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Blood and Tears by Qutubuddin Aziz

Blood and Tears by Qutubuddin Aziz

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Indian army led Mukti Bahini burning the eyes of Pakistani Muslims before slaughtering them in mass executing ceremonies. This macabre game of death has been massively documented by Qutub Uddin Aziz in his famous book Blood and Tears. Read
this history and cry your heart out. The enemies blamed these slaughters on pak army. In reality, they were being done by Indian army led Mukti Bahini. read on and cry on...... and promise to take revenge.
Indian army led Mukti Bahini burning the eyes of Pakistani Muslims before slaughtering them in mass executing ceremonies. This macabre game of death has been massively documented by Qutub Uddin Aziz in his famous book Blood and Tears. Read
this history and cry your heart out. The enemies blamed these slaughters on pak army. In reality, they were being done by Indian army led Mukti Bahini. read on and cry on...... and promise to take revenge.

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 BloodandTears
 
Qutubuddin Aziz
 
170 eye-witness accounts of the atrocities committed onWest Pakistanis, Biharis and other non-Bengalis and pro-Pakistan Bengalis in 55 towns of East Pakistan by AwamiLeague militants and other rebels in March-April, 1971.
Dedication
THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED TO THOSE HUNDREDS OFTHOUSANDS OF INNOCENT MEN, WOMEN ANDCHILDREN WHO WERE KILLED OR MAIMED IN THEAWAMI LEAGUE’S REBELLION AND GENOCIDE ANDTHE MUKTI BAHINI'S REIGN OF TERROR IN EASTPAKISTAN IN 1971.
Qutubuddin Aziz
FIRST EDITION
1974
 Book Published by
Publications Division of theUnited Press of Pakistan Ltd.1, Victoria Chambers, Abdullah Haroon Road,Karachi-3, Pakistan
 
Published Electronically
by
www.storyofbangladesh.com
 
REVIEW
For the first time, the pathetic, grisly and untold story of the massacre of more than half a million non-Bengalis and pro-Pakistan Bengalis by theAwami League-led insurgents in East Pakistan (breakaway Bangladesh)in March-April, 1971, is bared in “BLOOD AND TEARS”. The detailsof the genocide waged by the rebels in those murderous months wereconcealed from the people of West Pakistan by the then federalgovernment to prevent reprisals against the local Bengalis and also notto wreck the prospects of a negotiated settlement with the AwamiLeague. The danger of such a reprisal has now been eliminated by therepatriation to Bangladesh from Pakistan of all the Bengalis who wishedto go there. The 170 eye-witnesses, whose tragic accounts of theirsplintered and trauma-stricken lives are contained in this book, werepicked from amongst nearly 5000 families repatriated to Pakistan fromBangladesh between the autumn of 1973 and the spring of 1974.Although they hail from 55 towns of East Pakistan, their narratives andthe published dispatches of foreign newsmen quoted in this book, cover110 places where the slaughter of the innocents took place. The majorityof eyewitnesses consist of the parents who saw their children slam, thewives who were forced by the rebels to witness the murder of theirhusbands, the girls who were ravished and the rare escapees from therebel-operated human slaughterhouses. While the focus in “Blood andTears” is on the rebels’ atrocities in the infernal March-April, 1971,period, the brutality of the Indian-trained Bengali guerrilla force, theMukti Bahini, after India’s armed grab of East Pakistan on December17th 1971, is also recounted, though in less detail. The book highlightsthe courage and heroism of many Bengalis who saved their non-Bengalifriends from the fire and fury of the bloodthirsty insurgents.
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
Why the slaughter of non- Bengalis was not reported inMarch 1971? — refugees from Awami League terror flee toWest Pakistan — Bengali militants manhandle New York Times woman reporter in Dacca — Indian-inspired smearcampaign against Pakistan in Western Europe and USA.
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CHAPTER ONE: Ides of March in Dacca
General Yahya’s National Assembly postponementbroadcast — Awami League’s rebellion and parallelgovernment in East Pakistan — Non-Bengalis kidnappedfor ransom — London’s Sunday Times says 100,000 non-Bengalis massacred — hostage escapes death in JagannathHall abattoir — journalist’s wife describes husband’smurder.
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CHAPTER TWO: Terror in Narayanganj
Killer gangs on the loose — slaughter in Fabric Factory —two non-Bengali captive girls raped in a bus — rebelsmarch 500 wailing Bihari women and children.
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CHAPTER THREE: Human Abattoirs in Chittagong
Massacre of non-Bengalis in Wireless and FerozeshahColonies, Raufabad. Halishahar, Pahartali, Kalurghat andDotala — M. R. Siddiki, the “Butcher of Chittagong” —corpses flung into Karnaphuli river or burnt —slaughterhouses in Ispahani Jute Mills and Awami LeagueHQ — mass sex assault chambers for ravishing non-Bengalicaptive girls — foreign press reports on Chittagong killings— Pro-Pakistan Bengali murdered at Port—rescue of incarcerated Bihari women from dungeon.
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CHAPTER FOUR: Massacres in Chandraghona,Rangamati
Widow tells of husband’s kidnapping — burning andlooting of non-Bengali houses — captive women and
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children, herded in Camp for slaughter, rescued by PakistanArmy — killings in Paper and Rayon Mill.
 CHAPTER FIVE: Fire and Death in Khulna
Telephone Exchange wrecked by rebels — non-Bengalihotel burnt — March 23 massacre in non-Bengalisettlements — foreign press reports — slayings in Daulatpurand Khalispur — Riverside slaughter-houses and humanabattoir in jute mill — torture methods such as eye-gouging—killings in Pholtala, Bagerhat.
 
