Partition, Bengal and After: The Great Tragedy of India
This book is a comprehensive history of Partition and its impact in the life and property of the minorities, especially in East Pakistan, now Bangladesh. This is a narration of terrific atrocities and holocaust on innocent unarmed persons. After the Partition, demand for exchange of population was neither placed by the British nor the All India Congress Committee. As a result, there has been severe communal riot. Since both the communities in Western India were warrior class, they fought each other and made their own way and ultimately forced the Government to accept population exchange. But in the Eastern Pakistan, the Punjabi bureaucrats, dominating the administration, created a situation by allowing the hooligans belonging to the majority community who were the unofficial army of the Muslim League so that by their torture and atrocities to run away leaving their hearth and home. This book depicts the eye witness account of the holoca
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AfterEffect of the Partition
The Greatest Holocaust
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