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Political Development of Bangladesh from 1947-1971

Welcome

Political Development of Bangladesh from 1947-1971 

Meet my team members

  • K.M. Tahsin Kabir (22-46966-1)
  • Chowdhury Fardin Rakib Rizon (22-46959-1)
  • Shahariazzaman Joy (22-46955-1)
  • A.K.M. Mahamudul Hasan Shuvo (21-45804-3 )
  • Rifat Ara Bristy (22-46710-1 )

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Two Nation Theory
  • Language Movement
  • United Front (Election of 1954)
  • The Six Point Programme
  • Agartala Conspiracy
  • Mass Upsurge(1969)
  • Election of 1970
  • Liberation War 1971
  • Conclusion

Two Nation Theory

  • Language
  • Religion
  • Cultural differences
  • Democratic issues

Language Movement

  • Urdu shall be the state language of Pakistan?

United Front (Election of 1954)

  • Formed in the 1954 Election.
  • Won Pakistan’s first provincial general election
  • The Coalition consisted of The Awami Muslim League, The Krishak Praja Party, The Ganatantri Dal and Nizam-E-Islam.

The Six Point Programme

  • The constitution should provide for federal parliamentary form of Government based on adult franchise.
  • Deal with two subjects only.
  • either two separate/ freely convertible currencies / one currency with two separate reserve banks

The Six Point Programme

  • The power of taxation and revenue collection
  • Economic disparities between the two wings shall disappear
  • Built a Military force in East Pakistan.

Agartala Conspiracy

  • The case was filed in early 1968 and implicated Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and others in conspiring with India against the stability of Pakistan.

Mass Upsurge

  • The 1969 mass uprising in East Pakistan (Bengali: ঊনসত্তরের গণঅভ্যুত্থান, lit. '69's Mass uprising') was a democratic political movement in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)

1970-The Historical General Election

  • Twenty-four political parties prepared to land in the election arena of 1970.
  • Every party had its program but two parties_the Awami League and the Pakistan People’s Party_were being eyed by the electorate as the winners.

Result After Election

Net Impact of this Election in East Pakistan

  • Awami League emerged as the single majority party in the Pakistan National Assembly with 167 seats out of a total of 313
  • On the other side, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party won 88 seats(all from the western wing) and emerged as the second largest Parliamentary party.

Reasons for Success

  • Six point which was the main attraction in the party’s election manifesto.
  • Language issued
  • Economic Disparity
  • Bhola Cyclone

Liberation War 1971

  • March-June
  • June-September
  • October-December

Conclusion

  • Two Nation Theory
  • Language Movement
  • United Front (Election of 1954)
  • The Six Point Programme
  • Agartala Conspiracy
  • Mass Upsurge(1969)
  • Election of 1970
  • Liberation War 1971

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