Author / source: Independent ONLINE/BSS
DHAKA: Prime Minister: Sheikh Hasina placed a wreath on the portrait of the father who at Dhanmondi Memorial Museum in the city this morning the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Bangabandhu marking historic six point demand day.
After laying the wreath, as of the Prime Minister in solemn silence for sometime as a sign of respect to the memory of Bangabandhu, the architect of independence.
Flanked by central leaders, Sheikh Hasina placed by Awami League an another wreath Bangabandhu portrait as the Party Chief.
Vice-Chairman of the House Syeda Sajeda Chowdhury, AL Advisory Council Member Tofail Ahmed, Bureau members Begum Matia Chowdhury, Dr Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir, Abdul Latif Siddiqui, advocate Sahara Khatun and Yusuf Hossain Humayun, advocate advocate Shipping Minister Shajahan Khan, Minister of State for Home Dr. Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury were Shamsul Haque tuku and Minister of State for women and children affairs at present.
Also were Mahbub ul Alam AL-Joint Secretary General Hanif, organize Secretaries Ahmad Hossain, AFM Bahauddin Nasim and Abu Sayeed Secretary advocate Afzal Hussain, as well as members of Parliament and other Central leaders of the party and their associated organizations, Al Mahmud Swapan, information and research present.
Later map organs including the Bangladesh Awami League
Dhaka City AL, Chhatra League, Jubo League, Sramik League, Krishak League, Mohila Awami Laegue and Sechchhasebak League placed wreaths on the portrait of Bangabandhu mark the historic occasion.
On this day in 1966, Bangabandhu started a massive movement against the mismanagement of the Pakistanis on the basis of the six - point demand, the Magna Carta of Bengal, demanding autonomy for the former East Pakistan.
Eleven people, including also Manu Mian, Shafique, and Shamsul Haque, were by the police and the paramilitary EPR on the day in Dhaka and Narayanganj during a Hartal, calls for the release of Bangabandhu and other leaders who imprisoned shot for the start of the six-point movement.
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