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Contents.Quote (1971). We gave blood in 1952, we won a mandate in 1954. But we were not allowed to take up the reins of this country.

In 1958, Ayub Khan clamped Martial Law on our people and enslaved us for the next 10 years. In 1966, our people fought for the Six points but the lives of our our young men and women were stilled by government bullets. I had said, Mr. Yahya Khan, you are the President of this country. Come to Dhaka, come and see how our poor Bengali people have been mown down by your bullets, how the laps of our mothers and sisters have been robbed and left empty and bereft, how my helpless people have been slaughtered. Come, I said, come and see for yourself and then be the judge and decide. That is what I told him.

Nor did they succeed in hanging me on the gallows, for you rescued me with your blood from the infamous conspiracy case. That day, right here on this racecourse, I had pledged to you that I would pay this debt with my own blood. Do you remember? I am ready today to fulfill that promise!.

There shall be no transaction between East and West Pakistan. All communications, telegraph and telephone, will be confined within Bangladesh.

The people of this land are facing elimination.If need be, we will bring everything to a total standstill. Collect your salaries on time. If the salaries are held up, if a single bullet is fired upon us henceforth, if the murder of my people does not cease, I call upon you to turn every home into a fortress against their onslaught. Use whatever you can put your hands on to confront this enemy. Every last road must be blocked. As we have already learned how to sacrifice our own lives, now no one can stop us!. As we have already shed blood, we are ready to shed more blood!.

This time the struggle is for our freedom, this time the struggle is for our independence! Joy bangla!Other. I have given you independence, now go and preserve it. Sir, you will see that they want to place the word ‘East Pakistan’ instead of ‘East Bengal’.

We have demanded so many times that you should use Bengal instead of Pakistan. The world Bengal has a history, has a tradition of its own. You can change it only after the people have been consulted. If you want to change it, then we have to go back to Bengal and see whether Bengalis will accept it. Speaking to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan in Karachi in 1955 during a debate on whether to adopt the One Unit scheme in Pakistan and divide the country into two provinces- East and West Pakistan. You know, they can't keep me here for more than six months. While speaking with a western journalist during proceedings of the.

Mujib was released within in seven months of his arrest as a result of mass agitation and wide scale civil disobedience in East Pakistan. Anyone who wishes to stay in Bangladesh will have to talk to Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Shouting out aloud during proceedings of the Agartala conspiracy trial. It was in response to a journalist, to whom he was whispering, who told him that it was inappropriate to talk under the watch of undercover officers. The people of East Pakistan will owe it to the million who have died in the cyclone to make the supreme sacrifice of another million lives, if need be, so that we can live as a free people. Addressing a rally before the 1970 general elections in Pakistan.

I have given you independence, now go and preserve it. While speaking to Awami League leaders a few hours before his arrest on the night of 25th March, 1971. Mujib:Triumph and Tragedy by S A Karim. This may be my last message. From today Bangladesh is independent. I call upon the people of Bangladesh wherever you are and with whatever you have, to resist the occupation army. Our fight will go on till the last soldier of the Pakistan Occupation Army is expelled from the soil of independent Bangladesh.

Final victory is ours. Joy Bangla!.

The Declaration of Independence on the night of 26th March, 1971. The declaration was made minutes before his arrest by the Pakistan Army. My greatest strength is the love for my people, my greatest weakness is that I love them too much. Interview with Sir David Frost on the BBC, 1972. If we had remained in Pakistan, it would be a strong country.

Again, if India had not been divided in 1947, it would be an even stronger country. But, then, Mr. President, in life do we always get what we desire?.

Speaking about the break up of Pakistan with Nigerian leader Yakubu Gowon. I am happy with my Bangladesh. Replying to a question on whether he contemplated the Indian state of West Bengal joining his country and creating a 'Greater Bangladesh'. He was speaking to reporters at a press conference in London in January, 1972 after his release from prision in Pakistan. Yes, but there is a difference.

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You see, I am a very poor sheikh. While being cheered with UAE ruler as both men had the name Sheikh.Quotes about Mujib. Poet of Politics. magazine, April 1971. I have not seen the Himalayas.

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But I have seen Sheikh Mujib. In personality and in courage, this man is the Himalayas.

I have thus had the experience of witnessing the Himalayas. Cuban leader speaking about Mujib during the Non-Aligned Summit held in Algiers in 1973. The appearence of Sheikh Mujib was the biggest event in the national history of Bangladesh.

