THE POLICY FAILURES OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENTS DURING EAST BENGAL CRISIS, 1947-71

Authors

  • Kashif Iqbal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46568/jssh.v58i2.12

Keywords:

Central government, Policy failures, Elections, Major decisions, PPP and Awami League, Fall of Dhaka

Abstract

The incident of 1971 is a historical concern. Both wings of Pakistan were united at the time of the creation of Pakistan but some policies that were adopted after the creation of Pakistan were inadequate to resolve the growing differences between the both wings. Writers are divided regarding the causes of the Fall of Dhaka. Indian involvement has been highlighted frequently and it is also said that East Bengal was on the distance of 1000 km from West Pakistan. Apart from these causes, this study will highlight a new perspective regarding the separation of East Bengal. From 1947 to 1971 the central governments of Pakistan took some measure regarding formulating policies and the policies were not sufficient to bring people of the both wings closer. Thus, the major policies and their consequences would be analysed in this paper. Further, this research would be a new one in a sense that there would be a general description of the policies from both wings.

Published

2019-12-31

How to Cite

Iqbal, K. (2019). THE POLICY FAILURES OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENTS DURING EAST BENGAL CRISIS, 1947-71. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 58(2), 107-119. https://doi.org/10.46568/jssh.v58i2.12