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Fall of Dhaka is the darkest day in national history, India’s clear role in separating East Pakistan and making Bangladesh


Fall of Dhaka is the darkest day in national history, India’s clear role in separating East Pakistan and making Bangladesh

ISLAMABAD (92 News) Fifty years have passed since the signing of Pakistan as a result of conspiracies of the eternal enemy. India’s role in separating East Pakistan and making it Bangladesh has come to the fore.

December 16, 1971 is a sad day in the history of Pakistan when the eastern part of Pakistan became a separate country. India’s nefarious role in this tragedy has come to the fore, even Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi now takes credit for it.

The Indian-trained Mukti Bahini cadres massacred non-Bengalis in East Pakistan and people belonging to West Pakistan and hatched a conspiracy which is rarely seen in history.

Ironically, after the fall of Dhaka, many myths were fabricated in which fictitious tales of atrocities against the people of East Pakistan were raised. So much propaganda was spread in this case that for a while the truth was lost in the fog of false stories.

But the truth cannot be hidden forever. The dust of propaganda had to settle one day and today there is evidence from within Bangladesh which has completely exposed the macro-deceptive face of India. Bengali author Dr. Sharmila Bose in her research book has disproved the negative propaganda spread by India.

The wounds of the fall of Dhaka are still deep. One of the reasons for this is that India, the arch enemy of Pakistan, has not stopped conspiring against the beloved homeland even today.




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