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Terror And Brutality In East Pakistan ( US Congressional Records, May 11, 1971 )

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'JGRESSIONAL
RECORD
-
ENA
j~~ln~~la-~.n~
matter.
&us
'and
ammunition
sapplied
by
us
on
a
gSiLllt basis
or
an-
m-
chases
are
being
used
by
one
side
in
this
e~ntllct.
3ar
eCOM&
a~dSblXe
n~blestheGovernment
of
-tan
to
divert
ftr
own
re~omgs
o
the
pmchse
at
more
armstocarryonthiawar.Ibelieveemis-
saries
from
West
F%kktan
are
here
right
now
to
a&
for more
arms
and
more
eco-
nomic
aid.
And
yet
they
W
ua
that
what
ishappeninginEsstBengslisaninter-
naI
matter
upun
which
we
shd
not
express
our
view.
In
the
drcums&Pces.
it
WPem
me
that
it
is
not
moush
far
the
senate
to
demand
sumension
oi
militrvP
dd
to
Pakis&n
until
this
contiid
is
resolved.
Under
the
existine
arrangements.
the
majority of
the
people
of
Pstisten
will
continue
to
be
deprived
of
the
benefits
of
our economic
asaistance.
Thereiore.
PnM
such
time
as
this
canflfct
is
resolved
to
the
satls2acUon of
the
eledd
leaders
of
East
Bengal,
our
ecanomic
aid
to
Pald-
stas
must
be
suspended.
I
stmngly
urge
this,
became
while
this
conttict
Issts.
w
economic
aid
we
give
to
Wdsku~
ill
bc
used
by
West
Pdrbtan
authorities
only
to
suppress the
majority
fn
East
Bend-
I
am
not
advacating
interference
In
Efegoesan:
~t
htemala
dong
streets
llncd
wi&
ram-
~~bodtuhambemburicdln
~w6n~snd~wlth~d~
~~laseovaeddMMctrAmfoond
mnontheparches~aouwrhi~thcm-
se1vcs
am
unaccllpicd
rrrd
d?sed
-t&s
intend
affairs.
I
am
advocat-
ing
our
dhemmgement
from
this
copdtctTikugh
the&
of
our
arms
and
oure~~nomtc
ssis~
n
this
colltlict,
the
Government
of
Pakistan
haa
bolved
us
in
it
as
a
partisan
agatnst
the
mare
POW-
low
part
of
Pagistan
We
wgd
to
dis-
engage
ou~elves
rom
thts
ccuLact
aun-
pleteiy
by
stopping
aZZ
miHtary
and
eco-
nomic
assistance
to
PakistaP
We
can
cnnsider resmnptlon of
addance
when
chum&mces
reassure
us
that
our
aa-
&tame
will
resch
where
it
iu
most
needed.
The
Government
of
-tan
after
ex-
peIling
foreign
correspondents
an
the
eve
of
military
action
in
East
Pakhtan,
has
fnvitedhsllad~ofthemiaracon-
d~tourofEastPagtstanunderapall
of
heavy
casaship.
One
d
he
priVnege
cumspondenta,
m.
!&.lcOtm
W.
rown,
reported,
in
The
New
York
TLmes
of
my
7:
Pmm
a
hellcopter
dying
over
the
eastern
reg!on
d
Eost
PaListon.
or?rt
des&ucUon
eoPldba~Lu~radabges...A
risltherabr~ttoadtyofdaobtl
a....
dgsrtrrama~ukofpeogieat~e~!setplace
aha
CBfdplly
saluted
pt%s?hg
umy
+P,
h4
dtY
athrPllY
ThisQnatthestoryofaminortn-
kmal
matter
of
Iaw
and
order.
What
thge
press
dispatches
indicate
b
a
ter-
rible
msyacre:
It
is
a
proper
matter
of
internatiMal
mterest
snd
world
can-
demnation
I..&
the
Senate
candann
it;
and
let
the
Seaate
ask
the
adminhh-
tian
to
raise
the
matiter
in
agpropdate
b-
ternatid
forums
such aa
the
Economic
and
SxW
Colmcil
with
a
view
to
seeg-
ing
redresi
of
the
grave
violations
of
hu-
man
rights
involved.
If
we
condone
the
happenings
in
East
pagistalinsnence.ttus~edywill~
be
compounded.
Reingees
are
stresrmng
out of
East
Wdstan,
and
the
Jndfsn
Governmeat
has
announced
that
it
Is
already
host
to
some
2
million
East
Ben-
galis
who
have
fled.
In
East
BePeal
iDreli.
with
the
disuption ofmxmaJ
We
and
commlmicatlons
there,
s
the
threat
d
famine;
there
also
is
the
&rest of
the
spread of
cholera
and
typhoid
and
other
epidemics.
