Bangabandhu’s March 7 speech is an expression of the Bengali nation’s desire for freedom for hundreds of years.

High Commissioner of Bangladesh in Australia, M Allama Siddiqui, said that through the speech of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on March 7, the desire of the Bengali nation for hundreds of years of independence was expressed. He said these things at the discussion meeting organized by the Bangladesh High Commission today on the occasion of the historic 7th March celebration.

At that time, the High Commissioner said, Bangabandhu embodied the Bengali aspirations through his extraordinary voice and speaking power. At that time, this speech kept millions of people in the country energized for months. This speech of Bangabandhu resonates in the voices, hearts and mind of Bengalis. The March 7 speech was a source of inspiration for the entire nation and led the way during the Liberation War. Allama Siddiqui said, that by learning from Bangabandhu’s great activities, we should use it for the development of our country along with the development of human qualities.

Besides, the Minister of the Bangladesh High Commission in Canberra participated in the discussion. Dewan Shahriar Feroz. Bangladesh High Commissioner M Allama Siddiqui started the program of the day by hoisting the national flag at the premises of the Bangladesh High Commission in Canberra in the morning. At this time, the President and Prime Minister’s speech was read out on the historic occasion of March 7. Besides, the video footage of Bangabandhu’s March 7 speech was shown at the Bangladesh High Commission. High Commission officials and employees including expatriate Bangladeshis were present in these events.


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