This war may not have ended had I not been spotted in India..to be with relatives in Barakpour..Well as the event of war unfolded..that lead up to Pak Army surrender..as I under stand Pakistan first raided India ..India thus has to to respond..well that was the enunciation of a full blown war..thus India had to formally enter the war..they did so by recognizing Bangladesh first then by Bhutan..
Well from what I understand Pakistan did not want me in India..well thus they decided to attack India first..they knew well that will drag India into the war..and that would be the only way..well it is under stood Pak Army basically beard the humiliation of surrender..they rather have me in Bangladesh, even that is what it had to be..they rather not have me in India..my father also did not like it and I think Indians also saw an opening to end the war and thus refugee problem to many other things..
Well you may not win all but near even finish make the war more interesting, well WARS are won and lost in Strategies..well they teach these things in Military Schools..
Nay how many things were not know to me..
From: Muhammad Ali <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2013 1:08 PM
Subject: Re: [chottala.com] Jamat-e - Islam no longer exist as a political party in Bangladesh !!!!!
Mr. Abedin ,
Go thoroughly the historical document signed by Arora and niazi on Dec. 16 , 1971. You will get your answer.
On Sun, Feb 17, 2013 at 6:04 AM, fameelectronics <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
So, this was not known by anyone, except you ????????
I think, so many unknown thing still unknown to us. God knows what will come out tomorrow.
On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 5:58 AM, Muhammad Ali <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear All ,
As Jamat-E-Islam , a Civilian Auxiliary force of Pakistan Army , surrendered along with Pakistan army on December 16 , 1971 ,
As Bangabandhu also banned Jamat-e-Islam as a political party in 1972 ,
As the amendments done by Ziaur Rahman was declared "NULL& VOID" by the Supreme Court of Bangladesh later on ,
So , Jamat-e - Islam no longer exist as a political party in Bangladesh according to the verdict of Supreme Court .
Dr. Muhammad Ali Manik .