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BANGLADESH, PAKISTAN & U.S.S.R.: PROFILE: ZULFIKAR ALI BHUTTO AND SHEIKH MUJIBAR RAHMAN

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Electioneering in Pakistan has revived following President Yahya Khan's decision to go ahead with General Elections for a National Assembly on December 7th. despite the shattering cyclone and tidal wave disaster in the Ganges on November 13th.

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OriginalDate:1965, 1969, 1970
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Location:Dacca, Hala and Larkana, Pakistan. U.S.S.R. and United Nations
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SV Bhutto speaking and gesticulating
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GV Russian delegate and Bhutto sign document



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CU Bhutto speaking
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GV Crowd Bhutto in middle
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SV Bhutto seated with officials
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SV Bhutto smokes cigar (seated-with son)
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GV PAN election crowd (2 shots)
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CU Sheik Mujibar Rahman
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CU Rahman speaking
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TRANSCRIPT: SEQ. 8: Bhutto speaking to United Nations: "When through the years we warned the Security Council that the problem should be resolved before it led to an explosion, our warning either went unheeded or ears all termed as empty threats. We gain ask the assembly what language is one supposed to speak when one wants to bring out the urgency of the situation and the grave dangers of its-remaining unsolved. Pakistan spoke that language. It spoke the language of reason and remonstrance. It made constructive proposals, such as the introduction of the U.N. force. But nothing made Indian budge an inch".



SEQ. 17: SHEIKH MUJIBAR RAHMAN SPEAKING: "I am already the party leader. And the question of Prime Minister simply does not arise now. I will decide things after consensus as to what I will do."



REPORTER: "You might prefer to be Chief Minister of East Pakistan?"



RAHMAN: "I might prefer not to be in power at all, to concentrate on the policy of the party as a whole."



REPORTER: "But as party leader you would still direct things?"



RAHMAN: "Naturally".



REPORTER: "Is your aim only full autonomy for East Pakistan? Or do you sympathise with those who talk of secession and independence?"



RAHMAN: "I have not to talk about secession now. I want to be the master of my own. And I want that East pakistan must get full autonomy, not only political but economic side also. If this...eh....if anybody tries to stop us...eh..and make efforts to stop...to stop us to get our demands, naturally the people of Bengal will resist it..."



REPORTER: "Physically?"



RAHMAN: "They'll resist in whatever form is possible."





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