Documents Of Historic Agartala Case Handed Over To DU
The Agartala Proceedings, one of the best noteworthy reports for the country, has been given over to Dhaka University (DU) commanding voices so as to save those in the college library for examination and other scholarly purposes.
DU Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. AAMS Arefin Siddique got the six volumes of the procedures that maintain the noteworthy certainties recorded amid the created trial against Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman in the late seventies, said a DU public statement.
The trail is also called "Agartala Shorojontro Mamla" (Agartala Conspiracy Case). Equity Farid Ahmed of the High Court Division of the Supreme Court gave over the report to Professor Arefin Siddique at his official habitation on March 06, 2016 (Sunday).
Agartala Conspiracy Case was confined by the Pakistan Government in 1968 amid then Pakistani military ruler Ayub Khan against Bangabandhu and in addition some in-administration and ex-administration armed force faculty and high government authorities. Every one of them were blamed for association in a scheme for severance of East Pakistan from Pakistan with the assistance of the Government of India.
Notwithstanding the mass development, the Ayub government was at last constrained to pull back the Agartala Conspiracy Case on February 22 in 1969. All the denounced, including Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman, were discharged unequivocally.
On February 23 in 1969, an excellent open gathering was agreed to all the denounced at Paltan Maidan in Dhaka where Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman was vested with the nickname of "Bangabandhu". This false case hugy affected pursuing the development against Pakistani administration and a consequent outfitted battle for freedom in 1971.