Such
calamities
are
M
respectam
of
national
boundaries
and
intkatlanal
frontiers
r
do
~t
haw
the
p
Government
of
Pagisbn
is
go&
to
be
able
to
deal
with
those
thrests
with
its
reso-
depletedtobanlauptw
by
a
war
it
cannot afford.
and
the
malaritg
of
its
population
already
alienated.
It
is
necessary
that the
pressme
of
in-
ternatid
opinion
be
brought
to
bear
upon
that
Governmentto
create
condi-tions
in
East
Bengal
in
which
the
neces-
sary
relief
can
be
provided
to
millians
of
people who have
auly
known
denial,
exploitation
and
repression,
and
now, forno
fault
of
theirs,
face
the
threat
ofdecimation
by
famine
and
tpidemic.
I
a&
nnarrimoua consent
that
the
items
o
which
have
eferred
be
prfnted
in
the
Rem.
There
being
no
objection,
the
items
were
orderedtobe
printed
In
the
Rnc-
om,
0s
follows:
1
thc
Nm
e
'd,
W.
0,1971]
EIYW~T~~ACER
(-eQ
Ran
~~
Michel
Leurent
x%l
tn
Dacca,
00
apt-
af
mst
~whenthePoListPni~~
down
on
the Bengali
Lndsg-
mars-
.mept.l'T~~~tOtbdrhQtCL
But LaTUent
waded
m
bm
and
torPed
deoPstPtcd
uam
of
tho
city
Warn
bedag
appuy~vtthothes~~the
WeekQA)
(By
Mlchel
IAUnmt)
DmxS.
EAST
PAKmrm.-The
PPLtstrni
my
t&cked
the
Bcngall
lndep~mdenca
-nt
m
Dacfa
without
aMfne
hIus-
day
nieht
.qd
took
tho
P-
by
rrpgilw.
Tha
.rmp'ii
Amerkan
I624
-.
Uturrrg
mdini~dest?ogcd~partaafM
?Skistan's
lugest
dty
.nd
pmPindrl
gpi-
tal
The
ehid
torgsts
-
he
mi-,
me
popukms
Old
Clty
ahem
Bhdk
Mujlbur
BahmsnsndhilsA~~~atnlng-
=st,
aadtho
ind-uess onmeoutddm
af
tae
dty
at
13
Jnlmon
peaple.
Pahep67#30pe=msaaratllledtnMe
prov-hcu
capital
slona
ToFplpgthe8MIlbmPipsbstt;2e~&t-
-ymdJaterdsy,-fo-ithe~
bodi~ai~&~de~C~WILnthsirdclrmi-
-Y-
The
tadu
had
mida
dlraet
hits
cm'the
donalturic~
A
-
ram
had
beenhaally
dlld
fn
at
the
Ja-th
Coll~:
(10
mhdenia
wtm
rqarted
ldud
ln
1qb.l
Hall
About
M
bodla
matlllonthagmtwiandbtheM-
tori-
Roops
nporteQy
&ed
-
nto
Me
mrdicalcnllege~talbutthe~tytontherewaanat~
Th-
ded
the
city
wltli
only
whrt
*-Jld~.QOPlbpaahed~loadcd
wlth
faod
snd
cloths
Only
r
fw
UZSOIM
re-
to
g
depib
th4
orders
oZ
the
mill*
reghe.
[Pnmr
+AS?
hi-
Sup-Tlma.
Mar.
30,1971
1
grarrsr~x
ON-ITCES~~~
or
SLAUG~TEX
EAST
P-Ax(By
8
DrLne)
DACCA.
Earrr
P-An--In
the
name
d
'GQd
and
8
united
pakishaa
DBC(a
in
a
crushed
rad
mshtened
city.
arb
34
hours
oi
smung
by
ata
of
the
-tan
army
u
many
as
7.WO
people
are
dead.
Iarge
-
f
the
dty
have
been
levded.
md
Eost
Psgistap'r
Qht
lor
inde-
pendence
has
been
put
to
aa
end.
Desptta
daims
by
Reddent
Agha
Muham-
mad
Yahp
&hn,
head
of
F%kMaz'a
mLUtaz-7
g-
that
Gu
dtauuOLI
b
dm.
a
late
rs
Sunday
tho~da
r
people
wan
*ulg
to
t&a
coun~
hs
ci*
-
ererLmostd~mdthrlughterwaa
coptinulng
La other
psrb
of
the
pmrince.
Thuecoynodaubtthatthedrmyapslzl
wnIzza1
of
al3
the
tawm
md
major papub-
tlopeantusaodtllat~caaar~
and
appszntly
Ine~Tcctlve.
