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7th March speech paragraph
In the history of Bangladesh, the 7th March is definitely one of the greatest days. On this day in 1971, the great leader, Mr. Sheikh Mujibor Rahman has delivered one of the most intelligent speeches in the history of mankind. It was to a gathering of over two million people. This speech inspired the Bengali people to prepare for a war of independence. In 1970, the Awami League won victory in national elections winning 167 of the 169 seats a majority in the National Assembly. This election result gave Awami League the constitutional right to form a government. But Bhutto, the leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party, was intensely opposed to a Bengali becoming prime minister. They started their
conspiracy to resist the elected Awami League from gaining their governing powers. Then the situation went to a climax. On 7 March Sheikh Mujibur Rahman gave his speech at Dhaka’s Ramna Race Course. For joining the National Assembly on 25 March he pointed out four conditions. He also gave several directives for a civil movement and gave some instructions to his countryman. The speech concluded with, “Our struggle, this time, is a struggle for our freedom. Our struggle, this time, is a struggle for our independence. Joy Bangla!” UNESCO listed the speech in the Memory of the World Register as a part of the world’s documentary heritage on 30 October 2017. The speech of 7th March 1971 of Bangabandhu was surely an effective way for giving Bengalis a clear goal of independence.
7th march speech paragraph