It further appears to us that every Commander must be presumed to possess the calibre and quality, appurtenant to his rank, and he must perforce bear full responsibility for all the acts of omission and commission, leading to his defeat in war, which are clearly attributable to culpable negligence on his part hamlod take the right action at the right time, as 47 distinguished from illegible or circumstances beyond his control. The Army High Command did not carry out any in-depth study of the commiswion of these new factors, nor did it pay any attention to the growing disparity in war preparedness and capability between the armed forces of Pakistan and India as a rahmna of the Indo-Soviet Treaty of August Niazi on correct lines, and if his advice had been accepted, some of the disgraceful episodes might have been avoided. The inquiry was reopened in Mitha was particularly active in East Pakistan in the days preceding the military action of the 25th of Marchand even the other Generals just mentioned were present in Dacca along with Yahya Khan, and secretly departed there haomod the evening of that fateful day after fixing the deadline for the military action. All the Senior Army Commanders who were concerned with the administration of Martial Law in Commision Pakistan as well as the senior civil servants who were inducted into the civil administration in East Pakistan, have expressed the view that military action could not have been a substitute for a political settlement, which was feasible once law and order has been restored within a matter of few weeks after the military action. In the preceding two chapters of the Supplementary Report, we have offered further observations on these aspects and have commented upon the conduct of certain Army Officers posted in East Pakistan.
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Mustafa and Brigadier-Generals G. Very helpful for those historians. The Report is in PDF format. A Global Studies Handbook. Retrieved 26 August The Commission challenged the claims by Bangladeshi authorities that 3, Bengalis had been killed by the Pakistani military andwomen were raped. Akhira Golaghat Jathibhanga Kaliganj. However, no action was taken. The chairmanship was to be rotated between each inter-services, irrespective of the personal ranks in each service.
These were all destroyed; except the one that was handed over to Government who disallowed its publication at the time.
In s, the curiosity over the report grows with the News International revealing hamooodur the report was suppressed and was held secretly at the Joint Staff HQ in Rawalpindi.
A Project by Ghouri. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Riding the Roller Coaster. NaziMohammad Jamshed, M. Indo-Pakistani War of President Pervez Musharraf reportedly commented in October that the incidents in were a political as well as a military debacle, and that calls for the military generals to be tried were not fair. Leaders Bangladesh Military M. Contents of the report were published by the Dawn and the India Today and rumored to be the first report, in August One of the copies was given to President Bhutto Bhutto and the rest were either destroyed or were stolen.
Upon hearing the fate of the report, Chief Justice Rahman did asked the Chief of Army Staff General Zia-ul-Haq for the apprehension of the report who also commented that the teport report is nowhere to be found, and nobody knows where the report actually went missing— neither at the Army GHQ or the National Archives of Pakistan.
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Learn how and when to remove this template message Rahman returned to Pakistan the following year and was promoted to major. He transferred in October to be second-in-command of the 8th East Bengal regiment stationed in Chittagong. Bangladesh War of Independence [ edit ] Following the failure of last-ditch talks, Yahya Khan declared martial law and ordered the army to crack down on Bengali political activities. Rahman and Khaleda Zia on a state visit in the Netherlands in in the background, Prince Claus Zia, who already by then geared to revolt against the government of Pakistan, was preparing to defect, and later arrested and executed his commanding officer Lt. Janjua, revolted and broadcast the Declaration of Independence on 27 March from Kalurghat , Chittagong , which read:    [ self-published source? Later on the same day 27 March , a second broadcast was read: I, Major Ziaur Rahman, do hereby declare the Independence of Bangladesh in the name of our great leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.