East Pakistani


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East Pakistani

adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) or its inhabitants
n
3. (Placename) a native or inhabitant of the former East Pakistan
4. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of the former East Pakistan
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Adj.1.East Pakistani - of or relating to or characteristic of Bangladesh or its people or language; "Bangladeshi dialects"
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Mind you, the East Pakistani students living in Karachi at the time were doing pretty well for themselves.
The country got its first constitution in 1956 when the principle of parity was accepted by the East Pakistani Bengalis primarily due to the efforts of Husain Shaheed Suharwardy.
And it's no use saying they would have played any way, because before 1971 only one East Pakistani played a Test, and he only played one Test.
In the 1960s, Ayub Khan had arrested the East Pakistani leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman under the Agartala Conspiracy case.
Unfortunately, most Pakistani writing on the subject is still focused on the role of India in the military debacle instead of the role of its own Punjabi civil-military oligarchy in creating the economic and political conditions that led to the acute alienation of East Pakistani Bengalis.
Ironically, at the same time when the West Pakistani NSF emerged as the most vocal student organization against the military rule of Ayub Khan, the East Pakistani NSF played the role of a militant organization for the regime which regularly attacked the opposition forces.
It was, however, at the 1956 PEA conference at Chittagong that the so-called Dacca School mooted the case of two economies and articulated it in a special conference of East Pakistani economists on the first FYP.
The National Language Issue: Potent Force for Transforming East Pakistani Regionalism into Bengali Nationalism.
This did not cause him any curiosity because the majority of the East Pakistani politicians who joined the Pakistan People's Party were ulama led by Maulana Nur-uz-Zaman.
Nawab Ali (later Brig) an East Pakistani AMC doctor after obtaining Royal colleges Memberships (all three) got training in cardiology under Prof Paul Wood.
Surely, the East Pakistani was not a " true Muslim"?
Speeches of some East Pakistani members of Central Cabinet in relation to Bengali language literature and culture generated doubts during the later stage of the Ayub regime.

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