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Mukti Bahini

Mukti Bahini (Liberation Army ), also termed as the Freedom Fighters or FFs, collectively refers to the armed organisations who fought against the Pakistan Army during the Bangladesh Liberation War.

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Some information on Biharis. Please read with your own discretion. I do not necessarily agree with all the info provided. Excerpts from "Blood and Tears" Book by Qutubuddin Aziz read book reviews | buy books Looking at the tragic events of March 1971 in retrospect, I must confess that even I, although my press service commanded a sizeable network of district correspondents in the interior of East Pakistan, was not fully aware of the scale, ferocity and dimension of the province-wide massacre of the non-Banglis. I must stress, with all the force and sincerity at my command, that this bock is not intended to be a racist indictment of the Bengalis as a nation. In writing and publishing this book, I am not motivated by any revanchist obsession or a wish to condemn my erstwhile Bengali compatriots as a nation. Just as it is stupid to condemn the great German people for the sins of the Nazis, it would be foolish to blame the Bengali people as a whole for the dark deeds of the Awami League militants and their ac ...
Did Pak army did the genocide in East Pakistan or did Mukti Bahini and RAW slaughtered millions who supported Pakistan? Just as BLA and TTP is doing today, Mukti Bahini are the real murderers. Hear what a Hindu Bengali Indian researcher has to say about the fake stories of genocide. Also hear the traitors within Pakistan barking against Pak army in Bangladesh on behalf of RAW. This is the version you must know to respond to all allegations of genocide against Pak army. Arm yourself with knowledge and humiliate the RAW agents. Even today, TTP and BLA is doing the slaughters and the same traitor media is accusing Pak army. Know your enemy else be ready to TTP/BLA to enter into your homes. It is only Pak army which is protecting our honor. Watch the video :
What the 'Mukti Bahini' began in in '71, the 'Bugti Bahini will finish off in soon. Pakistanis, ti…
Any Pakistani watching the India v Bangladesh is obviously a RAW/Mukti Bahini agent and hence a traitor.
Mukti Bahini Fallacy used by Pakistanis is moral equivalence to justify one-sided and Selective Hindu Genocide by Pak Army in 1971
Of course I fought back being the gung *** young officer I was at the time! E.g., I thought we would give the Indians/Mukti Bahini a... 1/2
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which is true. Most of India's effort was on the western border. Mukti Bahini was mostly on its own in East Pakistan
Since 1980, the Bangladesh Army and the Bengali Muslim settlers had committed 13 major massacres in the Chittgong Hill Tracts (hereafter CHT). Even then massacres were not new in the CHT by then. During the Bangladesh's liberation war against Pakistan, in 1971 the Mukti Bahini (freedom fighters of Bangladesh) perpetrated 3 massacres against the Jumma civilians in the CHT. But it was during the war against Shanti Bahini (the armed resistance of the Jumma people), the Bangladesh Army and the Bangladesh Government stepped up the frequency and intensity of mass murders against innocent civilians. These massacres are executed by systematic planning of the Bangladesh military, often in collaboration with the Bangladeshi settlers to uproot and wipe out the Jumma people from their land. These massacres include only the incidents where large number of people are killed in a single day at a single spot. Large number of People are also killed in military operations of extensive periods in wide areas, those are inclu ...
Shame on our government for ignoring these people! If we can open our doors to 3 million Afghans, why shouldn't we bring 900,000 Stranded Pakistanis back home? Ever wondered how Biharis are treated in Bangladesh? Most of them are living in horrible conditions since Bangladesh refuses to accept them as human beings because they "supported" Pakistan. One of the worst and longest running human rights violations have been the way Bihari treatment in Bangladesh. Over a quarter of a million non-Bengalis (Punjabis, Buddhists and in particular Biharis) were massacred, fled or forced into interment camps during and after 1971. Most Punjabis left to to Pakistan when the racist Awami League government began confiscating land belonging to non-Bengalis. Most Buddhists from the Chittagong Tract Hills migrated to Bhutan. But what happened to the Biharis? The majority of the Biharis in Bangladesh became stateless, but statelessness alone can not explain the suffering of the Biharis during all of 1971 or since the creatio ...
The mukti bahinis of today and the agents of RAW and CIA. © 2012, Shaheen-e-Iqbal Productions, All rights are reserved. For information and interaction: http...
It looks that Pakistan Army is treating GEO-Jang Group as Mukti Bahini, a RAW sponsored group that was...
Not correct.The organization that assisted Mukti Bahini was Special Frontier Force.It has multiple functions.
in 1984 my school teacher who was ex soldier and POW in BD he told us that mukti bahini has slaughter houses to kill soldiers
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I talked to Pakistani Officers who were in East Pakistan during the action they said Mukti Bahini actually were Indian Army boys
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We were in Uniform.Lungi/banyan were used by only those personnel who guided Mukti Bahini.Wef 10 Nov proper ops in Uniform!
Sir Jadeja is our Mukti Bahini. He will relieve the pain of the Bangla deshis with 3 wickets!
India's involvement in Bangladesh Liberation War The Pakistan Army conducted a widespread genocide against the Bengali population of East Pakistan,[36] aimed in particular at the minority Hindu population,[27][37] leading to approximately 10 million[27][38] people fleeing East Pakistan and taking refuge in the neighbouring Indian states.[36][39] The East Pakistan-India border was opened to allow refugees safe shelter in India. The governments of West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura established refugee camps along the border. The resulting flood of impoverished East Pakistani refugees placed an intolerable strain on India's already overburdened economy.[37] General Tikka Khan earned the nickname 'Butcher of Bengal' due to the widespread atrocities he committed.[19] He was previously known as the 'Butcher of Balochistan' for other infamous atrocities he had committed.[40][41][42] General Niazi commenting on his actions noted 'On the night between 25/26 March 1971 General Tikka struck. Peaceful n ...
1971 was indeed a year full of grieves for us as a nation . Tens of thousands of innocent Bengalis would loose their lives. But what about Biharis and non-Bengali speaking population in then East Pakistan who were vulnerable and fell victim to Mukti Bahini's militants? Both Islamabad and Dhaka need to acknowledge their respective crimes. Presently , Why is Bilawal Bhutto silent about the Settlement of stranded Pakistanis ? Why these anti -Imran Khan NGOs never bother to speak about them? Altaf Bhai talks about the sacrifices of stranded Pakistanis too however MQM not even once talked about how Mukti Bahini executed Biharis and other innocent non Bengali Pakistanis. MQM acts like a rational and moderate party by talking about only the atrocities committed by Pakistan Army ( which are true too ) ,but while talking about sacrifices made by Biharis they don't remind about who their tormentors were? What if ( And I fear so) Hasina Wajid's government sets up a concentration camp for stranded Pakistanis?
Killed by Mukti Bahini. That should silence tongues put by India into some Bengali mouths. 2/2
Look what says the new generation to read their history as Mukti Bahini was also involved.
GoodMorning ALL.Tight hug to All 'Mukti Bahini' in '71 & Tight slap to Pakistani military who did genocide in name of Operation Searchlight
Yes there is Its name was 'Mukti Bahini' who did "undo the creation of Pakistan." Wait 4 the 'Bugti Bahini' to finish off.
