Volume IV (1932-1934) exhibits Sardar Patel having a harrowing time in jail with physical and mental sufferings along with personal tragedies. He refused to be released on conditional parole to perform the last rites of his brother Vithalbhai. After his release, he went on a tour of the various provinces encouraging people to vote. He was entrusted with the task of collecting money for the election campaign.
P.N. Chopra has been the Editor of the Indian Gazetteers and Chief Editor of Who’s Who of Indian Martyrs in the Ministry of Education and Chief Editor of the Towards Freedom Project. He has to his credit over forty authoritative works dealing with Indian history and culture, particularly the history of India’s freedom struggle.
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