This episode enunciates a basic point that Sheikh Mujib's six-point demand or for that matter the later demand for a complete independence of Bangladesh was a part of the total historical process which began when the British were eventually preparing to leave the colony. The British exploited Hindus and Muslims in India , using one against the other resulting eventually in separate electorate for the muslims and the Two-Nation Theory. The six point is very akin to Cripps & Cabinet Mission plans as well as to the Lahore resolution but the immediate cause of the six-point program was a feeling of insecurity by the people of East Bengal after an Indo-Pakistan War in 1965. The Bengalees felt ignored. This episode also looks into the failure of the Agartala Conspiracy Case which alleged that the prponent of the demand for autonomy , Sheikh Mujib was involved in anti-state activities. People ignored these allegations and Mujib became a hero for the Bengalees and was called , Bangabandhu.