The Biharis who came from India to the then East Pakistan have now become the problem community for the Bangladesh government.
Track shot of Biharies inside the jute mill.
Slow pan shot of a very long queue of Biharis waiting for rashion
Pan shot of their bags.
M.S of young and old Biharies.
C.S. of girls and women standing in a queue for ration.
Few Bihari ladies coming out of ration shop with their bags. pan to others waiting desperately.
Various C.S of Bihari men.
Various shots of a local young doctor inoculating people at the Bihari camp.
C.S of young children taking inoculation.
L.S of the queue of Biharis.
M.S of a young boy down with feaver.
Shot of a very young girl being given intra-venous injection.
Various shots of a young Bihari boy being given intra-venous mineral water injection- more shots of the tube and the bottle.
A mill doctor examining patients and another one inoculating.
Biharis lined up for Cholera inoculation near the hospital.
L.S of Bihari women gathering for the food which will be supplied by Indian Army,
A local women asking others to sit down and be calm.
Various shots of women and children gathering for food.
L.S of Indian soldiers controlling the crowd.
An Indian soldier distributing the rice and sugar.
Various shot of people waiting their turn.
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Background: The Biharis who came from India to the then East Pakistan have now become the problem community for the Bangladesh government. The West Pak military junta helped then in keeping aloof from the bangalis during the peace time in hope to use them against each other and they did use them during the present war. Active Biharis were picked up by West Pak army and were turned into Razakars who were directed to loot, kill an rape bangalis. According to local people these Biharis were looting and killing and also helping Pak army to do so during the liberation struggle of Bangladesh. Now since the things have changed and Mukti Bahini has won Biharis are scared to come out in the Dacca town and are living in various Bihari colony camps in the city and are dying for food because now Mukti Bahili is at large with arms. Food and medicine is being sent to these camps either through the Indian army or the red cross.