On November 2, 1971 I went along with a group of Mukti Bahini men (Liberation Army) to Nizampur, Gopinathpur and Belta villages newly captured by the Bangladesh Gurrilas in Jessore District.
Shots of general views of the village Nizempur, sign Bangladesh Checkpost, Bangladesh flag, sign field post office, training of gurrillas with arms, Instructor giving instructions, Gurrillas, guarding the village road etc
Shots of Gurrilas with 2" Morter, gurrila working with map and compus, a wireless operator signalling, Gurrillas guarding the fields, Gurrillas patrolling through the village, paddy field etc village women doing domestic work in their house.
Shots of village women working, children moving ground, men working, cattles, men coming from market with purchased articles, more village shots to show normally.
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Background: On November 2, 1971 I went along with a group of Mukti Bahini men (Liberation Army) to Nizampur, Gopinathpur and Belta villages newly captured by the Bangladesh Gurrilas in Jessore District. In this sector they have captured Nizampur, Gopinathpur, Belta, Mantu, Manipota and Bishahari village with an area of 50 sq. miles about 80 miles south East of Calcutta. In those villages the Bangladesh Gurrillas have functioning field Post Offices, Checkposts and field administration camps under the self styled Bangladesh Government. The film shows the signs of the checkpost, field post office, training of Gurrillas with arms, regular trained gurrillas activities in guarding and patrolong the territory and the normal village life in the captured areas.