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17 April, 2019 00:00 00 AM / LAST MODIFIED: 17 April, 2019 01:28:12 AM
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Historic Mujibnagar Day today

BSS, Dhaka

The nation is set to observe the historic Mujibnagar Day today marking the oath-taking ceremony of country’s first government on April 17, 1971. President M Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina issued separate messages, recalling the day. In his message President Abdul Hamid said under the leadership of the exile Mujibnagar government, the country had achieved the great independence through a nine-month armed struggle on December 16, 1971.

For the formation of the government of the exile Mujibnagar government, he said, the world community had extended their support and cooperation to the Bangali nation who struggled for independence of the country. The President expected that the present generation would be able to know the real history of the Liberation War through observing the historic day.

The first government of the independent Bangladesh had taken oath at Boidhyanathtala in Meherpur along with endorsing the proclamation of the independence, said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in her message, adding that the historic place was recognised as Mujibnagar from that day.

As part of the programme, the national and party flags will be hoisted at Bangabandhu Bhaban in the capital and party offices across the country around 6 am today.

Meanwhile, the government has announced a public holiday in Mujibnagar of Meherpur district for the first time today on the occasion of the historic Mujibnagar Day.

State Minister for Public Administration Farhad Hossain declared the public holiday at a press conference held at the Deputy Commissioner’s Office yesterday.

About the preparation to observe the Mujibnagar Day, he said all-out preparation have been taken to observe the day.

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