ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Bangladesh-Problems of Victory

TARRED with the brush of Mujibism and Baksalism, the candidate of the Canatantrik Oikkyo Jote (GOJ), M A G Osmany, had little chance of victory in the presidential elections in Bangladesh. The charge was unjustified; for unlike many latter-day anti-Mujibists, Osmany was one of those who broke with Mujib when he was still in power, he resigned from both the Awami League and Parliament on January 25, 1975, long before Mujib's assassination

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