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Vijay Diwas 2021: Important facts about 1971 India-Pakistan War

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Vijay Diwas 2021: All you need to know about the 1971 Indo-Pak war and birth of Bangladesh.

Vijay Diwas is praised on December 16 consistently to review the triumph of India over Pakistan in 1971. This day prompted the freedom of East Pakistan and the formation of the new province of Bangladesh. On December 16, 1971, the Chief of the Pakistani Forces, General Niazi alongside his 93,000 warriors gave up to Indian powers. Vijay Diwas is additionally celebrated as ‘Bijoy Dibos’ or Bangladesh Liberation Day in Bangladesh, which implies the authority freedom of Bangladesh from Pakistan.

FACTS ABOUT 1971 INDIA-PAKISTAN WAR

Freedom War of Bangladesh brought about the contention after West Pakistan made trouble with individuals and subverted the political decision brings about East Pakistan.

East Pakistan raised the call for severance authoritatively on March 26, 1971. India’s then PM Indira Gandhi gave full help in the autonomy battle.

Boundless decimation against Bengalis, primarily Hindus, on account of the Pakistani military was accounted for by the media. It constrained around 10 million individuals to move to adjoining India. India had additionally opened its lines to exiles from Bengal.

The evening of December 4-5, the Indian Navy’s Western Naval Command effectively directed an unexpected assault on Karachi port under the codename Trident.

Pakistan had conveyed its soldiers along the western front. The Indian Army fought back and effectively assumed control more than a few thousand kilometers of the Pakistani domain.

Pakistan’s 8000 fighters kicked the bucket and 25,000 injured, while India lost 3000 warriors and 12,000 were injured.

The Mukti Bahini guerrillas in East Pakistan got together with the Indian powers to battle against Pakistani soldiers in the east. Indian armed force furnished them with weapons and preparing to partake in the conflict.

Around 93,000 Pakistani soldiers drove by General Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi gave up to the partnered powers during the finish of the conflict. They were returned as a feature of the Shimla Agreement of 1972.

Almost 33% multitude of Pakistan was caught by Indian powers. It was a 13-day India-Pakistan war which started on December thirteenth, 1971 started by the revolt in recent East Pakistan against the public authority of Islamabad.

| Vijay Diwas 2021 | Indo-Pakistan War 1971 | Bangladesh Liberation Day | Bijoy Dibos |

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