War Criminals: Pakistan Army

Victim of Pakistani holocaust 
During the liberation war of 1971, Pakistani occupation army led by General Yahya Khan and his colleagues in collaboration with the anti liberation forces (Jamat, Muslim League, and other Islamic fundamentalist groups) of Bangladesh killed a total of 3 million unarmed Bangalees, molested and raped about 4, 50, 000 Bangalee women and,  on the eve of the independence, murdered hundreds of leading intellectuals to spiritually cripple the nation. A crime far exceeds, in its atrocity and inhumanity, the crimes of Hitler, Melosovitch, the nazis and the fascists. The war criminals of Bangladesh liberation war were never tried and  they have never apologized for their crimes to the nation. Muktadhara,  on behalf of the Bangalees of Bangladesh, appeals to the world for the trial of those war criminals. Crimes of Pakistan occupation army in the Bangladesh liberation war of 1971:
     1. Killing of 50,000 Bangalees in Dhaka on 25 and 26 March, 1971 under the military operation code named ” operation searchlight”.
     2. Ruthless massacre of 3 million unarmed Bangalees over nine months of armed occupation by Pakistani military.
     3. Senseless and wanton loots, rapes, arson and killings in Bangladeshi countryside during the course of the “sweeping operations” following the military crack down.
     4. Preplanned killings of intellectuals and professionals like doctors, engineers, civil servants, students and social workers  and burying them in mass graves over nine months occupation to spiritually cripple the Bangalees.
      5. Killing of Bangalee officers and soldiers of the units of the East Bengal Regiment (EBR), East Pakistan Rifles (EPR) and the East Pakistan Police force in the process of disarming them.
      6. Planned killing of  Bangalee civilian officers, businessmen and industrialists, or their mysterious disappearance from their homes by or at the instance of Pakistani army officers performing martial law duties.
      7. Rapes and molestation of 450,000 Bangalee women by the officers and soldiers of Pakistani occupation army as a deliberate act of  revenge, retaliation and torture.
      8. Use of thousands of Bangalee women as sex slaves and comfort girls in military camps and bunkers by the members of all ranks of Pakistani occupation army.
      9. Ethnic (Hindu) cleansing. Forced pregnancy of Hindu women and deliberate killing of Hindu males to exterminate Bangalee Hindus as a race.
     10. Massive destruction of Bangladeshi industries and institutions. Loots, extortions and forced possession of Bangladeshi assets and taking them over to Pakistan.
 
 
Top Pakistani War Criminals
General Yahya Khan
General Yahya was the president of Pakistan in 1970. He was supposed to hand the political power over to the winner of the national election of 1970: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as his Awami league won 162 seats out of 168 seats, more than double of his west Pakistani counterpart Bhutto. Sheikh Mujib’s unprecedented victory in the general election was a crushing blow to the Panjabi military -feudal axis. So they involved in a pact known as Larkana Conspiracy to shut the Bangalees by violent massacre. In this very meeting the military macho man and the Pak feudal lord planned to implement  Shahibjada Yakub’s notorious Operation Blitz on the Bangalees. They modified the plan and rendered it more destructive ( to crush the Bangalee uprising forever) and renamed it Operation Searchlight. To implement Operation Searchlight they (Bhutto and Yahya) recruited  (as both Gen Yakub and Admiral Ahsan recommended political instead of military measures to deal with the victory of the Bangalees in general election) two of their two most extremely notorious generals: General Tikka and General Niazi.
According to the plan Yahya, since early February, 1971, secretly sent Pakistani troops to Dhaka and prepared for the final crack down. When the preparation was complete, Yahya dismissed the constituent assembly. On March 25, after giving full instruction for mass killing of the inhabitants of Dhaka, at about 11 pm that night Yahya secretly left Dhaka. He went to Dhaka airport in a private car, completely unescorted in fear of identification by the airport officials. He was scared that Indian air force may stop him in the air. But Group Captain AR Khandaker saw Yahya sneaking out of the country in the dead of the night.
Soon after Yahya’s departure, the Pakistani army crashed down Dhaka city. Their main target was to devastate the center of Bangalee political strength: student halls of Dhaka university and the top leaders and intellectuals involved in nationalist movement. They crashed the whole of Dhaka city by killing thousands of innocent civilians and poor people on the street (rickshaw pullers, homeless people, day laborers, street kids etc). The casualties were more than 50, 000. They arrested Bangabondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman from his resident and took him to Pakistan. Yahya’s officers also looked for other top leaders of Awami league specially Tajuddin Ahmed. But they could not find them as they, apprehensive of Pakistani military junta’s next move, disappeared from their residences. Their failure to capture top Awami leaguers fueled their hatred against Bangalees and they appeased their avenging impulses by killing them in multitudes.
After 25 March, the Dhaka crack down night, the devastation of Bangladesh topped the personal agenda of Yahya. He used all means at his disposal to crash down the Bangalees. The intensity of his personal hatred against Bangladesh rules out the ” liability theory” adopted by Pakistani bureaucrats and academics to ditch, resource less but politically less obliging, Bangladesh and Bangalees. Even when the victory of the Bangladesh liberation forces became obvious, in September, 1971, Yahya manipulated all his international connections to destroy Bangladesh:
1. Exhausted his connection with Kissinger/Nixon duo to get massive arms supply from the US and finally, on the eve of the victory, to demonstrate US nuclear threat to counter Bangladesh-India alliance, Yahya managed to bring US Seventh Fleet to crush the independence of Bangladesh.
