The truth is that Bangladesh has never stabilised even though it was liberated and it became an independent country. The chaotic legacy of Pakistan to include the military assuming that they are the saviours of the nation seems to have been ingrained in their psyche. Though India liberated Bangladesh, it appears that the democratic traditions of India with political stability, notwithstanding coalition politics that have come to stay, does not seem to have washed off on Bangladesh, though it has to be admitted that after Liberation, India played no role as Bangladesh moved towards political chaos and turbulence. Mujib, though was a great Helmsman for Bangladesh, did attempt to become all to powerful. Whether that was a right step or not, only Bangladeshis, themselves, can say. Could it be that Mujib, being a child of Pakistani politics where the military has been predominant for stability, was influenced into believing that only an iron hand and centralised power alone was the answer for a stable Bangladesh? After the assassination of Mujib by military conspirator and a taste of military power, in true Pakistani style, Bangladesh went into a spiral, though they did have bouts of democracy, which only galvanised greater chaos since the war was between the legacy of the military represented by Khaleda Zia and the 'liberation heroes' led by Sheik Hasina. Thus, two power centres of Bangladesh politics emerged and soon, more than politics, each only furthered their own families interest spurring regimes of corruption, nepotism and shortsighted policies. Khaleda Zia, is India born, but being the wife of Zia ur Rehman, is steeped in Pakistani military ethos, which in turn is steeped in Islam! Therefore, her being averse to India is understandable and hence she has fostered anti Indian politics as also played footsie with the Islamists. Hasina, on the other hand, does have some gratitude toward India owing to the part India played to liberate Bangladesh which her father spearheaded. Apart from the bouts of military dictatorships, Bangladesh politics have been a messy squabble between these two women who decide the fate of Bangladesh. During Khaleda's rule, Hasina caused issues and brought her govt down and now it is the turn of Khaleda to bring Bangladesh to its knees. Therefore, the scenario suggests the Bangladesh is in the line to implode. The article indicates the explosive scenario erupting in Bangladesh!