to get back and work on the same idea—the same opportunity he once had rejected.
The ironic thing is that Islam still has hope and believes truly in his heart that, ‘sab theek ho jayega...’
MIMD will claw into your mind so deep that you’ll never be able to love any other story. Its beautifully weaved multilayered novel which keep you guessing even after many reads. A muscular, incisive and deeply sardonic comment on the twenty first century India. A story of survival, of hope and of love, is what MR Islam Must Die is. The writer can be contacted on - srcopywriter@gmail.com

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