Yes @ananda_krishnan thanks for the pics.
What the main doubt eating my head is, is that, in the entire book Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry by MS Chouhan, they have performed the 1,2-addition on \alpha,\beta unsaturated carbonyls. And the reason they give for that, is the hardness of the R-Mg bond, which will attack only a hard centre, that is the C=O even through a C=C is there at the \alpha,\beta Conjugation.
Even in Cengage too, there it is written that the percentage of 1,4-addition product is 75% while that of 1,2-addition product is 25% most of the times, excluding some extreme cases.
I'm literally bewildered as to whom should I take into account as correct.