2. He used his Chinese connection against Bangladesh-India alliance.
3. When Yahya finally realized his absolute defeat in the war, he used his loyal military officers to kill the Bangalee intellectuals to spiritually cripple Bangladesh for centuries. Yahya’s plan to eliminate the intellectuals further reinforces the fact that the Pakistani military junta did not want to ditch Bangladesh only, they intended the total destruction of Bangladesh and absolute extinction of the Bangalee race as reflected in Tikka’s war cry: ” I want land only, not people.”
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
 
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was the head of the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) in 1971. In the general election of 1970, Bhutto won 88 seats in West Pakistan as opposed to Mujib’s 162 seats out of 169. As per the legislation Mujib was supposed to form the government of Pakistan. According to some Pakistani high officials sources, at first president Yahya  was more inclined to hand power over to Mujib.
But Bhutto opposed Yahya’s decision. Bhutto represented the influential Panjabi civil and military bureaucrats and the  feudal lords. Pakistani military-feudal axis vehemently opposed the transference of power. They were afraid that Mujib’s democratic policies may adversely affect the existing feudal system of West Pakistan and curb the power of the top civil and military bureaucrats. So their representative Bhutto invited Yahya in the notorious Larkana meeting and together two shrewd jackals conspired to repress the Bangalees with military means and retain the political power in the hands of the West Pakistanis. This theory is plausible because such a brilliant idea is more likely to emanate from the arch machiavellian: Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. Yahya is more given to kill his fellow countrymen to show off his military prowess than formulate a brilliant idea to sort all the problems together: destroy Bangladesh; keep the power in the hands of  Bhutto and him; make Niazi and the army the scapegoat of the war in order to divert the attention  of the Pakistani people. Tajuddin Ahmed was right to think that Bhutto was the deux ex machina behind the political conspiracy leading to the devastation of Bangladesh: “…..Bhutto is responsible for the unprecedented brutality unleashed nationwide. Seating with him is impossible. Pakistan can be saved only if two federations  are formed. Both the federations are to write up their separate constitutions. Then if situation permits they can write the constitution of Pakistan. In other words, confederation…….Tajuddin’s view on Bhutto as described by Rao Forman Ali.
Bhutto manipulated the military monsters (Yahya, Tikka) to secure his power and maintain his vested interest in politics. All through his political career he thrived on conspiracy and intrigues. As often the fate of such treacherous politicians  is to end up in the hands of the partners in crime, Bhutto was justified to be hanged by his own Frankenstein: General Ziaul Huq
Iskandar Harappa
Reborn Alexander’s, would be Olympic champions must conform to the most stringent of training routines. So after he left Pinkie Aurangzeb, Isky Harappa also vowed to eschew every thing else that could erode his spirit. His daughter Arjumand ( virgin ironpants) would always remember that that was when he gave up stud poker, chemin-de-fer, private roulette evenings, horse-race fixing, French food, opium and sleeping pills; when he broke his habit of seeking out beneath silver-heavy banqueting tables the excited ankles and compliant knees of society beauties, and when he stopped visiting the whores whom he had been fond of photographing with an eight mm Paillard Bolex movie camera while they performed, singly or in threes, upon his own person or that of Omar Khayyam, their musky languid rites. it was the beginning of that legendary political career which would culminate in his victory over death itself. These first triumphs, being merely victories over himself, were necessarily smaller. He expunged from his public, urban vocabulary his encyclopedic repertoire of foul green village oaths, imprecations which could detach brim-full cut-glass tumblers from men’s hands and shatter them before they reached the floor. (But when campaigning in the villages he allowed the air to turn green with obscenity once again, understanding the vote-getting powers of the filth.) He stifled for ever the high-pitched giggle of his unreliable playboy self and substituted a rich, full-throated, statesmanlike guffaw. He gave up fooling around with the women servants in his city home.
Did any man ever sacrificed more for his people? He gave up cock-fights, bear-fights, snake-and-mongoose duels; plus disco dancing, and his monthly evenings at the home of the chief film censor, where he had watched special compilations of the juiciest bits excised from incoming foreign films.
He toured the villages and promised every peasant one acre of land and a new water-well. He was put in jail; huge demonstrations secured his release. He screamed in regional dialects about the rape of the country by fat cats and tilyars, and such was the power of his tongue, or perhaps of the sartorial talents of Monsieur Cardin, that nobody seemed to recall Isky’s own status as a landlord of a distinctly obese chunk of Sind….
 
General Tikka Khan
On 11 April 1971, Yahya appointed his loyal general Tikka Khan as the  Governor General and the Chief Martial Law administrator of Bangladesh and as such he was the highest authority on both civil and military administrations. The Pakistani military junta was confident about Tikka’s ability in violent repression of Bangalee nationalist movement. Tikka Khan proved his ability as a formidable machine for massacre by killing thousands of Bangalees on 25 March, 1971. Tikka unleashed such a terrible reign of terror that even the blockheaded General Niazi, a soldier himself, was critical of his Tikka’s ruthless massacre of the unarmed civilians of Bangladesh:
“General Tikka let loose every thing at his disposal as if raiding an enemy and not dealing  with his own misguided and misled people. The military action was a display of stark cruelty, more merciless than the massacre at Bakhura and Baghdad by Changez Khan and Halaku Khan and at Jalianwala Bagh by British General Dyer”
” ….On the night (25 March, 1971) Tikka Khan ordered for action, 50, 000 people were killed”.