Mukti Bahini does not get enough mention in India they truly deserve, It was Mukti Bahini that won the War for Bangladesh
Bangladesh Genocide Archive 1971 Freedom Fighters :The total number of Freedom Fighters during Bangladesh War of Liberation was not recorded anywhere. “You remember us for only two or three days in a year. Rest of our time is spent on this floor — in turmoil and illness.” – A war veteran of the war of independence of Bangladesh. Mukti Bahini or Liberation Army, also termed as the “Freedom Fighters” was a guerrilla force which fought against the Pakistan Army during the Bangladesh War of Independence in 1971.Headed by Colonel Muhammad Ataul Gani Osmani, a retired Pakistani Army officer, this band was raised as Mujib’s action arm and security force before assuming the character of a conventional guerrilla force. After the declaration of independence, the Pakistani military sought to quell them, but increasing numbers of Bengali soldiers defected to the underground “Bangladesh Army”. These Bengali units slowly merged into the Mukti Bahini and bolstered their weaponry. On April 12, 1971 Colo ...
A freedom fighter’s tale   Nineteen seventy-one left an indelible impression on all Bengalis as indiscriminate massacre, destruction and personal experiences intertwined inextricably. The book combines personal recollections, key historical events, and commentary, in lucid and simple language. Pakistan’s history leading up to 1971 is described through the eyes of a young student. First-hand description of the crackdown highlights how the author and his family cope with the army’s brutality. There is a fairly elaborate description of the early days of the Mukti Bahini, its trials and tribulations and how ordinary civilians were turned into guerilla fighters in a matter of weeks. Published by University Press Limited, Bittersweet Victory: A Freedom Fighter’s Tale by A Qayyum Khan is the story of a freedom fighter. The dramatic accounts of engagements by the combatants of Sector 7 make the battlefield come alive. The book highlights the exceptional role played by Prime Minister Tajuddin Ahmed, an un ...
India's Iron Lady Mrs Indira Gandhi, in this interview, explains why India stepped forward to stop the genocide of Bengalis in what was then East Pakistan by a rapacious, murderous and pillaging Pakistani Army in 1971. The world watched silently as unspeakable horrors were let loose by the Pakistani Army. Mrs Gandhi travelled from capital to capital pleading for help to stop the genocide. None came forward to help. Undeterred, Mrs Gandhi stood by the Bengalis, opening India's border to tens of thousands of refugees and sending the Indian Army to confront Gen A A K Niazi's blood-thirsty army. The Liberation War of Bangladesh ended with the fall of Dhaka and Gen Niazi surrendering to the Indian Army. The Mukti Bahini led the liberation war from the front. The Indian Army boosted their morale and Mrs Gandhi's courage in the face of global adversity and hostility kept their spirit high. Listen to India's Iron Lady defend India's position on the Liberation War of Bangladesh. Joy Bangla.
Raw: Kgb Agent Who Orchestraed Break Up Of East Pakistan - posted in Pakistani Military & Strategic Discussion Forum: This is explosive! This former KGB agent who orchestraed break up of East Pakistan and created Mukti Bahini gangs spills the beans here. East Pakistan was not a popular Bengali u...
This is a picture from 1971 of Bengali nationalist terrorists publicly executing non-Bengalis, while Bengalis all around look on in amusement. This is something the Indian media (as well as the criminal gang of racist traitors that calls itself the Government of Bangladesh) refuse to accept. The sheer ignorance of that grisly episode of history in 1971 should be exposed to the Pakistani public. Many Biharis, Punjabis and other non-Bengalis were brutally murdered by Mukti Bahini, as it wanted to "cleanse" East Pakistan to create an ethnically pure Bengali state. This is something Bangladeshis would rather hide than accept and to this day the obnoxious swarm of racist mass-murderers, that calls itself the Bangladeshi government, treats non-Bengali Pakistanis left behind in East Pakistan like animals living without even the basic rights of a human being (over 3 million "stranded Pakistanis" live in Bangladesh today). Before we go on any further, we'd like to make it clear! We have no urge to take back East P ...
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Tragedy of East Pakistan: Hero of Bangladesh’s Independence and a Book by Orya Maqbool Jan It is not known if this person is even alive or not, but the reward of capturing him is even greater than that of Osama bin Laden. He is being searched for everywhere. No one knows about his whereabouts, a cave in a mountain, a corner in a dense jungle, a small flat in a skyscraper in a big city, no one knows where he resides. He was one of the three Army officers who crossed the border of Pakistan into India near Bahawalnagar. Indian Army high command welcomed them warmly; Indira Gandhi herself signed the papers for this persons political asylum. Why he is today the most wanted person in Bangladesh. I met this wheatish complexioned beautiful young man when he was a diplomat. It was a sudden meeting and in this foreign country my only introduction was that I was a Pakistani. This was the introduction which had unhealed the wounds of the past. This Army officer who trained the Mukti Bahini militants and who was cal ...
Kapil Dev, the Former Captain and legendary All-rounder of Indian Cricket Team on 18 December 2013 selected for the BCCI’s prestigious Col. CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement award for the year 2013. = The Union Government appointed Harsh Kumar Bhanwala as the Chairman of the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) for a period of five years. Prior to this appointment, Bhanwala was an Executive Director at India Infrastructure Finance Company Ltd (IIFCL), a state-owned infrastructure lender. Bhanwala succeeds Prakash Bakshi, who retired as NABARD Chairman in September 2013. = Vijay Diwas was observed on 16 December 2013 across the Nation to celebrate the India’s military victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war. Vijay Diwas commemorates the victory of the Indian Armed Forces and the Mukti Bahini in the Indo-Pak war which culminated in the liberation of Bangladesh, then East Pakistan, on 16 December 1971 and the historic surrender of over 93000 Pakistani soldiers. = Peter O’ Toole, the ...
We can not forget East Pakistan = East Pakistan now Bengladesh was legal and internationally recognised part of Pakistan. It was separated in 1971 from us through indian and international powers conspiracy. India not only spread lies, twisted facts, exaggerated figures of murdering, killing and rape incidents but also did military intervention at the end. Indian Army, Awami League traitors and Mukti Bahini terrorists not only attacked West Pakistani troops but they also slaughtered hundreds of thousands innocent West Pakistani civilians, beharis and pakistan loving bengalis. To break pakistan by spreading propaganda, hate, lies, fake stories of exploitation of East Pakistan resources was an international crime. Pakistan at that time could not defend its eastern part due to many factors. But now Alhamdolillah we are big military and atomic power in the world. We can take back our eastern part and punish the traitors of Awami League(A branch of Congress in East Pakistan) and terrorists of Mukti bahini. We h ...
Multiple arguments have been presented against the hanging of Abdul Qadir Mulla in Bangladesh by my Pakistani friends. Some issues have been raised by Harris Butt and Sultan Hamdani who both say they have been to Bangladesh or have relatives and they know the situation better. It is true that I have never been to Bangladesh and that I am against Jamaat-e-Islami and its politics. But this discussion is not about me or you or Jamaat-e-Islami - it is about principles. I'll address the points they (and Pakistani media) are raising: 1. The rebels (Mukti Bahini) were the real rapists and murderers. A civil war is never civilized. They didn't win their War of Independence because they were better people, but because we were worse. We tried to treat equal citizens as a colony and they fought our oppression. Mukti Bahini committed atrocities beyond forgiveness, but we were the original oppressors drunk on power who thought that our 'might' will crush their spirit. We failed. To shift responsibility for our 'origin ...
