Saturday, March 20, 2010


Kolkata aaj special wait for the full report
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Bangladesh, .............was...eastern Pakistan Bangladesh because of us. We helped them to fight for their rights.
Inequalities between the two regions i.e. East and West Pakistan soon stirred up a sense of Bengali nationalism that had not been reckoned with during the push for Muslim independence. When the Pakistan government declared that `Urdu and only Urdu' would be the national language, the Bangla-speaking Bengalis decided it was time to assert their cultural identity. The drive to reinstate the Bangla language metamorphosed into a push for self-government and when the Awami League, a nationalistic party, won a majority in the 1971 national elections, the president of Pakistan, faced with this unacceptable result, postponed opening the National Assembly. Riots and strikes broke out in East Pakistan, the independent state of Bangladesh was unilaterally announced, and Pakistan sent troops to quell the rebellion.
The ensuing war was one of the shortest and bloodiest of modern times, with the Pakistan army occupying all major towns, using napalm against villages, and slaughtering and raping villagers. Bangladeshis refer to Pakistan's brutal tactics as attempted genocide. Border clashes between Pakistan and India increased as Indian-trained Bangladeshi guerrillas crossed the border. When the Pakistani air force made a pre-emptive attack on Indian forces, open warfare ensued. Indian troops crossed the border and the Pakistani army found itself being attacked from the east by the Indian army, the north and east by guerrillas and from all quarters by the civilian population. In 11 days it was all over and Bangladesh, the world's 139th country, officially came into existence. Sheikh Mujib, one of the founders of the Awami League, became the country's first prime minister in January 1972 ; he was assassinated in 1975 during a period of crisis
Maulana was known have a Chinese connection and was the leader of pro-Chinese politicians of East pakistan. During the 1965 war between Pakistan and India, Maulana was traceless for some days. It is said that he was flown from Panchbibi, Bogra to china, at the behest of president Field Marshall Ayub Jhan, to secure support of China for Pakistan.
Anti-Indian stance
It is said that Maulana Bhasani considered India a 'difficult' neighbor and occasionally took anti-Indian stance. When after the beginning of the war of liberation in 1971 Bhasani took refuge in India like all opposition political leaders, he was not allowed to participate in any activity. In fact he had to spend the entire period of the liberation war in confinement in Delhi. After returning to Dhaka (on 22 January 1972) his first demand was immediate withdrawal Indian troops from the land of Bangladesh)
Still ,the Pakistan supporters, are active in Bangladesh, and they hate India,.
media group supporting the terrorism from Bangladesh
and these Pakistan supporters feeling themselves defeated and waiting the right time for revenge from India. And they are using the Bangladesh land as well as Indian land, specially the border areas .
Some Indian Business mans and the some media persons, are helping them.
A resent incident., our rail minister put the rail budget and at the last of the Budget speech she used some urdu words , in a usual manner and these cheap publicity seekers( Media houses) made it a news. Is this News? if yes to whom it has to be served?
These media houses and Business man are arrange shelters , money to the east Pakistan supporters . and again the money

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