What one generation achieves, the next cannot match. Over time, it evolves into a new kind of information. It can be expressed in a variety of languages. The war for our liberty was not a one-and-done occurrence. It’s worthy of being called epic. There was a terrible history of the liberation struggle. The brave protest of unarmed citizens was the most terrible act of savagery committed by the Pakistani government and its allies. Rare are the victories that result from resistance and slaughter.
Nevertheless, we got by thanks to the Great Liberation War. Location-wise, it’s hard to argue with the sense of security it delivers. History is built from the ground up through oral tradition, textbooks, a wide variety of books and magazines, and literature. Today’s historical narratives rely heavily on media coverage. The truth can be revealed to varying degrees through all of these methods. Modern historiography can help us piece together what really happened, too.
We have scant information regarding the liberation battle. The tragic tales distributed throughout many districts, police stations, and villages are not compiled in any book. This will allow us to teach future generations the truth about our liberation battle. The nation is obligated to offer the younger generation an authentic, truthful, and open account of the events preceding the great liberation struggle of 1971. The conflict is against the adversary, the oppressor, and the plot’s intrigues. Bangladesh’s ascent is rooted in thousands of years of deprivation, oppression, tyranny, and oppression, as well as the courage to release a freedom-hungry population. In this scenario, Bangladesh and Bangabandhu are synonymous terms. Therefore, the designation of Bangabandhu as the “best Bengali of a thousand years” is both inevitable and crucial. Imagine if this magnificent hero had not entered the Bangladeshi political scene in 1971. In that case, we might have remained an unfree, submissive, and vanquished nation for millennia.
Younger Bangladeshis will never forget Bangabandhu’s sacrifices for the country’s independence. The process needs to speed up. If competent people lead the country, the new age will continue to advance in the spirit of the liberation struggle. The present administration is committed to creating a fully digital Bangladesh. It’s possible that today’s youth have a tonne of untapped potential. There should be unwavering patriotism in light of this. For instance, one can find more accurate information on the liberation fight through online resources. The inverse is also true, unfortunately. The internet has been used to spread false narratives about the liberation fight, which have had a pernicious and long-lasting effect on the minds of today’s youth. We must therefore collaborate with today’s youth, yesterday’s freedom warriors, liberation war participants, and eyewitnesses to paint an accurate picture of the liberation war. According to the report, most internet users are between the ages of 14 and 35. people who missed out on seeing the liberation fight. In this way, people can access the collective memory of thousands of digital resources to learn the truth. This is why taking precautions is essential. Future leaders of this country belong to the current generation. Hence it is imperative that they fully understand the liberation war’s inspiration.
As technology reveals the genuine picture of the liberation war to the next generation, some innocent individuals are exploited as shields by the black path scumbags to deceive the truth. Loyalty to Bangladesh, patriotism, and trust in Bengali nationalism can assist in constructing a new and truthful society. Similarly, it might foster a mindset of harming the nation. In this regard, it is the final opportunity for the government, patriots, and security-conscious individuals to take proper and essential action. This Bengal’s independence is the product of blood, sacrifice, valour, and unfathomable agony. It is not lost to memory.
We must expand our efforts to engage the youth. Because if we have disagreements, jealousy, and mistrust among ourselves, our adversaries will simply be able to undermine us. Once, in 1971, we shocked the world. In Bangladesh, numerous horrific plots have been ongoing for centuries in order to adopt false histories. Furthermore, the liberation war has been portrayed as a shambles. The youth are currently beginning to recognise that we live in a free nation. Likewise, what would occur if we did not attain liberty? We must perform it more effectively. Several generations were unaware of the liberation war’s actual events. The current administration endorses the liberation war.
Consequently, their most important duty is to teach the youth the ideology, consciousness, sense, and truth of the liberation war in a familial, social, and organisational setting. Concerts attract enormous numbers, whereas the Liberation War Museum attracts only a handful of visitors. Some persons and organisations are overheard discussing the liberation war in their desire to form the Fal group in order to harvest sugarcane. Again, unlike the liberation fight, many opportunists are attempting to profit from the imitation of liberation. Similarly, this does not resonate with the young of today. The liberation fight has bestowed upon us dignity, self-assurance, pride, an education in integrity, and the vigour to walk with our heads held high in the pursuit of justice. If nothing is done to prevent it, our young society will be profoundly depressed.
Moreover, the new generation of nation-building artisans will lose their enthusiasm. Elders also play a role in this. True freedom fighters must also portray the courage and reality of the liberation battle to the new society with renewed commitment. The new awareness should be taught the mantra of freedom, patriotism, and the rationale for the liberation war in order to instil freedom in their hearts. The time has not yet run out. The vast number of participants on the mass awakening platform proved that Bengalis are eager for liberty. The vast majority of people are adamant regarding their ethnicity. The principles behind our freedom inspired us. This generation has a good chance of achieving these goals. Freedom, conscience, genuine patriotism, and sacrifice could not be valued if this were the objective. Then all is in vain.
We have undoubtedly made great strides over several years in terms of economic, social, and infrastructure development metrics. This is a tremendous achievement in a country with billions of unemployed individuals. Nonetheless, corrupt circles have collaborated to deepen corruption as the economy has developed. Administration tools provide several valuable purposes. Likewise, their ineptitude caused us to suffer. It is important to remember that today’s young society resides in a modern and global village. Thus, their awareness of comparative development challenges and patriotism has greatly increased. Maintain their satisfaction. They are maintaining patriotism while being ahead of the curve and current is a formidable undertaking.
If we can uphold the fundamental principles of the liberation war, our nation will be more resilient and an example to other nations. From 1947 until 1971, the Bengali people overcame Pakistan’s misrule, exploitation, discrimination, and conspiracy to emerge as an independent nation. Therefore, no impediment can stand in our way. The immense sacrifices, sacrifices, and fortitude with which we won our freedom will inspire us as we confront the current difficulties. The younger generation will never forget the memories of the liberation fight. The contemporary generation desires to carry themselves with pride. They do not wish to represent anyone. Their intellect, expertise, and abilities are comparable to those of any other