Bangladesh expresses gratitude to 1971 Indian heroes for helping attending freedom

15 Dec 2018 10:09 PM

Bangladesh expresses gratitude to 1971 Indian heroes for helping attending freedom

Updated 15 Dec 2018 10:09 PM

Expressing gratitude to the Indian Armed Forces, members of a visiting Bangladesh
delegation Saturday said that the country would not have attained liberation from Pakistan as fast as it did without the Indian forces.
Stating that Bangladesh has not forgotten the contribution of Indian Armed Forces, Bangladesh MP Quazi Rosy said that India extended all help to the people of erstwhile East Pakistan to attain freedom.

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