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7 number sector commander of the Liberation War of Bangladesh Lt Col (retd) Qazi Nuruzzaman at the Central Shaheed Minar.

The image is of the 1971 surrender document of Pakistan. The image is unique and is non replaceable unless someone has access to the original document.


The PAKISTAN Eastern Command agree to surrender all PAKISTAN

Armed Forces in BANGLA DESH to Lieutenant-General JAGJIT SINGH AURORA,

General Officer Commanding in Chief of the Indian and BANGLA DESH forces

in the Eastern Theatre. This surrender includes all PAKISTAN land, air

and naval forces as also all para-military forces and civil armed forces.

These forces will lay down their arms and surrender at the places where

they are currently located to the nearest regular troops under the

comand of Lieutenant-General JAGJIT SINGH AURORA.


The PAKISTAN Eastern Command shall come under orders of

Lieutenant-General JAGJIT SINGH AURORA as soon as this instrument has 

been signed. Disobedience of orders will be regarded as a breach of

the surrender terms and will be dealt with in accordance with the

accepted laws and usages of war. The decision of Lieutenant-General

JAGJIT SINGH AURORA will be final, should any doubt arise as to the 

meaning or interpretation of the surrender terms.


Lieutenant-General JAGJIT SINGH AURORA gices a solemn assurance 

that personnel who surrender shall be treated with dignity and respect

that soldiers are entitled to in accordance with procisions of the

GENEVA Convention and gurantees the safety and well -being of all

PAKISTAN  military and para-military forces who surrenders. Protection

will be provided to foreign nationals, ethnic minorities and personnel

of WEST PAKISTAN origin by the forces under the command of Lieutenant-



Image reference: Wikipedia

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