The Military rule of 1956

The Military rule of 1956

The Military rule of 1956

the then Army Chief General Ayub Khan. In the same year, General Ayub Khan removed Iskander on 26 October and declared himself President of Pakistan. The beginning of Ayub Khan's military rule, which

Hotabder was effective until June. At this time the constitution of 1956 was repealed and the Central and Dok Insva were dissolved. Besides, the activities of political parties were declared closed.

Reaction of the Six Points After the introduction of the Six Points, the reaction among the reactionary political parties began. They started propagating this policy of Awami League as anti-national unity by isolating Awami League. Even Maulana Bhasani criticized the six points. However, within Maulana Bhasani's own 14-point program of the National Awami Party (NAP), various demands for political and economic emancipation, including the autonomy of East Pakistan, were raised. The government rejected six points of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and others. The Awami League filed several cases against the leaders and activists and arrested them on May 8, 1986. In protest of this, protests and hartals were observed in East Pakistan. During the strike on June 6, 1986, 11 people, including Manumia, a worker from Tejgaon, were killed and many others were injured in the firing of police and EPR and about 800 people were arrested. In fact, due to the repression on June 7, the six-point demand for survival of the Bengalis took shape. Therefore, the historic six-point day is celebrated on June 8. Objectives of the Six Point Program: The 1966 Six Point Program had some clear and definite goals. However, its main goal was to build a just and communist society without any discrimination in the economic field. The other targets are 1. Attempts to build a non-discriminatory political system. 2. Determination to establish democracy in the political field. 3, to establish their own dominion over the resources of East Bengal. 4. The desire to be self-sufficient in the military field. 5. Determined to establish their authority in business, trade and foreign aid. Judging from all aspects, the six-point demand was the demand for self-determination of East Bengal. Demand to establish their own identity as a nation. The right to be self-sufficient in the social sphere. The nationalist movement started in East Bengal centered on the six-point demand. So in the final stage, the six-point demand became the essence of independence. The importance of the six points. Six-point charter of Bengalis. The importance of this is discussed below. Certificate of Liberation of Bengalis: Awami League President Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman said about the importance of six points.

The students were protesting against section 144

Six-point certificate of emancipation of the workers, peasants

 laborers, middle class and people of Bengal; The six-point tool is a tool to snatch the economic, social and political rights of the oppressed from the hands of the dictator. The self-reliance and self-reliance of the Bengali nation consisting of Muslims, Hindus, Christians and Buddhists. The key to achievement. ”31.

2. Demand for Autonomy: To establish the just rights of the people of East Pakistan through six point demands.

Autonomy is demanded. But Pakistani leaders misinterpreted it as a conspiracy to break Pakistan. Termed as. He tried to thwart the just rights (autonomy) of the Bengalis. Kamal. Uddin Ahmed said, “The main demand of the 6-point program was full autonomy. According to the 21 point program, 6 points. Kamsuch also became a demand for the lives of the Bengali people, which is less than the full support of the entrepreneurial class here. And it brought about a radical change in the politics of East Bengal. "

Self-sufficient size coin introduced, umbilical milli.

Key War Attraction. On the basis of these six points, the episode expressed Pakistan's desire to become self-sufficient. Pathak. In the future, Pakistan will become self-sufficient by preparing for the formation of Gaul, Alak militia force.

Akaka is revealed.

Increased Ulema in Bami Kare: The six-point demands were the lifeblood of the people of East Pakistan. So. Karat Sheikh Mujibur Rahman became very popular by presenting these demands to the Pakistani government.

Achieved and the popularity of the Awami League increased. . Awakening of democratic values: The six-point demand was the first to awaken democracy in dictatorial Pakistan.

Tool. This created new surprises at the conference on restoring democracy in Pakistan. Although the conference failed. Protest against Inequality: There were six points of protest against the discriminatory treatment of Bengalis by the West Pakistanis since the birth of Pakistan. By showing this inequality in the eyes of the Pakistani ruling class.

The Bengalis were instrumental in establishing the state of Pakistan

The Caliph Omar bin Abdul Aziz fully implemented the Islamic caliphate in his empire

Gave six points. a. Development of Nationalism

The Military rule of 1956

The people of East Pakistan are awakened to the Bengali nationalist spirit through the six-point formula.

Encouraged to take part in the next movement and struggle. . The seeds of the independence movement: The seeds of independent Bangladesh were contained in the six-point program. Six points

Bangabandhu used to say, "I gave the bridge to move from independence to independence."

This six-point program serves as a stepping stone to the freedom struggle in East Pakistan. In fact, the 11-point movement of the students, the mass uprising of '69, the election of '70 and the great liberation war of '71 took place around these six points. Therefore, it is not an exaggeration to call it the Magna Carta of the people of East Pakistan. Team work. 

Historic Agartola Case (1968 AD) Historic Agartola Case (1968 AD) The historic Agartola Case of 1968 is a failed attempt by the Pakistani government to thwart the movement for the rights of the disenfranchised and discriminated people of East Pakistan. As a result, the people of East Pakistan called for a mass uprising against Ayub Khan, the dictator of Pakistan. Background of Agartola Case. In 1956

Ayub Khan, the dictator of Pakistan, took over the power of the press through martial law

 Deprivation of freedom, deprivation of all basic rights including political rights of the people. In order to consolidate his power, he invented a special strategy called basic democracy in 1972 and released the political prisoners. At that time Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was released from prison and devoted himself to the reorganization of Awami League. He made the people aware of the various inequalities of the Pakistani ruling class towards the East Pakistanis. At different times Bangabandhu was associated with various professions, especially the young Bengali members of the military. In 1972, Lieutenant Commander of the Pakistan Navy Mayazzem Hassan met Bangabandhu with a group of army personnel. They exchanged views on Bangabandhu's movement.

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman went to Tripura in Ghashtab. There, Agartala, the capital of Tripura, sent a message to the then Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, through the then leader and later Chief Minister of Tripura, Sachindralal Singh, seeking his cooperation in the armed movement.

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