This article is written in a biased tone. Glaring among this is that Azimullah returned to India with a "dangerous idea" of rebellion. First, he was an Indian and he was pleading for Nana in England. Naturally, he will be on the other side of the British. If this is not corrected suitably, I will correct it shortly.
Second, this book does not take into account the clarity shown in this regard by Mr Parag Tope in his book " Operation red Lotus". Azimullah's full range of activities in London gets highlighted in that book. Additionally, Azimullah's travels to Turkey and Crimea at the time of the Crimean war is not given here. I may start a new chapter on that. But, make sure that the neutrality and adherence to references are strictly followed.