Raihan Jamil Bhuiyan greets the great Independence Day on March 26

Raihan Jamil Bhuiyan greets the great Independence Day on March 26
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Expatriate Desk:
Rising from the rubble that started at midnight on March 25, the Bengalis took the oath of liberation and the independence of the country from this day.  At the call of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the seeds of a new state of Bangladesh were planted in the minds of every Bengali.  The war of liberation began.  The flag of independent Bengal was hoisted on the first day of the war of independence declared by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in the whole of Bangladesh except Dhaka, the besieged capital of independent Bengal.

 Great Independence Day.  A day to be committed to the mantra of liberation to the people of Bangladesh.  Today is a day of pain and joy at the same time.  Today is the day to take the oath of war by turning pain into promise.  Raihan Jamil Bhuiyan, President of Bangladesh Awami Juba League Malaysia Penang Branch, gave a message on the occasion of the great Independence Day.

 In a message on the occasion of the great Independence Day on March 26, Raihan Jamil Bhuiyan greeted and congratulated the expatriate Bangladeshis, including the countrymen, and said that great freedom was achieved at the cost of many sacrifices.  Bangabandhu always dreamed of building a happy and prosperous country along with political independence.  That is why he took the initiative to restructure the economy of the war-torn country soon after independence.  The present government is making relentless efforts to realize his dream.  After going through many ups and downs, Bangladesh is moving forward at an irresistible pace.  He said besides development in all spheres of national life, the work of setting up nuclear power plants including Padma Bridge and Metro Rail is in progress.  With the launch of Bangabandhu Satellite-1, Bangladesh has made its presence felt in space today.  The nation is dreaming of a developed Bangladesh in 2041.  Bangladesh today is considered as a role model of development in the world as a result of its outstanding achievements in the field of socio-economic development.