Background (INDO-PAKISTANI WAR OF 1971) Main articles: Bangladesh Liberation War, Mukti Bahini, and 1971 Bangladesh atrocities The Indo-Pakistani conflict was sparked by the Bangladesh Liberation War, a conflict between the traditionally dominant West Pakistanis and the majority East Pakistanis.[14] The Bangladesh Liberation War ignited after the 1970 Pakistani election, in which the East Pakistani Awami League won 167 of 169 seats in East Pakistan and secured a simple majority in the 313-seat lower house of the Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament of Pakistan). Awami League leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman presented the Six Points to the President of Pakistan and claimed the right to form the government. After the leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, refused to yield the premiership of Pakistan to Mujibur, President Yahya Khan called the military, dominated by West Pakistanis, to suppress dissent.[30][31] Mass arrests of dissidents began, and attempts were made to disarm East Pakistani soldiers ...
Worth a Thousand Words: Bina D’Costa Tracked Down the Australian Doctor Who Performed Late-Term Abortions on 1971 Rape Survivors. Image Credit: Flickr. The post- Liberation War generation of Bangladesh know stories from 1971 all too well. Our families are framed and bound by the history of this war. What Bangladeshi family has not been touched by the passion, famine, murders and blood that gave birth to a new nation as it seceded from Pakistan? Bangladesh was one of the only successful nationalist movements post-Partition. Growing up, stories of the Mukti Bahini, (Bengali for “Freedom Fighter”), were the stories that raised us. My mother told me in 1971, you would send out the men in your family to look in large public parks for the bodies of loved ones who had “disappeared,” picked up by Pakistani soldiers. Despite the endless killings and torture, she still says, “There was a feeling in the air that you could do anything. Everyone knew Independence was only a matter of time.” But the one t ...
The Soviet Union supported Bangladesh and Indian armies, as well as the Mukti Bahini during the war, recognising that the independence of Bangladesh would weaken the position of its rivals – the United States and China. It gave assurances to India that if a confrontation with the United States or China developed, the USSR would take countermeasures. This was enshrined in the Indo-Soviet friendship treaty signed in August 1971. The Soviets also sent a nuclear submarine to ward off the threat posed by USS Enterprise in the Indian Ocean. At the end of the war, the Warsaw Pact countries were among the first to recognise Bangladesh. The Soviet Union accorded recognition to Bangladesh on 25 January 1972. The United States delayed recognition for some months, before according it on 8 April 1972.
Why Bangladesh Propagates against ISI? Posted by Belharvi Having pro-Indian tilt, since Bangladesh’s Awami League came into power, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajid has started a deliberate propaganda campaign against Pakistan, its army and especially Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). In this context, on the direction of India, unlike the past years, a ceremony was held in Dhaka on March 24, 2013, with full pump and show to honour ‘Foreign Friends of Bangladesh Award,’ in relation to the crisis which led to the separation of East Pakistan in 1971. For this purpose, several foreign friends who included various institutions and media anchors from various countries, particularly India were invited. Besides other renowned persons, the recipients of awards from Pakistan were mainly those personalities whose deceased fathers had opposed army action in the East Pakistan and had totally ignored the Indian supported secessionist movement led by Mukti Bahini. Notably, on the instruction of New Delhi, in Dec ...
you are admiring that india helps mukti bahini to make bangladesh. As all world know the role of india at that time in 1971.
s the LoC attack part of America's plan B? January 16, 2013 16:34 IST The US will be secretly happy if Pakistan is forced to fight on two fronts (Indian and Afghan) in 2014, says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). Click here! 'Terror struck into the hearts of the enemies is not only a means, it is the end itself,' Brigadier S K Malik writes in Quranic Concept of War, a virtual textbook for the Pakistani military doctrine. The desecration of an Indian soldier's body by Pakistanis should come as no surprise. Have we forgotten what the Pakistanis did to Captain Saurabh Kalia in Kargil in 1999? Pakistan has a history of desecration of dead Indian soldiers even during the 1965 war. Barbaric behaviour by the Pakistanis is neither new nor a planned strategy, it is their habit! But that still leaves open the question: Why now? It is this that opens up intriguing possibilities. By all accounts relations between India and Pakistan were on the upswing, thanks to the perpetual sway of the 'peace at any (mostly our) cost' ...
'The big operations are always done by the Indians ... And then they call it a Mukti Fauj "victory". It isn't that we are ungrateful. But it is our war and our land, we want to do it ourselves'. -Bengali volunteer to the rebel cause, to British-Bengali journalist of The Guardian, August 1971. 'The propaganda machine worked hard and to good effect. Dressed in lungi and rifle in hand, the Mukti Bahini guerrilla became an instant hero . The news-hungry press swallowed claims of fictitious successes which were widely believed'. -Maj. Gen. Lachhman Singh, Indian Army Dead Reckoning - Sarmila Bose
Mukti Bahini were terrorists too at one pt for us.We wanted to crush them. Alter options considered treasonous
A SALUTE ... FROM DEPTH, WITHIN THE HEART ... TRULY INSPIRATIONAL . !!! MUST READ: The man who cut off his own leg, was repaired by a Pakistani surgeon in the midst of a war against Pakistan, and has yet not thanked that surgeon: the story of Major General Ian Cardozo who opened up the way for persons with disability to serve in the fighting arms of the Indian Army. Major General Ian Cardozo was a young major in the 5 Gorkha Rifles in the 1971 war with Pakistan. In a swift military offensive, India defeated Pakistan within 13 days, liberated a region and led to the creation of Bangladesh. In the war, the then Major Cardozo stepped on a landmine and had to cut off his badly wounded leg with his own khukri. Yet, through sheer will power and determination, he did not let his disability come in the way of his duty as a soldier and went on to become the first disabled officer in the Indian Army to command an infantry battalion and a brigade. Awarded a Sena Medal for gallantry, General Cardozo spoke to Claude A ...
Journey From One Den of Criminals to the Others: 100 Workers of Mukti Bahini(MQM) Join PPP
Americans were so impressed by the Indian intelligence support to the Mukti Bahini and the subsequent 14-day...
Americans were so impressed by support to the Mukti Bahini & 14-day Liberation war that Ops was taught to West Point Cadets
Pakistan is playing towards an endgame; in contrast, India reacts in knee-jerk fashion, rather than catching Pakistani action before the effect… …a proxy war by Pakistan in two Indian provinces merely affects less than 10% of all Indian provinces, a proxy war by India in two Pakistani provinces can affect 40% of Pakistan. …the effect of proxy wars on the Pakistani economy can be much more to Pakistan than a proxy war on India by Pakistan. In 1971, the Mukti Bahini had rebels in large numbers, and received a large volume of Indian military supplies, advisors, and Bengali soldiers from the Indian Army, thus reinforcing the numerical size of the rebel army However, Pakistan had about one corps plus two divisions spread over all parts of Bangladesh to suppress all uprisings in all parts of East Pakistan, thereby demonstrating Pakistani resolve to hold on to East Pakistan, thereby fulfilling requisite 3 above. But then, as anyone can understand, without Indian military action that invaded East Pakistan . ...
OPERATION BANGLADESH: Indian Army played a significant role in liberating Bangladesh, but the covert operations of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) at the time remain buried in secret archives of the agency. Two top spies—R N Kao and K Sankaran Nair—played a major role, supported by the political establishment, in cultivating assets to form a guerrilla unit. Kao recruited thousands of refugees in March 1971 to penetrate the Pak army and civil authorities as a diversionary tactic while the Indian Army readied for the final assault. They were trained by RAW and Indian paramilitary forces and named Mukti Bahini. Under Kao’s guidance, a provisional Government of Bangladesh was formed in exile on April 14, 1971, in Calcutta and the name of the Capital was given as Mujib Nagar. A radio station, Free Bengal Betar Kendra, was established to instigate the East Pakistan population. Another guerrilla outfit, Kader Bahini, led by Abdul Kader Siddique, was also trained by RAW. WARNING ON MUJIB KILLING: Days ...
