Hero of Bengali History – Bhorer Kagoj

Mrinal Basu Chowdhury

Poet and writer

People were at the center of the life philosophy of this uncompromising fighter. From his childhood, he cried for the helpless and deprived people. From then on, he stood by them in various ways. He later devoted himself to the struggle for the rights of these people. The dream of building a non-discriminatory country for the social and economic liberation of people from all walks of life was a lifelong one. He wanted to establish the independent identity of the Bengali nation all over the world and make the country and the people of the country economically self-sufficient. His political thinking or political philosophy developed around the overall improvement of Bengali life and the dream of building a society free from exploitation. I remember we had a lot of discussions about Bangabandhu’s 18-minute speech on March 7, 1971, his tearful emotions surrounding the people, his call to confront the bloodthirsty Pakistani invaders. I had the good fortune to hear this speech later. I can still hear the muffled words, “Build forts in every house. This time the struggle is for our liberation, this time the struggle is for freedom.” At the heart of all the activities of Bangabandhu’s struggling life was the struggle for the rights of the deprived people. A popular leader, successful politician Bangabandhu has spent his entire life in various struggles and movements Ñ in the instability of building a beautiful society for the people মুক্তি he wanted the liberation of the people of the country Ñ economic, political and cultural liberation. The people of the country have been oppressed and deprived only by the then Pak administrators of East Pakistan. Bangabandhu has fought against this oppression, injustice and deprivation for 23 years. In that historic speech on March 7, he uttered with great sorrow, ‘Today, sad to say, the tragic history of twenty-three years is the history of the oppression of Bengal, the history of the blood of the people of Bengal. Twenty-three years of history is the history of the cries of dying men and women; The history of Bengal is the history of painting the highways with the blood of the people of this country. ‘


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