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Dinsha Patel suggests banning Jaswant’s book

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AHMEDABAD: Even as the Gujarat High Court struck down the State government notification banning Jaswant Singh’s controversial book on Mohammad Ali Jinnah, a similar suggestion has come from the Union Minister of State for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Dinsha J. Patel. Mr. Patel, who is also the chairman of the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Charitable Trust in Ahmedabad said he had left it to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to decide whether the book should be banned in the country for distorting history.

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