Manmohan Singh you went complaining to US President Barack Obama against Pakistan. Now read the statement of US Secretary of Defence Senator Chuck Hagel and decide for yourself isn't India the epicentre of terrorism in the whole region? And by the way Mr. MMS who used Mukti Bahini for dismembering Pakistan and whose army was exposed recently by the UK media for committing genocide during Hyderabad invasion? Statement of US SOD. Hagel in a talk on Afghanistan at the Cameron University in Oklahoma in 2011 said that India has been using Afghanistan as a second front against Pakistan. “India has over the years financed problems for Pakistan on that side of the border, and you can carry that into many dimensions.”
The Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 demonstrated the inadequacies of the existing border management system and led to the formation of the Border Security Force as a unified central agency with the specific mandate of guarding India's international boundaries. The BSF was the brain child of its founding father Sh KF Rustamji, the first Director General of BSF. Till 1965 India’s borders with Pakistan were manned by the State Armed Police Battalion. Pakistan attacked Sardar Post, Chhar Bet and Beria Bet on April 9, 1965 in Kutch. This exposed the inadequacy of the State Armed Police to cope with armed aggression due to which the Government of India felt the need for a specialized centrally controlled Border Security Force, which would be armed and trained to man the International Border with Pakistan. As a result of the recommendations of the Committee of Secretaries, the Border Security Force came into existence on Dec 1, 1965 with K F Rustamji as its first Director General. The BSF's capabilities were used i ...
Shaheens, after we take over Deheli, this will be our greater Pakistan Name- Bade khitte ka naam Pakistan hoga Radio- Radio Pakistan Deheli ki awaz aayegi Capital- Lal Qila Deheli Financial Capital- Hira Mandi Lahore Currency- Golden Asharfi Language- Arabic for Syeds, Persian for Quraish, Urdu for rest of Umma, Hindi for Baniya, Bengali for Mukti Bahini ke retired gunde Animal- Tie b/w Pooka and Ansar Abbasi (our donkey for Ghawa e Hind). Perhaps we will make them fight after Ghazwa. Martyred one will be our national animal. Winner will be stoned to death for killing national animal. Bird- Green colored eagle with map of greater Pakistan on wings Sport- Plant and run, Hide and slit Political model- Patriotic technocratic Pakistan se pyar karne vaale... Poet- Ek-bal Sainsdan- Aagha Waqar Tourist place- Hindukush, Waziristan
Last Day ‘Indian weapons’. Tomorrow, ‘Indian flags’, ‘Hindi Language learning books’, ‘M. K. Gandhi/ Indira Gandhi/ Mujib/ Col. Osmani’s speech record & photos’ etc might be discovered. In 1971 Pakistan Army used to ‘seized’ these type of materials from Mukti Bahini hideouts inside East Pakistan ! . Once again conspiracy of amry general against its own people..it seems MQM a silly party keeping illegal arms…Indian in its public office….this is the standard of thinking of Brig.and Gen…this the reason we have never won a war…now these forces are ready to surrender to TTP….The D.G. of Ranger should be sent to Waziristan where he will discover,more Indian arms
RSS/BJP/VHP Axis of Evil Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on September 25, 2013 - 6:56am. SAFFRON TERRORISM Indian Muslims need to fight a long war against intolerance and hatred fostered by fascist RSS and its affiliates. Terror is an age old weapon of Hindutva terrorists. Now as Dalits are rising economically and politically due to reservations in education and jobs, desparate Brahmins are increasingly venting their frustration on defenseless minorities. Throughout history of Indian continent, Brahmins who could not prevail either by persuasion or by example have resorted to maligning Islam and the Indian Muslims through their terror militant organizations / outfits and splinter groups with criminal background operating under the guise of social organizations namely RSS, Bajrang Dal, Shiva Sena, Mukti Bahini, etc., and in many instances by insinuating the low caste Hindu mobs against Muslims. Although they have caused large scale harm to Muslims financially, physically and psychologically they fail ...
As I read many comments by all of you in the context of China, India and Pakistan I must say that just like there are many emotions between "Love" and "Hate", similarly nations have many levels of relationship between "Absolute Peace" and "War"; no nation wants war, wars happens when "balance of power" shifts conclusively in the favor of one nation or its bloc; India has always been bigger and stronger but the only time it picked up a war of choice was in 1971 when the outcome was clearly in her favor; whereas China has this burgeoning trade relationship with India, (mainly to keep India engaged and to prevent it from becoming an American lackey) its strategic needs -including its future Energy routes - lie within Pakistan; this becomes more and more important as India falls more and more into the US orbit...China and its allies are weaker and the US is trying to tighten the nooze around China through the "Pivot to Asia" policy and unless that policy changes (and India has no control in determining this; ...
Bangladesh Liberation War, 1971 Main article: Bangladesh Liberation War On March 25, the Pakistan Army launched a campaign calculated to intimidate the Bengalis into submission. Within hours a wholesale attack had commenced in Dhaka, with the heaviest casualties concentrated on the University of Dhaka and the Hindu area of the old town. The Pakistan Army came with hit lists and systematically killed several hundred Bengalis. Mujib was captured and flown to West Pakistan for incarceration.[4] To conceal what they were doing, the Pakistan Army corralled the corps of foreign journalists at the International Hotel in Dhaka, seized their notes, and expelled them the next day. One reporter[who?] who escaped the censor net estimated that three battalions of troops—one armored, one artillery, and one infantry—had attacked the virtually defenceless city. Various informants[who?], including missionaries and foreign journalists who clandestinely returned to East Pakistan during the war, estimated that by March 2 ...
Went to a memorial meeting for an old friend Vice Admiral Mihir Roy, one of the Navy's earliest aviators and who commanded a squadron of Alizes on the Vikrant. He was later the Captain of the carrier. As DNI in 1971 he helped organize the Mukti Bahini. In 1984 he negotiated the lease of the nuclear submarine, Chakra, and was instrumental in its commissioning. He also oversaw the induction of the Illyusin and Tupelov long range surveillance and ASW aircraft. VADM Roy was the first head of the ATV project, the fruit of which is the SSBN INS Arihant. A man of many talents indeed. After retirement he was active in thinktank circles and was a long time votary of Japan-Indian maritime co-operation. He was always soft spoken and ever courteous. He spoke Tamil fluently and had his early education in Vellore. When I told hIm It was my mothers home town and where the ancestral home was, he told and me how he used to pass my grandfathers huge house on Officers Road on the way to school and used to wonder who lIved I ...
Sharmila Bose ...author of "dead reckoning" brings comprehensive well investigated un-revealed facts of 1971 war...she has challenged decades old myths and proved those false...India hates her
***Paragraph: My Home Town - The name of my home town is Sylhet. It was first formed in 1782 during British rule. It is one of the oldest district in north-east of Bangladesh. The area of Sylhet district is 3490.40 sruare kilometres. It is not only a district but also a division. There are four districts under Sylhet division. It is famous for the production of tea and orange. The rivers of Surma and Kusiara flow by this town. There are many important places in and around this town. Sylhet is the home of some famous persons. The commandar-in-chief of Mukti Bahini MAG Osmani, singer and composer Hason Raja and many others are from Sylhet. I am very proud of my home towm. ~ ©by s.goon. v.v.i. for the PSC Examine.
Some fascists in Pak think they have right to issue edicts who is Muslim and who is loyal Pakistani. This idiotic attitude resulted in fall of E Pak; and many of Pak problems are directly related to this illogical policy, but *** don’t want to change this policy and harm Pakistan and the entire region.
