The historic Mass Upsurge Day, commemorating the 1969’s motion for autonomy from the then East Pakistan that finally led to the Liberation Struggle and the emergence of Bangladesh in 1971, will likely be noticed in the present day (Monday) in a befitting method.
On January 24, 1969 Matiur Rahman Mallik, an ordinary IX pupil of the Nabakumar Establishment, and Rustam Ali, a rickshaw-puller, had been killed in a police firing on demonstrators in Dhaka as Pakistani rulers desperately tried to suppress the favored rebellion. The killings unfold intense protests throughout the nation that finally noticed the autumn of the autocrat Ayub regime. It’s stated that the day teaches Bangladeshis the values of democracy and protest towards oppression.
On the eve of the day, President M Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the present day issued separate messages, expressing profound respect for individuals who had embraced martyrdom within the historic motion in 1969. “The January 24 of 1969 is a historic day within the progress of independence and democracy of Bangladesh,” President Abdul Hamid stated in his message.
Paying profound homage to the reminiscence of those that had been martyred within the independence freedom, he stated the day has been remembered within the historical past of the nation’s battle of independence and freedom motion because the day of mass rebellion. In her message, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina known as upon all, regardless of social gathering affiliations, to work collectively for constructing a contemporary, developed and affluent nation dreamt by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
To foil the mass motion of Bangalees, the Pakistani ruling clique had filed the Agartala conspiracy case in 1968 and arrested 35 leaders, together with Bangabandhu.