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Madhobpur Genocide

A group of young Bengalis were taking down from the Pakistani army vehicle, their hand were tightly tied. The army forced them to dig the grave. When the digging was done they started to shot

Statement of the driver of Pakistan army

Allaudin was returning from Sylhet driving Major Shawkat's Jeep .The Jeep was stopped before the bridge.He claims that he eyewitness the killing of 17 young innocent on that day

Battle of Mohobbotpur

While they were taking rest near a shrine, another big group of Pakistan army attacked them very closely under cover of paddy field. The battle was face to face. Nine freedom fighters were killed by army

Noingao Genocide

2nd week of August 1971, the notorious Razakar commander “Fokir Chairman” brought the Pakistam army to this village. Army full of two vassals came from Chattak and and start their operation

A Survivor from Pakistani Killing

A soldier caught him and tried to kill him by putting the gun inside his mouth. But brave Mosadder Ali did not give up, jostling with the soldier. However, he was fasting and after a while he became tired

Eye Witness Statement of Chondro Bibi

They tried to catch her but luckily she managed to escape along with her children. She hid with others in a ditch at the backyard and waited for the army to leave. After a while, she heard gunshots

Pakistan Armys atrocity in Tengra Tilla area

The bunker in Tengratila was the prison for Bengali women. They would capture women from nearby and sexually assaulted captivating them in the bunker, many women became pregnant

Killing and Rape by Pakistan Army at Hada-Pandob area

After the Chatak cement factory war at end of October a defense was created by the freedom-fighters in Pandab village of Islampur union. Some of the freedom-fighters of Banshtala sub -sectors were from Papa Company

Killing of Father and Son at Chatak Bazar

Shamsu Mia’s nephew Moazzem Hossain Choudhury (Suja) was nine/ten years old. In his reminiscence he says- on 28 April, the Pakistani army approached Chatak after they destroyed Sylhet and the Razakars welcomed

Genocide SriRamsi

On 29 August two Razakars from Chilaura of Jagannathpur came to the village and suggested the youngsters to join the herd of the Razakars. People with the spirit of freedom drove them away.

Tale of Legendary Freedom Fighter Kakon Bibi

Kakon Bibi is a legendary woman freedom-fighter under Bashtola sub-sector. Her real name was Kaket and she belong to Khasia ethnic group. Her ancestral home was in Meghalaya in India, in the Natrai village