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Symbolic return of Bangabandhu after 48 years

 Staff Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 11:20 PM, 10 January 2020   Updated: 11:01 AM, 11 January 2020

Photo: PID

Photo: PID

The Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman returned to his beloved Sonar Bangla after 48 years. He landed at Tejgaon Old Airport (National Parade Ground) in Dhaka from the UK to Delhi via that DC-10 plane. But this time, Bangabandhu has come into the Bengal through a symbolic atmosphere.

Around 10 to 12 thousand people at the Tejgaon Old Airport have felt the return of Father of the Nation in front of their eyes marking.

The audience, most of them were born after the Liberation War, saw the whole atmosphere with surprising eyes and felt what happened when Bangabandhu landed in the freshly liberated and sovereign Bangladesh on January 10, 1972, after 290 days of imprisonment in Pakistan jail.

Not only the 10 to 12 thousand people felt the situation, but also the whole nation, as well as the many people across the world, watched the symbolic return of Bangabandhu.

The symbolic atmosphere was created before Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the countdown.

A laser light symbolized Bangabandhu with a waving hand like January 10, 1972, while common people including students welcomed Bangabandhu on the occasion. A 21 gun-salute was given on the occasion.

A contingent of army, navy and air force troops offered an honor guard in line with the event on that day 48 years ago.

Later, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina delivered her speech and unveiled the logo of ‘Mujib Year’ and inaugurated the countdown to celebrate the birth centenary.

Chairman of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s Birth Centenary Celebration National Implementation Committee National Professor Rafiqul Islam and Chief Coordinator of the committee Dr. Kamal Abdul Naser Chowdhury handed over the logo to the Prime Minister.

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