The memory of 26/11, as it is known now, is still fresh. That a handful of men, with black violence in their heart can hold a city to ransom, still hurts all Indians. Several questions still remain unanswered. Mumbai… once a beautiful city… is now changed completely. The author puts forth a strong argument suggesting that after the collapse of the mills, a scattered coalition of several political parties has been actually putting the welfare of Mumbai at stake. Prakash Akolkar is a seasoned journalist who has been in the forefront of reporting on similar matters, and he puts his experience to excellent use here.