The Fall of Dhaka | History of Dhaka | Saqoot E Dhaka Maazi Se Haal Tak

15.06.2019   |   by Kigagor

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Author: Voodoolabar
জয় বাংলা। জয় বঙ্গবন্ধু।
Author: Kigasida
I had planned to travel in the last car with Aurora and Niazi, but Aurora asked me to make way for his wife, who then took her place by her husband’s side. The ADC, who was carrying the papers to be signed, and I had to hitch our way on a truck to the Race Course.
Author: Kajilrajas
I love baluch istan so we want predominantly
Author: Taumuro
and
Author: Faunos
Bilkul sahi hua
Author: Dukazahn
Time was running out so I called Niazi aside. I told him that if he did not surrender I could not take responsibility for the safety of their families and ethnic minorities but if he did I would ensure their protection. I asked him to reconsider, again reminding him that if he did not surrender I would not be responsible for the safety of their families. I then added that I would give him 30 minutes to reconsider and if he did not I would order the resumption of hostilities and the bombing of Dacca. I then walked out to be met by the press.
Author: JoJojas
Though there was very little time for any preparations, the ceremony went off reasonably well. After inspecting the guard of honour, Aurora and Niazi sat at the table and signed the Instrument of Surrender. I glanced at the documents and was aghast to see the heading which read “Instrument of Surrender – to be signed at 1631 IST [Indian Standard Time]”. I looked at my watch, which showed that the time was 1655 hours. The documents they brought to be signed had to be re-signed by both in Calcutta some two weeks later!
Author: Dimuro
IT'S a REVOLUTION
Author: Mishakar
Love for India from Bangladesh ❤
Author: Gugar
Rise of Megacity Dhaka.
Author: Dusar
Responsible for this General yahya khan Begharat
Author: Nazahn
I called Niazi aside and then told him that I had arranged for the signing to take place at the Race Course in public. He objected strongly. I then told him that he would have to surrender his sword. He said that he did not have a sword but would surrender his revolver.
Author: Jubar
The fall of EAST PAKISTAN
Author: Sagami
47 year Pakistani media don't changed they still blame India but if they finds truth 1971 today Pakistan was united because Media have more power Rather then 2 or 3 person
Author: Melar
After 30 minutes I walked into the office to be met by a deathly silence, my draft surrender document lying on the table. I asked Niazi if he accepted this document, to which he did not reply. I repeated the enquiry thrice. He still did not respond.
Author: Zulkilmaran
I politely asked Siddiqui to leave the airfield. He did not respond. I repeated this request. He still did not respond. I then shouted to him to get his truckload of fighters off the airfield, and heaved a sigh of relief when they left. A few days later Siddiqui called the international media with their camera crews to witness the public bayoneting of people he called traitors. These pictures were later widely circulated.
Author: Takinos
I re-entered the building. The draft Instrument of Surrender was read out. Niazi, with tears rolling down his cheeks, said: “Who said I am surrendering? You have only come to discuss a ceasefire and withdrawal as proposed by me.” The service chiefs present also voiced their objections. Rao Farman Ali objected to surrendering to a “Joint Command”.
Author: Kajit
It's not a FALL OF DHAKA
Author: Gurisar
I love you Bangladesh Bengali
Author: Vosar
The Pakistan Commission of Enquiry report later stated “there was Gen Jacob pacing outside, calmly puffing his pipe”. Far from it, I was extremely worried and tense. I spoke to the Pakistani sentry asking him about his family. He burst into tears saying that I as an Indian officer was talking to him whilst his own officers did not.
Author: Grojin
I placed him as “Tiger” Siddiqui and sensed trouble. Siddiqui, who had some 20,000 fighters, did not fire a shot to halt the Pakistanis retreating through Tangail and did not move with us to Dacca. I felt that he had come to kill Niazi. I had to ensure that Niazi lived to sign the Instrument of Surrender. I told the two paratroopers to cover Niazi and point their rifles at Siddiqui.
