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The First Stage of Migration: The Refugees of Nadia District After Partition

Journal: IMPACT : International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature (IMPACT : IJRHAL) (Vol.6, No. 01)

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Page : 199-206

Keywords : East Bengal; Minority; Refugee Rehabilitation; Refugee Camp; Cooper’s Camp; Chinese Mission Camp; Rupashree Pally; Dhubulia Camp; Taherpur; Benapole; Petrapole; Relief; Rehabilitation;

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India became free on the 15th day of August, 1947 and simultaneously, a large part of the Muslim-inhabited region of India was seceded and a separate state came into being PAKISTAN by name. In connection with the afforested secession, two provinces of India Bengal and Punjab were divided. East Bengal and west Punjab were included in Pakistan and west Bengal and East Punjab remained in India. The minorities Hindus of East Bengal become refugees and they had been coming to the different adjoining border provinces of India for having shelter since the partition of India. The majority of the refugees of East Bengal took shelter in West Bengal. In view of the numerical facts of rehabilitated refugees ,Nadia distract won the remarkable position in all the district of West Bengal.

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