That is a lesson they learnt in Bangladesh from India. India armed the Mukti Bahini for insurgency.
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Today Balochistan is targeted by Endian Agents.Paid Baluchi people.. Israeli funding and Russian support...At this critical moment we need to stay vigilant and keep a watch on these elements who create rift between Pakistani nation.Pakistan Zindabad
Lieutenant General Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi Lieutenant General Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi HJ, MC ,(1915 – 2 February 2004), was a 3-Star rank army general officer in the Pakistan Army, and a commander of Pakistan Armed Forces in the East Pakistan who, in 1971, as a Lieutenant General, was in charge of Eastern contingent of the Pakistani Army during the 1971 Indo-Pakistani War. He is held responsible by some within the Pakistan Military for having surrendered his forces of nearly 93,000 men to the joint forces of India and Mukti Bahini (Bangladesh Forces) at a time when joint forces were preparing to lay siege on Dhaka and thus, bringing to close the Liberation War. General Niazi had, however, always insisted that he had acted according to the orders of the West-Pakistan Military High Command. Following the war, Niazi was made a scapegoat and blamed for much of Pakistan’s massive human rights violations in Bangladesh (he was personally indicted of smuggling and rape by the Hamoodur-Rehman commission) as ...
Pakistanis and Mukti bahini both did wrong. like MB killed 100s of biharis. we should bring all to justice.
National Media Award to 2 women-only community radios Mukti FM Butwal and Didi Bahini FM Parbat. Proud to have served in jury.
The Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 was a military conflict between India and Pakistan. Indian, Bangladeshi and international sources consider the beginning of the war to be Operation Chengiz Khan, Pakistan's 3 December 1971 preemptive strike on 11 Indian airbases.[21][22] Lasting just 13 days it is cons...
Rape of Dhaka University students in 1971 “ …..Some army officer raided the Rokeya Hall, the girls’ hostel of Dacca University, on October 7, 1971. Accompanied by five soldiers, Major Aslam had first visited the hostel on October 3, and asked the lady superintendent to supply some girls who could sing and dance at a function to be held in Tejgaon Cantonment. The superintendent told him that most of the girls had left the hostel after the disturbances and only 40 students were residing but as a superintendent of a girls’ hostel she should not allow them to go to the cantonment for this purpose. Dissatisfied, Major Aslam went away. Soon after the superintendent informed a higher army officer in the cantonment, over the telephone, of the Major’ s mission. However, on October 7, at about 8 p.m. Major Aslam and his men raided the hostel. The soldiers broke open the doors, dragged the girls out and stripped them before raping and torturing them in front of the helpless superintendent. The entire thing ...
MURLI MUNAWAR LAL who led terrorist brigade AL BADAR and AL-SHAMS of his own JAMAT-E-HARAMEE to martyr 3 million innocent MUSLIM who opted for PAKISTAN against the wishes of his BEHNOY MODOODI
The perfect response to all those *** who ask us heretics such ludicrous questions - "How can you be good without God?" & "If you don't believe in any religion, from where do you derive your morality & sense of ethics from?" “If you ask anyone, what is morality based on? These are the two factors that always come out: One is reciprocity, … a sense of fairness, and the other one is empathy and compassion. Atheism will need to be combined with something else, something more constructive than its opposition to religion, to be relevant to our lives. The only possibility is to embrace morality as natural to our species." — Frans de Waal (Dutch primatologist and ethologist)
Liberation War of Bangladesh Our liberation is the greatest achievement in our national life. The War of Liberation of Bangladesh took place in the history in 1971. We had been under Pakistani rule for twenty five years. The Pakistani rulers and their vested interest group began to treat East Pakistan as a colony gof West Pakistan. Therefore, under the leadership of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, a violent mass movement was launched against the autocrats of the West Pakistan. Subsequently, the Awami League won a landslide victory at the election of the National Assembly of Pakistan held in December 1970. Thus Bangabandhu acquired the right to form the government of Pakistan with his absolute majority in the parliament. Despite having absolute majority, Awami League could not ascend to power due to Yahia-Bhutto conspiracy. With the plea of discussion with Bangabandhu, President Yahia Khan began to collect arms and ammunitions from West Pakistan. Having taken all preparations, Yahia flew to Rawalpindi a ...
Bangladesh Liberation War, 1971 By: Alburuj Razzaq Rahman 9th Grade, Metro High School, Columbus, Ohio The Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971 was for independence from Pakistan. India and Pakistan got independence from the British rule in 1947. Pakistan was formed for the Muslims and India had a majority of Hindus. Pakistan had two parts, East and West, which were separated by about 1,000 miles. East Pakistan was mainly the eastern part of the province of Bengal. The capital of Pakistan was Karachi in West Pakistan and was moved to Islamabad in 1958. However, due to discrimination in economy and ruling powers against them, the East Pakistanis vigorously protested and declared independence on March 26, 1971 under the leadership of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. But during the year prior to that, to suppress the unrest in East Pakistan, the Pakistani government sent troops to East Pakistan and unleashed a massacre. And thus, the war for liberation commenced. The Reasons for war Both East and West Pakistan remained u ...
Ever since I came back from Dhaka on 12th April this year, I have been opening my mailbox every morning with a feeling of excitement and anticipation, confident that there will be a mail from Bang...
Hey Pakistanis!! Uncle Zardari didnt kill you. We will!
Sheikh Mujib ur Rehman release and events on January 8, 1972 On 16 December 1971, the allied forces of the Indian Army and the Mukti Bahini defeated the West Pakistani forces deployed in the East. The resulting surrender was the largest in number of prisoners of war since World War II. Upon assuming the presidency after Yahya Khan's resignation, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto responded to intense international pressure and released Mujib on January 8, 1972. After his release he was then flown to London where he met with British Prime Minister Edward Heath and addressed the international media. The Sheikh, was the leader of the Awami League, the party which won a landslide electoral victory in East Pakistan by promising Independence for the region, to be called Bangladesh. Mujib then flew to New Delhi on a Royal Air Force plane given by the British government to take him back to Dhaka. In New Delhi, he was received by Indian President Varahagiri Venkata Giri and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi as well as the entire Indi ...
The soldiers who killed shk Mujib were Mukti Bahini, and the new leader an AL minister.
Dhaka 1971 - A column of Mukti Bahini walk through the village near Dhaka
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Shame that a nation which supported Mukti Bahini has no inclination to support the Uprising. No mention in the media.
and mukti bahini were cute lil kids that went to India for picnic and then returned home to have some rest??
We r over eager to blame ourselves for everything.Indian trained Mukti Bahini was much larger than our 92000 disciplined army.
On this date in history, March 3: • March 3, 1971 Beginning of Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 and India's official entry to the Bangladesh Liberation War in support of Mukti Bahini • March 3, 1971 South African Broadcasting Corp lifts its ban on the Beatles • March 3, 1971 Winnie Mandela sentenced to 1 year in jail in South Africa • March 3, 1972 "Sculpted figures of Jefferson Davis, Robert E Lee, & Stonewall Jackson are completed at Stone Mountain GA" • March 3, 1972: Harry Nilsson's album Nilsson Schmilsson is certified gold • March 3, 1973: Slade's original version of *** On Feel The Noize" becomes the first song since the Beatles to debut at in the UK. • March 3, 1973: At this year's Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, the George Harrison-led benefit disc The Concert For Bangla Desh is awarded Album of the Year, while Roberta Flack's "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" wins Song and Record of the Year. Harry Nilsson wins Best Pop Vocal for "Without You," while Helen Reddy wins three awards for . ...
