March 26 is a significant date in the history of Bangladesh. On March 26, 1971, the independence movement of Bangladesh began with the declaration of independence by the country's leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The declaration followed a crackdown by the Pakistani military on the Bengali population of East Pakistan, which led to the deaths of many innocent people.
The declaration of independence was a turning point in the struggle for independence, which led to a nine-month-long war between Bangladesh and Pakistan. The war ended on December 16, 1971, with the surrender of the Pakistani army and the formation of the independent nation of Bangladesh.
March 26 is celebrated in Bangladesh as Independence Day or Shadhinota Dibosh. On this day, the people of Bangladesh pay homage to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the independence of the country. The day is celebrated with various cultural programs, parades, and flag-hoisting ceremonies across the country. It is a national holiday in Bangladesh, and people from all walks of life come together to celebrate the country's independence and its rich cultural heritage.
BCI Engineering Institute arranges a discussion meeting and cultural program on campus to let the student know the specialty of our great independence day.