শনিবার, ২৩ অক্টোবর ২০২১, ০৮:৪২ অপরাহ্ন
Indian Prime minister Speech in Golden Jubilee celebrations of Bangladesh. Attending the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Bangladesh, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “I and many of my colleagues satyagraha for the freedom of the people of Bangladesh.” I was arrested and imprisoned for supporting Bangladesh’s independence.
The Prime Minister of India joined as the guest of honor at the conclusion of the Mujib Eternal Program at the National Parade Square on Friday afternoon.
Dear friends of Sonar Bangla, this affection of all of you is one of the most precious moments of my life. I am happy that you have included me in this important phase of Bangladesh’s development journey. ‘
‘Today is also the National Day of Bangladesh and the 50th anniversary of independence. Today marks the fiftieth anniversary of India-Bangladesh friendship. The birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is further strengthening the relations between the two countries. I thank his Excellency President Abdul Hamid, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and the citizens of Bangladesh. We cordially invite you to take part in this glorious moment and this festival, ”he said.
The Prime Minister of India said, “On this occasion, more than 1.3 billion Indian brothers and sisters have extended their love and best wishes for Bangladesh. On behalf of all Indians, I extend my sincere congratulations to all of you and to all the citizens of Bangladesh. I pay tribute to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, who sacrificed his life for the dream of a golden Bengal. It is a matter of pride for our Indians that we have the opportunity to honor Sheikh Mujibur with the Gandhi Peace Prize. ‘
Modi said, “I remember today the citizens of Bangladesh who have endured countless atrocities, given blood and risked their lives for the sake of Sonar Bangla.” Today I am remembering the heroic soldiers of the liberation war. Today I am remembering Shaheed Dhirendranath Dutta, educationist Rafiquddin Ahmed, Bhasha shahid Salam, Rafiq, Barkat, Jabbar and Shafiur. ‘
The Prime Minister of India said, ‘I would like to remind my brothers and sisters of the younger generation here with great pride. Participating in the freedom struggle of Bangladesh was one of the first movements of my life. I was 20-22 years old when I and many of my colleagues did participate in satyagraha for the freedom of the people of Bangladesh. I was arrested and imprisoned for supporting Bangladesh’s independence. ‘
Modi said, “Govinda Haldar has said,” Ek sagar rokter binimoye banglar sadhinota anle jara, amra tumader vulbo na”. ” In other words, we will not forget those who liberated Bangladesh with their blood. ‘An authoritarian government was massacring its own citizens. Their language, their voices and their identities were being crushed. The brutality, persecution and oppression of Operation Searchlight did not go unnoticed by the world. In the midst of all this, a ray of hope was seen here and for our Indians – he is Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Bangabandhu’s courage and his leadership ensured that no force could hold Bangladesh back, “he said.
The Prime Minister of India said, ‘Better communication between the youth of the two countries is equally necessary to strengthen India-Bangladesh relations. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of India-Bangladesh relations, I would like to invite 50 young entrepreneurs from Bangladesh to come to India. They come to India, join our start-ups and ecosystem innovations, meet capitalist entrepreneurs. We will also learn from them, they will also get the opportunity to learn. Besides, I am announcing a golden jubilee scholarship for Bangladeshi youth. ‘
Modi quoted, “Sheikh Mujibur Rahman said,” Bangladesh will survive in history as an independent state. There is no power that can hold Bengal down. ” Bangladesh must be independent. No one has the power to subdue Bangladesh. Bangabandhu’s announcement was a warning to those who opposed the existence of Bangladesh and also believed in the capabilities of Bangladesh.
The Prime Minister of India said, ‘This applies equally to both India and Bangladesh. For the millions of people in the two countries, for their future, for our fight against poverty, for our fight against terrorism, our goals are one, so our efforts should be one. Therefore, we need to take our efforts further, give new dimensions, take new heights. I believe that India and Bangladesh will move forward together at a faster pace. ‘ (shortened).