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Legal Framework Order 1970

Yahya Khan after becoming the Chief Martial Law Administrator in 1969 announced that he would make it possible that free and fair elections will be conducted in Pakistan and a new constitution will be made soon. For that reason, he introduced a Legal Framework Order in March 1970 that determined …

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Six-Points of Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rehman

Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rehman was the founder of Bangladesh. During the rule of Ayub Khan and Yahya Khan he played a major role in Pakistan politics as a prominent leader of the Awami League in East Pakistan. He presented a Six-Point formula in 1966, in collaboration with his party and demanded the …

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Elections of 1970

Chief Martial Law Administrator General Yahya Khan after becoming the President of Pakistan in 1969 announced that very soon the free elections will be held in Pakistan on adult franchise to establish a democratic government in the country. For that purpose, a three member Election Commission was formed under the …

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Mukti Bahini

  Mukti Bahini also termed as the Freedom Fighters collectively refers to the armed organizations that fought against the PakistanArmy during the BangladeshLiberationWar. It was dynamically formed by Bengali regulars and civilians after the proclamation of Bangladesh‘s independence on March 26, 1971. Subsequently by mid-April 1971, the Bengali officers and …

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War of 1971 and the Birth of Bangladesh

After the elections of 1970, situation in Pakistan turned into chaos and turmoil. The leaders of the two leading political parties, Pakistan Peoples Party and the Awami League, having earned popularity in their own regions, didn’t seem to compromise with each other at any cost. Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rehman continued insisting on …

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