Niazi: Betrayal of East Pakistan
Brigadier Shah Abdul Quasim on the massacre of 25th March: “no pitched battle was fought on the 25th of March in Dhaka. Excessive force was used on that night. Army personnel acted under the influence of revenge and anger during the military operation…. mortars were used to blast two Residence Halls, thus causing excessive casualties.”
Massacre in Comilla Cantonment: On 27th/28th of March, 1971) under the orders of CO 53 Field Regiment, Lt. Gen. Yakub Malik, 17 Bangalee officers and 915 men were  slain. There was a general feeling of hatred against Bangalees amongst the soldiers and officers including Generals of Pakistan army. There were verbal instructions to eliminate Hindus. In Salda Nadi area about 500 persons were killed.
Excerpts from the book written by Mohammad Ashraf, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Dhaka in 1971, : “after the military action the Bangalees were made aliens in their own homeland. The life, property, and honor of even the most highly placed among them were not safe. People were picked up from their homes on suspicion and dispatched toBangladesh, a term used to describe summary executions. …. The victims included Army and Police Officers, businessmen, civilian officers etc. ……There was no Rule of Law in East Pakistan. A man had no remedy if he was on the wanted list of the army…. Army officers who were doing intelligence were raw hands, ignorant of the local language and callous of Bangalee sensibilities.”
General Niazi
General AAK Niazi (PA-477) was the chief of Eastern Command in 1971. The Yahya- Bhutto gang picked Niazi for this special mission as he was notoriously corrupted and immoral and was dumb enough to be their  scapegoat in the war. In Pakistan Niazi was involved in business with the patrons of brothels and influential business women. He was also involved in smuggling pans from East Pakistan. He found his posting as the chief of Eastern Command as a lucrative one and was certainly puffed up as, due to this promotion, he stepped ahead 12 of his senior officers.
Niazi was a soldier and as such he fought a conventional war against  Bangladeshi freedom fighters and Indian alliance forces. He was too dull to conceive the ignoble scheme to kill the intellectuals. But as he was a corrupted officer he concentrated more on looting and rapes. He made fortunes for himself and encouraged his under commands in the occupation army to loot and rape as pointed out by Mr Alamder Raja, the last commissioner of Pakistan: “……It is said that the people of West Pakistan were unaware of the terrible devastation inflicted on the Bangalees by the Pakistani occupation army. It was a sheer government propaganda. Did not we have radios those days? Before the war, Punjabi soldiers used to send  Tk 200-300 per month to their families. But in 1971, they sent about Tk 500-600 per month. Where did they get the additional money ?…..”     ,
About rapes, Mr. Raja gave an example of the brutality of the Pakistani soldiers: “…….A band of Pakistani occupation army attacked a house and killed one but all the members of the family. The only young girl of the family was kept alive for rape. The girl begged for mercy; frightened to death she cried out and said is a Muslim woman and the soldiers are also Muslim. How come Muslim men can rape a Muslim woman? …..At last, as a last resort, she put the holy Koran on the bed, next to her and said, they have to step on the Koran to rape her. The bastards kicked the Koran out of the bed and group raped her….”
Loots and rapes were so rampant that Niazi, in one of his confidential memo,  mentioned that the departing West Pakistani families were carrying looted properties with them to Pakistan. Rapes and forced pregnancy to eliminate the Hindus as a race was so wide spread that Niazi had to officially warn his officers: ….” I gather that even officers have been suspected of indulging in this shameful activity and what is worse, that in spite of repeated instructions, comdos. have so far failed to curb this alarming state of indiscipline. I suspect that cos and osc units/sub-units are protecting and shielding such criminals…”.
Lt Col Aziz Ahmed Khan, CO of 8 Baluch regiment (CO 86 Mujahid Battalion in 1971) , confessed that Niazi personally encouraged ethnic cleansing:  “Brigadier Arbbab also told me to destroy all houses in Joydebpur. To a great extent I executed this order. General Niazi visited my unit at Thakargaon and Bogra. He asked us how many Hindus we had killed. In May, there was an order in writing to kill Hindus. This order was from Brigadier Abdullah Malik of 23 Brigade.”
The notorious killer, loafer, looter and rapist of 1971, rascal Niazi now, in order to evade trial, puts on the mask of a pious Muslim.  Who would believe that the old buffoon in showy Islamic attire in the photo below was the main culprit behind the loots, rapes, arsons and massacres of the Bangalees in 1971?
Niazi the hypocrite bastard in 2000
Major General Rao Forman Ali
 
Major General Rao Forman Ali (PA-1364) was the chief adviser to the Governer of East Pakistan during the liberation war. Unlike Yahya, whose only known method for all transactions was  application of brutal military force, Rao was aware of the reality leading to the war and the possible impact of the war on Bangladesh and Bangalees. He served in Dhaka cantonment for more than a decade and was involved in  intelligence gathering,  making strategic decisions and formulating policies. He was also involved in buying Bangalee politicians to subvert nationalist movements.  He was the mastermind behind the massacre of 1971 as he, being in charge of the civil administration, knew about Bangladesh more than his peers. It was Forman who blueprinted the elimination of the secular minded Bangalee intellectuals. He was more of a cold blooded murderer than the haughty Yahya or bloodthirsty Tikka. His trained killers were more ruthless than the professional soldiers. Forman ran training programs in various cantonments for the forces of Al-Badr and Al-Shams to train them to torture, mutilate and slaughter the captive Bangalees’ in Islamic manner.