It is high time that the International Civil Society, Islamic Governments, OIC , Human Rights Watch and leaders of Public Opinion all around the world urge Bangladesh Government to stop this genocide of Muslims in Bangla desh.It is sheer inhuman vendetta against a people whose only crime is being true patriots of that country - Pakistan in 1971-i.e prior to partition of Pakistan and creation of Bangladesh. Traitors at that time, if any , were Mukti Bahini and not Jamaat Islaami.Ms. Hina Rabbani Khar - where are you?
I spoke to an Indian Army veteran of Bangladesh Liberation War. He says he and armynen wore lungi and fought as Mukti Bahini.
Mohi Ahmed World is moving forward but we as a Bangladeshi nation are still in 1971. Recently, our economy is going upward compared to other neighbouring countries. This is the time to move on. World is ready to invest in Bangladesh. I am acknowledged about what happened in the 1971 liberation War. Pakistani Govt tried to keep as together as a part of Pakistan but we separated from them as an independent country. Obviously, they tried to suppress us in some extent. Many political issues were involved that time. When War took place Pakistani Army did so many injustices to us. Those things can happen to any war. This is also a part of the war. If Bangladeshi armies were attacking Pakistan, perhaps our army would do same thing to the civilians. I heard from many witnesses that after end of the liberation war Mukti Bahini also started looting and even raping to some families. So, now whatever action you take either killing or fighting for any political party or, against any political party, actually ruining y ...
Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh in Wikipedia : The Jamaat-e-Islami was founded in pre-partition India by Syed Ab'ul Ala Maududi in 1941. Maulana Maududi moved to Pakistan from India after independence and the current party in Bangladesh originated out of the East Pakistan wing of the party. However, Jamaat had opposed the creation of a Pakistan as a separate state for the Muslims of India. While persisting in his Anti-Pakistan ideology, Maududi wrote in one of his books, *"If we have ever uttered a single word in the favor of creation of Pakistan, it must be proved with references." That is why Jamat-e-Islami also did not support the Muslim League, the largest Muslim party, in the core election of 1946. Again Jamaat collaborated with the Pakistan Army to unsuccessfully prevent the independence of Bangladesh in 1971, Jamaat was banned after victory of Mukti Bahini and its top leaders fled to West Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman , first president of Bangladesh also cancelled the citizenship of Golam Azam, the le ...
Ghulam Azam (Bengali: গোলাম আযম; born. 7 November 1922) is a retired Bangladeshi Islamist political leader. He was the Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh until 2000.[1] Azam, whose political thought was significantly influenced by Syed Abul Ala Maududi, opposed the independence of Bangladesh before and during the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War.[2][3] He led the formation of the Shanti Committee, Razakar and Al-Badr to thwart the Mukti Bahini that fought for the independence of Bangladesh.[4] On 11 January 2012, he was arrested on charges of committing war crimes in Bangladesh Liberation War by the International Crimes Tribunal (Bangladesh).[5][6] The tribunal rejected the bail plea to Azam noting that there were formal charges against Azam which it had taken cognisance of.[7][8][9][10] Background Ghulam Azam was born in 7 November 1922 in Dhaka. His father was Golam Kabir and mother Sayeda Ashrafunnisa. He attended a Madrasa in his village of Birgaon (Comilla district) and completed his s ...
One wonders how Mr Fatah got around do writing for the Karachi Sun, claiming massacring Pakistanis with the Mukti Bahini in the 70s
Bangladesh's Tahiri Square was mind blowing - amazingly a big number gathered there. I, however, cannot accept their TOTALITARIAN view of COMPELLING the court to do, as they demand. This is not Rule of Law. This is not democracy. Bangladesh cannot go back to a system of dictatorship of the people & suffer another 4 decades. We want a LIBERAL democracy where LAWS must be above anyone, any majority, any party, any movement, or any government. The court shall not be controlled, influenced, or dictated.
Genocide in Bangladesh, 1971 Summary The mass killings in Bangladesh (then East Pakistan) in 1971 vie with the annihilation of the Soviet POWs, the
War of liberation is a shameful description.A.Quader Molla only 20 years at the time of rebellion.Mukti Bahini the real criminals.
and what abt ur stmt tht only mukti Bahini fighters were killed during 71? that doesnt need backing up?
but I guess the same stds dont apply for "secular" claims like only Mukti Bahini fighters were targeted by Pak
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Jammat called dawn to dusk hartal tomorrow. Also threaten to call continuous hartal if the verdict in ICT against Jamat leader Kader Mollah seem to be vindictive.
and Mukti Bahini(Freedom Fighter).We were democratically elected in a free and fair election what they said before but supported Pk
Wonder why , Arnab always let Pak panellists' allegation of India intruding E Pakistan, training Mukti Bahini go uncontested.
Abul Kalam Azad was a Pakistani who stood by his homeland when India and the Awami League/Mukti Bahini terror...
They say that to understand the present, you’ve got to go back to the past. In this piece, that is just what I am about to do. So rewind to the Shillong of the early seventies. What could be exciting for a small town girl in those years? It wasn’t just doll weddings, hopscotch and going berry – hunting at tiffin break. The war clouds were looming and one saw olive green trucks thundering past, carrying soldiers, each moustached face grim in anticipation of death. In the Indo-Pak war radio broadcasts Dad listened to, there were terse bulletins that crackled with a sense of impending doom. Some words like Mukti Bahini, Dacca and Sheikh Mujibur Rehman were endlessly repeated. There was, of course, no television then. On some nights, when the air raid sirens went off, people switched off their lights and waited for the bombs, crouched on the floor. Over a darkened and cowering town, we saw  enemy planes flying past, with twinkling lights and a low drone.   We won the war. We knew some of the brave men ...
Gen. Subeg Singh prepared Mukti Bahini bt he shot badly by d in 1984. now wat vil be d end of Gen.Bikram Singh?
1970s Khomeini returns to Iran after 14 years exile on February 1, 19791970: A rebellion in Guinea by what its government identified as Portuguese agents. 1970–1971: Black September in Jordan 1971: The Bangladesh Liberation War led by the Mukti Bahini establishes the independent People's Republic of Bangladesh from the former East Pakistan. 1972: A revolution in Benin. 1972: A military-led revolution against the civilian government of President Philibert Tsiranana in the Malagasy Republic; a Marxist faction takes power in 1975 under Didier Ratsiraka, modeled on the North Korean juche theory developed by Kim Il Sung. 1973: Mohammad Daud Khan overthrows the monarchy and establishes a republic in Afghanistan. 1973: Worker-student demonstrations in Thailand force dictator Thanom Kittikachorn and two close associates to flee the country, beginning a short period of democratic constitutional rule. 1974: A revolution in Ethiopia. 1974: The Carnation Revolution overthrows of right-wing dictatorship in Portugal. ...
Dirty Indian Politics: Indian dirty politic which led India and Pakistan war in 1971 then infiltrated East Pakistan with Mukti Bahini, was formed on March 25, 1971, with the intention of breaking Pakistan. It starte with the hijacking Indian Airlines by Kasmir National Liberation Front (JKNLF) requeste by Kasmiri leaders Maqbool Bhat to Ashraf and Hashim Qureshi who was in late teens in 1970, hijacked the plane in the airspace over to Jammu and Kashmir then to Lahore airport and lighting with fire, none of the 32 passengers were hurt. Qureshi then got arrested and sectenced for 19 years imprisonment by Pakistani Special Court. Looking at the facts there was no involvement of Pakistan in true sense, but seeing the Pakistan's political chaos took advantage to intervene in East Pakistan by using Mukti Bahimi to help Mujibur Rehman, the leadear of Awami League who won the election of 1970 by majority from East Pakistan that to conflict with Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto , who won by majority from West Pakistan. The ...
