The history of independence of Bangladesh is a complex web of occurrences happening for a really long period of time. Although the British departing from the Sub-continent and the birth of Pakistan created a new ray of hope among the people of then East Bengal, they soon started to understand that the dream of independence was still a farfetched one. Even before the birth of Pakistan, the people of Bengal started to feel that the intentions of the Pakistani rulers were to suppress them. In the early stages, prior to the partition of British India, there were proposals of separate Muslim majority countries in the eastern and northwestern regions of British India in the Lahore Resolution. Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy proposed the creation of “sovereign Bangla”, but proposal was rejected by the colonial leaders. All these resulted in the creation of East and West Pakistan, two landmass situated 22,000 kilometers apart, but a single country only because of the religious similarity of the population. As a result, the people of the then East Bengal was deprived of their promised independence.
সরকার জেলা ভিত্তিক পর্যটন শিল্পের উন্নয়নে পরিকল্পনা করছে2019-04-01 00:00:00