In his book The Betrayal of East Pakistan, General Niazi described Forman as an opportunist, a conspirator and a swindler. Niazi also said, implicating Forman’s involvement in the killing of the intellectuals, that Forman requested him (N) to send him (F) back to Pakistan, for, ” Mukti Bahini would kill him of his alleged massacre of the Bangalees and intellectuals on the night of 15-16 December. It was a pathetic sight to see him pale and almost on the verge of break down”.
Presently Forman is writing books in order to convince the world about his ignorance of independence war of Bangladesh and to clear his name off the  massacre, loot, rape and arson during the war. In his book Forman, through his subtle language and ostensibly innocent representation, pleads his innocence during the war and his ignorance of the war situation (although he was in charge of the civil administration and the chief adviser to the chief martial law administrator of Pakistan !).
Evidences against Forman’s involvement in the massacre of the Bangalees and the killings of the intellectuals:
1. When asked about Forman’s refusal to admit his involvement in the killing of the intellectuals Brigader Sidddiqui, another senior military officer during the war, said:……” He (Forman) was the major general in charge of civil administration. As such nothing would happen which he would not know. Forman is the man who should about the killing of the intellectuals. I never trusted him. He always wore a mask…”.
2. In The Separation of East Pakistan, Mr Hasan Zahir, a Pakistani civil servant wrote: ” Major General Forman Ali was the executioner of Dhaka part of ” Operation Searchlight”. He succedded in ‘shock action’ by concentrated and indiscriminate firing on target areas…….”
3.  Siddiq Salik in his book,  Witness to Surrender ( p.71), wrote: ….”The plan for operation Searchlight-1 visualized the setting up of two headquarters. Major General Forman with 57 Brigade under Brigadier Arbab, was responsible for operations in Dacca city and its suburbs while Major General Khadim was to look after the rest of the province. In addition lieutenant General Tikka Khan and his staff were to spend the night at the Martial Law Headquarters in the Second Capital to watch the progress of action in and outside Dacca……”
4. According to Mr Altaf Gaohar, a leading Pakistani journalist, Forman was the mastermind behind the killing of the intellectuals. In this connection Mr Gaohar recounted an incident from his memory. One of Gaohar’s  friends told him that a hit list had been drawn up for elimination of certain Bangalees. A friend of his was also in the list and he requested Gaohar if he could do something to save his friend. Gaohar then took the matter to one of his friends who was also common friend of Forman. Gaohar’s friend then saw Forman and requested him to drop the name from his hit list. ” Forman brought, said Gaohar’s friend, a diary out of his drawer and crossed the name out. The name was of Mr Sanaul Huq and he was spared.” After independence Forman’s diary was recovered from the ruins of the Governor’s house. The copy of a page from the diary shows the list of intellectuals from Dhaka University. 14 of them were killed on 14 December, 1971:
5. A close reading of Forman’s book in self defense, How Pakistan Got Divided, shows that Forman had deeply ingrained prejudice against the Bangalees. Like Hitler, Forman the ignorant fool, suffers from the purity complex. He believes that due to the Hindu influence Bangalees are not pure Muslims. But the rascal forgot that it was due to the Bangalee majority that made for Pakistan. It was people, not bloody military, who made Pakistan. Forman firmly believed that the impurities of the Bangalees can be  mended if they are absolved of the Hindu influence. This was the conviction that motivated Forman to ruthlessly eliminate the Bangalee intellectuals. Behind all elements of Bangalee nationalism Forman discovered Hindu phantasm. He was less critical of Sheikh Mujib but an arch enemy of Tajuddin Ahmed. If arrested Forman, as his comment on Tajuddin testifies, would not have spared Tajuddin: …..” Tajuddin, the die hard pro Indian Awami leaguer, came in and sat down. He hated West Pakistan and perhaps Pakistan itself. He was reputed to have been a Hindu up to the age of 8. I do not think this story was correct but it revealed his mental make up”.
6. The group photo with Golam Azam and puppet governor Malek below shows that Forman is discussing the plan for elimination of the Bangalee intellectuals. Golam Azamm and Forman is alleged to have jointly prepared the list of names of Bangalee intellectuals for elimination to absolve Bangalees  of Hindu influences.
7. Excerpt from the report on the excavation of Jalladkhan mass grave carried out by Bangladesh Liberation War Museum (LWM). The excerpt underscores the extreme brutalities showed by Forman’s special forces in torturing and killing the Bangalees:
..”The Jalladkhan (slaughter house) located also in Mirpur (Section 10 Block D)…….. selected for immediate excavation and exhuming of remains of the martyrs of 1971. ……….The excavation began on  November 15 1999 and the exhuming ended on  23 November with the recovery of 70 skulls and 5392 various human bones. Most of the skulls revealed sign of being severed from the shoulder with a sharp weapon and some bore marks of being struck by heavy weapon and one had a bullet hole shot from a close range. Other bones also showed signs of being hit by a heavy weapon…..”
