Swatantra Party was founded in the year 1959 by leaders opposing the socialistic policies of the Congress government. Some of the prominent leaders of the time including C Rajagopalachari, Minoo Masani and N G Ranga collaborated to form a liberal and conservative party. The party stood for market-based economy and the dismantling of the license raj. For God’s Sake Go was published by the Swatantra Party in the year 1966. Swatantra Party MP, MR Masani’s speech delivered in the Lok Sabha on November 2, 1966 during the debate on the No-Confidence Motion, forms the content of this short book. The speech revolves around Masani’s desperate plea to the Congress Party to vacate their position of power, while there is some semblance of administration remaining and to not further destroy the country.