Pakistan and the Bangladesh War '71
By: Frank Carlo
The Culture, government and geography
The society and culture of Pakistan consists of the following ethnicities: comprises numerous ethnic groups: the Punjabis, Kashmiris, Sindhis in east, Muhajirs, Makrani in the south; Baloch, Hazaras and Pashtuns in the west; and the Dards, Wakhi, Baltis and Burusho communities in the north. The government of Pakistan is a federal government. The current president of Pakistan is Mamnoon Hussain. He is currently 75 years old and has been president since 2013. The land area of Pakistan is 300,664 square miles. The total area of Pakistan is 301,401 square miles. The regions of Pakistan consists of mountain ranges, plains, deserts, and oceans. Pakistan and India started fighting over the Kashmir region. This led to war in 1949,1964,1971, and 1999. This led to many refugees to leave the country in order to escape warfare.
The flag of Pakistan
The national flag of Pakistan.
The Pakistan army
The army of Pakistan in the field.
Pakistan refugees fleeing their homes and eventually will attempt to leave the country.
The Bangladesh war
During the Bangladesh war, many people decided to flee their homes and look for a new life. Bomb shells were falling and bullets were flying. If anyone was caught fleeing the country, they would be shot on sight. This was an awful time for the people because they were forced to bring the mere necessities, that means no useless items. Like stated before, many people were killed because of the war. Wether they were killed by the military, or just killed by natural causes, this left a void. This is a void that can only be filled by the family member they lost. If it was the father, than the family would not only be heartbroken, bout they wouldn't have an effecient way to make money. Th people who were lost in this war will be remembered .