The old fox (Rao Forman Ali) in 2000
Please also visit Collaborators and Martyred Intellectuals page for details of Rao Forman Ali’s war crimes
Maj Gen Khadim Hussain Raja 
Major General Ansari (PA-4404)
Brig Manzoor Hussain Atif (PA-3547)
Colonel Yakub Malik (PA-3837)
Lt Colonel Shams-uz-Zaman (PA-4745)
Major Mohd Abdullah Khan (PTC-5911)
Major Khurshid Omar (PA-4553)
Captain Abdul Wahid (PSS-8464)
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List of top 200 Pakistani War Criminals
 
POW No.
PA No.
Rank
Name
Unit
Remarks
1.
1
PA-477
Lt./Gen
Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi
East Comd.
They planned and/or executed the plan to commit genocide, war crimes and crime against humanity in Bangladesh during the war of liberaiton.
2.
2
PA-1170
Maj/Gen
Nazar Hussain Shah
16 Div.
-do-
3.
3
PA-4404
Maj/Gen
Mohammad Hussain Ansari
9 Div.
-do-
4.
4
PA-882
Maj/Gen
Mhammad Jamshed
DGEPCAF
-do-
5.
5
PA-1734
Maj/Gen
Qazi Abdul Majid Khan
14 Div
-do-
6.
6
PA-1364
Maj/Gen
Rao Farman Ali Khan
Maj. Gen. Civil Affairs & Adviser to Governor, E.P.
-do-
7.
7
PA-1674
Brig.
Abdul Qadir Khan
93 BDE
-do-
8.
8
PA-2235
Brig.
Arif Raja
HQ SIG
-do-
9.
9
PA-1109
Brig.
Atta Muhammad Khan Malik
7 BDE
-do-
10.
11
PA-1897
Brig.
Bashir Ahmed
CAF
-do-
11.
12
PA-100088
Brig.
Fahim Ahmed Khan
HQ EC
-do-
12.
13
PA-1738
Brig.
Iftikhar Ahmed Rana
313 BDE
-do-
13.
16
PA-3414
Brig.
Manzoor Ahmed
57 HQ BDE
-do-
14.
17
PA-3547
Brig.
Manzoor Hussain Atif
117 BDE
-do-
15.
18
PA-2111
Brig.
Mian Mansoor Muhammad
39 Div
-do-
16.
19
PA-1148
Brig.
Mian Taskin Uddin
91 BDE
-do-
17.
20
PA-2729
Brig.
Mir Abdul Nayeem
34 HQ BDE
-do-
18.
22
PA-1999
Brig.
Mohd. Aslam
53 BDE
-do-
19.
23
PA-2103
Brig.
Mohd. Hayat
107/407 BDE
-do-
20.
24
PA-1044
Brig.
Mohd. Shafi
23 HQ BDE
-do-
21.
25.
PA-1702
Brig.
N. A. Ashraf
CMD Natore GRN
-do-
22.
26
PA-3430
Brig.
S. A. Ansari
Rangpur GRN
-do-
23.
27
PA-3548
Brig.
Saad Ullah Khan S. J.
27 BDE
-do-
24.
28
PA-1880
Brig.
Syed Asghar Hasan
Sylhet force
-do-
25.
29
PA-2110
Brig.
Syed Shah Abul Qasim
C.C.ATY ECO
-do-
26.
30
PA-2130
Brig.
Tajmmal Hussain Malik
205 HQ BDE
-do-
27.
35
PA-1817
Col.
Fazle Hamid
314 HQ BDE
-do-
28.
37
PA-3799
Col.
K. K. Afridi
9 Div
-do-
29.
44
PA-1963
Col.
Mohd. Khan
ISI
-do-
30.
45
PA-100115
Col.
Mohammad Musharaf Ali
14 ADMS Div
-do-
31.
58
PA-2200
Lt/Col.
Abdul Ghaffor
HQ SIGEA
-do-
32.
67
PA-4489
Lt/Col.
Aftab H. Quereshi
33 Baluch
-do-
33.
57
PA-3568
Lt/Col.
Abdul Rehman Awan
CAF
-do-
34.
60
PA-3347
Lt/Col.
Abdul Hamid Khan
ML HQ
-do-
35.
65
PA-4087
Lt/Col.
Abdullah Khan
EPCAF
-do-
36.
68
PTC-4318
Lt/Col.
Ahmed Mukhtar Khan
30 FF
-do-
37.
72
PA-4062
Lt/Col.
Amir Mohd. Khan
7 SEC ML
-do-
38.
74
PTC-4329
Lt/Col.
Amir Nawaz Khan
13 FF
-do-
39.
73
PA-5027
Lt/Col.
Amir Mohd. Khan
34 Punjab
-do-
40.
55
PA-4745
Lt/Col.
A. Shams ul Zaman
22 FF
-do-
41.
78
PA-4608
Lt/Col.
Ashiq Hussain
24 FF
-do-
42.
81
PA-3248
Lt/Col.
Aziz Khan
32 Baluch
-do-
43.
202
PTC-3239
Lt/Col.
Ghulam Yasin Siddiqi
ST HQ Dacca AA & QMG
-do-
44.
97
PTC-3711
Lt/Col.
