The students were protesting against section 144

The students were protesting against section 144

The students were protesting against section 144

in the street in front of Dhaka Medical College, demanding the state language to be Bengali. Then police threw baton charge and tear gas on protesters. Abul Barkat took refuge in the hostel of Dhaka Medical College to escape the police baton charge and tear gas. At around 2 pm, he was standing in the corridor of Shed No. 12 of the Medical College, encouraging the agitated students. Suddenly, he fell to the ground with a rifle shot. When he was admitted to the hospital in a critical condition, the doctors could not save him even after the operation. He died at around 8 pm. Martyred at Azimpur cemetery under strict police guard at 10 pm. Barkat's body was buried. Abul Barkat in 2000 in recognition of his contribution to the language movement. He was posthumously awarded the Ekushey Padak. A Memorial Museum was established in 2012 on the campus of Dhaka University (in Palashi) in his memory named Bahasa Shahid Abul Barkat Memorial Museum. A documentary titled 'Bayannar Michil' has been made with his biography. Shahid Abdul Jabbar: Shahid Abdul Jabbar was born on 26th Ashwin 1326 BS (October 10, 1919 AD) in Panchua village of Gafargaon upazila of Mymensingh district. He was the son of Sheikh Hasan Ali

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

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Safatun Nesha of Panchua village in Gafargaon of Mymensingh

After attending the local Dhaepaghat Krishibazar Primary School for some time, Abdul Jabbar dropped out of school due to poverty and helped his father in farming. At the age of 15, he left home without anyone noticing and came to an English gentleman at Narayanganj shipyard. The Englishman sent him to Burma with a job. He stayed there for about 12 years and then returned to the country. Back in the country, he joined the Pakistan National Guard (PNG) on the grounds of Mymensingh Circuit House. Later, when the PNG was disbanded, he joined the Ansar. He returned to the country and married a young woman named Amena Khatun. On 20th February 1952, he came to Dhaka with his wife for treatment of his mother-in-law who was suffering from cancer and admitted her to Dhaka Medical College Hospital. On 21st February 1952, a mass rally was held at the premises of Dhaka Medical College Hostel demanding the state language Bengali. Abdul Jabbar also joined the rally. At that time, when the police opened fire on the students, he was shot and admitted to Dhaka Medical College. He died at the hospital that night. The Government of Bangladesh posthumously awarded him the Ekushey Padak in February 2000.

Sabid Abdus Salam, November Matuva of present Feni Upazila.

Brother, according to 3 Baen, Salam Talin Pa

= Salam: Bahasa Shahid Abdus Salam 26th of 1925 AD. He was born in his ancestral home in Laxmanpur village of Daganbhuiyan Matra union, 25 km west of Man Feni district headquarters. Abdus Salam was the eldest of 4 Ban. In 1952, Abdus was working as a 'Peon' in the Secretariat of the then Government of Pakistan - living in Quarter No. 36B, Nilkhet Barracks, Dhaka. He also took part in the movement of the people of Saichar Bastar demanding the establishment of Bangla as the state language on February 21, AD. On that day, the government issued section 144 to prevent the procession of students and people in front of the gate of Dhaka Medical College. Abdus Salam was shot dead when police opened fire on the procession. He was seriously injured. He was admitted to Dhaka Medical College. He fought to the death for about a month and a half and died on April 6. Abdus Salam was posthumously awarded the Ekushey Padak in 2000 in recognition of his contribution to the language movement. Is. In the same year, Feni Stadium was renamed as 'Bhasha Shahid Salam Stadium'. In the year 2006. Daganbhuiyan Upazila Auditorium was renamed as Salam Auditorium. His own village Laxmanpur was renamed 'Salamnagar'. The language martyr Abdus Salam established the Bengali language with fresh blood. His outstanding in defending the language. Contributions and sacrifices later inspired the Bengali nation with national consciousness and patriotism. | The emergence of Bengali nationalist consciousness

Rise of Bengali Nationalism | The language movement unites all in the development of Bengali nationalism. That was the month before Pakistan Quickly it cuts. The relationship and importance of language and culture in creating one's own nationality is important to the people of East Bengal.

Became clear. Which is as follows 1. The language movement centered on the awakening of political consciousness among the Bengalis and of Bangladesh.

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Plays an effective role in political evolution

The students were protesting against section 144

The language movement of '52 created a political consciousness among the people of East Bengal. This consciousness

By weakening the foundation of Pakistani nationalism, Bengali gave birth to nationalism, which belongs to Bengalis

Awaken the desire for political, cultural and economic liberation. 3. Through this movement the people of Bangladesh became rights conscious. East Bengal is the state language of Bengal

All the people including students, teachers, farmers, workers spontaneously participated in the movement. This demand gradually became Bengali

Oil makes the nation rights conscious. 4. Through the Bengali movement and bloody struggle, the constitution of 1956 and 1962 made Bengali the language of Pakistan.

Gained status as one of the state languages. Later Bengali was formed for the development of this language and culture

Institutions like the Academy, Bangla Development Baird, etc., which further strengthened the foundation of Bengali nationalism. 5 The conspiracy of the ruling party of Pakistan centered on the language and culture of the Bengalis, the language movement.

It is possible to break through those nets. Which later played a special role in counteracting other conspiracies. As a result of the language movement, the people of Bengal, inspired by the Bengali nationalist spirit, hastened the defeat of the Muslim League in the 1954 elections.

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When the right of the state language Bengal was established

a free environment was created in the field of literature and culture. Poet. Literary and cultural activists came forward in the field of literature with new inspiration. 'Ekushey February' (1953) edited by Hasan Hafizur Rahman was published. In the words of Abdul Gaffar Chowdhury and Altaf Mahmood. The song of Bengali life is composed in tune 'Ekushey February in Rangana in the blood of my brother'. Thus language

In the movement, the cultural arena of this country was inspired by the Bengali nationalist spirit. . This language-centered nationalism has been rooted in the six-point, mass uprising and all

| With the successful end of the movement, the Bengalis achieved great independence. Therefore, the language movement played a far-reaching role in the emergence of Bengali nationalist consciousness in all subsequent movements.

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