Tripartite Agreement 1974

“According to a law, the agreement is annulled if part of an agreement does not fulfill the condition,” the Daily Star Huq quoted after discussing a program at the Bilia Auditorium in Dhanmondi, Dhaka. Read also – Two Pakistani intruders shot by BSF at the Attari border in Punjab Simla agree to www.mea.gov.in/in-focus-article.htm?19005/Simla+Agreement+July+2+1972. The Minister of Justice stressed that Pakistan had refused to take back its failed citizens, which is now contrary to the agreement. Islamabad had issued a press release on the 1974 tripartite agreement after the execution of war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami on May 11. Read also – China provides a $1.5 billion loan to Pakistan to repay Saudi Arabia`s debt Howard S. Levie, “The Indo-Pakistani Agreement of August 28, 1973” The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 68, No. 1 (Jan., 1974). Among the PoWs, 195 Pakistani military officers detained in India have been identified as the main war crimes suspects. Pakistan insisted that they be released as one of its main demands.

She urged several Muslim countries to refuse recognition of Bangladesh until the release of the 195 officers. [7] India preferred their repatriation to Pakistan. In the text of the agreement, Bangladeshi Foreign Minister Kamal Hossain said: “The repatriation was an important step in the reconciliation between Bangladesh and Pakistan. The two countries began diplomatic relations in 1974. In Bangladesh, many repatriated officials have been reported. Judge Abdus Sattar, Bangladesh`s 9th President, was a remarkable example. Many repatriated military personnel served in the leadership of Bangladesh`s armed forces, including Rear Admiral Mahbub Ali Khan and Lieutenant-General Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman. The Delhi Agreement, which in www.genocidebangladesh.org/?p=196 Geoffrey Robertson QC, who worked as President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in Sierra Leon, rightly set the context for the tripartite agreement in a 2015 report entitled “REPORT ON THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMES TRIBUNAL OF BANGLADESH” by declaring that the Bangladeshi Holocaust came before the world wanted to intervene in distant countries whose great powers were not.

Dhaka, May 14: Bangladeshi Justice Minister Anisul Huq said Saturday that the 1974 tripartite agreement was no longer valid because Pakistan was violating the agreement by not reverting to its stranded citizens. Read also – PUBG Mobile: list of countries where mobile gambling was banned in 2020 The 195 Pakistani soldiers against whom Bangladesh had collected specific evidence of genocide can still be tried before the International Criminal Court in The Hague, regardless of what was mentioned in the Delhi Agreement of 1974, which states that Pakistan acquitted these criminals of the prosecution. SaminaFakhruddin, “Pakistan`s relationship with India and Bangladesh,” Pakistan Horizon, Vol XXVII No.2, 1974. “The 1974 tripartite agreement is the cornerstone of relations between the two countries. It should be stressed that, as part of the agreement, the Government of Bangladesh has decided not to pursue the processes as an act of grace,” he said. (ALSO READ:Stop interference in internal affairs: Bangladesh says Pakistan). After the surrender of the Pakistani army, nearly 93,000 Pakistani soldiers and civilians were transferred to India as prisoners of war. On 21 December 1971, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution calling on the parties to respect the Geneva Convention and not to bind conditions to the repatriation of prisoners of war.

Article 118 of the Geneva Convention (1949) stipulates that prisoners of war must be repatriated immediately after the end of hostilities. It also provides that the authorities are required to draw up a repatriation plan. India stated that the Pakistani army had surrendered to the joint command of India and Bangladesh and that it was therefore not India`s jurisdiction to recover the prisoners of war themselves.

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