In your hatred of India, you even forget that its your own countrymen who were the victims. But nothing else can be expected from a neo-Razakar like you. May be you were a Razakar back then.
There is something called SELF ESTEEM. He may look for that word in a dictionary before trying to hide behind China's unwilling skirt every time he finds himself too small talking of India.
Actually for him India is just a means to try to gain stature being too small a man both figuratively and in reality.
When you help some poor person, you feel that God will reward you in the after life. You are being a good Samaritan.For Pakistan 1971 is a closed story for Bangladesh it is an open one as we reassess our relationship with India and understand New Delhi's motivations in assisting East Pakistan at that time.
Does that mean that the poor person or the beggar needs to reassess why he is being given alms!
Pathetic logic again but very much expected.
Seeking an explanation for certain incidents or events is not the same thing as a justification.
I think the difference is too subtle for an elephant and horse banger.
In 1971 India was also poor. India did not assist East Pakistan out of the goodness of its heart. First it doesn't have a heart and second its objectives were to create a slavish and subservient Eastern neighbor. This backfired in 1975.
Indians entered in 1971 war because they wanted to prove that ‘Two-Nation theory ‘was wrong but unfortunately for you that despite of our fighting with Bangladeshis ‘Two-Nation Theory’ still exists so your failed attempt to destroy our brotherhood is now forcing Indians to once again remind Bangladeshis to remain grateful for their help.
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Genocide happened, and people who died suffered horribly before dying.. There maybe argument about the numbers.. But it still does not make a difference.. Funny to see people who argue that a number of 300,000 is acceptable, which is infact very high.. so is a number of 30,000... Planned butchery..
Of course someone is going to point out, "what about Kashmir, What about Punjab?" The total number of deaths in Kashmir happening over a span of so many decades is far less than what happened in East Pakistan.. Again, I feel it is embarassing to quote that a lesser number of murders justifies it as lesser evil.
The nation of Pakistan split, because of West Pakistan's back biting in the elections and India had to do something to control the influx of Refugees.. If the number of refugees during Peace time is alarming, imagine, how a poor country like India would have coped with Refugees flooding in during 1971.. Also, there was something called as Self interest.. Half pakistan would mean, Halving the trouble which the country is facing @ both the borders..
Now we have people coming in and saying That India has expansionistic plans and all that assorted BS.. If it had such a plan, i wonder, why Bangladesh was not incorporated into WestBengal state of India , or why hadnt they put a India friendly or someone who is subservient to India.. I say guys, Think befor you shoot your mouths off.
But the same bad big brother protected your *** in 1971. So the hate drives you to live in denial and question the events and if that doesn't work than to question the reasons for the big brother's benevolence in saving you and liberating you.
Its just to justify your ungratefulness and to feed your hatred.
Stop living in the dreamland that it has anything to do with the truth.
Reminds me of a saying that the a man would even forgive his most hated enemy,but he would never forgive his benefactor.. Coz it irks his esteem..
Indira Gandhi claimed that she sunk the ‘Two-Nation Theory’ in the Bengal but after 37 years her claim is proved wrong and this is the reason why India could not merge Bangladesh with west Bengal.
Any source that it was ever the Indian intention to do so?this is the reason why India could not merge Bangladesh with west Bengal.
It is a similar exercise, unfortunately, to Vinod's attempts at stifling constructive discourse over what actually happened, and how all parties shared blame to a different extent, by resorting to comments like 'justifying/excusing atrocities'.
What is also being argued is that the PA was not deployed in EP with the specific intent of massacring and raping the local population, but rather the atrocities that were committed were a result of events and the situation spiraling out of control, in which the Indians played a huge hand.
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