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Bangladesh Homecoming Day : Bangladesh Marks 50th Anniversary Of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Return To The Home PM Sheikh Hasina Pays Tribute

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Highlights

  • 50th anniversary of Bangabandhu’s ‘Ghar Wapsi Diwas’ being celebrated in Bangladesh
  • ‘Bangabandhu’ returned home in 1972 after spending months in Pakistan’s jail
  • Sheikh Hasina paid tribute and garlanded at Bangabandhu Memorial Museum

Dhaka
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday paid tribute to the 50th anniversary of Homecoming Day, which marks the return of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to the country in 1972 after spending months in a Pakistani prison. She paid tribute by garlanding her father’s portrait at the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum in Dhaka, after which she stood silent for a while. The Prime Minister was accompanied by his younger sister Sheikh Rehana.

After returning to Bangladesh, Rahman’s first statement to the media was, ‘Gentlemen, as you can see, I am alive and well.’ He was kidnapped by the Pakistani army in the early hours of March 26, 1971, at the start of Operation Searchlight, in an attempt to defeat Bangladesh’s struggle for independence. However, Rahman’s foresight ensured delegating responsibilities to his trusted representatives and the confidence of the people that he would not only wage a fierce war for independence, but also ensure victory.
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Had to go to Dhaka and reached London
After Bangabandhu was released on January 8, 1972, he wanted to return to Dhaka immediately, but as Pakistani aircraft were banned in Indian airspace, the new President of Pakistan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, ordered that Rehman be sent to Tehran or any other country. Fly to other ‘neutral’ location and not from India. He then decided to move to London, where he addressed the world media in a sensational meet-and-greet at the Claridge Hotel.

Thanks to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi
After a brief stop in Delhi to thank the then Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi for helping Bangladesh during the freedom struggle, he finally returned home, where millions lined the streets of Dhaka to welcome him. Upon his return, Bangabandhu gave a speech at the Race Course (now Suhrawardy Udyan) on 10 January which outlined the principles on which Bangladesh would function as a sovereign state.
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‘My Bengal will be free’
He said, ‘My Bangladesh is free today, my life’s wish has come true today, my people of Bengal have become free today. My Bengal will remain free. ‘In my state, in this Bangladesh, there will be a socialist system. There will be democracy in this Bangladesh. Bangladesh will be a secular state. He had said, ‘We all together will build a new and prosperous Bengal. The people of Bengal will be happy again, live a happy life and breathe freely in the open atmosphere.’ The historic day will be celebrated across the country with the covid-19 protocol. The ruling Awami League has arranged various programmes.

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