Bangabandhu: Jochana and Roddur of Bengal
The date sixteenth July, 1947 is vital. On this day, the 'Indian Independence Act' was passed in the British Parliament. This denoted the finish of right around 200 years of British rule. In 1947, two free states named India and Pakistan showed up on the guide. To start with, Pakistan was a gonjamil state. Pakistan is comprised of two separate regions on the eastern and western edges of Greater India. The distance between them is around 1,600 kilometers. At the hour of freedom Pakistan was partitioned into five areas. East Bengal was in the eastern piece of Pakistan. In the west, Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan and North-West Frontier Provinces. Later the parcel of the country in 1947, Pakistan had no constitution. The Provincial Council proceeded with the Government of India Act of 1935. In 1955, a drive was taken to draft the constitution of Pakistan. And afterward the name of East Bengal was changed to East Pakistan. Simultaneously every one of the territories of West Pakistan were brought under one unit and made West Pakistan. The Constitution of Pakistan came into power in 1956. Be that as it may, the constitution passed on in October 1956 with the burden of military rule by Ayub Khan.
The land space of East Pakistan is tiny. Short of what one-6th of the all out space of Pakistan. In any case, 56% individuals live in East Pakistan. Muhammad Ali Jinnah is the main Governor General of Pakistan. Liaquat Ali Khan was the main Prime Minister. Before segment, East and West Bengal was a territory. Later the segment of the country in 1947, there were two regions. West Bengal is important for India. East Bengal turned out to be essential for Pakistan. Its capital is Dhaka. Khwaja Nazimuddin turned into the Chief Minister of East Bengal. Muhammad Ali Jinnah kicked the bucket in September 1947. Then, at that point, Khwaja Nazimuddin turned into the Governor General of Pakistan. Nurul Amin was made the Chief Minister of East Bengal. Nurul Amin was the Chief Minister of East Bengal till 2 April 1954.