Bangabandhu and Evolution of Bangladesh

Kazi Ismat Jahan Suvra


This paper aims to discuss the charismatic, strong, dedicated and visionary leadership quality of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Descriptive qualitative research techniques carried out in this study.The paper shows that Bangabandhu was the real architect of Bangladesh, as he played a significant role in the entire liberation journey, which started in 1952 with the language revolution and proceeded through the democratic movement of 1962, the Six-Point Program of 1966, the Popular Movement of 1969, the enviable success of the election of 1970, and, most significantly, the Liberation War of 1971. The paper also presents haw Bangabandhu had become the unique leader of people and an inseparable part of our history


Bangabandhu, charismatic, evolution, liberation war, language movement, six point.

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