Battle of Gazipur

The Battle of Gazipur was a military engagement on 4 and 5 December 1971, during the Bangladesh liberation war.wikipedia
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Kulaura Upazila

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It took place at the Gazipur Tea Estate near Kulaura, in the Sylhet District of what was then East Pakistan.
During the Bangladesh Liberation War, Kulaura was the centre of the Battle of Gazipur in Gazipur Tea Garden.

Battle of Sylhet

Sylhet air-lift
This battle was a prelude to the Battle of Sylhet.
It was a succession of the Battle of Gazipur in Kulaura.

Mukti Bahini

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The advancing Mitro Bahini (comprising Mukti Bahini and Indian Army) attacked the 22 Baluch Regiment of the Pakistan Army.

5th Gorkha Rifles (Frontier Force)

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By the evening of 4 December 1971, the 5 Gorkha Rifles (Frontier Force) had fortified themselves at Kadamtal, a town close to the border opposite the Kulaura/Moulvibazar Sector of the Sylhet Division of East Pakistan.

Sylhet Division

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It took place at the Gazipur Tea Estate near Kulaura, in the Sylhet District of what was then East Pakistan.

East Pakistan

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It took place at the Gazipur Tea Estate near Kulaura, in the Sylhet District of what was then East Pakistan.

Indian Army

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The advancing Mitro Bahini (comprising Mukti Bahini and Indian Army) attacked the 22 Baluch Regiment of the Pakistan Army.

Pakistan Army

Pakistani ArmyArmyarmy general
The advancing Mitro Bahini (comprising Mukti Bahini and Indian Army) attacked the 22 Baluch Regiment of the Pakistan Army.

Sylhet

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The 59 Mountain Brigade was to operate as a part of the 8 Mountain Division plan, possibly for thrust to Sylhet. Kulaura was a communications center and rail head ten kilometers in depth, and was connected to Moulvibazar; along the Dharmanagar–Gazipur–Moulvibazar–Sylhet axis.

Dharmanagar

Kulaura was a communications center and rail head ten kilometers in depth, and was connected to Moulvibazar; along the Dharmanagar–Gazipur–Moulvibazar–Sylhet axis.

Moulvibazar

Maulvi BazarMaulvibazarDargah Mahalla, Moulvibazar
Kulaura was a communications center and rail head ten kilometers in depth, and was connected to Moulvibazar; along the Dharmanagar–Gazipur–Moulvibazar–Sylhet axis.

Bangladesh Liberation War

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The Battle of Gazipur was a military engagement on 4 and 5 December 1971, during the Bangladesh liberation war.

Bangladesh

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