The Unfinished Memoirs pdf download

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The Unfinished Memoirs pdf download

My father, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, had to spend the ost precious parts of his life in prison. As he got involved in various movements to wrest the rights of his people from those who had snatched them away from them, he had to endure solitary confinement again and again. But he would never compromise on his principles. He was not intimidated even by the hangman’s noose. Throughout his life, the cause of his people was dearest to his heart. Their sufferings would sadden him. The only vow he ever took was to bring smiles on the faces of Bengal’s impoverished people and-buiid-a golden Bengal. He believed that by enjoying their basic rights to food;¢lothing, accommodation, education and health they would be able to lead an honourable life. The one thought that was constant in his mind was freeing them from the shackles of poverty. That is why he gave up all comforts and happiness and fought ceaselessly and selflessly to attain the rights of his people through a continuous campaign till he was able to bring freedom to the Bengali nation. He was able to establish the Bengalis as a heroic race in the eyes of the world and create an independent and sovereign country. He was able to make the dream of freedom that Bengalis had been dreaming for a thousand years come true. Just when he had succeeded in achieving their economic emancipation he was snatched away from his people by the bullets of assassins. He was made to lie down forever in the green grass of Bengal that had been splattered with his blood. The assassins had thereby | managed to mark the forehead of the Bengali nation. indelibly with the stamp of infamy. Twenty-nine years after he had passed away, the autobiography that this

The Unfinished Memoirs pdf download

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