Eight school girls from the hills on a tour of Agra, drive into Delhi the day Indira Gandhi is assassinated. They run into a violent crazed mob that pulls their driver out and slays him. In a blazing city lashed by violence, the girls flee to seek refuge.
A gripping and powerful story, The Battle for No. 19, highlights the moral dilemmas of young people in today’s world – where violence erupts round every corner, and the line between right and wrong runs dreadfully thin.
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