The real terrorists in East Pakistan were the Mukti Bahini .
This is how the tragedy unfolded when you were not even born. Read this slowly to understand what really went wrong. If you do not understand this, you will be condemned to repeat it. "Free and fair" elections were held when like MQM in Karachi, Mukti Bahini was controlling all polling stations in East Pakistan. It was 15th March 1971, when Mujeeb declared independence from Pakistan in Dhaka after winning the elections in East Pakistan. The Mukti Bahini started a massive war of genocide against Pakistanis and pro-Pakistan Bengalis. Between March 15 to March 25, nearly half a million Muslims were raped, slaughtered and kidnapped by Mukti Bahini gangs. Pak army moved out on March 25 to suppress the genocide and to contain the rebellion. At that time, Indira Gandhi called Indian Army chief General Sam manekshaw and asked him to attack and occupy East Pakistan. General manekshaw refused on the grounds that Indian Army was not prepared for such a massive war. he demanded time and very reluctantly, Indira Gandh ...
u r completely mistaken. Some Mukti Bahini Commanders were, not leaders like the Bangabandhu, Tajuddin Ahmed,
when I think of the fsa I wonder more about the mukti Bahini right now
The Defence of Kamalpur refers to the battle fought at Kamalpur near the border in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 and Bangladesh Liberation War. The Defence of Kamalpur, a hamlet on the border, by Captain Ahsan Malik and his 140 men would be an epic in any army's history. He had seventy soldiers of ...
You will shed tears of blood after reading this most soul shaking and gut wrenching of slaughter of Pakistani Muslims at the hands of Indian Army and their Mukti Bahini gangs in 1971. Over a million Pakistanis were slaughtered, raped, burnt and hacked in this most secretive and gruesome slaughter. Since the history was written by the Indian Army which won the war in East Pakistan, all these slaughters were attributed to pak army later. Read the true history which was never told to the world. This book Blood and Tears is now NOT available in the world. We had a copy and we have scanned and uploaded it on many sites. After the elections in 1970, the traitors of Sheikh mujeeb ur Rehman, who were earlier caught in the famous Agartala conspiracy, staged a rebellion against Pakistan and launched their bloody war against civilians and pro-Pakistani Bengali Muslims. It was after this slaughter that Pak army moved against these traitors and enemies and fought them for 9 months before the Indians attacked from all ...
16 december 1971 Indian Army in collaboration with (Mukti Bahini) separatist takes over Dhaka after a long resistance.
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Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, in his book “Soldiering with Dignity”: 80 Hindus were also inducted in the ranks of Mukti Bahini.
Today, is under a lock down by an urban Mukti Bahini. airbase is under attack. is out of bound for outsiders
first let us also acknowledge a huge error on our part, Mukti Bahini Comdr Gen MAG Osmany shud hv bn at the Surrender Ceremony in Dhaka.
was a disaster waiting to happen aided by Indian Raw and so called Mukti Bahini ..Bangladeshis did not have sense to see it .
After fall of Dhaka, Indian Army / Mukti Bahini arranged mass slaughter of Pakistanis
Al-Badr and Al-Shams who were mostly from Jamaat e Islami and had supported army against and Mukti Bahini.
In front of cheering crowds of Mukti Bahini terrorists and army troops, one by one, these were brought,
Thousands of Bengali Muslims were also butchered who had sided with against India and Mukti Bahini.
After fall of army&Mukti Bahini arranged mass slaughter ceremonies of Muslims in Dhaka Race course ground
Dear friends please give it 3 to 5 minutes. Try to know your history..the fall of Dhaka..the actual facts. This is very very must. 41 years ago, in these dates in 1971, Pakistan was dismembered and East Pakistan was separated from us. It was one of the most tragic event in our history where a series of catastrophic blunders over many years and a corrupt, cowards and morally debouch political and military leadership made sure that over a million Muslims die and Pakistan is broken under an Indian invasion. 1. Agartala Conspiracy was caught in 1969, years before the fall of Dhaka in 1971. Allah had exposed the Indian game plan to hire traitors in East Pakistan and create armed groups, Mukti Bahini. The government of Ayub Khan wanted to put the traitors on trail but the politicians like Bhutto, Asghar Khan, Nawabzada Nasrullah Khan, Mufti mehmood and Jamaat Islami defended the traitors and protested against Ayub Khan. As a result, the cases were withdrawn and elections were announced knowing fully well that I ...
well they should also apologize for throwing sandals at Jinnah and for the fetishes of Mukti Bahini
'When the India-sponsored Mukti Bahini slaughtered 1 million Biharis' by Muhammad Abul Kalam:
Why are you scared of admittin that your daddy India manufactured the Mukti Bahini
is following is forefathers Mir Jafar and Mir Sadiq, Mukti Bahini is nothing compare to his TraitCraft.
Private militias, al badr and al shams played a bad role. Agreed. But was Mukti Bahini teaching how to plant trees and pick flowers?
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It's like saying holding Kasab could solve the Kashmir issue. Don't forget Bangladesh's Mukti Bahini was the front.
Salute to men and women of Indian Armed Forces, Mukti Bahini and RAW. A great example of what a determined intel agency can do.
Victory Day today!1971-2012. Freedom achieved 41 years ago by Mukti Bahini and Allied Forces!
& I believe an apology would perhaps redeem our honour but r there Bengalis who wd express remorse for Mukti Bahini atrocities & cruelty 2/2
Mukti Bahini, Bengali rebels wd support of India had not been able to prevent d 4m regaining control over all d major urban centers
Also the book Blood and Tears which established Mukti Bahini and RAW did persecution:
Baloch nationalism,Pashtuns in NWFP,Muhajir's and Kashmiri's might not share this Pak nationalist view;remember Mukti Bahini.
Over except reprisals by Mukti Bahini on collaborators mostly Bihari Muslims.
Thanks for opening Pakistani youths eyes by telling them that Mukti Bahini committed genocide against Pakistani muslims.
Massacre of Bengalis and non-Bengalis by RAW and Mukti Bahini Despite their excellent fighting capabilities,...
1971 War - The Untold Story - The reasons of fall of Dhaka. Misconceptions spread by india, hypocracy of india , the character of Sheikh Mujeeb ur Rehman, character of Pakistani leaders and the mistakes done in 1971. Special program of Zaid Hamid
Muslims of must wake up. For 40 years, they v been fed with lies. army led Bahini slaughtered Pakistani.
Almost 41 years ago, today, on December 9th 1971, Pakistan was fighting a desperate war of survival against an overwhelmingly powerful alliance of India-Soviets, Mukti Bahini traitors and the CIA t...
The involvement of RAW in East Pakistan is said to date from the 1960s, when RAW promoted dissatisfaction against Pakistan in East Pakistan, including funding Mujibur Rahmanh's general election in 1970 and providing training and arming the Mukti Bahini. Indian intelligence agencies, were involved .
December 10: Liberation of Laksham. Two Bangladeshi ships sunk mistakenly by Indian air attack name- Padma & Palash. On 10 December an accident occurred at the Rupsha river in Khulna. Two of the warships of the Mukti Bahini named "Padma" and "Palash" mistakenly came under fire from the Indian Air Force as it crossed the river Rupsha near the Khulna shipyards. on this day. Earlier that day, Indian Air Force fired at different places of Khunla city. Incidentally one of those bombs had fallen at the warship "Palash". Ruhul Amin was working as an artificer of that ship. After the heavy bombing, the engine room got burned and Ruhul Amin was forced to dive into the water. When he reached the river shore, he got caught by the Razakars who killed him using their bayonets. Bir Shrestho Ruhul Amin was born in 1934 at Bagpanchra village under sonaimuri upazilla of Noakhali district. His father was Mohammad Azhar Patwari and mother was Zulekha Khatun. He was the eldest son of the family. Ruhul Amin finished his prima ...
