Liberation War Of Bangladesh
The liberation war of Bangladesh was the armed struggle of East Pakistan against West Pakistan in 1971, through which Bangladesh emerged as an independent country on the map of the world.
In the dark night of 25th March 1971, when the Pakistani military jumped against the Bengali in East Pakistan, the War of Liberation and War started in the form of war.
On the night of March 25, the Pakistani military has killed many ordinary citizens, students, teachers, intellectuals, police, and E.P.R in Dhaka.
In the general elections of 1970, the Awami League chief Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was arrested.
From Chittagong Kalurghat Radio Station, Major Jiaur Rahman Declared independence of Bangladesh on behalf of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Bangladesh got independence and become an independent country.
In the face of a planned genocide, the resistance war started in the country; A few thousand Awami League leaders took shelter in neighboring India to save lives.
The freedom fighters established East Bengal Regiment, East Pakistan Rifles (EPR), East Pakistan Police, Bangladeshi members of the military and above all, freedom fighter general freedom of the Pakistan army within a few months to free the country from the control of Pakistani military forces.
During the war of guerrilla war, the Allied forces foiled the Pakistani occupation forces across the country.
During the liberation war of Bangladesh, India supported a little bit by military support, economically and diplomatically.
When the fall of the Pakistani army became inevitable in early December, they started a war against India by aviation attack on December 3, to avoid the shame of defeat by the Gayilah forces and to make the Liberation War a global conflict.
So India is directly involved in the liberation war of Bangladesh.
In the face of the combined attack of the freedom fighters and the Indian military forces, the Pakistani military forces, which are already in the process of warring and frustrated, decided to stop the war.
On December 16, at the Racecourse ground in Dhaka, Pakistan, along with 93,000 troops, formally submitted the surrender document to war.
During this time Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi signed the document on behalf of the Pakistani army. In the meantime of the liberation war of Bangladesh, the nine-month long bloody independence war ended.
Indian Army stayed in Bangladesh for three months after the war. Finally India was getting forced by huge diplomatic pressure to leave Bangladesh and finally, they are gone.
Finally, the liberation war of Bangladesh has ended and Bangladesh got freedom.
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