Islamization in Pakistan & Bangladesh: A Comparative Study of Zia ul Haq and Ziaur Rehman
Keywords:Islamization, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Zia ul Haq, Ziaur Rehman.
The entirety of this chapter is dedicated to discussing the concepts, considerations, impacts, resolutions, needs, boundaries, and constraints that were faced by both the Generals of Pakistan and Bangladesh during the course of their respective tenures in office. When the countries broke away from each other in 1971, they were operating under a single constitution and had no need for constitutional change. The entire narrative is based on the detailed misconception that is prevalent in the nations where political and international applications are working hand in hand to prevent the impact and rise to power of Islamic governments with conservative worldviews. In this study, according to Islamic Ideology, the hypothesis that military regimes are inherently unstable because their leaders lack the necessary political abilities of persuasive communication, negotiating, public appeal, and the development of new political tactics for survival and legitimacy will be put to the test. This hypothesis states that military regimes are inherently unstable because their leaders lack the necessary political abilities of persuasive communication, negotiating, and the development of new political tactics for survival and legitimacy. According to the findings of this research, the military dictatorship that was commanded by General Zia ul Haq and General Zia ur Rahman was accountable for the genocide that was committed due to an extreme fear of Islamic culture.
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