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India, Mujibur Rahman, Bangladesh Liberation & Pakistan - A Political Treatise - Sashanka S. Banerjee

India, Mujibur Rahman, Bangladesh Liberation & Pakistan - A Political Treatise

Sashanka S. Banerjee

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Mujibur Rahman declares the Independence of Bangladesh on 26 March 1971 from the soil of East Pakistan—now Bangladesh—and gives a clarion call for an armed struggle against the Punjabi-dominated Pakistan Army. Transformation of street protests into a revolution. Mujib taken into military custody and moved to the Army General Head Quarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi. Over a million and half people are killed in the genocide. Pakistan Army lets loose its Punjabi soldiers in East Pakistan in a campaign of mass rape of Bengali women, perpetrated in the bunkers and trenches dug in preparation for war in an effort to demotivate the freedom fighters. Mass rape used as an instrument of war by Pakistan Army. A quarter of a million women are victims. The perpetrators of the heinous twin crimes of genocide and mass rape of unfathomable cruelty go unpunished. The unmourned holocaust of Bangladesh. These atrocities create a groundswell of unforgiving bitterness among the Bengalis of the 1971 generation against the Punjabi-dominated Pakistan Army. Ten million refugees in utter destitution pour into India.

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