His burial did not take place through his death. More pragmatic, efficient, capable and dyanmic political personalities than Sheikh Mujibur Rahman might have emerged or may emerge, but it will be very difficult to find someone who has contributed more to the independence movement of Bangladesh and the shaping of its national identity., Former Prime Minister of Bangladesh and Bangladesh Nationalist Party leader, in his book 'Bangladesh, era of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman'. A man of vitality and vehemence, Mujib became the political Gandhi of the Bengalis, symbolizing their hopes and voicing their grievances. Not even Pakistan's founder, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, drew the million-strong throngs that Mujib has attracted in Dacca.

Nor, for that matter, has any subcontinent politician since Gandhi's day spent so much time behind bars for his political beliefs. magazine, August 1971. As long as Padma, Meghna, Gouri, Jamuna flows on, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, your accomplishment will also live on.

Annada Shankar Ray. In the thousand year history of Bengal, Sheikh Mujib is her only leader who has, in terms of blood, race, language, culture and birth, been a full blooded Bengali.

His physical stature was immense. His voice was redolent of thunder. His charisma worked magic on people. The courage and charm that flowed from him made him a unique superman in these times. Journalist Cyril Dunn.

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman does not belong to Bangladesh alone. He is the harbinger of freedom for all Bengalis. His Bengali nationalism is the new emergence of Bengali civilization and culture. Mujib is the hero of the Bengalis, in the past and in the times that are. Egyptian journalist.

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In a sense, Sheikh Mujib is a greater leader than George Washington, Mahatma Gandhi and De Valera. Saluting an icon of democracy, a towering personality and a great friend of India, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. on his tweet after paying homage to the Bangladesh's founding father at Bangabandhu Bhaban in Dhanmondi, Dhaka.External links.

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Sheikh Mujibur RahmanFull name: Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur RahmanBirth Date: March 17, 1920Birth Place: Tungipara, Gopalganj, BangladeshOccupation: PoliticianAssassinated: August 15, 1975 (aged 55)Political party: Awami LeagueSpouse: Sheikh Fazilatunnesa MujibChildren:, Rehana, Kamal, Jamal, RaselReligion: IslamZodiac sign: PiscesSheikh Mujibur Rahman was a Bengali nationalist and the founding leader of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. He headed the Awami League, served as the first President of Bangladesh and later became Prime Minister. He is popularly referred to with the honorary titles of Bangabandhu and Father of Bengali Nation. His eldest daughter is the present head of the Awami League and the current Prime Minister of Bangladesh.

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Early Life:Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was born in Tungipara, a village in Gopalganj District, Bangladesh to the father, Sheikh Lutfur Rahman, and mother, Saira Begum. Mujib’s father was an officer in charge for record-keeping at the Gopalganj civil court. He was the third child in a family of four daughters and two sons.

In 1929, Mujib entered into class three at Gopalganj Public School, and two years later, class four at Madaripur Islamia High School. However, Mujib was withdrawn from school in 1934 to undergo eye surgery, and returned to school only after four years, owing to the severity of the surgery and slow recovery. He was enrolled at the University of Dhaka but his studentship was canceled due to a political cause. However, his studentship is given return again. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Career:A student political leader, Mujib rose in East Pakistani politics and within the ranks of the Awami League as a charismatic and powerful speaker. An advocate of socialism, Mujib became popular for his leadership against the racial and institutional discrimination of Bengalis.

He demanded increased regional autonomy and became a fierce enemy of the military rule of Ayub Khan. Mujibur positioned the party Awami League well during the Pakistani period to fight against any Pakistani political party.Under the leadership of great leader, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Awami League participated in the election of 1970 and got the 167 seat. But the party didn’t get power for the boredom of the ruling military junta. Then the mass civil disobedience erupted across the East Pakistan and the leader announced Bangladeshis struggle for independence through the landmark 7th March speech.

The Bengali nation joined in the Liberation War in 1971 for his historical speech that was given on March 07, 1971 at Suhrawardy Uddayan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Personal Life:In 1938, at the age of only eighteen, Mujib married Begum Lutfunnesa. She gave birth to their two daughters— and Sheikh Rehana—and three sons—Sheikh Kamal, Sheikh Jamal, and Sheikh Russel.

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