Eighteenth death anniversary (January 18) of Comrade Amal Sen, a pioneer of the Tebhaga movement in Narail, organizer of the Liberation War and former president of the Workers Party of Bangladesh. On this occasion, a two-day tribute and discussion meeting has been organized at the tomb of Amal Sen at Bankri on the Narail border.
Leaders of various political and socio-cultural organizations, including the Workers Party of Bangladesh, will lay a wreath at the tomb of Comrade Amal Sen on Sunday (January 18) at 12 noon. Discussion meeting will be held at the end of wreath laying. Advocate Lutfullah, MP of Satkhira-1 constituency, the central leader of the Workers Party of Bangladesh, will address the discussion as the chief guest. On the second day, on Monday, on the death anniversary of comrade Amal Sen, the leaders of the Workers Party of Bangladesh will pay tribute and organize a discussion meeting. In fact, this year’s event has been shortened to Kovid-19, said Professor Rabindranath Biswas, secretary of the Comrade Amal Sen Memorial Protection Committee.
Comrade Amal Sen was born on 19 July 1914 at the mama’s house in the famous Roy family of Auria. While studying in the ninth grade, he became associated with the anti-British armed revolutionary ‘practice’ group. He believed that the highest attainment of human life could be to devote oneself to the welfare of human society and to participate in the struggle for the liberation of the working people. So he left the inheritance of the family zamindari and left home and took shelter in a peasant family and till his death he engaged himself in the struggle for the rights of the peasant, hard working people.
Needless to say, he was the organizer of the first communist movement in Narail. Within a few days, he organized and won the peasantry in a large area including Gobra, Agdia, Tularampur, Dhalgram, Maizpara and Madrasa Hats to stop the practice of leasing, hattola etc.
Due to his uncompromising role, he was imprisoned for nineteen years of his life. On 26 March 1971, the freedom-loving Bir Janata broke the Jessore Central Jail and released him. He devoted himself to the work of the Liberation War. When there was a disagreement with a section of party workers, he went to India during the war of liberation and from there he started organizing the freedom fighters. After independence, he united various communist groups and was the President of the Workers Party of Bangladesh before his death. Lifelong revolutionary comrade Amal Sen died on 17 January 2003 at the Dhaka Community Hospital due to old age.
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