Paragraph : Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was born in 1920 at Tungipara in Gopalgonj. His father’s name was Sheikh Lutfur Rahman and his mother’s name was Sayara Begum. He passed the matriculation examination from the Gopalgonj mission school. He obtained BA degree in 1947 from the Calcutta Islamic college. Afterwards, he joined the politics and did his best for the Bengali nation to make us free from the misrule and oppression of the park rulers. He put his utmost effort. He was arrested on 25th March 1971 and was taken to Pakistan. He was sent back home after liberation. He was the prime minister and sometime president of Bangladesh. He was assassinated by some misguided army officers on 15th august 1975. He was engraved at Tungipara. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is the greatest son of the Bengali nation ever. Many national leaders have emerged in the history of the Bengali nation. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is an undisputed name of Bangladesh. Bangabandhu was born on March 17 1920 in Tungipara village of Gaipalganj district. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman entered politics during his student days. He was the leader of the All India Muslim Students Federation in India’s independence movement in the late period of the British period. In 1948 he founded the East Pakistan University. From jail, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was elected joint secretary of the Awami League formed in 1949. He has been the party’s general secretary since 1953 and was elected president in 1966. In order to remedy the limitless discipline of the Pakistani rulership and to promote the independence of the Bengalis Bangabandhu’s historic 6 point programme of 1966 was launched. This was the first and logical proposal to establish the autonomy of the Bengali nation. In the 1970 elections, the Awami League won 167 of the 169 seats in East Pakistan to win an absolute majority in the National Assembly of Pakistan. He gave a historic political speech in Bengal. This speech was basically the direction of the freedom struggle in Bangladesh. The source and symbol of the eternal inspiration of the Bengali freedom struggle. At 12.05 p.m. at 12.05 p.m. at 12.05 p.m. the first hour of March 26 after the Pakistani army launched a hellish attack on innocent Bengalis on the night of March 25 Bangabandhu struck the independence of Bangladesh. He was then arrested and taken to Pakistan. On January 10 1972 Bangabandhu returned home after being released from a Pakistani jail. On August 15 1975 he was killed by a group of crooked military juntas before he could build Bangladesh with his own hands. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman later received the title of Father of the Nation. the day of 7 March 1971 was one of the supreme tests in his life. Nearly two million freedom-loving people assembled at the Ramna Race Course Maidan later renamed Suhrawardy Uddyan on that day to hear their leaders command for the battle for liberation. The Pakistani military junta was also waiting to trap him and shoot down the people on the plea of suppressing a revolt against the state. Sheikh Mujib spoke in a thundering voice but in a masterly well-calculated restrained language. His historic declaration in the meeting was Our struggle this time is for freedom. Our struggle this time is for independence. To deny the Pakistani military an excuse for a crackdown he took care to put forward proposals for a solution to the crisis in a constitutional way and kept the door open for negotiations.The crackdown however did come on the night of 25 March 1971. He declared the independence of Bangladesh in the early hours of 26 March 1971. The junta arrested Sheikh Mujib for the last time and whisked him away to West Pakistan for confinement for the entire duration of the liberation war. In the name of suppressing a rebellion, the Pakistani military let loose hell on the unarmed civilians throughout Bangladesh and perpetrated a genocide killing no less than three million men women and children raping women in hundreds of thousands and destroying property worth billions of Taka. Before their ignominious defeat and surrender, they with the help of their local collaborators killed a large number of intellectuals university professors writers doctors journalists engineers and eminent persons of other professions. In pursuing a scorch earth policy they virtually destroyed the whole of the country’s infrastructure. But they could not destroy the indomitable spirit of the freedom fighters nor could they silence the thundering voice of the leader. Tape recordings of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib’s 7 March speech kept on inspiring his followers throughout the war.Forced by international pressure and the imperatives of its own domestic predicament Pakistan was obliged to release Sheikh Mujib from its jail soon after the liberation of Bangladesh and on 10 January 1972 the great leader returned to his beloved land and his admiring nation.But as he saw the plight of the country his heart bled and he knew that there would be no moment of rest for him. Almost the entire nation including about ten million people returning from their refuge in India had to be rehabilitated the shattered economy needed to be put back on the track the infrastructure had to be rebuilt millions had to be saved from starvation and law and order had to be restored.Simultaneously a new constitution had to be framed a new parliament had to be elected and democratic institutions had to be put in place. Any ordinary mortal would break down under the pressure of such formidable tasks that needed to be addressed on a top priority basis. Although simple at heart Sheikh Mujib was a man of cool nerves and of great strength of mind. Under his charismatic leadership, the country soon began moving on the road to progress and the people found their long-cherished hopes and aspirations being gradually realized.But at this critical juncture, his life was cut short by a group of anti-liberation reactionary forces who in a pre-dawn move on 15 August 1975 not only assassinated him but 23 of his family members and close associates.When the country was moving forward overcoming all obstacles it became a victim of domestic conspirators and international circles. On 15 August 1975 Bangabandhu and his family were killed by a soldier. Therefore the Bengali nation observes the National Day of Mourning on the 15th of August every year.It is considered a great loss for the nation. He was engraved at Tungipara.

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