Author: Yozshulkree
I then told him he would have to provide a guard of honour. My thoughts went back to 1945 just after the Japanese surrender. When I landed in Sumatra,the Japanese provided me with a guard of honour. Niazi said there was no one to command it. I pointed to his ADC and said that he should command it. I permitted them to retain their weapons for their protection until such time as we could disarm them.
Author: Jugore
The Rise of BANGLADESH
Author: Manris
Around 1630 hours Aurora and his entourage arrived in a fleet of five M14 and four Allouette helicopters. Aurora was accompanied by his wife and the Cs-in-C of Navy and IAF Commands. Lt Gen. Sagat Singh and some of his divisional commanders also alighted, as did Wing Commander Khondker. Osmani, unfortunately was not there; the helicopter in which he had been travelling having been shot at and damaged.
Author: Jugami
Nagra had not sent any troops to the airfield. I sent my staff officer to go and see if he could get some troops, some of whom should be entering the city. A little while later a truck loaded with armed Mukti Bahini arrived at the airfield. A man wearing our olive green uniform, wearing the badges of rank of a major general approached us, followed by two armed men.
Author: Tazragore
Rise of Dhaka.
Author: Yozshujora
Niazi removed his epaulette, took out his revolver and handed it to Aurora; tears rolled down his cheeks. It was getting dark. The crowd at the Race Course began shouting and there were threats to lynch Niazi; anti-Pakistani slogans and abuses resounded. They then moved towards Niazi. The senior officers present formed a cordon around him and whisked him off in one of our jeeps.
Author: Sami
I then picked up the document, holding it high, and said, “I take it as accepted.” Tears rolled down Niazi’s cheeks, there were glares from those present.
Author: JoJok
Best my Bangladesh
Author: Fausida
🤘😒🙏
Author: Kagis
Gavin Young of The Observer was standing outside and requested if he could have lunch. We moved to the dining room. I was taken aback to see the tables properly set and loaded with silver trophies. I did not feel like eating and moved to one side. Gavin Young did a two-page piece for his paper The Observer, “The Surrender Lunch”.
Author: Faerg
Jay Bangla. Jay Bangabandhu.
Author: Kagatilar
I really don't like pakistan i hate pakistan
Author: Moogunris
This is the result of mascara by pak army
Author: Mazusho
thanks India from bangladesh
Author: Nall
I then discussed with his chief of staff other modalities regarding the surrender of other garrisons and troops. I tried to get through on the wireless to Aurora who could not be contacted. Apparently he had gone to Agartala to pick up Gen. Sagat Singh. We then moved to the Mess for lunch.
Author: Daim
At around 1500 hours, I asked Niazi to accompany me to the airport. As Nagra had not left a jeep for me, I sat with Niazi in his staff car. The Mukti Bahini fighters jumped on the car and it was with some difficulty that we reached the airport. Fortunately, en route we stopped a jeep with two of our paratroopers who were sightseeing. I asked them to follow us.
Author: Faerisar
no fall of Dhaka say rise of Dhaka
Author: Akinosar
I was extremely worried. Niazi had 26,400 troops in Dacca, we had about 3,000 some 30 miles out. I was in a quandary as what to do in the event of his refusing. Aurora and his entourage were expected to land in an hour or two and the ceasefire was to expire shortly. I had nothing in hand.
Author: Brakasa
General JFR Jacob recalls the dacca surrender -
Author: Tygolkis
Bangladesh ✌️✌️✌️
Author: Daisida
This is not fall of Dhaka, it is rise of Dhaka!!!!!
Author: Dujinn
Jinnah divided Pakistan in1948 by saying "Urdu and Urdu will be Pakistan's State language "in Dhaka. That day Bangladeshi people divided. and got independent in 16th December 1971.Dhaka didn't fall on that day.Dhaka will be a great city in Asia within 10 years.
Author: Akinozshura
all Pakistani like dog
Author: Zuhn
It is "rise of dhaka"😊

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