The International Mother Language Day (International Mother Language Day)

The International Mother Language Day (International Mother Language Day)

The International Mother Language Day (International Mother Language Day)

Every year since the language movement of 1952, 21st February has been celebrated by the Bengalis as Martyr's Day. Since the creation of independent Bangladesh, the President on February 21 at 12:01 pm. People from all walks of life, including the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition, laid wreaths at the Central Martyrs' Minar for the Bahasa Martyrs. Ekushey's Prabhatferi and Prabhatferi songs have become an integral part of Bengali culture. Since independence, Ekushey February has been declared a public holiday. The process of pacifying the Bengali consciousness was continued by organizing various programs highlighting the significance of Martyr's Day. On 21st February 1952, the Bengali nation defended the status of mother tongue in exchange for blood. Language and Martyr's Day is recognized by the international community today as a unique event in the history of the world.

                  Then People of East Bengal

The diplomatic efforts and activities of the then mother tongue Lover of the World, a 10-member multilingual and multinational language organization based in Canada and the then Awami League government (1996-2001) played a significant role in this recognition. This process started on January 9, 1997. On this day, on the initiative of Rafiqul Islam and Abdus Salam, expatriate Bengalis living in Canada, 'Mother Language Lover of the World' was presented to the then UN Secretary General Kofi Annan on 21st February as International Mother Language Day. Sends an application for declaration. Inspired to do justice to the names of the language martyrs Rafiq and Salam, these two Bengalis took such an infinitely brave and creative initiative. The UN office was asked to apply along with UNESCO. Later, in consultation with the United Nations, the Government of Bangladesh and Bangladesh became UNESCO national at the 30th General Conference of UNESCO held in 1999 in Paris, France. The Commission proposes to celebrate 21st February as International Mother Language Day in the member states. Twenty-seven UNESCO states endorsed Bangladesh's proposal in writing. The proposal was raised as a draft proposal 35 in UNESCO. This proposal was unanimously passed by Commission-II on 12th and 16th November, 1999. Is. February 21 was declared 'International Mother Language Day' by the UNESCO session in Paris on November 16, 1999. This day has been in the international arena since February 21, 2000. Being properly observed. Thus the language movement of Bangladesh was awarded international status. In recognition of this. This is an opportunity to present the history of Bengali blood donation and sacrifice for the language to the world. Establishment of Awami Muslim League, 1949 (Formation of Awami Muslim League, 1949). For Maulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhasani and Hassan Shaheed Sehrawardy in 1949 Awami Muslim League

The Muslim League of the people 'means the establishment of the Awami Muslim League. Second, the demand for making Bengali the state language was hastened by the wrong policies of these statesmen. On June 23, 1949, Sehrawardy and the anti-Lim League activists at the Raj Garden Palace (Bali Majil) in KM Das Lane Road, Tikatuli, Dhaka.

He finalized the formation of Awami Muslim League. Bangabandhu period is the reason for formation of Pakistan Awami Muslim League. - said, "I thought, Pakistan has become a communal political institution is not needed. . There will be a non-communal political organization, which will have an honest manito. I thought, the time is yet to come. . So those who are out there, they have done it thoughtfully. "

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Maulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhasani President Ataur Rahman Khan.

Vice President Ali Ahmad Khan MLA.

Vice President Ali Amjad Khan.

Vice-President Sakhawat Hassan.

Vice-President Abdus Salam Khan.

Vice-President Shamsul Haque.

Son. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

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Co-editors A, K, M, Rafiqul Islam

Co-editor Yar Muhammad Khan

Treasurer Awami Muslim League Program 'Awami Muslim League' is a political party born out of the long history of deprivation and inequality of the Muslim League (1906). Sovereignty of Pakistan, welfare of the people, division of autonomy on the basis of Laha's proposal, equal rights of all citizens irrespective of race and religion etc. were included in the program of Awami Muslim League. The Awami Muslim League became the first political party to assert the rights of the people of East Pakistan. East. All the students and people of Pakistan fully supported the party's program and did not hesitate to take to the streets to make it a success. Goals and Objectives of Awami Muslim League Preserving the sovereignty, integrity and stability of Pakistan; 2. Ensuring that the constitution and laws of Pakistan are based on true democracy; 3. Religious, cultural, social, educational self-determination of Muslims in Pakistan and other communities

Ensuring the same rights; 4. The basic needs of every citizen of Pakistan - viz. Food, clothing, shelter, education, healthcare and

Ensuring a dignified and dignified way of life;

Improving the lot of ordinary people and improving their standard of living and ensuring full wages for labor;

Surendranath Bandopadhyay and many others along with Indian Association and India League Established

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The International Mother Language Day (International Mother Language Day)

Rafiq was also a setter. At that moment, a bullet hit Rafiq in the head and skull. He fell to the ground and died. Police found his body in the morgue of Dhaka Medical College

. Later, his body was laid to rest at Azimpur Cemetery in Dhaka under military guard at around 3 pm. He was 26 years old at the time.

Shahid Rafiquddin The pride of Bengalis, the arrogance of Bengalis. He became forever remembered by the Bengalis for his fame. Will be Rafiquddin was posthumously awarded the Ekushey Padak in 2000 in recognition of his contribution to the language movement. In his village in February 2004, his name was 'Bahasa Shahid Rafiuddin Ahmed Library and Memorial'.

Daghar 'was established. An institutional building was named after him at Jagannath University. Shahid Shafiur Rahman: Shahid Shafiur Rahman was born on 24th January 1917 in Konnagar village of Barampur district of Hughli district of West Bengal. Does. His father's name was Maulvi Mahbubur Rahman. He was the Superintendent of the Paste and Telegraph Office in Dhaka. Shafiur Rahman's mother's name is Kanetatun Nesa. I. from Calcutta Government Commercial College. After passing, Shafiur Rahman took a job as a clerk in the 24 Parganas Civil Supplies Office. He married Akila Khatun, daughter of Tamizuddin of Calcutta in 1945. After the partition of the country, he came to Dhaka and became a clerk in the Accounting Branch of the High Court. Raghunath Das of Dhaka on 22nd February 1952 at around 10 am. Shafiur Rahman cycled from his house in Lane to Nawabpur Road and left for his office. At that time, police and public protests were rushed in protest against the firing of the police in the procession of the Language Movement in Nawabpur Read. Suddenly a bullet pierced Shafiur Rahman's body. He fell to the ground and was rushed to Dhaka Medical College Hospital by a government ambulance. His operation was performed there. But as the operation was not successful, he died at around 6:30 pm. His body was not handed over to his family. According to official information published in the daily Azad on March 14, 1952, his janaza was performed in the presence of a first class magistrate. He was then buried at Azimpur Karsthan on the instructions of the authorities. In the year 2000

The Bangladesh government posthumously awarded the Ekushey Padak to Shafiur Rahman. Shahid Abul Barkat: Shahid Abul Barkat was born on June 13, 1928 in Murshidabad,

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