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Even before the formation 'Mukti Bahini', without any training, people of #Pabna  dared to fight against the Pakistani occupation army in the first resistance and freed the district on March, 29 in 1971 for 10 days

The Bangladesh Liberation War was going on for months as the Bengali nationalists and Mukti Bahini guerrillas in East Pakistan fought to break away from the dominance of West Pakistan.

#Bangladesh Liberation War hero Lt. Col. (Retd.) Sajjad Zahir recalls battles against Pak army. He speaks about the common sacrifice of Indian forces & Mukti Bahini in 1971 war. Report: @DhakaPrasar, Dhaka correspondent

#Bangladesh  Liberation War hero Lt. Col. (Retd.) Sajjad Zahir recalls battles against Pak army. He speaks about the common sacrifice of Indian forces & Mukti Bahini in 1971 war. Report: @DhakaPrasar  (Part 2/4)

#Bangladesh  Liberation War hero Lt. Col. (Retd.) Sajjad Zahir recalls battles against Pak army. He speaks about the common sacrifice of Indian forces & Mukti Bahini in 1971 war. Report: @DhakaPrasar, Dhaka correspondent Part:2/4

#BooksAndAuthors with @utterflea  | @SandeepUnnithan , co-author of Operation X, reveals for the first time, the Indian navy's guerrilla operation that helped the Mukti Bahini to fight against Pakistan and facilitated the birth of Bangladesh. Watch.

On March 26, 1971, the non-Bengali citizens were attacked from all sides by thousands of enraged Bengalis supported by the firepower of rebel officials - all led by the brutal leaders of the Mukti Bahini

West Bengal: Army's Eastern Command has organised a two-day event in Kolkata to celebrate Vijay Diwas. December 16 is celebrated as Vijay Diwas to commemorate the victory of the Indian Armed Forces along with Mukti-Bahini over Pakistan.

On this day, 46 years ago, 93,000 members of Pakistani troops raised white flags and surrendered to the Indian Army and Mukti Bahini, calling an end to the Indo-Pak war of 1971. #VijayDiwas 

How India won the 1971 war. Major (retd.) Chandrakant Singh who operated alongside Mukti Bahini (freedom fighters) relives the war on The Buck Stops Here

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