Leaders and activists descended on the victory procession of Awami League on Saturday on the occasion of the golden jubilee of victory. Leaders and activists of Awami League and its affiliated organizations from different areas of the capital took part. Many of them have taken part in red and green outfits. The stage was set up in two trucks in front of the Institute of Engineers at Suhrawardy Udyan. At a rally before the start of the victory procession, the Awami League central leaders said, “Under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina, I will either build the golden Bengal of Bangabandhu’s dream or I will die. This is the oath.” At that time they took a firm oath to deal with all evil forces, undemocratic conspiracies and conspiracies of communal forces.
Leaders and activists descended
On 16 December 1971, the Pakistani invaders were officially defeated at Suhrawardy Udyan. Fifty years after the victory, thousands of Awami League leaders and activists took the oath of office at the feet of Suhrawardy. After taking oath, they took the victory procession to the historic house number 32.
Speaking before the victory rally in front of Suhrawardy Udyan, Awami League Advisory Council member Amir Hossain Amu said, “We will move forward by tackling national and international conspiracies.” We will move forward under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina by confronting all the evil forces, undemocratic conspiracies, communal conspiracies politically – this is our oath. Awami League presidium member Matia Chowdhury said, “Everyone has to take oath from today’s victory rally. We will build the golden Bengal of Bangabandhu’s dream under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina.”
Speaking before the victory rally in front
Another member of the presidency. Abdur Razzak said that Bangabandhu could not build a dream-free, poverty-free dream golden Bengal. His daughter Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has come to power and is completing the unfinished business of Bangabandhu. To continue this trend of development under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina, we have to take an oath today to build a golden Bengal. He said that there is no evil power in the world that could cause another ’75.
Awami League joint general secretary Mahabubul Alam Hanif said, “I will continue to move forward by dismantling all conspiracies under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina. Let this be today’s oath.” Another joint general secretary of the Minister of Information and Broadcasting. Hasan Mahmud said that Bangabandhu could not implement the dream he had. Under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina, we are moving towards realizing the dream. He said, we have to take an oath to break the net of all conspiracies and build the golden Bengal of Bangabandhu’s dream. I will bring about the final defeat of all evil forces.
Awami League organizing secretary Mirza Azam said, “We will die under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina to build Bangabandhu’s dream army Bengal. We have to take this oath.”
Abu Saeed Al Mahmoud Swapan said, “I will reach the desired goal of the liberation struggle declared by Bangabandhu, the leadership of Sheikh Hasina – let this be today’s oath.”
Jahangir Kabir Nanak, Abdur Rahman, Dipu Moni, AFM Bahauddin Nasim, Ahmed Hossain, SM Kamal Hossain, Delwar Hossain and others also spoke at the pre-parade rally. At the end of the rally at 3:30 pm the procession started from the gate of Suhrawardy Udyan towards the historic house of Bangabandhu. Central leaders led it.
Earlier, leaders and activists of Awami League and allied organizations from different parts of Dhaka came to Suhrawardy Udyan in a procession wearing national flags on their bodies and heads. Leaders, activists and supporters from all walks of life joined in the procession wearing musical instruments, horse carriages and pickup vans. Bangabandhu’s speech and various songs of the liberation war were performed in the procession. Joy Bangla was the slogan of the procession.
Abu Saeed Al Mahmoud Swapan said
Suhrawardy Udyan starts from the premises of the Institution of Engineers adjacent to it. Then through Shahbagh, Elephant Road and Mirpur Road, the memorial of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman came to an end at the historic ‘Bangabandhu Bhaban’ premises at Dhanmondi No. 32.
According to the Chittagong bureau, on the occasion of the golden jubilee of independence, a victory procession of the great liberation war was taken out from the old railway station on Saturday at the initiative of the city Awami League. The procession ended at the central Shaheed Minar after going around the main roads of the city.
Earlier in the day, Mahtab Uddin Chowdhury, acting president of the metropolitan Awami League, said the victory in the war of liberation and the golden jubilee of independence in exchange for unprecedented sacrifices was a historic event. General Secretary and former city mayor AJM Nasir Uddin said, “We have nothing to lose, we have all the world to win.” While Bangladesh is acclaimed all over the world for its astonishing progress, a cycle of jealousy and weaving of various conspiracies. They will never succeed.
City Vice-President Naeem Uddin Chowdhury, Ed. Ibrahim Hossain Chowdhury Babul, হোসেন Altaf Hossain Chowdhury Bachchu, Advisor Shafar Ali, Sheikh Mohammad. Ishaq, Treasurer Abduch Salam, Organizing Secretary Shafiq Adnan, Chowdhury Hasan Mahmud Hasni, Editorial Board Member Shafiqul Islam Farooq, Ed. Sheikh Iftekhar Simul Chowdhury and others.
Earlier in the day, Mahtab Uddin Chowdhury
According to Jessore Bureau, Awami League is marching for victory in Jessore. The victory procession started from the party office of Jessore District, Sadar Upazila and Municipal Awami League at 3:30 pm. Leaders of different levels including the district Awami League and their affiliated organizations took part in the victory procession with colorful banners, festoons and placards. The procession went around the main roads of the city and ended at the Bangabandhu Mural premises at Bakultala.
Jessore District Awami League Vice President Muktijoddha Golam Mostafa, Legal Secretary Advocate Gazi Abdul Ka took part in the victory procession.