Isharat Ali Alavi
14 HQ Inf. Div
-do-
45.
167
PA-4441
Lt/Col.
Mukhtar Alam Hijazi
EPCAF
-do-
46.
170
PA-3600
Lt/Col.
Mustafa Anwar
15 Baluch
-do-
47.
116
PA-4100
Lt/Col.
M.R.K. Mirza
33 Punjab
-do-
48.
128
PA-4301
Lt/Col.
Matloob Hussain
18 Punjab
-do-
49.
140
PA-2700
Lt/Col.
Mohammad Akram
Tochi Scout
-do-
50.
152
PSS-2590
Lt/Col.
Mohd. Akbar
EPCAF
-do-
51.
147
PTC-3645
Lt/Col.
Mohammad Nawaz
15 Baluch
-do-
52.
169
PA-4766
Lt/Col.
Mumtaz Malik
HQ East Comd
-do-
53.
138
PA-4416
Lt/Col.
M.M.M. Baiz
8 Baluch
-do-
54.
48
PA-100207
Col.
Mohd. Matin
72 ADMS MED BN
-do-
55.
129
PA-2917
Lt/Col.
Mazhar Hussain Chauhan
ISSC
-do-
56.
168
PA-3610
Lt/Col.
Mukhtar Ahmed Sayed
HQ MLA Cav
-do-
57.
171
PSS-2899
Lt/Col.
Mustafajan
HQ MLA Zone
-do-
58.
175
PA-2821
Lt/Col.
Oman Ali Khan
Survey Sec
-do-
59.
180
PA-5074
Lt/Col.
Reaz Hussain Javed
31 Punjab
-do-
60.
178
PA-4550
Lt/Col.
Rashid Ahmed
HQ EPCAF
-do-
61.
196
PA-4817
Lt/Col.
Seikh Mohd. Naeem
39 Baluch
-do-
62.
192
PA-3932
Lt/Col.
Sarfraz Khan Malik
31 Punjab
-do-
63.
181
PA-4920
Lt/Col.
S.F.H. Rizvi
32 Punjab
-do-
64.
182
PA-4560
Lt/Col.
S.H. Bokhari
29 CAV.
-do-
65.
205
PA-4368
Lt/Col.
Syed Hamid Shafi
DEF Purchase
-do-
66.
201
PA-3817
Lt/Col.
Sultan Badshah
8 EPCAF
-do-
67.
200
PA-5178
Lt/Col.
Sultan Ahmed
31 Baluch
-do-
68.
199
PA-4518
Lt/Col.
S.R.H.S. Jaffari
HQ SIG EA
-do-
69.
216
PSS-3743
Lt/Col.
Zaid Agha Khan
HQ EF LOG
They committed genocide, war crimes and crime against humanity in Bangladesh during the War of Liberation in violation of laws of War, customs and usages.
70.
122
PA-3837
Lt/Col.
M.Y. Malik
14 HQ Div
-do-
71.
231
PA-7059
Major
Abdul Ghafran
East Comd.
-do-
72.
284
PA-5640
Major
Anis Ahmed
205 HQ Inf. BDE
-do-
73.
290
PA-7214
Major
Arif Javed
22 CAV
-do-
74.
304
PA-6736
Major
Atta Mohd.
29 Baluch
-do-
75.
233
PSS-8394
Major
Abdul Hamid
31 Punjab
-do-
76.
301
PA-7299
Major
A.S.P. Quereshi
25 Punjab
-do-
77.
294
PA-7530
Major
Ashfaq Ahmed Cheema
39 Baluch
-do-
78.
241
PSS-8547
Major
Abdul Khaleq Kayani
6 Punjab
-do-
79.
256
PTC-4664
Major
Abdul Waheed Mughal
22 Baluch
-do-
80.
235
PA-3838
Major
Abdul Hamid Khattak
ML HQ
-do-
81.
262
PA-7251
Major
Ahmed Hassan Khan
EPCAF
-do-
82.
283
PRR-4438
Major
Anees Ahmed Khan
15 Baluch
-do-
83.
255
PA-4990
Major
Abdul Waheed Khan
31 Baluch
-do-
84.
320
PA-5868
Major
Ch. Mohd. Jahangir
HQ MLA ZB
-do-
85.
348
PA-4122
Major
Ghulam Mohd.
2 Baluch
-do-
86.
358
PTC-4390
Major
Gulam Ahmed
EPCAF
-do-
87.
344
PA-7439
Major
Ghazanfar Ali Nasir
EPCAF
-do-
88.
363
PA-6959
Major
Hadi Hussain
24 FF
-do-
89.
367
PA-6646
Major
Hasan Mujtaba
8 Baluch
-do-
90.
376
PTC-5733
Major
Iftikhar Uddin Ahmed
33 Baluch
-do-
91.
374
PA-6729
Major
Iftikhar Ahmed
8 Punjab
-do-
92.
712
PA-5250
Major
Shah Muhamad Osman Faruqi
7 Sig. BN
-do-
93.
419
PA-4553
Major
Khursheed Oman
814 FIU
-do-
94.
423
PTC-3947
Major
Khurshid Ali
Survey Sec.
-do-
95.
414
PA-7576
Major
Khizar Hayat
4 FF
-do-
96.
485
PA-7657
Major
Mehr Mohd Khan
31 Baluch
-do-
97.
