Kolkata, Jan 07 (Agencies): Causing serious embarrassment to the Trinamool Congress leadership, party MP Kabir Suman has written an autobiography and dedicated it to top Maoist leader Kishenji among others.

The book, titled 'Nishaner Naam Tapasi Malik', has an eye-witness account of a meeting held in the office of the Trinamool Congress between party supremo Mamata Banerjee and Maoist leaders Raja Sarkhel and Prasun Chhattapadhyay, who are currently in jail under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

On Thursday, when leaders of CPI(M), CPI, TDP and JD(S) had submitted a memorandum to Home Minister P Chidambaram asking the Government to 'spell out' how it proposed to deal with the 'TC-Maoist nexus', CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury had referred to Suman's book saying a meeting had discussed the intervention of Maoists in Nandigram.

The book mainly deals with the singer-turned politician's fight for the cause of peasants in Singur and Nandigram during 2006-07 following TC Chief Mamata Banerjee's directives.

Suman, who calls himself an 'activist', also wrote in his book that, "I am the last person to bow to anybody. I want to see the end of the Left Front rule, but will not spare Mamata if after coming to power she takes anti-people policies. I did not want to be an MP. It was because of Mamata's insistence, I finally agreed".