War 'Secrets' revealed by BBC
I was searching for a clue on the creation of Bangladesh issue and the first thing that I found was this report from BBC published published on 1 january 2003. The report by Rich Fountain, a BBC correspondent in London, reveals the hidden agends behind the liberation war of Bangladesh.
"Secret British official papers from 30 years ago shed new light on the bloody confrontation between India and Pakistan in 1971.
The papers show that the US administration believed that India was about to dismember Pakistan. The papers include secret transcripts of a summit meeting between the US and British leaders in December that year....
Beyond South Asia, many people saw it as a freedom struggle in which India played a helpful role against an oppressive military hierarchy in West Pakistan, led by General Yahya Khan.
But the transcripts of talks between the Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, and Mr Heath, and of the Heath-Nixon summit in Bermuda, show it was more than that.
Mrs Gandhi, on a visit to Britain, told Mr Heath of the pressure in her cabinet for her to take Pakistani territory and not return it. "
I am sure that this report will put an end to the whole creation of Bangladesh issue and seal the mouth of 'helping hand' theory lovers.