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Whole World Stunned by Bangabandhu’s Declaration of Independence

It was a wartime period across the world. People in different parts of the world were struggling for freedom. The Communist people were revolting on one side, on the other side separatist groups were fighting in different countries. But the
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United Front Election & Historic 21-point Programme

The Bengali nation first united in an unprecedented way centring the 1952 Language Movement, which ultimately paved the way for realizing the rights and protests the exploitation of the Pakistani government. As young Sheikh Mujibur Rahman assumed the general secretary
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Historic 7th March Speech of Bangabandhu

Brothers of mine; Today I appear before you with a heavy heart. You know and understand everything. We tried with our lives. But the painful matter is that now the streets of Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Rajshahi and Rangpur are stained with
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4,682 Days in Jail

The Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman served a total of 4,682 days in jail throughout his life. He remained seven days in prison in his school life during British rule. The rest of the days were in
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Bangabandhu prepared the nation for armed revolt throughout March

The seed Bangabandhu sow in historic six-point demand in 1966 got fulfilled with the 1970 general elections. Awami League gained a landslide majority bagging 167 seats out of 313 in the national cabinet of Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman became the
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Bangabandhu & Language Movement

Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman had an outstanding contribution in organizing the language movement. He was active from the beginning of the language movement in 1947 till the end. Shortly after the creation of Pakistan in 1947, a
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Declaration of Independence by Bangabandhu

Such a bloodstained sun was never seen in the sky of Bangladesh. The sun of 26th March of 1971 indicated something new, the sun of independent Bangladesh. On 25th March, the military junta attacked on sleeping, defenseless, empty-handed Bengali people.
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Enactment of the Proclamation of Independence

The Proclamation of Independence was made to tackle a serious situation. On the night of 25 March 1971, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman made a Declaration of Independence immediately before the military crackdown and moments before he was arrested by the
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Six-point: ‘Charter of Freedom’ for Bengalees

We observe June 7 as the Six-Point Day. The year 2020 has appeared as a unique year in the life of the Bengalees. This year is very important for us – meaning the people of Bangladesh. Massive programmes were undertaken
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Formation of Mujibnagar government

April 17, 1971 - the historic Mujibnagar Day is unforgettable in the long history of Bangladesh's freedom struggle. The first government of Bangladesh was formed on 10 April 1971 as per the declaration of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh
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Democracy leads to the idea of national identity

Since the partition, there was no general election in United Pakistan in 23 years till 1970. It was a matter of utter surprise that from 1947 to 1956 the Pakistan state was governed by the Government of India Act as
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Bangabandhu’s declaration in international media

Visionary leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman led the language movement towards the autonomy of the nation. Preparing the nation for autonomy, he framed the historic six-point charter, which was the long-cherish demands for the Bangali nation. The leader of the nation
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Mujibnagar Government: Milestone of 'Bangladesh'

April 17, Mujibnagar Day. On this day in 1971, the first Bangladesh government, widely known as the 'Mujibnagar government was formed by the elected leaders of Bangladesh as the rightful constitutional, logical, and realistic step forward towards the full realization
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The Proclamation of Independence

The Chhatra Sangram Parishad read out the 'Declaration of Independence' in presence of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at a rally at Paltan Maidan in Dhaka on March 3 in 1971. It specified the establishment of an independent and sovereign state
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