Times of India story of May 2010 describes that Indian Army’s Eastern Command had destroyed all records related to the creation of Bengali Guerrilla Force called Mukti Bahni. These records of Eastern Command at Kolkata were ‘shredded’ immediately after the war on the orders of Gen. Jaggit Singh Arora, Head of the Eastern Command. Records would have explained when was ‘Mukti Bahni’ first conceived and then created; where was it trained and when training started? and who were giving instructions to it and what were those instructions? Though most Indian historians admit that ‘Mukti Bahni’ was Indian Army’s ‘baby’ as ‘RK Yadav’ recently admitted. But still all these details assume great significance since historians studying the 1971 war and its ‘genocide’ are now getting convinced that most killings were done by ‘Mukti Bahni’ , so who was giving them instructions and what was the purpose of these relentless killings of Behari, West Pakistani families and Bengalis who were against rebellion? Answer to this question is fundamental to the understanding of the nature of war in 1971 and its allegations of ‘genocide’. This tv segment will help raise this understanding.