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Bulletins Bulletin : Published
Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2001
From: Rony Salman
Let's don't change the history here!

I try to castigate the political groups (AL, BNP, JP, whatever) for their misdeeds from a neutral point of view. A criticism is never worthy of any value if someone deliberately ignores the positive aspects of the criticized, has there been any! Kuasha’s ‘mujib kobe shadhinotar dak diechilo keo bolben please’ throws us to a frustrating state, pondering, are we loosing our history of independence?? Sheik Mujib’s speech of 7th March is treated as one of the greatest addresses, his ‘apnara ghore ghore durgo gore tulun, apnader ja kichu ache tai nie shatrur mukabela karun’ stands for an unquestionable call for the war of independence! AL made a mistake by trying to put Sheik Mujib up in the sky during their term, only to see his image marred by a great degree when the general public rejected it! So long it’s a fact that Mujib had anarchies and nepotisms during his own reign, at the same time no one has any choice but admit the fact that Mujib led this nation towards the independence of this country. Obviously the man who leads a country to its independence is the one calling his nation for the war of independence. There is always a leader behind a revolution or independence. So that now Mujib has failed as a ruler, if someone asks as about the leader behind our war of independence, what should we reply, nobody?? Lets don’t change the history here! The birth of Bangladesh is the best ever thing that has happened to this nation, do not distort the history of independence!! It is right that we don’t live in the past, but that doesn’t mean that we should forget the past!

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