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During 1971 Indo-Pak war, the burden of Pakistan Navy’s offensive effort hinged on the small but effective submarine force. PN Submarine HANGOR sailed in the early hours of 22 November 1971 t...
Did Pakistan commit genocide and kill 3 million people in East Pakistan in 1971? Dr. M. Abdul Mu'min Chowdhury, a Bengali nationalist who actively participated in the separatist cause, spoke out in 1996 to tell the true story of what went on during that war. He says the allegations against Pakistan were entirely cooked up and the actual death toll was much lower than the falsely fabricated 3 million figure. He cited an extensive range of sources to show that what the Pakistani Army was carrying out in East Pakistan was a limited counter-insurgency, not at all a genocide. He questions the conventional narrative of an oppressed, downtrodden Bengali nation fighting a brave and noble war of "liberation" from a tyrannical regime in the face of impossible hardship only to emerge as a free nation to whom the future now belonged. He says that greed for personal power and Indian predatory ambitions against its only regional counterweight were the only things that motivated the players who incited the breakup of th ...
.Liberation War ROLE OF MEDIA. The print and electronic media from all over the world have been highly supportive of the Bangladesh Liberation War. Western media in particular, continued to cover the horrifying stories of the Pakistani atrocities, the plight of the refugees and the armed resistance by Mukti Bahini which was gathering strength every day. In March '71 journalists of leading newspapers of the world had congregated in Dhaka to cover the Yahya-Bhutto-Mujib negotiations. They were forcibly evicted from Dhaka after the start of the genocide on the night of March 25. However, some brave journalists like Simon Dring hid themselves at the Hotel Intercontinental (Now Hotel Sheraton) laundry and Mr. Dring was the first journalist to be able to inform the world of the tragic events in The Daily Telegraph, UK. The BBC, Voice of America, Deutsche Welle, German TV, Radio Australia and All India Radio covered events in Bangladesh almost on a daily basis. The international media played an important role in ...
Bangladesh PM demands apology Many TV channels are reporting that the Bangladeshi Prime Minister has said that relations with Pakistan can’t become normal until Pakistan apologized for killings in 1971 military action, in the then East Pakistan. Bangladesh Government of Sheikh Hasina, which is a known lackey of India, must first apologize to Pakistan, for the massive genocide of Pakistan loving Muslim population in the then East Pakistan, after which the Pakistan Army had to intervene in 1971, to stop the worst kind of genocide, perpetuated by the then veritable arm of the Indian Army, Mukti Bahini (MB). Pakistan must declare in clear terms that the Pakistan Army acted absolutely legally, under all the international laws and conventions, in the then East Pakistan, to save the territory ..
We have been warning that these elections will be the bloodiest and most anarchic in Pakistan's history, much more bloodier than the 1971 when elections led to a civil war. Kharji TTP is now joining forces with the BLA and Sindh liberation armies to make a combined joint war against Pakistan for the coming elections. In the name of attacking MQM, they will create havoc in Karachi as part of the urban war. This is exactly what happned in East Pakistan when Mukti Bahini exploited the elections to declare rebellion and while Pak army fought the internal rebellion, Indian atatcked from all sides. The 4thGW, Af-Pak and Cold start are now joining hands. The final battle has begun. TTP has sounded the war drums along with other "Mukti Bahini" of the time! Elections would mean bloodshed, war and death. Pak army, are you reading this?
Assam Violence: These Muslims originally migrated from Bihar to East Pakistan in 1947 or thereafter. And they often curried favours with Pathan, Punjabi and Sindhi Military Officers who were posted in East Pakistan from their Head-Quarters in West Pakistan, in maltreating the locals. Hence, after the independence of Bangladesh (I took part in the War of Independence -- I was posted in Guwahat in the Air Force) the Bangladeshi youth started lynching these Bihari-Muslims (I was in Dhaka, too, in 1971). So, these Bihari-Muslims fled to India; moreso, such Bihari-Muslims as had already entered India as 'refugees' before the War was officially declared (my friends in the Army were fighting alongside 'Mukti Bahini' well inside East Pakistan much before the War was formally announced) stayed back in India -- it is these Muslims that are behind several petty crimes in Delhi, too. Unfortunately, they are patterned, as Vote Banks, by some political leaders.
General Yahya In 1971. The Pakistani Army's campaign to restore order soon degenerated into a rampage of terror and bloodshed. With militias known asRazakars, the army targeted Bengali intellectuals, politicians and union leaders, as well as ordinary civilians. It targeted Bengali and non-Bengali Hindus across the region, and throughout the year large numbers of Hindus fled across the border to the neighbouring Indian states of West Bengal, Assam and Tripura. The East Bengali army and police regiments soon revolted and League leaders formed agovernment in exile in Kolkata under Tajuddin Ahmad, a politician close to Mujib. A major insurgency led by the Mukti Bahini (Freedom Fighters) arose across East Pakistan. Despite international pressure, the Pakistani government refused to release Mujib and negotiate with him. Most of the Mujib family was kept under house arrest during this period. His son Sheikh Kamal was a key officer in the Mukti Bahini, which was a part of the struggle between the state forces and ...
And can we please stop calling them 'miscreants', a term used for Mukti Bahini in East Pakistan? How about, simply: 'rebels'; .
Sinking of Ghazi Ghazi was again deployed during 1971 during Bangla Desh war. Situation in East Pakistan was deteriorating. India was building world opinion against Pakistan atrocities in East Pakistan. Pakistan anticipating possible support of Mukti Bahini by Indian forces moved Ghazi on 14th November 1971 to Bay of Bengal, what turned out be her last journey. The objective was to mine Vishakapatnam (vizag) port where aircraft carrier Vikrant along with other ships was harboured. PNS Ghazi reached Bay of Bengal on 20th November. Vice Admiral N. Krishnan, the flag officer Commander- in- Chief of the Indian Navy's Eastern fleet had decided to move INS Vikrant aircraft carrier away from Vizag as he anticipated possible attack by Ghazi on Vizag Harbor. Vikrant had already sailed away to an unknown location 10 days before the Ghazi began searching for her near Vizag, It was decided that a number of deceptive measures would be put in order to fool the enemy into the thinking that the Vikrant was near Vizag. Th ...
Why Pakistan had to go nuclear?? Because India was already waging an existential war against Pakistan, had already attacked and dismembered East Pakistan and was planning a total war on the remaining West Pakistan. Read what their own have to say about this. It is our nuclear potential which prevents any future "East Pakistan" for us. Never again, InshAllah. Today, they plan to repeat their 1971 experience. Just as they had created traitors, ignited civil war, created quarter of a million Mukti Bahini terrorists and then invaded with another quarter of a million regular army from all sides to eliminate a brave and desperate army of just under 50,000 infantrymen to break Pakistan. Under this corrupt democracy, they plan to achieve their most sinister designs which were left unfinished in 1971. At present, Pakistan is being turned into “Somalia” under the deployed 4thGW. Later US/India would try to turn it into “Iraq” through a physical invasion and occupation under Cold start and AfPak Lastly, they ...
This Bangladesh team reminds us of Mukti Bahini of 1971, determined to rout Pakistan out.
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