Unless specific orders can be traced to PA officers to commit these crimes, PA as an institution remains "not guilty".
We know that both sides were involved in massacres. One of my aunt and her husband were brutally murdered for being "Pro-Pakistan" and countless stories exist how so many pro-Pakistani people were victims of violent hate crimes. So pictures can be of anything, there was plenty of massacre blame to go around. It was conveniently mostly put on the Pakistani Army.
A little fact for Indians which they tend to forget,the Bengali Nationalists killed Unarmed Non Bengalies in large number due to which PA went berserk and start killing them on equal basis. THE infamous OPERATION of 1971 done by PA started after Mukti bahini, was busy in killing the non bengalis in sububs of dhaka and in other cities, were busy in destroying the properties, houses, of the people who opposed them.
The situation in Dhaka in 1971 was same as of the situation of Karachi today
Like one issue is exposed about which you were in dark,,, why could not the other incidences that you are MADE TO BELIEVE be lies too...!!!
Photos above are modus-operandi of hindu terrorists NOT of PAK-ARMY,,, this was to set-up Pak Army... & create excuse for india to enter West Pak & turn it into a Na-Pak country...
1971 Bangladesh atrocities - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaBangladeshi authorities claim that 3 million people were killed, while the Hamoodur Rahman Commission, an official Pakistan Government investigation, put the figure as low as 26,000 civilian casualties. The international media and reference books in English have also published figures which vary greatly from 200,000 to 3,000,000 for Bangladesh as a whole.
My point is that there is no clear conclusion as to just how many people died. It is still a controversial matter in Bangladesh.
Here is one article written by a Bangladeshi.
Letter: Mujib's confusion on Bangladeshi deaths | World news | The Guardian
I don’t know about Bangladesh but certainly in Pakistan there should be a greater Awareness of the history of Pakistan including the 1971 war. Pictures like these should be put in to the books/newspapers for all to see and think about the stories behind them…
Unfortunately in the schools children are only taught through high school about Bangladesh and that also to a very limited standard e.g. there was a war, people were unhappy and India orchestrated it all from the start.
But at the college level understanding does begin to develop and reasons looked in to for why it happened. (I’m talking about private education in Pak, state schools would differ)
I remember a pukhtoon guy once came on TV interview 15 years ago bragging on about killing Hindu Bangladeshis because he thought they were allied to enemy India and so his company and some paramilitaries showed them no mercy and gunned them all down(not sure if it’s true or not).
Some would argue why should we? Care about this when we are in a lot of problems ourselves and it happened 40 years ago. However I would disagree because if you gonna print books then at least print them right with truth/prospective in it because lies will only make it more harder to justify the wrongs.
No Doubt Atrocities happened from Both Sides but as lonely one has pointed out a Review of All the historical facts surrounding the Actions/controversies Should be Carried out in order to re-examine the evidence more clearly and to heal the peoples misunderstanding of cases such as these.
Bangladeshi used to hate Pakistanis right after the separation however scenario is almost reverse after 40 years. Truth can not not be hidden for eternity. We know who was and is our enemy. Right now Bangladesh biggest enemy is Awami league. Pakistanis are welcome to help us to eliminate the scums once for all. This will be your ultimate revenge for 71.
what is zaid hamid's source????
Bull crap. Karachi and Punjab were already developed by Mughal and prominent Muslims long before creation of Pakistan. Only Islamabad were being build during united Pakistan and that too was by Saudis help. East Pakistan actually experienced eminence development during Ayub Khan presidency. He later demolished most of it during 71 conflicts. Perhaps out of anger.-All the developement took place in West whereas Bangladeshi and mohajirs paid all the taxes.
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