By Allabaksh - Syndicate Features
It is hardly surprising that a book written on the slain Pakistani leader, Benazir Bhutto, by an Indian author has created controversy in Pakistan. But what is surprising is the rash of apologies that has followed in India following protests by some members of Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party days after the release of the book, ‘Goodbye Shahzadi’. The Lauh Purush of the Bharatiya Janata Party, L.K. Advani was perhaps still wiping his tears that he had shed at a public function the other day when he heard about the protestations in Pakistan and promptly offered his apologies to the Bhutto family and her party.