Blood and Tears. Front Cover. Qutubuddin Aziz. Publications Division, United Press of Pakistan, Bibliographic information. QR code for Blood and Tears. Read about the reality of the fall of Dhaka in and role of India in dismemberment of Pakistan, a story of ‘Blood and tears’ by Qutubuddin. Transition: Ex-diplomat Qutubuddin Aziz passes away on behalf of stranded Pakistanis in Bangladesh I found his book Blood and Tears.

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I had practically no news of the mass butchery which was being conducted by the Awami League militants and their accomplices from the East Pakistan Rifles and the East Bengal Regiment in many scores of other cities and towns which were caught in the sweep of a cyclone of fire and death. My three young sons were away from the house when the raid took place. On the basis of the heaps of eye-witness accounts, which I have carefully read, sifted and analysed, I do make bold to say that the vast majority of Bengalis disapproved of and was not a party to the barbaric atrocities inflicted on the hapless non-Bengalis by the Awami League’s terror machine and the Frankenstein’s and vampires it unloosed.

The situation was tense and we had heard of attacks by killer gangs 28 Blood and Tears by Qutubuddin Aziz on non-Bengali homes in many localities of Dacca city. The spine usually faces outward when a book is placed on a shelf.

The General said that the entire Dacca action was over by the first light of day on March 26 “Close to Dacca airport is a group of shattered homes, uninhabited and in some cases roofless. Through a window I saw a group of tough-looking men burning old records, bank notes and registers.

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Many of the rifles which the federal troops captured from the rebels were manufactured at the Rifle Factory in Ishapur in India while the ammunition stocks bore the marking of the ordinance factory at Kirkee in India.

Many did not sleep for nights on end. I appealed to them in the name of God and two of them agreed to help me in burying my husband. The statements and interviews of the witnesses were recorded on a fairly comprehensive proforma, along with their signatures.

He escaped the slaughter of non- Bengalis in the crowded New Market locality of Dacca on March 23, and was sheltered by a God-fearing Bengali in his shop. The male members of their families had been liquidated by the Mukti Bahini in human abattoirs. Indian Secret Agency RAW Behind secession of East Pakistan As commonly believed in Pakistan, it has now been confirmed that India played a pro-active role in causing discontent in former East Pakistan, resulting in its cessation from rest of the country.


Zaibunnissa Haq, 30, whose journalist husband, Izhar-ul-Haque, worked as a columnist in the Daily Watan in Dacca, gave this account of her travail in God wanted to save us.

Awami League demonstrators, at many places, tore up Pakistan’s national flag and trampled under their feet photographs of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. They trucked away all the loot.

The eye-witnesses, whose testimonies or interviews are contained in this book in abridged form have been chosen from a universe 11 Blood and Tears by Qutubuddin Aziz of more than 5, repatriated non-Bengali families.

After less than 9 months, the Mukti Bahini went on the rampage against the non- Bengalis in Dacca. Since the first week of March, the Awami League militants and young thugs were intimidating non-Bengalis, particularly the West Pakistanis.

Qutubuddin Aziz (Author of Quaid-I-Azam Jinnah and the Battle for Pakistan)

A posse of Pakistani troops exchanged fire with the rebel gunmen in the mob. More West Pakistani businessmen were kidnapped and their Bengali captors demanded huge sums of money from their relatives as ransom.

My daughter also resisted the attackers but they were far too many and they were well armed. By April,there was some improvement in the situation and the nocturnal kidnapping of its Bihari inmates by the Bengali marauders lessened. The Times of London reported on April 6 th Many of the American journalists in this motley crowd of foreign reporters whose souls were saturated with compassion for the Bengali victims of the November cyclone tragedy were so charmed by the Blood and Tears by Qutubuddin Aziz public relations operatives of the Awami League that they were just not prepared to believe that their darlings in this fascist organization could commit or instigate the murder of the non-Bengalis.

The next morning I saw the dead bodies of the six other Pathans whom the rebels had killed at night after their ammunition was exhausted. They said that they would set free my husband if my father signed a bogus document of sale of our house to the leader of 33 Blood and Tears by Qutubuddin Aziz the killer gang.


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The raiders overpowered my father, my husband and my two young brothers and shot them. Comilla’s Woes Rebels red-marked non-Bengali houses before burning them and slaying occupants — slaughter in New Zaiz — Hindus desecrated Mosques — Government treasury looted — rebels seize telephone exchange — killings in Akhaura.

Abul Kasem Khan, a former federal Minister sziz legislator, and was impressed by his sartorial perfection and his amiable manners. We lived on this repast for three days. This gallery is dedicated to some of the best fiction and nonfiction portraying one of the greatest cities in the world. When I spoke to a friendly Senator at Capitol Hill about the massive burst of violence let loose all over East Pakistan by the Aw ami Leaguers on West Pakistanis, Biharis and other non-Bengalis during the murderous month of March and told him that more thannon-Bengalis had perished in this dreadful carnage, he looked at me in disbelief “Why was not the massacre reported in the press in March?

After they had ravished the girls, the killers shot them and half a dozen other women and children. It was a horrible scene.

Late in April,the Pakistan Embassy in Washington published a booklet containing a chronology of the federal intervention in East Pakistan. I also glanced over two fat 10 Blood and Tears by Qutubuddin Aziz volumes of the Bangladesh documents, mass distributed by the Indian Government in the United States, in which India is projected as an angel of peace who showed Job-like patience in the face of Pakistan’s alleged villainy and barbarity in East Pakistan.

This silent majority, it seemed, was awed, immobilised and neutralised by the terrifying power, weapons and ruthlessness of a misguided minority hell- bent on accomplishing the secession of East Pakistan.

Blood and Tears by Qutubuddin Aziz “Thousands of families of unfortunate Muslims, many of them refugees from Bihar who chose Pakistan at the time of the partition riots inwere mercilessly wiped out. Late in Septemberthe exchange of Bengalis in Pakistan with Pakistanis in Bangladesh and the repatriation of the Pakistani prisoners of war and civilian internees from India was commenced under the previous month’ s New Delhi Agreement.