As
af
Sunday.
pe@n
mure
6W.l
bdng
ibet
at
what
appeared
to
ba
the
lIl@ltcsL
provaa-
ttoq
bldldbg3
were
atlU
kFPg
datroycd.
and
the
military
rpprared
to
be
mcfs
deter-
mtaed
than
ever
to
-
ts
control Ova
the
73
1311
engalue
In
Ps&ataa
Although
an
accurate
estimste
of
dvmall
cgsualtia
la
Impestble.
reporb
dltaring
Ln
tram
0utlyIJ.lg
ucae,
wudtng
Chitta%ong,
ComLlla
snd
Jessom.
put
the
dm.
Mud-
Lng
Dacca.
st
&bout
19.000
ded.
D-TH,
DmCZDOn
OBVIOVS
The
extent
Of
death
and
d
in
Dpao
-
bvloua:
Students
dad
in
thclr
beds.
butchem
tn
the
markem
klued
behind
~~~nmdJltldrspburnedtO
death
In
the
house.
PakWmi8
of
Hindu
rellgiau
shot
en
m,
and
shopping
vars
nrzcd
by
lke.
By Sunday,the
PatistrPl
flew
over
nearly
every
bullding
0
he
dQ
MlIltprl
asualuu
am
not
known
but
rt
Lest
ro1dlen ham
been
wounded
md
OMomnrUlIed.
~ae~cngallaprmngsrrmcdtooverrm
tha
moment.
Sheik
mfl?nR
aPhman
wa
swn
away
by
tb
umy
md
nearly
all
thc
top
members
of
bla
Awami
~lsctionham.Isokmurcsted
Leading
pouuut
rctivtsB
rn
urrskd,
othara~~mdtheamasai~
'newspapers
that
supported
Mujlbas
inde-
pendence
nbxement
-
edmpd.
Tae~eargctofumytanhthatmlled
fnta
DUXA
Thursday
-ht
ma
the
studenti
An
eqtlmsted
three
battaliom
of
tmDps
were
used
in
the
attack
an
-PB.
'simamc
one
rrttlIery
snd
om?
infantry.
mq
started
leaving
the
bamaCk3
ahafuy
bdam
10
pm.
By
11
pa.
mg
ad
broken
out.
md
thc
peoplewho~strreedto~yercctmnlra-
shift.
~~~
sa.
tm
~~,
hunith.
co-
pip-
early
czmmltla
aa
the
troops
rolled
Into
.
to-
mlpb~aarncdehat~lau
hqpaahg,
but
he
refused
to
1
hts
houe."VI~oLntohtdinst21q~barn
the
whde
oi
Dsaer.
t,
lnd
me.**
side
whe
6caped
urmt.
y?m
The~ts~Plso~bpithc8a
whom~~UPdletcrsaidmmethaugbt
mcp
muld
OPlY
be
urata&
.
Lcd
by
AmaicanauppUcd
M-W
Warld
War
11
tanka.
one
column
Oi
trmpl
aped
to
Dater
University
dtorUy
atter
m(.lnlrrkt.
Tmopstoak
~5thcBritlehC~Il~
and~ltauanre~tashcI1~y
dormttary-
Caught
bgsurprhe, mum
aQQataddsmc
Wed
tn
4bPl
Hall.
hasdm
oi
thc
'
mtlltantly
antigav~~mmt
tuhfr
Ubim
~sshcllsrLammedlnta*ebuu~.od~
:roome
raa
spnyed
with
&.
CBGR
 
May
11,
1971
CONGRESSIONAL
RECORD
-
ENA
Two
days
later
bodia
were
sUU
hmoulda-
mg
in
theh
bvncd-out
moms,
0th-
were
scattered
outside.
mom
&?atul
in
a
WY
Me,
so
art
-dent lay
sprawled
m
is
essal.
seven
tcscaers
dled
Ia
their
quarks
md
a family
of
11
were
gunned
dow
M
they
bld
In
an
outhouse.
The
milltury
removed
msnp
uf
the
bodies,
but
the
80
bodha
still
thar
could
never
have
uxoantad for
all
the
blood
In
the
cca-
ddors
of
Lqhal
Hall.
At
another
&all
the
dead
were
buried
by
the
mldivs
in a hastily dug
maas
gmve,
then
bulldozed
over
by
tazh.
People
living
near
the
univcnlf
were
caught
In the
h,
oo,
rnd
200
yard8
of
shantly
housa
running
alangskLa
a rrLlwsy
line
were
destroyed
dw
he
at&ck&my patrob
.Iso
-a
-y
market
area.
