Running head: POLITICAL INSTABILITY IN BANGLADESH 2 POLITICAL INSTABILITY IN BANGLADESH 2 Political Instability in Bangladesh Student’s Name: Institutional Affiliation: History of Bangladesh During the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971, modern Bangladesh attained its independence from Pakistan. The history of Bangladesh is carefully entwined with the history of India subsequent and that of Bengal. The country's early documented history featured the succession of Buddhist and Hindu kingdoms, and around the 6th to 7th century AD, Islam arrived. Later, the Muslim religious leaders started preaching, and after that construction of mosques. Bengal Sultanate took the leadership of the Bangladesh community since the 14th century. Ahamed, (2013) points out that Bangladesh economic prosperity tremendously increased and, by the same time, declared the wealthiest country to trade with by the Europeans. Subsequently, under the Mughal Empire, it was the most prosperous province where Bengal Subah generated almost half of the empire and about 12% of the world's GDP more significant than the entire GDP of Western Europe. By the 1700s, the Mughal empire was declined, and Bengal becomes a semi-independent state, which Siraj ud-Daulah lastly led it. Bengal Presidency was established after that as a result of Bengal's contribution to the Industrial Revolution. In August 1947, the border of modern Bangladesh 1991was created with the separation of India and Bengal. Demography of Bangladesh showing the population of religion Economic Development The country of Bangladesh is an agricultural ambitious economy. An overall of about 54% of all residents in Bangladesh country are all directly and indirectly involved in farming. The government has good soil fertility and enough supply of water due to so many rivers within the area, making the nation to harvest about three crops every year. There have been so many reported cases of floods damaging crops around every year, but it has never made it harder for the residents since the production of food crops within the nation has been enough. Labor- intensive is the second sector in the manufacturing industry that is the Ready-made garments industry to be specific, involved both genders in generating the foreign revenue as well as contributing to the GDP of the country. The export of the workforce is the third sector that has signed to the Bangladeshi an economy. A good number of the people of Bangladesh have been able to acquire job opportunities in the market in the nearby countries of the Middle- East, Malaysia, Singapore, etc. The nation strictly observed cultural and religious beliefs that allowed women to stay at their homes, and they were supposed to remain around the compounds to take care of all the activities around them. Men, on the o.