Jis Dhaj Se Koi Maqtal Mai Gaya Wo Shan Salamat Rehti Hai...
Ye Jaan To Aani Jaani Hai, Is Jaan Ki To Koi Baat Nahi.... Ye Baazi Ishq Ki Baazi Hai, Jo Chaaho Laga Do Darr Kesa...
Gar Jeet Gaye To Kiya Kehna, Haare Bhi To Baazi Maat nahi..!!! APS peshawar Warsak Road. The peace monument. I personally made this pic n it bites me still and gives me goosebumps.
Saqoot e Dhaka (16th December 1971) Fall of Dhaka
The loss of East-Pakistan on 16 December 1971 after the Mukti Bahini and Indian Armed forces joined their strengths against the Eastern Pakistani military commander by Gen A.A.K. Niazi.
Now a day Bangladesh which at that time was made part of Pakistan by the Britishers while they were leaving, could never have stayed for long with us because how on earth it could have been administered when the biggest enemy of Pakistan had its wast 1200 miles territory in between. The only way of transportation was through the air above the India territory or through the international waterways both of which were blocked by Indian Airforce and Navy during the war.
The Indo-Pakistan war of 1971 was made inevitable as Sheikh Mujib Ur Rehman was not being given the power to the become The Prime Minister of Pakistan even after winning general elections. The final nail in the coffin was Operation searchlight being conducted against Bengali nationalists.
The war which started on 3rd December 1971 came to an end on 16 December 1971 with Instrument of surrender at Ramna Race Course ground. Estimate of 9000 Pakistani soldiers, 3000 Indian soldiers were killed along with 90000 Pakistani forces personal taken as prisoner of war. All the uprising events saw the killing of 300,000 to 3,00,000 bangalis.
The Fall of East Pakistan, Emergence of Bangladesh