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Father of the Nation Bangabandhu – Class 9 English 2nd Week Assignment Answer

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Father of the Nation Bangabandhu - Class 9 English 2nd Week Assignment Answer

Class 9 English 2nd Week Assignment Answer 2021 (নবম শ্রেণীর ইংরেজী দ্বিতীয় সপ্তাহের এসাইনমেন্ট এর উত্তর ২০২১) is available here. Do you need answers to class Nine English 2nd week questions? We have answered all the questions of Class Nine – 9 English Assignment for the 2nd week. This English Answer/solution of the Second week will be very useful for the students of class Nine. So, read the full post to get an English Answer/solution for the 2nd week of class 9. Father of the Nation. Bangabandhu’s Family in 1971. The tale of Homecoming. Bangabandhu’s Relationship with other Countries. 

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Unit One: Father of the Nation

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Lesson 1: Bangabandhu’s Family in 1971
Lesson 2: The tale  of Homecoming
Lesson 3: Bangabandhu at the UN
Lesson 4: Bangabandhu’s Relationship with other Countries

Assignment Task: Prepare a fact file (a short report of all the most important information on a person or subject) on the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

You can use narratives, pictures, images, information, newspaper clips, etc. to support your assignment. Write 180-200 words.

See the Best Sample Answer: A Best Fact File or A short report on Bangabandhu the Father of the Nation.

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Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Instruction: Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, shortened as Sheikh Mujib or Mujib, was a Bangladeshi politician and statesman. He is called the “Father of the Nation” in Bangladesh. He served as the first President of Bangladesh and later as the Prime Minister of Bangladesh from 17 April 1971, until his assassination on 15 August 1975.

Bangabandhu’s Family in 1971: For a political leader who spent almost his entire youth in incarceration, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman did not let his family slip into the background.

A story which Sheikh Hasina is fond of relating has to do with the time when Bangabandhu, in one of his brief spells out of prison, happened to have Hasina before him.

Nearby was little Kamal, who watched with a child’s sadness the scene of his sister playing with the man she called Abba — father. At one point, Kamal asked Hasina: “Can I play for a little while with your Abba?” It was a hint that the little boy was unaware that Mujib was Hasina’s father as much as he was his. An emotional Bangabandhu, touched deeply by his son’s words, quickly gathered him to his bosom.

Bangabandhu with his family

Bangabandhu with his family

Bangabandhu expected his family to be dedicated to the cause of the nation in line with the struggle he was waging against the Pakistani regime. And indeed the family upheld his trust. He sent his second son Jamal off to Sandhurst. At home, it was younger daughter Rehana who was the apple of his eye. But then, every one of his children was the apple of his eye.

Little Russell, who perhaps suffered most from the absence of his father in the family — his young life was essentially a time when Mujib was embroiled in the Agartala Case and then spent, following the decisive period of March 1971, in solitary confinement in Pakistan — was constantly by his father’s side once the latter returned home from Pakistan in January 1972.

Visitors to Road 32 Dhanmondi noticed the happiness in which Russell moved around on his tricycle at home and on the grassy knoll before Dhanmondi Lake facing Bangabandhu’s residence. [ Postscript – DHAKA TRIBUNE ]

Bangabandhu’s Homecoming: When victory attained fullness. After spending nine and a half months in a Pakistani jail, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman returned to a newly liberated and sovereign Bangladesh 49 years ago on January 10, 1972.

Bangabandhu was abducted by the Pakistani army in the early hours of March 26, 1971 at the onset of Operation Searchlight, in an attempt to defeat Bangladesh’s struggle for independence. But Sheikh Mujib’s foresight in delegating responsibilities to his trusted deputies and faith in the people ensured they would not only wage one of the fiercest wars for independence but also ensure victory.

Over half a million people lined up on the road from the airport to Shahbagh to welcome the leader home Mujib100.gov.bd

Over half a million people lined up on the road from the airport to Shahbagh to welcome the leader home Mujib100.gov.bd

“Gentlemen, as you can see, I am alive and well,” said Bangabandhu in his first words to the media.

Upon his return, Bangabandhu delivered his speech on January 10 at the Race Course [now Suhrawardy Udyan] outlining the principles upon which Bangladesh would function as a sovereign state.