431
PTC-5911
Major
M. Abdullah Khan
27 BDE
-do-
98.
533
PA-7253
Major
Mohd. Afzal
8 Baluch
-do-
99.
441
PA-7405
Major
M. Ishaq
EPCAF
-do-
100.
553
PTC-3246
Major
Mohd. Hafiz Raja
34 Punjab
-do-
101.
595
PA-6870
Major
Mohd. Younas
32 Punjab
-do-
102.
504
PA-6793
Major
Mohd. Amin
107 HQ BDE
-do-
103.
481
PS-3935?
2935
Major
Mohd. Lodhi
Natore Gar.
-do-
104.
493
PA-6554
Major
Mirza Anwar Beg
88 ORD COY
-do-
105.
428
PTC-4157
Major
M.A. K. Lodhi
16 HQ Div
-do-
106.
459
PSS-4245
Major
Madad Hussain Shah
18 Punjab
-do-
107.
544
PTC-3007
Major
Mohd. Ayub Khan
97 BDE
-do-
108.
586
PSS-6110
Major
Mohd. Sharif Arain
33 Punjab
-do-
109.
555
PA-5964
Major
Mohd. Iftikhar Khan
202 HQ BDE
-do-
110.
455
PA-2818
Major
M. Yahiya Hamid Khan
6 Punjab
-do-
111.
592
PSS-6150
Major
Mohd. Yamin
ASC
-do-
112.
527
PA-5141
Major
Mohd. Ghazanfar
ISSC
-do-
113.
583
PA-7231
Major
Mohd. Sarwar
33 Punjab
-do-
114.
579
PTC-3016
Major
Mohd. Siddique
205 HQ Inf BDE
-do-
115.
543
PSS-6092
Major
Mohd. Ashraf
HQ EPCAF
-do-
116.
506
PSS-4634
Major
Mohd. Ashraf Khan
53 HQ BDE
-do-
117.
604
PA-5312
Major
Mohammad Safdar
ISSC
-do-
118.
496
PA-6067
Major
M.M. Ispahani
HQ Eastern Cmd
-do-
119.
562
PA-6440
Major
Mohd. Jamil
EPCAF
-do-
120.
580
PA-7559
Major
Mohd. Safi
32 Punjab
-do-
121.
547
PSS-4320
Major
Mohd. Azim Qureshi Qures
ISSC
-do-
122.
525
PA-6460
Major
Mohd. Zulficar Rathore
13 Engr. BN
-do-
123.
615
PA-5962
Major
Mushtaq Ahmed
Det 630 ASC
-do-
124.
634
PSS-7996
Major
Nasira Khan
26 FF
-do-
125.
632
PA-4748
Major
Nasir Ahmed
409 GHQ FIU
-do-
126.
654
PTC-4632
Major
Rana Zahoor Mohyydin Khan
18 Punjab
-do-
127.
666
PA-8655
Major
Rifat Mahmood
31 FD Regt.
-do-
128.
667
PSS-6148
Major
Rustam Ali
314 HQ Bde
-do-
129.
651
ACO-390
Major
R. M. Mumtaz Khan
31 Baluch
-do-
130.
702
PA-6063
Major
Sardar Khan
HQ MLA
-do-
131.
510
ACO-2099
Major
Mohammad Azam Khan
12 A.K.
-do-
132.
686
PRR-3389
Major
Saif Ullah Khan
ISSC
-do-
133.
674
PA-6893
Major
S.T. Hussain
734 FIC
-do-
134.
730
PSS-4224
Major
S.M.H.S. Bokhari
24 FF
-do-
135.
689
PSS-8015
Major
Sajid Mahmud
32 Punjab
-do-
136.
723
PA-7415
Major
Sher ur Rehman
29 CAV
-do-
137.
695
PTC-5930
Major
Salamat Ali
EPCAF
-do-
138.
690
PA-6858
Major
Sajjad Akhtar Malik
ISI
-do-
139.
698
PA-5684
Major
Saleem Inayet Khan
57 HQ MLZB
-do-
140.
735
PA-7289
Major
Sultan Saud
EPCAF
-do-
141.
705
PA-6542
Major
Sarfraz Uddin
ISI
-do-
142.
720
PA-5080
Major
Shaukatullah Khattak
36 Sig. BN
-do-
143.
737
PA-7428
Major
Sultan Surkhro Awan
33 Punjab
-do-
144.
704
PA-7076
Major
Sarfraz Alam
EPCAF
-do-
145.
706
PA-6851
Major
Sarwar Khan
Tochi Scout
-do-
146.
756
PA-6272
Major
Tafair ul Islam
HQ Natore
-do-
147.
785
PSS-8124
Major
Zaumul Maluk
18 Punjab
-do-
148.
806
PSS-8464
Captain
Abdul Waheed
30 FF
-do-
149.
817
PA-10202
Captain
Aftab Ahmad
31 Baluch
-do-
150.
858
PSS-8836
Captain
Arif Hussain Shah
ARTY EIZI EMD
-do-
151.
815
PSS-9634
Captain
Abrar Hussain
30 FF
-do-
152.
853
PSS-9959
Captain
Amjad Shabbir Bukhari
31 FD Regt. ARTY
-do-
153.
876
PA-10129
Captain
Ausaf Ahmed
53 Fd. Regt.
-do-
154.
