HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY | BANGLA HISTORY | HD
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** 1952 - Today's Bangladesh, Then East Pakistan, while East and West Pakistan was the only state, but the character of the state was different for language and non-cultural reasons, but the Pakistani governor was forced to impose the Bengali language on the Bangalees as a state language.
The language of Bangalee's mother did not agree on this type of Pakistani invasion of Bengal, the damal boys of Bengal, the religion demanded to protect the mother's language, irrespective of the protest, and everyone was protested and after the street, procession went on the streets of Dhaka.
On February 21, 1952, the Pakistani rulers did not accept the movement, they put on the crowd the crowd of people for the language, their patia police vehicle was killed by police firing on the streets, Salam, Rafiq, Barkat, Jabbar & More.
Their crime was that they loved their mother tongue Bangla, like the world and everyone else, they wanted to talk to the mother tongue, but the ruling class did not ask, in their kingdom, Bengali language should be used, Bangalis should speak Bengali, even though they knew, writing Bengali poetry in 1913, Bengali The poet has established the Nobel Prize in Literature, the Bengali language around the world, the dignity actually established.
In 1952, for those who fought for their own lives, they were martyred in Raj, they are immortal souls in the history of Bangladesh's movement, due to their self-sacrifice, the Pakistani identity, fear, and discontinue the plan to make the language of Bengal the language of Bengal, The language of the mother was established as the official language
In the history of the world, the Bangalis are the only nation, who gave life to the struggle for establishing the language of the mother's mouth, to immortalize the martyrdom of the martyrs, Ratya Rati was made, Shaheed Minar, but in the darkness of the night, the police killed the Bengali community. Nerajo rights to speak out Bangaai
In honor of this great self sacrifice, on 17 November, UNESCO announced on 21st February International Mother Language Day
At present, citizens of 186 countries, on 21st February, pledged their commitment to protect their mother tongue, and that is why the 21st February International Mother Language Day has all the rights of the Bengali people.
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1. Song: Amar Bhaier Rokte Rangano Ekushe February
Artists: Collected Music
Musician: Shaheed Altaf Mahmud
Lyricist: Abdul Gaffar Chowdhury
2. Song: Amar Bhaier Rokte Rangano Ekushe February
Artists: Collected Music
Level : Prothom-Alo Version
3. Music : Epic Cinematic Music / Royalty Free
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Chanel : https://www.youtube.com/c/NCMEpicMusic
4. Song: Dam Diye Kinechi Bangla
Lyricist: Abdul Latif
Musician Abdul Latif
*Video : Iqra Bangla
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