35 Days: How Politics In Maharashtra Changed Forever In 2019 by Jitendra Dixit hit the shelves on 5th May 2020. It has been published by Harper India.
In 2019, a high-voltage political drama unfolded over thirty-five days between the declaration of the Maharashtra assembly election results and the formation of the Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress government in the state. The startling events that had the entire country glued to television screens culminated in the swearing in of Uddhav Thackeray as chief minister on 28 November 2019. This book is a blow-by-blow account of the ups and downs that took place during those thirty-five days that baffled even hardcore political pundits. The goings-on unmasked almost all parties and politicians of the state and changed Maharashtra’s politics forever. With exclusive reportage and interviews from close observers of the whole drama, 35 Days goes behind the scenes to reconstruct what took place during the Maharashtra elections 2019.
View this post on Instagram
Unprecedented events like never seen before in Indian politics: Journalist @jitendradixit79 brilliantly reconstructs the events of Maharashtra elections 2019 and tells us what really transpired behind the scenes. Download his ebook #35Days. . . #NewRelease #Politics #NewBook #ReadWithHCI #HarperAtHome #Ebook #Kindle #EbookReader #BookLove #BookstagramIndia #BooksOfInstagram #Bookaholic #BookLibraryClub #Reading #Read #BookClub #BookLibraryClub
About the Author
Jitendra Dixit is the West India editor of ABP News. Based in Mumbai, he has been reporting on crime, conflict and politics for over twenty years. He has worked with Aaj Tak and Star News earlier. As a crime journalist, he has reported extensively on the Mumbai underworld. He covered the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks from ground zero for Star News and wrote a book about it, which was a bestseller in Hindi and Marathi. He was one of India’s representatives at a conference organized by the FBI to combat organized-crime syndicates at New York City in 2011. In 2015, Jitendra won the Red Ink award in the political category for his documentary on the Kashmir assembly elections