While civil war is reported to continue in East Pakistan, there is a little evidence of fighting inside the border from India.
SV crowds chanting -- TILT up to CU Bangla Desh flag (2 shots)
SCU crowds chanting
CU radio TILT up to SV crowds listening
GV crowds waving arms as truck-loads of supporters arrive chanting and waving PAN to crowd waving
GV Truck-load and bus-load of supporters chanting and waving (3 shots)
SV's crowd chanting and waving bamboo poles (2 shots)
GV's truck-load and bus-load of supporters pass through crowd cheering and waving bamboo poles (4 shots)
Initials PS/12.20 PS/13.56
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Background: While civil war is reported to continue in East Pakistan, there is a little evidence of fighting inside the border from India. A National Broadcasting Company camera team managed to penetrate 20 miles into East Pakistan from the Indian border. Although they saw no fighting, or for that matter any signs of the reported heavy - death toll and destruction, crowds Bangla Desh supporters were in evidence. Armed mostly with sticks and bamboo poles, they chanted their support for Bangla Desh. There was no evidence of the reported heavily armed troops from West Pakistan.