Pakistanis are burning with jealousy seeing a new Bangladesh that has been a country free from hunger and poverty in the last century. The killers and rapists of the 1971 Liberation War cannot tolerate the progress of Bangladesh. The Pakistanis and their allies including Jamaat-e-Islami, who were defeated in the 1970 elections and the Liberation War, are regularly hatching conspiracies to distort Bangladesh history. Even Pakistani spies are daydreaming about forming a Pakistan-Bangladesh federation with the help of Jamaat. In this case, an anti-Bangladesh clique of David Bergman and pinaki bhattacharya is helping them to spread online propaganda.
Pakistan, originally, was a state founded on the mercy of the Bengalis. During the partition of the country based on religion in 1947, the country was established due to the majority of Bengalis. But within a short time, the face of West Pakistanis was unmasked. They started exploiting and torturing the ordinary Bengalis. As a result, our Bengalis were looking for a way to get rid of the Pakistani oppression. For two long decades, the undisputed leader Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman prepared the nation for its liberation. Under his prudent and tactical leadership, Bangladesh finally emerged as an independent state.
But, the Pakistanis cannot forget the defeat of 1971. In retaliation, Pakistani detectives helped assassinate Bangabandhu in 1975. Even in 2004, they gave a haven to those involved in the assassination attempt on Bangabandhu’s daughter Sheikh Hasina. However, Bangladesh has moved towards a developed state by dint of the visionary leadership of Sheikh Hasina in recent times while Pakistan is being condemned all over the world due to its patronage and links to militancy directly. Moreover, the ordinary people of the country are suffering from hunger, malnutrition and poverty due to its devastated economy. That is why, with the help of Jamaat, they have been conspiring to turn Bangladesh into a failed state by spreading militancy. Even the prime minister of Pakistan, the debt-ridden country and hotbed of militancy, also expressed his frustration over Bangladesh’s progress.