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SADRUDDIN HASHWANI
ISBN # : 9780670085224
Publisher: Penguin Press HC
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Truth Always Prevails is the memoir of one of Pakistan's most prominent businessmen, Sadruddin Hashwani, chairman of the internationally renowned Hashoo Group.

From sleeping in the back of trucks in the cold deserts of Balochistan to now owning a brand of luxury hotels as well as numerous other businesses, Sadruddin Hashwani has led a remarkable life. He has struggled against corrupt politicians and uncooperative government officials to build and sustain an extensive business empire. He has faced near-death experiences, most remarkably the 2008 bombing of his own hotel, the Marriott Islamabad, and has overcome seemingly insurmountable odds.

Filled with fascinating anecdotes and telling sketches of prominent Pakistani personalities, his is an extraordinary story that will inspire and entertain readers.

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Asif Dewani

When this memoir was launched during PPP government, book was almost immediately banned either officially or unofficially for the reasons that writer had defamed then President of Pakistan and had alleged various serious charges against him. When I read this book, it appears that writer had defamed every single government that Pakistan ever had whether civilian or military and as such this plethora of allegations devoid this writing from any credibility whatsoever. Writer cherishes this fact that all governments tried to sabotage his business interests and framed false charges against him but he remained unhurt. However, one is left wondering that how did he acquire lot of precious land at important places to construct his empire? And the land was acquired by him from respective governments and at the places of his own choice. The book discusses more of Pakistan politics with Hashwani’s (probably myopic) perspective rather than discussing the challenges he faced to achieve what he has and his business philosophy, vision and his future goals.

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