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The Hamoodur Rahman Commission Report or War Report [1] contains the Government of Pakistan 's official and classified papers of the events leading up to loss of East Pakistan and the war with India. That single report was handed over to the government , which forbade its publication at the time. An editorial entitled, " Gen Agha Mohammad Yahya Khan - 4 " written by Ardeshir Cowasjee on the basis of the Hamoodur Rahman Commission Report, demonstrated that "three men principally had been responsible for the loss, at the end of , of half of Jinnah's Pakistan— end of story.

Originally, it was thought that the Government of Pakistan had declassified the Report in and was made it available to the public as public domain whereas it was free to download on the internet. However, it was reported to be a "Supplementary Report" which was created after the prisoners of war returned after two years. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the final report issued by the Hamoodur Rahman Commission.

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Hamoodur Rahman Commission Report

The Hamoodur Rahman Commission Report or War Report [1] contains the Government of Pakistan 's official and classified papers of the events leading up to loss of East Pakistan and the war with India. That single report was handed over to the government , which forbade its publication at the time. An editorial entitled, " Gen Agha Mohammad Yahya Khan - 4 " written by Ardeshir Cowasjee on the basis of the Hamoodur Rahman Commission Report, demonstrated that "three men principally had been responsible for the loss, at the end of , of half of Jinnah's Pakistan— end of story. Originally, it was thought that the Government of Pakistan had declassified the Report in and was made it available to the public as public domain whereas it was free to download on the internet.

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Hamoodur Rahman Commission

Jump to navigation. That the HRC had been harsh on the military was easily surmised from Bhutto's grandiose announcement that every copy had been burnt. Yet, the speculation refused to die. Knowledgeable circles in Islamabad insisted that at least two copies had survived. One was found in the Bhutto house in Larkana in after his execution and subsequently kept under wraps in the Ministry of Interior. The other simply disappeared. Theories ranged from speculative deduction to the bizarre.

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The Hamoodur Rahman Commission otherwise known as War Enquiry Commission [1] , was a judicial inquiry commission that assessed Pakistan 's political—military involvement in East-Pakistan from to Constituted "to prepare a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the atrocities and war ", including the "circumstances in which the Commander of the Eastern Military Command , surrendered the Eastern contingent forces under his command laid down their arms. The commission's final report was very lengthy and provided an analysis based extensive interviews and testimonies. Its primary conclusion was very critical of the role of Pakistan's military interference, the misconduct of politicians as well as the intelligence failures of the Inter-Services Intelligence ISI and the Federal Investigation Agency FIA , which permitted the infiltration of Indian agents all along the borders of East Pakistan. Originally, there were 12 copies of the report.

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