Short Composition on The Victory Day of Bangladesh

Introduction: The Victory Day is a red letter day in our national life. The 16th December is the victory day in Bangladesh. We achieved our freedom through victory on the 16th December in 1971. Since then we have been living as an independent nation. So, the 16th December is the most significant event for us.

The history of the day: we had been under the Pakistani rule from 1947 to 1971. Bangladesh was named East Pakistan. From the victory, the Pakistani rulers were ruling our country with an iron rod. They were depriving us of our rights. They were looting our money and sending it to West Pakistan. They were establishing industries in West Pakistan. So, people of the east part were becoming jobless. Not only that, the rulers were growing more brutal too. They were torturing those who were raising their voice against their injustice. Even, the once tried to impose Urdu upon us. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was forced no to form a government through his party won absolute majority int he general election. Rather, he was taken the prisoner on the 25th March 1971. The Pakistani rulers killed thousands of people. They fired villages after villages. Finding no other way, Bangladesh Sheikh Mujibur Rahman declared independence on the 26th March. Then the Liberation War began. We become independent through a bloody war after nine months.

Importance: the day has a great importance in our national life. We have earned name and fame for this day. Now we are the citizens of a free country. We are enjoying equal rights. We do everything freely. We are living in respect. We don’t need to bow down our head before any force. The whole world knows our country now. The day is a great inspiration. It encourages us to go ahead.

Conclusion: in conclusion, we can say that the Victory Day is our pride. Thy day has given us a new recognition. The day has given us named and fame. So, we are proud of the day.