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After spending close to two decades of my life trying to reason with people of Bangladesh, it is my (personal opinion) that it cannot happen.
EVEN if every single Pakistani alive today was to apologize and beg for forgiveness while in a state of prostration crying to every single citizen of Bangladesh it will not be enough. For years I thought that Pakistan should apologies for grave injustices and it should lead to reconciliation, I no longer think so.
The issue is not on the Pakistani (people) side, the issue is with people of Bangladesh.
Educated, articulate, reasonable Bangladeshi men and women turn into demons when it comes to Pakistan. I have a friend who is a well known intellectual and when it comes to Pakistan starts quoting his Aunty about Pakistani atrocities, every other issues he is reasonable and looks at evidence. When it comes to Pakistan, he does not wish to consider independent evidence, UN reports but trusts his aunty's recollection, aunty NEVER WITNESSED a single thing directly she heard it from others. This tells me that the matter cannot be reconciled. If this is his approach then the laymen of Bangladesh cannot be expected to any different.
My father served in Dhaka and my older Brothers and Sisters went to School there, I have family members who have Bangali and Bihari wives so I am familiar with the terrain but this hatred has become repugnant and infused into Bangladeshi DNA and cannot be penetrated.
Bangaldeshi Muslims are different to both Indian and Pakistani Muslims and have no similarities to Kashmirees (either) and the issue has no resemblance to Kashmir.
All I say (genuinely and sincerely) is good luck to Muslims of Bangladesh and my Duas are with them.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.