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Question 1: According to it, Peoples Republic of Bangladesh is a unitary republic consisting of the territories of the former East Pakistan and also included territories (some enclaves exchanged with ________).
India and the Non-Aligned MovementLok SabhaResearch and Analysis WingIndia

Question 2: The state religion is ________, but all other religions can be practised in peace and harmony.
Islamic schools and branchesMosqueMuslim historyIslam

Question 3: See Also: Six point movement, Bengali Language Movement, ________
Operation JackpotOperation SearchlightEast Pakistan Air Operations, 1971Bangladesh Liberation War

Question 4: Influenced by this idealism, the leadership of Bangladesh felt that greater equity in the distribution of income in the economy of the new country would be possible either through social democracy or ________.
Democratic socialismLibertarian socialismSocialist InternationalMarxism

Question 5: Keeping in mind the lack of democracy and powerful influence of the military in Pakistan, the drafters of the constitution envisioned Bangladesh as a secular ________, in order to establish a progressive and sustainable state.
AuthoritarianismGottfried LeibnizJohn LockeDemocracy

Question 6: The state language is Bangla and the national anthem is the first ten line of the song Amar Sonar Bangla written by ________.
Visva-Bharati UniversityNastanirhSwami VivekanandaRabindranath Tagore

Question 7: The constitution drafting committee consisted of members of all parties in the constituent assembly, including the ________, National Awami Party, Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal and the seven independent lawmakers.
Bangladesh Awami LeagueJatiyo Samajtantrik DalBangladesh Jamaat-e-IslamiBangladesh Nationalist Party

Question 8: During the war the Pakistani military again imposed ________ and committed wide spread atrocities against the Bengali population.
Martial lawUnited StatesRahimuddin KhanIsrael

Question 9: In the late 1960s, the main Bengali political party, the ________, proposed the Six Point demands as the basis for a new constitution in Pakistan.
Bangladesh Awami LeagueJatiyo Samajtantrik DalBangladesh Nationalist PartyBangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami

Question 10: The tensions provoked by the Six point movement would contribute to the fall of the ________ regime and lead to the 1970 elections, which were overwhelmingly won by the Awami League.
Pervez MusharrafAyub KhanMuhammad Zia-ul-HaqRahimuddin Khan







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