Thc
saidim
nca
down
between
the
~~tJl+iro-uthspr(cpt.m
days
later.
when
P
~ss
aa+ihle
to
get
out
8n4ewUltlUa,wmcofthemcnweresM1
lylng
rs
though
sleep.
aelr blanketa
pulled
up
mu
hek
shoulders.
InthesamrdistrkttheDecca~
Callege
received
dLmt
bszooka
m
and
m
me
-
MY
amsgtd
As
the
untPvstQ
came
under
attack.
columns
oi
troops
moved
ln
on
tha
&laby
heedqwrrfusdthe~FnHstanpcllaon
the
otha
slde
of
the
dtr.
Tanks
opened
&e
ibt,
nd
then
thm
troop6
mooed
in
and
leveled
tha
men'a
despFng
quarters.
dring
Lncandlsry
munds
into
the
buildings.
It
W?U
Mt
by
people
living
opposite.
how
many
dled
bat
out
of
1.lm
pdtcc
bssed
that
not
manf
are
bellwed
to
have
acrpcd
LPYOHm
Ell
ASthis~g~Lng~~athCr~Bhsdnu-
rounded
Mujib's
how.
Whm
eons
she
efore
1
a=
Frldap.
ha
aaid
he
was
expecting
an
attack
my
mirruta
rod
that
he
had
sent
evngonc
except
hia
mts
nd
a
bodyguard
away
to
aarety.
A
nclghbormld
thrrt at
1:10
rm
atmL,
anu~mredcarmdtrucblaadedPritbtm~~s
drove
down
the
street
dring
aocr
thc
hoarr
"Sblek
you
aould
eom+
chm."
m
omcer
called
to
Mujib
in
EngUah
u
hey
rbppcs
outside.
Re
replled
by
rtcpphg
out
on
o
hia
balcony
md
aaylng.
"Yea,
I
ma
mudy
but
thereis~needtD~.Allyou~~dtohaw
done
8
all
nb?
on
Uw
trlcphoae
.nd
I
would
have
came."
TheomcCrthen~Lntothsgardea
Of
thc
house
ond
told
Mulib:
TOU
e
U-
trrted"
He
waa
taken
away
slang
with
tbrea
aem-
mta,
m
.I&
d
his
hod-
who
was
badly
besten
when
he
stmrkd
to
bwalt
W
OBhr.
One
man
wtu
Hlled-a
night
watch-
man
hi-
behind
the
fcna
of
thc
h~uas
nart
door.
By1amiJruvcrebprnipsaUavaM4
dtr,
frappe
had
occnpicd
the
antversi8
.nd
wmup*
w.
&a
ahwttng
at
8hldenta
atm
in
llidtng
md
were
repbdng
BepgaIt
ipdep~~denca
gn
with
PakMml
nstionsl
flagr.
There
wm rtLZl
heavy
shew
tn
mme
ucu.
bat
the
ng)lm
WE3
bc%nntps
to
slacken.
Oppoalte
the
Xntercan~tal
otel
where
foreign
)omnull&
wem
detained,
a
platoon
dtroopsnlxcmdth4empty~ofTh4
P-P~
~pcrpcr
mning
it
-
ung
Wthmosth~tnfheuesaadLillLPgr
night
vatalmau
~nrm~WEOrmrrs
Butthaworrrt~yettotomrAtn~Imtdday
my,
grin
without
warning,
.Q)1-
af
tnwpn
poured
FptD
the
old
&on
of
the
dty
whuc
more
tban
a
mLUt011
people
Ilve
in.
rprawung
ai
nurma
-
strrcta
Pcrf-brntrt11haun,thcy
to
EpkW+UcdUy
de.Mte
lrrp
=the
"old
Town"
a3
It
la
&ed
where
Mum
hsd
Mme
or
his
strongest
support
oi
thc
people
inDseea
They
mddealy appeared at
thc
end
of
the
atmet."
ilnCd
OM
old
man.
%en
they
dmPe
down
it
drfng
Into
sll
the
hou8es."
Thc
lead
-anft
-sm
followed
by
mldiem
cangtng
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men,
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there
that
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army
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force
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that
h
underd
nation#.
.
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need
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ta
go
the
whole
distpna.
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the
only
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per
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Thursday
and
=day
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total
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bulletd
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the~toputLnpo~rau@murthcy
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buried
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ras
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men
todry,
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&my
exewnen
its
authur-
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PaUsbnl
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tmrning
a
human
bcfng.
alive
dead,
i
POEgy f-blddrp
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mtb
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w
isma
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MUSUIW
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znim
vicbfy.
bnd
mg
militpry
-
eq*
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not
-
blood-
lhcduthr3~~.-far
the~~indcerdcb--sPp881~t"-
Clmea~tohoacool~~~
hadulcUleteaf~rp~pp~*~--
CBGR

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