The Independence Day of Bangladesh is commended each year on March 26. It is the public occasion of Bangladesh that honors the country’s freedom from Pakistan in 1971. On the morning of March 26, 1971, Sheik Mujibur Rahman announced Bangladesh’s freedom from Pakistan, which were referred to at the time as East Pakistan and West Pakistan, individually. The day is portrayed by marches, addresses, fairs, and formal occasions to celebrate that notable day in 1971.
HISTORY OF INDEPENDENCE DAY OF BANGLADESH
During the Partition of India on August 14, 1947, Pakistan acquired freedom from Britain and became isolated from India. After this, the region currently referred to as Bangladesh was alluded to as East Bengal yet later called East Pakistan.
In any case, in 1970, the nation was driven by President Yahya Khan, from the minority West Pakistan locale. After the overall decisions, Sheik Mujibur Rahman, who was from East Pakistan (Bangladesh), won the races. The public authority wouldn’t give up capacity to Rahman.
This prompted an interest for autonomy by individuals of East Pakistan. The East Pakistan government started capturing armed force faculty who were from East Pakistan, prompting constrained vanishings. The evening of March 25, 1971, the Pakistan Army pronounced “Activity Searchlight,” a tactical activity that was basically Bengali massacre, prompting around 3,000,000 Bengalis being killed aimlessly.
At long last, on the morning of March 26, Sheik Mujibur Rahman proclaimed the autonomy of East Pakistan from West Pakistan. Tragically, the story didn’t end there. For a considerable length of time following that day, a freedom war seethed between the two locales, prompting many individuals passing on. The conflict, which became known as the “Bangladesh War of Independence,” at long last reached a conclusion on December 16, 1971. Pakistan at long last given up.
In Bangladesh, autonomy festivities are portrayed by marches, talks, fairs, and stylized occasions intended to remember the nation’s freedom. On the morning of the day, a 31 firearm salute is fired.