My All Garbage

Shuchi Potro
সাধারণ জ্ঞান অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট-২০২১ বাংলা রচনা সমগ্র ভাবসম্প্রসারণ তালিকা অনুচ্ছেদ চিঠি-পত্র ও দরখাস্ত প্রতিবেদন প্রণয়ন সারাংশ সারমর্ম খুদে গল্প ব্যাকরণ Composition / Essay Paragraph Letter, Application & Email Dialogue List Completing Story Report Writing Graphs & Charts English Note / Grammar পুঞ্জ সংগ্রহ কারেন্ট অ্যাফেয়ার্স বই পোকা হ য ব র ল তথ্যকোষ পাঠ্যপুস্তক CV & Job Application বিজয় বাংলা টাইপিং My Study Note আমার কলম সাফল্যের পথে
About Contact Service Privacy Terms Disclaimer Earn Money


বাংলাদেশের সবচেয়ে বড় শিক্ষা সহায়ক ওয়েব সাইট

Paragraph : Liberation War of Bangladesh

Liberation War of Bangladesh

The War of Liberation of Bangladesh from the occupation of Pakistan was fought in 1971. The Pakistani ruling clique and their vested interest group began to treat Bangladesh which was then East Pakistan as a colony of West Pakistan. Therefore, under the leadership of Bangabandhu victory of the Awami League at the election of the National Assembly of Pakistan in December 1970. Thus Bangabandhu acquired the right to form the Government of Pakistan with his absolute majority in the Parliament. But under cover of negotiation with the Awami League leaders President Yahia Khan hatched a conspiracy. On the fateful night of March 25, 1971, Bangabandhu was taken a prisoner to West Pakistan and the Pakistani army cracked down upon the innocent and armless people of East Pakistan. They also attacked the Police Force, the EPR and the Bengal Regiment who resisted them tooth and nail. The Pak army continued to kill people, torture women, burn houses, loot property and damage crops. One crore of people fled away and took shelter in neighbouring India. Meanwhile, East Pakistan was declared independent Bangladesh. A new government was formed at Mujibnagar. The Mukti Bahini was organized and trained. They began to hit back the Pakistani hordes. In fact, everyone in Bangladesh was a freedom-fighter and did his best to help the Mukti Bahini. While the Mukti Bahini gained in strength and efficiency and kept the occupation army in utter embarrassment, the Pakistani forces attacked India because of her support on the Bangladesh issue. Eventually, the Mukti Bahini and the Indian forces formed a Joint Command and inflicted crushing blows on the enemy in every sector compelling them to surrender. On the 16th of December, 1971 the Pakistani soldiers surrendered their arms to the Joint Command at a ceremony in Dhaka. Thus after long nine months of the massacre, the war of Liberation came to an end and Bangladesh won freedom. Now the 16th of December is observed as the Victory Day.


আরো দেখুন :

No comments