March 7 speech is the declaration of real independence: Prime Minister

On the occasion of the historic Golden Jubilee on March 7, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that this speech was a declaration of true independence. The country was governed from No. 32 of Dhanmondi. The country went on as my father had instructed. Dhanmondi was in full control of the country at number 32.

He said this at a function organized by the Ministry of Culture on the occasion of March 7 from Ganobhaban on Sunday (March 6) afternoon. The Prime Minister virtually joined the event. The program was broadcast live from the Bangabandhu International Conference Center.

Speaking on the occasion, Sheikh Hasina said that she (Bangabandhu) had given all kinds of instructions in her speech on March 7. The speech that was able to awaken the people of the whole country was once banned in Bangladesh. Today that speech has been recognized as the best speech of the United Nations. This speech is being translated into different languages ​​in different countries of the world. It is a document of world heritage today. History cannot be deleted. The truth has been revealed today.

Bangabandhu’s daughter Sheikh Hasina said, “My mother played the biggest role before she went to give the speech.” My mother could make the right decision at any juncture. My mother said, you will say whatever comes to your mind. On the advice of his mother, his father gave such a speech that day.

Earlier, the Minister of Education. Dipu Moni said, in every verse of this speech is written the consciousness and history of the struggle of Bengalis. No other speech in the world has been written with so many poems and songs. This speech has been recognized as a historical document. He thanked Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, daughter of Bangabandhu, for taking the country forward on the path of Bangabandhu’s dream.

Celebrating the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Chief Coordinator of the National Implementation Committee Kamal Abdul Naser read out the keynote address on the historic 7th March Golden Jubilee. He said, March 7 is the thousand year epic of Bengali.

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman gave the final ultimatum of release on March 7, 50 years ago. To commemorate this immortal history, the Ministry of Culture organized a historic event on March 7 in collaboration with the National Implementation Committee to celebrate the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

On March 7, a landmass named Bangladesh was born. Millions of people gathered at Suhrawardy Udyan at the call of the then undisputed leader of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Where he called for freedom. He said, this time the struggle is the struggle for freedom. After that all the people of Bengal jumped into the struggle for liberation. Bangladesh’s independence was achieved at the cost of the lives of 3 million martyrs in a long nine-month bloody war.


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