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50 years of Independence: Prosperous, Digital Bangladesh Wonders the World

The greatest Bengali, who led the nation for freedom from the thousand-years-chain of subordination, was none but Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He finally declared independence on March 26 in 1971, following the two-long decades of struggles for freedom. The Bengali nation leapt into the war at the risk of their lives. The whole 55,000 squa...

Sheikh Hasina: Pioneer of Digital Bangladesh, Humanitarian Leadership & Progress

The greatest Bengali, who led the nation for freedom from the thousand-years-chain of subordination, was none but Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He finally declared independence on March 26 in 1971, following the two-long decades of struggles for freedom. The Bengali nation leapt into the war at the risk of their lives. The whole 55,000 squa...

Freedom from Slavery: A Story of War, Friendship & Liberation

As the Pakistani junta started a conspiracy to eliminate the Bengali nation soon after the landslide victory of the Awami League-led by Bangabandhu in the 1970’s general election, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman started preparing the nation for armed resistance. His call for non-cooperation deactivated the power of the Pakistani administ...

The Indian troops left independent Bangladesh in the hands of its elected leader

Approximately one crore Bengalis took shelter in India when the Pakistani junta started crackdown and genocide on the ordinary people in Bengal in 1971. Indian government showed humanity to our ancestors like the Awami League government does to the Rohingyas who were persecuted by the Myanmar army. India also withdrew its troops from Bangladesh ...

Razakars directly helped Pakistanis carry out genocide and rapes

When the Pakistani military started the brutal genocide and rape of the Bengali nation in March 1971, a special force consisting of a handful of Bengalis was formed to assist them. The Ipkaf consisted of 13,000 members, mainly non-Bengalis living here, with General Jamshed as its head. Mujahid and Razakar forces were formed with local Bengali co...