75089
PA-10185
Captain
Abdul Qahar
EPCAF
-do-
155.
869
PA-10985
Captain
Ashraf Mirza
12 AK INF BN
-do-
156.
802
PSS-9904
Captain
Abdul Rashid Nayyar
19 Sig BN
-do-
157.
849
PSS-8005
Captain
Aman Ullah
HQ Natore GR
-do-
158.
882
PSS-9363
Captain
Aziz Ahmed
31 FD Regt.
-do-
159.
221
PSS-9440
Captain
Gulfraz Khan Abbasi
22 FF
-do-
160.
951
PSS-8144
Captain
Ikramul Haq
20 CAV
-do-
161.
947
PA-10241
Captain
Ijaz Ahmed Cheema
ISI
-do-
162.
941
8867
Captain
Iftikhar Ahmed Gondal
31 Punjab
-do-
163.
964
PSS-8821
Captain
Ishaq Parvez
24 FF
-do-
164.
960
PSS-9614
Captain
Iqbal Shah
29 CAV
-do-
165.
976
PSS-6910
Captain
Javed Iqbal
33 Baluch
-do-
166.
972
PSS-9765
Captain
Jahangir Koyani
RFT CAMP
-do-
167.
985
PA-7838
Captain
Karam Khan
315 HQ BDE
-do-
168.
1047
PA-11554
Captain
Manzar Amin
25 FF
-do-
169.
1255
PSS-9387
Captain
Muzaffar Hussain Naqvi
18 Punjab
-do-
170.
1178
PA-11551
Captain
Mohd. Sajjad
80 Fd. Regt.
-do-
171.
1201
PSS-8820
Captain
Mohd. Zakir Raja
(Muhammad Zakar Khan, Arty)
ISSC
-do-
172.
1126
PA-7862
Captain
Mohd. Arif
14 HQ Div
-do-
173.
1131
PSS-9018
Captain
Mohd. Ashraf
12 Punjab
-do-
174.
1149
PSS-8977
Captain
Mohd. Iqbal
12 Punjab
-do-
175.
1096
PSS-9927
Captain
Mohd. Rafi Munir
18 Punjab
-do-
176.
1159
PSS-10287
Captain
Mohd. Jamill
6 Punjab
-do-
177.
1238
PSS-9077
Captain
Naeem Sadiq
409 HQ FIU
-do-
178.
1351
PSS-9454
Captain
Sher Ali
39 Baluch
-do-
179.
1322
PSS-8093
Captain
Salman Mahmood
26 FF
-do-
180.
1325
PA-11009
Captain
Samshed Sarwar
RFN CAMP
-do-
181.
1343
PSS-7745
Captain
Shahid Rehman
29 CAV
-do-
182.
1321
PSS-10431
Captain
Saleh Hussain
18 Punjab
-do-
183.
1350
PSS-9508
Captain
Shaukat Nawaz Khan
6 Punjab
-do-
184.
1396
PA-7898
Captain
Zahid Zaman
53 HQ BDE
-do-
185.
1505
PSS-11843
Lieutenant
Munir Ahmed Butt
31 Baluch Regt.
-do-
186.
15532
PSS-12191
Lieutenant
Zafar Jang
38 FF
-do-
187.
641
PSS-6127
Major
Nisar Ahmad Khan Sherwani
32 Punjab
Responsible for man killing, loot, arson
188.
338
PSS-8534
Major
Fayaz Muhammad
29 Baluch
-do-
189.
487
PA-4992
Major
Mian Fakhruddin
91 HQ Inf. Bde.
-do-
190.
924
PSS-8880
Captain
Hidayat Ullah Khan
29 Baluch
-do-
191.
1102
PSS-10828
Captain
Md. Siddique
27 Sig. BN
-do-
192.
993
10147
Captain
Khalil ur Rahman
COD, Dacca
-do-
193.
628
PA-6726
Major
Nadir Parvaiz Khan
6 Punjab
-do-
194.
934
PSS-10384
Captain
Hassan Idris
EPCAF
-do-
Pakistan Air Force
195.
65483
P-953
Air Cdre
Inam ul Hoque Khan
PF Dacca
-do-
196.
65484
PAF-1069
Gr. Cpt.
M.A. Majid Baig
PF Dacca
-do-
197.
65510
PAK-5332
Ft/Lt.
Khalil Ahmed
PAF
-do-
Pakistan Navy
198.
71755
P-138
Rear Adm
Mohamed Shariff
 
-do-
199.
71756
PN-108
Cmdre
Ikramul Haq Malik
Port Trust
-do-
200.
71757
219
Cmdre
Khatib Masud Hussain
Base Comd.
-do-
Sources:
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Commission on War Criminals of Bangladesh
3. Saiduzzaman Raushan: Speeches and Statements of Killers & Collaborators of 1971
4. Air Marshal M Asghar Khan: Generals in Politics
5. Maj Gen Tozammal Hussain Malik: The Story of My Struggle
6. Maj Gen Rao Forman Ali Khan: How Pakistan Got Divided
7. Maj Gen Fazal Muqueem Khan: Pakistan’s Crisis in Leadership
8. AAK Niazi: The Betrayal of East Pakistan
9. The Hamoodur Rahman Commission Report
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11. Shahriar Kabir: Tormenting 7