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e-Book A Suppressed Chapter in History: The Exodus of Hindus from East Pakistan and Bangladesh 1947-2006 download

e-Book A Suppressed Chapter in History: The Exodus of Hindus from East Pakistan and Bangladesh 1947-2006 download

by Tathagat Roy

ISBN: 8189640437
ISBN13: 978-8189640439
Language: English
Publisher: Bookwell Publications (December 30, 2007)
Pages: 515
Category: Asia
Subategory: History

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My People, Uprooted: The Exodus of Hindus from East Pakistan and Bangladesh (Synergy Books India, New Delhi, 2016), earlier published under the title A Suppressed Chapter in History: The Exodus of Hindus from East Pakistan and Bangladesh, 1947-2006, (Bookwell, Delhi, 2007). Syama Prasad Mookerjee: Life and Times", (Penguin/Viking, Delhi, 2018), earlier published under title The Life and Times of Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee, (Prabhat Prakashan, Delhi, 2012).

Popular politicians were either imprisoned - including Sheikh Mujib, Maulana Bhashani of East Pakistan, and Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan (NWFP) - or their activities were restricted.

org From the early historic period, Bangladesh (Banga, Bengal, East Bengal) was the part of India. In 1947, it became the part of Pakistan as East Bengal (later in October 1955, it been renamed as East Pakistan). The distance of these 2 parts of Pakistan was more than 1,500 km and separated by Indian territory. Popular politicians were either imprisoned - including Sheikh Mujib, Maulana Bhashani of East Pakistan, and Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan (NWFP) - or their activities were restricted. Sheikh Mujib had been continuously harassed through one false case after another.

Modern Bangladesh emerged as an independent nation in 1971 after breaking away and achieving independence from Pakistan in the Bangladesh Liberation War.

The history of the region is closely intertwined with the history of Bengal and the broader history of the Indian subcontinent.

It is fact that Hindu population has been going down in Bangladesh day by day . This loss of three million lives remain suppressed from the world.

It is fact that Hindu population has been going down in Bangladesh day by day due to many reasons. We can debate on the reason but ultimately they are also son of same soil. Don't think that Pakistan was exclusively against only Hindu population, but rather the whole Bengali ethnicity. Even now, Hindus are facing genocide, terror, persecution, dishonour and atrocities in Bangladesh every day.

To this day, the separation of East Pakistan is taught as an Indian ploy, built up by Hindu conspirators while the truth behind .

To this day, the separation of East Pakistan is taught as an Indian ploy, built up by Hindu conspirators while the truth behind the debacle is conveniently omitted from our text books. This is not to say that being patriotic is a bad thing. And there is nothing wrong with that.

Keep reading to learn about the history of India and Pakistan as they . In 1971, East Pakistan fought for independence and was backed by Indira Gandhi, who was then the Indian prime minister.

Keep reading to learn about the history of India and Pakistan as they prepare to celebrate their independence. Pakistan was then divided into two parts, with India between the two sides. The two-week Indo-Pakistani War was fought in early December 1971 and on 16 December (about nine months after the conflict in East Pakistan had begun), the West Pakistanis surrendered to India.

When Pakistan was created in 1947, Hindus constituted about 15 per cent .

When Pakistan was created in 1947, Hindus constituted about 15 per cent of the population of West Pakistan (current Pakistan); by 1998 it is about . per cent (p. 76, Hindus in South Asia and the Diaspora: A Survey of Human Rights 2013) - the population has declined by about 90 per cent in about 50 years .

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