1971 War – Bangladesh, Pakistan and India
In 1971 war India-Pakistan war was a military war between India and Pakistan.
According to Bangladeshi and International sources, on December 3, 1971, when 11 Indian airbases hit Pakistan, the war started in the name of Operation Chengish khan, when India came forward to fight against Pakistan with the support of Nationalist Liberation Force of East Pakistan in the liberation war of India.
This is one of the shortest battles in war history. During the war, Bangladesh and Pakistani forces fought in East and West Fronton in the eastern and western fronts.
After the liberation war of Bangladesh on 16 December 1971, when the Pakistan army surrendered the East Command, East Pakistan formally declared itself emerged from Pakistan as a new state of Bangladesh.
79700 Pakistani military forces, 12000 civilians, and a total of 97368 Pakistani have been jailed by Bangladesh.
It is believed that between 2,000,000 to 3,000,000 civilians were killed and more than four million women killed in Bangladesh by the Pakistani military in the war.
Especially the Bengali Hindu women are victims of rape.
As a result of the conflict, more than eighty million people fled to the neighboring country for shelter in India.