NEW DELHI (APP) - Veteran politician Jaswant Singh has said he wants to remove negativity about Quaid-i-Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah. I want to remove the negativity surrounding Jinnah, Singh said while talking to people, who thronged a book stall at the book fair here to get the copies signed by the author himself. When asked his future plan after his expulsion from Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Singh said at present, he was concentrating on promoting his book in the country and the message it carried. Jaswants book Jinnah: India-Partition, Independence is selling like hot cakes in India as the publishers failed to cope with the rising demand. Despite ban by the Gujarat government and propaganda let loose in India by some think-tanks and politicians against the book and its author, the demand is constantly rising and book has went out of stock. The intellectuals, educationists, students, historians and politicians want to read a new aspect of the partition researched by veteran journalist Jaswant Singh, who was expelled from BJP on praising Quaid-I-Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah. The publishers have planned several launching ceremonies of the book to be held in different cities of India to promote it. The publishers have received a number of orders for the book from Pakistan, Bangladesh, London, European countries and other parts of the world. On Saturday, Jaswant Singh himself was present at a book fair here at Pragati Maidan and interacted with the people and signed several copies of his book. Meanwhile, the federation of Indian publishers has extended strong support to Singhs book and condemned the Gujarat government for banning it. Singh while responding to his critics had said one needed to discover why the partition took place. No MP of India, Pakistan or Bangladesh has written about Mohammad Ali Jinnah, whom even Mahatma Gandhi called a great man, he said. Even today, 50 to 60 books are written about the American civil war. But here we write one book on the Partition and Jinnah and you are expelled from a party, he said.