Was that letter approved by National Assembly and signed by the Prime Minister and President of Pakistan?
No. Then, it can not be considered an official apology from all Pakistanis and we know, Pakistani People have no apology for what their Army that they think is Holy had done anything wrong in 1971 even now. They call Sh. Mujib, a Traitor of Islam, Moslims and Pakistan. I guess, you don't know, all Bangladeshis are considered Traitors of Pakistan by Pakis and this is why ISI wants to terrorize them through its Secret Agents.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Isha Khan <bdmailer@...> wrote:
> Sheikh Mujib accepted formal apology
> When the Sheikh Mujib govt in 1974 wanted to try 195 Pakistani POWs
> held in Indian custody, then Pakistani foreign minister (concurrently
> minister of state for defence), Aziz Ahmed, gave in writing a
> condemnation and regret for the crimes of his nation's forces in East
> Pakistan in 1971. That document constituted an integral part of the
> tripartite agreement of 9 April 1974. Sheikh Mujib accepted that
> document as a formal apology and said, "We want to forget the past and
> make a fresh start."
> Full Text:
> Holiday, November 16, 2012
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