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Paragraph: Mujib Borsho [400 words]

Mujib Borsho has been declared by the government marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Father of the nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He was born on 17 March 1920 in the Gopalganj Mohokuma. His father’s name was Sheikh Lutfur Rahman and mother’s name was Sayera Khatun. He was an intelligent boy from his childhood. He took his primary and secondary education in Gopalganj. After that, he got admitted to Kolkata Islamic College and achieved a B.A. degree in 1947. The country was then under British colonial rule and the oppressors were looting the resources of this country. He raised his voice against the oppression of the regime. In 1947, the Indian subcontinent was divided into two countries named as India and Pakistan. Our motherland was referred to as East Pakistan but it was far away from its west counterpart. After the division, this country was again being oppressed by the West Pakistani rulers. Sheikh Mujib protested to this and became the villain in the eye of West Pakistani oppressors. He had to face jail several times for serving his country’s purpose. Finally, the West Pakistani rules planned a genocide to stop the voice of this country. Though they conducted a general election in 1970, in which Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman achieve the majority vote but wasn’t been able to form the government. This also fired the cartridge among the people of East Pakistan. On 7 March 1971, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman gave a speech in front of millions of people which encourage the people of East Pakistan to fight for their liberation. This was the turning point of the people’s eagerness for the ultimate independence from the West Pakistani oppressors. Bangladesh gained its victory after nine months of bloody war against the Pakistani Military Force. After the liberation of Bangladesh, Bangabandhu started his work to enrich Bangladesh in Finance and other aspects. But he wasn’t been able to perform his actions as he was murdered along with his family on 15 August 1975. This was one of the saddest incidents in the history of Bangladesh.  Bangabandhuis not only a name but also a history. He has been the father of people and the crown-less emperor in the minds of people. We have a golden opportunity to celebrate this man’s birth century as ‘Mujib Borsho from March 17, 2020 to March 26, 2021 and to mark the golden jubilee of Bangladesh’s independence. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina unveiled the logo of Mujib Borsho on January 10. To mark the moment the yearlong programs have been adopted at home and abroad. Some programs on different historic days like March 25, 26, April 17 (Mujibnagor Govt Day), March 7 (the Six Point Day) and August 15 (the National Mourning Day) have already been organised but in shortened version due to the coronavirus pandemic and some programs are left to organize to remember this heroic son of the country. Although his birth century celebration has been disturbed and it is not possible to celebrate in pomp and grandeur manner in our country due to COVID-19, his birth centenary is being celebrated in everyone’s mind and in every house with due respect.