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Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad organized the “Bangladesh Festival”

He informed the guests about the life of Bangabandhu, his works and philosophy, involvement and activities for world peace; and the 'World Peace Conference' to be held in Dhaka at the end of this year.

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June 18, 2021

Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad organized “Bangladesh Festival”



The Policy Times Dhaka Bureau:
As part of the celebrations of the Birth Centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the Golden Jubilee of our Independence, the Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad organized an elaborate program titled “Bangladesh Festival” on 12 June 2021.

Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad organized “Bangladesh Festival”


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The program started with the ceremonial inauguration of the exhibition of portraits, photos, books, and posters on the Father of the Nation, and the development of Bangladesh by High Commissioner Mr. Md. Ruhul Alam Siddique. He informed the guests about the life of Bangabandhu, his works and philosophy, involvement and activities for world peace; and the ‘World Peace Conference’to be held in Dhaka at the end of this year. In his welcoming speech, the High Commissioner paid deepest respect and tribute to the greatest Bengali of all time, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, highlighted his contribution and sacrifices for the Independence of Bangladesh. A cultural program- a composition to depict Bangladesh through the rally, dance, music, and chorus song then took place. A flute maestro and a team of dhol (drum) players enthralled the guests with their rendition throughout the event. In the end, the guests were entertained with a wide range of Bangladeshi cuisines.

Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad organized “Bangladesh Festival”


The Chancery was decorated with banners, festoons, flowers, artworks, colorful lightings in a traditional Bangladeshi way. Over two hundred guests including senior government officials, musicians, painters, civil society members, former diplomats, media personnel, physicians, members of the Bangladesh community, and mission officials along with their family members attended the festival.

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He informed the guests about the life of Bangabandhu, his works and philosophy, involvement and activities for world peace; and the 'World Peace Conference' to be held in Dhaka at the end of this year.

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sad days when a traitor is celebrated in one's own country. I have said it again and again, this is just to rub it in our faces. We should cut any ties with Bangladesh, until they get out of this Banglabundu, Hasena, Indian worship. It's our delusion that some day Bangladesh will stand up against India and situation would somehow become favorable to us. They are india lap dogs, sure they bark at it's master sometimes but in the end they are as loyal as a dog.
 

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sad days when a traitor is celebrated in one's own country. I have said it again and again, this is just to rub it in our faces. We should cut any ties with Bangladesh, until they get out of this Banglabundu, Hasena, Indian worship. It's our delusion that some day Bangladesh will stand up against India and situation would somehow become favorable to us. They are india lap dogs, sure they bark at it's master sometimes but in the end they are as loyal as a dog.
Stupid thinking

They are celebrating their own country which is their right

Pakistan officially accepted BD And Mujib ur Rehman back in 1973. There is no point in whining like a baby now. We are not India
 

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If this was done in say India, the OP wouldn't have felt the need to post it on a Pakistani forum.
Pakistanis are very tolerate when dealing with guests in their country, however sadly can't say the same for otherwise......a Pakistani bank in Dacca is about to shut down for business as the locals who have been taking loans have refused to pay back.
 

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Current government is head over heals for Bangladesh and Mujib.

No need to post YouTube videos of Imran Khan about Bangladesh. AI script of YouTube does that automatically.

Pakistan should put a GI tag on Banganbundhu
Stupid thinking

They are celebrating their own country which is their right

Pakistan officially accepted BD And Mujib ur Rehman back in 1973. There is no point in whining like a baby now. We are not India
75.

Bhutto regime accepted Bangladesh.

Kids growing up today still question as to how why what and who of the affair.

Mukti Bahani was a terrorist entity.
 

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did they also mention how they liked their own Bangabandhu and his family? Also, did they mention how they Also killed their own Pak army traitor Bangladeshi first COAS?
 

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The relationship of Pakistan and Bangladesh as one unit was not natural. We should accept the reality and move on

there is no nation in the world that has two units 1000 miles a part and lived happily as one nation. The differences were bound to occur sooner or later

we should respect Bangladeshi brothers and sisters and let them celebrate their leaders just like we do for our own
 

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For what karma? Ignoring India an establishing good relationship with OIC and pakistan?

Do you think that these karma results is his murder? Then who murdered him? Surely who didn't want him making good relationship with OIC and Pakistan correct?

So who's interest you are serving by saying so? Do you have the IQ of even thinking if it?

Or do you want to say that it's Pakistan who killed him as a reward of his friendly relationship with pakistan? You must be a fool then.

Or are you guys really like that as India propagate? Are you killers of friends? Will China trust you then? What say you?
 
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For what karma? Ignoring India an establishing good relationship with OIC and pakistan?

Do you think that these karma results is his murder? Then who murdered him? Surely who didn't want him making good relationship with OIC and Pakistan correct?

So who's interest you are serving by saying so? Do you have the IQ of even thinking if it?

Or do you want to say that it's Pakistan who killed him as a reward of his friendly relationship with pakistan? You must be a fool then.

Or are you guys really like that as India propagate? Are you killers of friends? Will China trust you then? What say you?
Bengalis killed him for being Pakistani.
 

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sad days when a traitor is celebrated in one's own country. I have said it again and again, this is just to rub it in our faces. We should cut any ties with Bangladesh, until they get out of this Banglabundu, Hasena, Indian worship. It's our delusion that some day Bangladesh will stand up against India and situation would somehow become favorable to us. They are india lap dogs, sure they bark at it's master sometimes but in the end they are as loyal as a dog.
Do you see any point in diplomacy?

90+ percent of Bangladeshis are Muslim.

