7th March Speech of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahaman undoubtedly bear a great significance to the history of forming Bangladesh. Here’s a few paragraphs pertaining to the speech. Follow the shortlist of topics to remember the paragraph for the examinations:
- Who delivered the speech and where?
- Significance of the speech
- Situation before and after the speech
- Important line from the speech
- Few guidance Bangabandhu provided
- International recognition of the speech
Historic 7th March speech was delivered by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahaman at then Ramna Race Course in Dhaka. It was an indirect instructions of war and a source of ultimate inspiration to the people of then East Pakistan. In front of 2 million people, Bangabandhu with the zenith of bravery, declared, “This struggle is for our emancipation, This struggle is for our independence”. He motivated all the people to fight with whatever they have, to build fort in every corner of the motherland and to empty the country from enemies. He also directed to continue the strike and to keep the bank open for a short period of time, so that only people of East Pakistan can take advantage of it. With all the guidance, freedom fighters got a new ray of hope to fight against militaries. All classes of people with concord fought to free our motherland. Thus, the speech of 7th March became a significant part of our liberation way. Considering the fact, UNESCO recognized the speech as world’s heritage of documentaries on 30 October, 2017.