‘Incorrect labelling of Kashmir’: Imran Khan’s book recalled over map error

Shireen Mazari says mistake made by publisher as map was not the one provided to them by Khan.

Express September 23, 2011

The publishers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan’s book ‘Pakistan: A Personal History’ announced on Thursday that they would be recalling the publication in view of “incorrect labelling of Kashmir on the map”, The Hindu reported.

Transworld Publishers - a Random House Group Company - made this announcement exactly a week after the book was launched in London. But the publishers had already recalled all advance copies of the book in India prior to the formal announcement in a pre-emptive move before any official complaint.

In the official announcement made through the office bearers of Khan’s political party, Transworld Publishers said the book was being recalled pending correction of the mistake. That the decision to recall the book was taken over the past 24 hours was evident from the fact that invitations for the launch of the publication in Islamabad next Monday were sent out on Wednesday evening.

According to senior PTI office bearer Shireen Mazari, who had sent out the invites, the mistake was made by the publishers as the map included in the book was not the one provided to them by Khan.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 23rd,  2011.


K Khan | 9 years ago | Reply

Shame on u. What about all our people killed in Kashmir. I think u don't [email protected] Khan:

SnT | 10 years ago | Reply man makes yet another stupid mistake.
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