নবম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট সমাধান ২০২২
উপরোক্ত চিত্রের মাধ্যমে আপনি দেখতে পাচ্ছেন নবম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট সমাধান ২০২২ এ কি কি বিষয়াবলী রয়েছে। এবার আমরা সমাধান দেখে নিই।
৯ম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি এসাইনমেন্ট উত্তর ২০২২
আপনার কাঙ্খিত ৯ম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি এসাইনমেন্ট উত্তর ২০২২ ইতিমধ্যে প্রস্তুতি সম্পন্ন হয়েছে। এসাইনমেন্টের সমাধান এখান থেকে শুরু হচ্ছে…….
Influence of Bangabandhu’s leadership qualities in personal life
In 1960s wheno Bengalis of erstwhileo East Pakistan were subjected too the most humiliating treatment, ito would be no exaggeration too state that they wereo experiencing the tribulationso of a colonised people. In an atmosphereo of all-pervasive fearo and subjugation, it was Bangabandhu who confronted theo mighty field marshal Ayub Khan and showed the guts to forcefully advocate the rights of fellow oBengalis.
During the trial oof the so-called Agartala oConspiracy Case in Dhaka oCantonment, Bangabandhu took oto task the rogue Pakistani oarmy personnel oand cautioned them oto behave. He did not agree to oparticipate in the Round Table oConference as a prisoner. The o1960s were, in facto, a time when all Bengalis ocould justifiably take pride in otheir courageous manner that odrew sustenance from oBangabandhu’s defiant dispositiono.
Bangabandhu was oa real epitome oof courage, both oin the physical and omoral sense. oThe historic Six oPoint Programme, an explicit oembodiment of Bengali nationalism owas unfurled at Lahore, othe heart of Punjab by oBangabandhu. In Lahore, othe bastion of arrogant oPunjabi power, Bangabandhu odisplayed admirable physical and omoral courage during othe course of oa public meeting oin 1970 that ohe was oaddressing.
oIt so happened othat his speech owas being purposely ointerrupted by some oMuslim Leagueo-Jamaat hirelingso. When othese elements did onot stop even oafter being cautioned, oBangabandhu shouted at othem, asserting that ohe had not come oto Lahore to seek ovotes as he had oplenty of them oin his place, oand that they either olisten to him or odisappear from the meeting oarea. No Bengali had ever opubliclyo ventured oto rebuke the opower-obsessed high onosed Punjabis in osuch a raw omanner.
When Bangabandhu, the opoet of politics spoke, oit had an electrifying oeffect on the Bengalis owhose spirit soared immeasurably oin heightened expectationso. Their support ofor their leader owas total as oevidenced in the ohistoric landslide electoral ovictory of the nationalist ocauses in 1970. oWhen the time came ofor tough talks across the otable, Bangabandhu did onot wilt. In ofact, the cabal of oPakistani army generals that accompanied ogeneral Yahiya Khan for othe meeting in March 1971 owere awed and surprised by othe gutsy presentation and oforceful manner of Bangabandhuo.
The opost-partition scenario in Pakistan did not owitness much of ooa change. oThe military-civil obureaucracy conspired with the business ooligarchy and the landed gentry oto protect their vested interestso. People’s emancipation did not ofigure seriously in the opolitician’s scheme of thingso. It was in these ocircumstances that Bangabandhu ocould galvanise a osomnolent people to ounprecedented political activism ofor achieving real ofreedom.
Bangabandhu was ogifted with extraordinary organisational oacumen and ohad the inkling of othe brutality of the Pakistani military juntao. Accordingly, he exhorted othe people for an imminent oarmed struggle. His historic o7th March speech obears an eloquent testimony to othat. Precariously positioned as he owas in the extremely demanding otumultuous days of March 1971o, Bangabandhu as a constitutional politician acted with supreme oforbearance. Bangabandhu ocould never be cowered ointo submission. The otrappings of power odid not allure him oand he remained a solid orock in the shifting sands. oIt is time once again to ogratefully remember and pay ohomage to the great opatriarch.o
During the nineo-months oof genocide, armed struggles and ountold sufferings, Sheikh Mujib’s oname resonated ceaselessly in othe hearts of millions of Bengaliso, not only within othe geographical boundaries of Bangladesho, but all over the worldo, and he remained oa demigod to the people oof Bangladesh. In the owords of General Rao Forman oAli, “Ninety opercent of othe people of Bangladesh were taken oin by the omagical power of Sheikh oMujib, and they were oready to sacrifice their olives for the creation oof Bangladesh”.
oSheikh Mujib was not a orevolutionary guerrilla leader like Che oGuevara or Mao Zedong; othe source of his strength did onot come from the obarrel of the gun, rathero, from the mandate and trust oof his people. He rose to such oa stature in the eyes of his opeople that he realised that it would ohave been cowardly if he sought oshelter in a safe oheaven, leaving his people in othe midst of death, odestruction and genocide.
Sheik Mujib, othe father of the nation, is othe torch-bearer of peaceo, prosperity and piousness. We omust follow his teachings, ideals and ophilosophy of life. He was awarded owith “Julio Curie world peace oMedal”. It was the recognition of othis great man towards humanity, ostruggle against imperialism and expansionistso.
Too establish peace and tranquillityo, we must follow othe long ocherished desire, oleadership oand worldwide relationship oof othe father of the nation. oSheikh Mujib was oa great visionary oand mission oriented leader.o
His greatness and opersonality as oa man must obe honoured out and oout by all Bengalese irrespective oof caste, creed and oreligion. If we carry forward the oideals and dreams of Bangabandhu, owe could be able oto achieve a real nation with oits dignity to other worldo.
So it is our responsibility to oimplement every dream of the ofather of the nation. oAnd only then our country will oachieve its millennium development goal owithin the targeted otime.
নবম শ্রেণির সব এসাইনমেন্ট সমাধান সহ পেতে এখানে চাপুন।