On 16 December 1971, Pakistan ultimately called for unilateral ceasefire and surrendered its entire four-tier military to the Indian Army– hence ending the Indo-Pakistani war of 1971.  On the ground, Pakistan suffered the most, with 8,000 killed and 25,000 wounded, while India only had 3,000 dead and 12,000 wounded. 
- 3–16 December 1971 (13 days)
- Indian victory, Eastern front:, Surrender of East Pakistan military command, Western front:, Unilateral ceasefire
- Eastern Front:, India–East Pakistan border, Bay of Bengal, Pasha enclaves, Western Front:, India–Pakistan border, Line of Control, Zero Point, Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea
- Eastern Front:, Independence of East Pakistan as Bangladesh, Western Front:, Indian forces captured around 15,010 km² (5,795 sq mi) of land in the West but returned it in the 1972 Simla Agreement as a gesture of goodwill., Territory captured in Kashmir was retained by both sides and a new Line of Control defined.
The Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 was a military confrontation between India and Pakistan that occurred during the liberation war in East Pakistan from 3 December 1971 to the fall of Dacca (Dhaka) on 16 December 1971. 512 relations.
Apr 15, 2020 · December 16 : the Pakistani forces stationed in East Pakistan surrendered. Aftermath. Thus the India Pakistan War of 1971 came to an end on 16 December 1971. The war lasted for just 13 days, and is one of the shortest wars in history. The provisional government of Bangladesh arrives in Dhaka from exile.
Dec 16, 2014 · Victory day (Bengali: বিজয় দিবস Bijôy Dibôs) is a national holiday in Bangladesh celebrated on December 16 to commemorate the victory of the Allied forces High Command over the Pakistani forces in the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. The Commanding officer of the Pakistani Forces General AAK Niazi surrendered with his ...
Dhaka, Bangladesh. 16th Dec, 2015. A flag vendor selling Bangladesh's national flag. Bangladeshi people observing Victory day. On 16 December 1971 Bangladesh gained victory after 9 month long liberation war against Pakistan.
Dec 7, 2018 - 16 December Victory day images: Victory Day is celebrated every 16 December in Bangladesh to mark the anniversary of the surrender of Pakistan’s armed forces in Bangladesh at the end of the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War.
India entered the war on 3 December 1971, after Pakistan launched pre-emptive air strikes on northern India. Overwhelmed by two war fronts, Pakistani defenses soon collapsed. On 16 December, the allied forces of Bangladesh and India defeated Pakistan in the east.
Dec 16, 2015 · In 2002, one of Pakistan’s military rulers, Pervez Musharraf, expressed regret for the harm done , and was the first to offer a subtle apology. Earlier this month, however, Pakistan suddenly retracted that stance, and categorically denied that any war crimes were committed in 1971. The statement came after one of the Jamat-e-Islami leaders ...
New!!: 1971 Bangladesh genocide and 1971 Dhaka University massacre · See more » 2013 Shahbag protests On February 5, 2013, protests began in Shahbag, Bangladesh following demands for capital punishment for Abdul Quader Mollah, who had been sentenced to life imprisonment, and for others convicted of war crimes by the International Crimes ...
Mar 26, 2020 · On 16 December 1971, 93,000 soldiers of the Pakistan army, led by Lieutenant General Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi, surrendered to the Mukti Bahini and the Indian army at the Race Course in Dhaka. Bangladesh was a free people's republic. And yet the price its people paid in the struggle for freedom would be unprecedented in the annals of history.