The historic day this year comes with extra significance as it coincides with the Father of the Nation’s birth centenary celebrations, just three months ahead of the golden jubilee of the country’s independence. [Source: DHAKA TRIBUNE ]

Bangabandhu at the UN: The great leader of the Bengali nation, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, has made an international appeal for Bengali-based nationalism in the world court by delivering the first Bengali speech at the United Nations. On September 25, 1974, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman delivered a landmark address at the 29th General Assembly of the United Nations.

In his address, Bangabandhu said, “The great ideal enshrined in the UN Charter, millions of our people have accepted the highest sacrifice for that ideal.” Bengali nationality is basically a language-based nationalism.

On 25 September 1974, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman made a historic speech in the 29th session of the United Nations General Assembly

On 25 September 1974, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman made a historic speech in the 29th session of the United Nations General Assembly

Bangabandhu shook the world by speaking Bengali long before the tribal leader, who focused on the search for language, addressed Bangali at the United Nations in late September 1974 as Bangladesh’s independent prime minister.

In fact, the relationship between the language-based organization, especially the Bengali language preservation organization, and the rise of the Bengali nation and the country of Bangladesh is very clear.

No other kingdom in the world has been established on the basis of language. The Bengali language, the nation, Bangladesh and Bangabandhu are all united in harmony. The nation of Bengali has a rich history.

[Souce: Bangabandhu’s Bengali speech at the UN; A memorable event in the world history by Dr. Forqan Uddin Ahmed/Former DDG of Bangladesh Ansar & VDP, Writer, columnist and researcher. This article published on www.ourtimebd.com.]

Bangabandhu’s Relationship with other Countries: Bangabandhu, the architect of Bangladesh’s foreign policy. His vision of Independent Bangladesh’s place and role in the region and the world.

Bangabandhu was very much, like all individuals, a product of his time and space, and his politics and worldviews were shaped by his own associations with his own family, community, mentors and the larger society that he was born into. This is very honestly reflected in his “Unfinished Memoirs” and other writings published posthumously.

Suhrawardy, also representing Bengal at the 1940 All-India Muslim League Conference at Lahore Conference, had passionately argued for a united Bengal and that “each of the provinces in the Muslim majority areas should be accepted as a sovereign state and each province should be given the right to choose its own constitution or enter into a commonwealth with the neighbouring province or provinces”.

It is another matter that between 1940 and 1947, many factors in the evolving dynamics changed rapidly; and that Jinnah was singularly unsympathetic to the idea of Calcutta being included as a part of East Bengal or to the request of the Muslim (Rohingya) leadership of then Arakan province of Burma (now Rakhine state of Myanmar), then also part of Imperial Britain’s colonised India and an integral part of their Bengal Presidency, and rebuffed brusquely to these being included as a part of the new state of East Bengal-East Pakistan at Partition.

Bangabandhu and the Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin after signing the joint declaration at Kremlin on March 3, 1972.

Bangabandhu and the Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin after signing the joint declaration at Kremlin on March 3, 1972. – The Daily Star

Bangabandhu was very much, like all individuals, a product of his time and space, and his politics and worldviews were shaped by his own associations with his own family, community, mentors and the larger society that he was born into. This is very honestly reflected in his “Unfinished Memoirs” and other writings published posthumously.

While he became very deeply involved in the larger movement for Indian independence from colonial rule, he also espoused the cause of democratic federalism like his political mentor, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy. Suhrawardy, also representing Bengal at the 1940 All-India Muslim League Conference at Lahore Conference, had passionately argued for a united Bengal and that “each of the provinces in the Muslim majority areas should be accepted as a sovereign state and each province should be given the right to choose its own constitution or enter into a commonwealth with the neighbouring province or provinces”.

It is another matter that between 1940 and 1947, many factors in the evolving dynamics changed rapidly; and that Jinnah was singularly unsympathetic to the idea of Calcutta being included as a part of East Bengal or to the request of the Muslim (Rohingya) leadership of then Arakan province of Burma (now Rakhine state of Myanmar), then also part of Imperial Britain’s colonised India and an integral part of their Bengal Presidency, and rebuffed brusquely to these being included as a part of the new state of East Bengal-East Pakistan at Partition.

 

US President Ford hosts Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in the Oval Office in 1974.

US President Ford hosts Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in the Oval Office in 1974. – The Daily Star.

His worldview emanated from his own and his people’s collective experiences, in fighting for justice against the denial of equality, fundamental political, economic and cultural rights and particularly the right to self-determination, and of equity in development. One sees this as a repetitive theme in his national and international pronouncements. [ Souce: The Daily Star ]

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