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More than three million Bengalis were killed and half a million Bengali women were raped by Pakistan Military Forces, Biharis, Jamat-I-Islami, Islami Chatra Shangha (Now Islam-I-Chatra Shibir), Muslim League, Nezam-I-Islami Party, Razakars, Al-Shams, Al-Badr, Peace Committee, Muzahid Bahini during the nine months long Liberation War of Bangladesh in 1971.

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Pakistan - Political System in Crisis: Emergence of Bangladesh - SP Varma & Virondra Narain

Pakistan: Political System in Crisis
Emergence of Bangladesh

SP Varma & Virondra Narain

South Asia Study Centre

The break-up of Pakistan in 1971, fortunately, has also marked the emergence of a new nation, with great promise of development. Bangladesh is a homogeneous, well-integrated state, and can be expected to grow as a viable political and economic unit. Based on the concepts of democracy,, socialism, secularism, and national unity, it has passed through an ordeal of suffering and sacrifice unprecedented in history for upholding these ideals, and has started upon her career with strong bonds of friendship with India, the Soviet Union and several other progressive countries of the world.

 - from the Preface