Not saying that they are partial to either country, but who do you see cheering for Pakistan when Pakistan/India team plays in Dhaka?

Don't alienate Bangladeshis. They are Pakistan's brothers and sisters at the end of the day. This is not emotion. It is strategy. Think.

An outstretched hand of friendship should not be spurned.

Hasina will not be leading Bangladesh forever.

None of the present generation in either country were alive in 1971. They bear no responsibility for what happened. See Indian saajish for what it was. To weaken Pakistan and gain a valuable market for their banyas. Do not be complicit in that scheme.

It's like saying France and Germany still hating each other because of what happened fifty years ago.
Post reported for forum rule violation. Be thoughtful and considerate.
 

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Do you see any point in diplomacy?

90+ percent of Bangladeshis are Muslim.

Not saying that they are partial to either country, but who do you see cheering for Pakistan when Pakistan/India team plays in Dhaka?

Don't alienate Bangladeshis. They are Pakistan's brothers and sisters at the end of the day. This is not emotion. It is strategy. Think.

An outstretched hand of friendship should not be spurned.

Hasina will not be leading Bangladesh forever.

None of the present generation in either country were alive in 1971. They bear no responsibility for what happened. See Indian saajish for what it was. To weaken Pakistan and gain a valuable market for their banyas. Do not be complicit in that scheme.

It's like saying France and Germany still hating each other because of what happened fifty years ago.


Post reported for forum rule violation. Be thoughtful and considerate.
There are growing calls for more people to people contact between Pakistan and Bangladesh.

We appreciate our own diplomatic efforts towards Bangladesh and all things related to east but with or without Hasina, Bangladesh government will never give up the genocide card.

The internal policies of Bangladesh for past decades may only result in more radical leaders after Hasina exploiting the boogeyman of Pakistan.
 

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did they also mention how they liked their own Bangabandhu and his family? Also, did they mention how they Also killed their own Pak army traitor Bangladeshi first COAS?
Bangabandhu is being celebrated in Islamabad because current administration head (PM) is his daughter. That is the sum-total of the situation. Nothing less, nothing more.

Far less than the majority in Bangladesh are AL lovers and had seen and lived through the dark chapter of AL rule from 1971 to August 15, 1975.

Most Pakistanis do not know this history and, should not take credit for him being gone. He had to go because there were excesses during his rule (resulting in famine, no less) and the family was close to getting to dynastic rule.

The fact that a few in the army took it upon themselves to change things - speaks only to the severity of the rule.

Past his demise, there was no celebration, only a sad realization that things had to come to this state of affairs to warrant such a violent change.

People were also sad, because the Sheikh was (though innocent himself, well-loved as naive/trusting), a callous person who let his cohorts and dependents (mainly his male children and relatives) run amuck with crazy shenanigans (abducting good looking army wives) and verboten things, such as equipping a parallel army to protect AL supporters and Mujib's family with Indian help. The whole family (extended ones too) paid a very high price for such intransigence.

Do you see anyone in India doing this to the current fascist ruler?

But this had to be done in Bangladesh, someone had to do it.

As soon as a different party comes to power, all the buildings/bridges named after Bangabandhu will be considered for re-naming. Nothing unnatural stays forever. Bangladeshis are a practical bunch.
 

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but with or without Hasina, Bangladesh government will never give up the genocide card.
Well I don't think genocide is a "card". Unless you support what Yahya Khan and Niazi did ("Mai is haramzad kaum ki nasal badal dunga"). It is well-documented. Niazi was no strategist. And they had cameras, video cameras and tape recorders fifty years ago.

History is history - but who should be dwelling on that fifty years later? We should move on.

Only those who gain from reciting history (Hasina and Indians) do so in Bangladesh, it is Hasina's political platform for staying in the Gaddi and vendetta point. AL and Indians have been very successful in propagandizing this, because it is the major block from normalizing relations between Bangladesh and Pakistan. Indians understand this very well.

Who is living in Pakistan or Bangladesh who perpetrating these war-crimes? Even Israel and Germany have normalized relations.

Don't be an accessory to Indian propaganda. Think diplomatically.
 

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Not gonna name names here

But imagine whining like a baby over a country's festival , couldn't be me and the usual MUH HUH INDIA SLAVVVVVVVVVVVVEVEVVEVEVEVEVEVEVEVEVVE

:disagree:
 

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Well I don't think genocide is a "card". Unless you support what Yahya Khan and Niazi did. It is well-documented. They had cameras, video cameras and tape recorders fifty years ago.

History is history - but who should be dwelling on that fifty years later? We should move on.

Only those who gain from reciting history (Hasina and Indians) do so in Bangladesh, it is Hasina's political platform for staying in the Gaddi and vendetta point. AL and Indians have been very successful in propagandizing this, because it is the major block from normalizing relations between Bangladesh and Pakistan. Indians understand this very well.

Who is living in Pakistan or Bangladesh who perpetrating these war-crimes? Even Israel and Germany have normalized relations.

Don't be an accessory to Indian propaganda. Think diplomatically.
You are on a thread about Bangladesh festival in Islamabad and yet want to talk diplomacy and claim morality? Be fair to random differences in opinion.

I don't see Jinnah being celebrated in Bangladesh nor Pakistan movement taught for its political reality nor resurrection of objective resolution in Bangladesh.

All I am getting for this diplomacy is promise of eventual death of most prominent democratic leader produced by Bengal in the past 50 years.

We need to be fair as much as we need to be diplomatic.

Our strategic diplomacy in Bay of Bengal is the same as it was in 1947.
 
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