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CHAPTER SIX: Satkhira Aflame
Indian help to rebels — armed infiltrators — captive,bleeding Sub-Divisional Officer dragged through streets —killer gang hurls non-Bengalis into blazing jute godown —rebels carve “Joi Bangla” on foreheads of captive women —rebels flee to India.
 
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CHAPTER SEVEN: Hell in Dinajpur
Mob burns non-Bengalis in bus — postal van ambushed —gruesome murder of 250 Pathans by rebels of East PakistanRifles — killings in Neelmati—rebels parade 400 naked,captive Bihari women — Army rescues girl survivors —slayings in Paharpur— slaughter-house on bank of KanchanRiver — fiendish torture methods— Hindu militants inkiller gags— Rebels torture Bengalis who protected non-Bengali friends — killings in other towns.
 
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CHAPTER EIGHT: Carnage in Parbatipur
Non-Bengali Railway employees and families butchered —killings in train from Ishurdi — mass slaughter of non-Bengalis early in April — Mukti Bahini slayings inDecember — terrorised women flee to Saidpur.
 
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CHAPTER NINE: Slayings in Thakurgaon, Hilli
 
Massacre of non-Bengalis in Rahmatganj — killing inMosque — Bengali saves non-Bengali friend — murders inHilli, Phulbari, Ponchagarh and Chaur Kai — April 6
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 London Times
reports on Hilli murders.
 CHAPTER TEN: Slaughter in Laksham, Rajbari
Butchery in non-Bengali settlements in Laksham — Killingof non-Bengali Railway employees — killer gang kidnapsnon-Bengali girls in Rajbari —terrorised non-Bengaliwomen flee to Goal undo — terror in Faridpur.
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CHAPTER ELEVEN: Brutality in Kushtia
Genocide against non-Bengalis — mass murders in HardingBridge Colony — corpses thrown in Ganges River —dramatic breakthrough of captive Bihari women andchildren, herded in school building — slaughter inArwapara and Thanapara — massacre of non-Bengali menin Kushtia jail — sadists singe skin of non-Bengali victimswith burning cigarettes — wombs of pregnant womenripped open.
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CHAPTER TWELVE: Butchery in Chuadanga
Slayings in Murghi Patti colony — rebel attack on Railwaystation and slaughter of non-Bengali staff — assault oncaptive nonBengali girls in school building — torture of West Pakistani Officer.
 
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CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Killer gangs in Meherpur,Zafarkandi
Slaughter of non-Bengalis in Jute Mill in Meherpur —killergangs machine-gun victims escaping from blazing houses— non-Bengali girls kidnapped, raped and shot —non-Bengali population liquidated in Zafarkandi.
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CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Mass Murder in Ishurdi
 
Very few survived carnage of non-Bengalis — anti-Biharislogans on placards atop mounds of non-Bengali corpses —slaughter in Pachchum Tengri Colony.
 
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CHAPTER FIFTEEN: Persecution in Paksey
 
Agony of wailing non-Bengali widows and orphans herdedin mosque — 15-year-old boy esapes massacre with littlesister — adult male non-Bengalis killed.
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