26th march 1971, the history of Bangladesh

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26th march 1971, the history of Bangladesh

 

26th march 1971, the history of Bangladesh


Today is March 26th. Great Independence and National Day. Today is the day to fly the red-green flag on the chest of the world. Bangladesh's independence was declared on this day in 1971, breaking the shackles of a thousand years of subjugation. By painting the pages of history in blood, creating an unparalleled example of self-sacrifice, the people of this country jumped into the struggle on this day in 1971. The ultimate result of the long 9-month war of liberation was to gain independence in exchange for a sea of ​​blood. Today is the day of that pride and arrogance of the beginning of the bloody liberation war.


26th march 1971, the history of Bangladesh
26th march 1971, the history of Bangladesh


In the historic election of 1970, the Awami League-led by Bangabandhu won an absolute majority in the vote of the people of Bengal. But the Pakistani ruling party has been delaying the transfer of power to the Awami League. The Pakistani military junta started preparing for the military operation behind the talks with the then undisputed leader of East Pakistan Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Despite gaining an absolute majority in the elections, the reluctance of the Pakistani ruling class to hand over power angered the freedom-loving people of Bengal. In such a context, on the night of March 25, the Pak aggressors started the most barbaric massacre in the whole country including Dhaka under the name of 'Operation Searchlight'.


At midnight, that is, in the early hours of March 26, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman called for independence on the EPR wireless from the historic house No. 32 (now Bangabandhu Bhaban) in Dhanmondi. The Bengali translation of the declaration of independence in English was, 'This may be my last message, Bangladesh is independent of today. People of Bangladesh, wherever you are and whatever you have, I urge you to resist the occupying forces in the end.


You have to continue the war till the final victory is achieved by expelling the last soldier of the occupying forces from the soil of Bangladesh. At the same time, the message he sent in Bengali was, 'Pakistan army has suddenly attacked Peelkhana EPR base, Rajarbagh police line and fighting is going on in the streets of the city, I have appealed to the nations of the world for help.


My appeal and command to you in the name of Almighty God, continue the fight till the last drop of blood to liberate the country. We want the help of the Police, EPR, Bengal Regiment, and Ansar to come and fight by your side. There is no compromise, we will win. Expel the last enemy from our holy motherland. Spread the word to all Awami League leaders and activists and other patriotic and freedom-loving people. God bless us. Joy Bangla. '


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