Historical March 7 in the picture – Bhorer Kagoj

Janasamudra during the historic March 7, 1971 speech. In the words of poet Nirmalendu Guna’s poem- ​​’A poem will be written with the excitement of waiting for it / Millions of mad eager anxious rebellious listeners are sitting / From dawn to the beach of Janasamudra:’ When will the poet come?

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the poet father of the nation, is moving towards the stage by ending the wait of Bengalis.

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the poet of a thousand years’ dream of the Bengalis, came and stood on the stage of the historic public meeting on March 7, 1971, ‘After a hundred years of struggle, / Walking on strong feet like Rabindranath’

On that day, iron workers from the factory came running to the field, / Plow yoke came on the shoulders, naked peasants swarmed on the shoulders, / Policeman’s weapon was snatched by the illumined youth ৷ / Death in the palm of the hand, dream came in the middle class, / , Prostitutes, vagrants / and child leaf-pickers like you in groups. ‘ Everyone was eager to jump into the struggle for independence.

A sea of ​​freedom-loving people on the racecourse ground on March 7, 1971. One of the greatest poems of freedom will be read, for which people are anxiously waiting: “When will the poet come?” “When will the poet come?”

Racecourse ground with slogan ‘Make bamboo sticks, make Bangladesh independent’

Protest against the killing of Bengali children by mothers and sisters at the racecourse ground

Shaking the stage of mass sun, the poet recited his immortal poem: / ‘This time the struggle is for our liberation, / This time the struggle is for freedom.’

SH / DC


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