There is no comparison in our history between the struggle for life and the charismatic leadership of Bangabandhu.
Our glorious war of liberation has been able to establish the state of Bangladesh in just nine months. But no matter how many more days this nine months have created, Katmas has not yet been able to gather his detailed information. In other words, even though our war of liberation started on March 25, 1971, it has a background history. If he cannot explain history properly, the real significance of the liberation war will not be understood. Some historians have tried to identify the starting point of this background of the liberation war. Some historians want to determine this period from 1857 onwards. Some people think, no, there is no need to go back. Some scholars believe that the struggle for the liberation of Bangladesh started from 1905, that is, from the Bengali nationalism that was created in protest of the Partition of Bengal. But most of the historians think that our liberation struggle started from the language movement in 1947-52. They said the Bengali nationalism had never before been so grassroots and ubiquitous. But realizing the importance of this view, we tend to take the history of our liberation struggle a little further back. In our opinion, it is appropriate to set the 1920s as the beginning of the history of the Liberation War. Our argument for this view is that the 1920s are the most important in the history of Bengal.
Bangladesh gained independence through the mass uprising of 1971 and later the nine-month war of liberation under the leadership of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the undisputed leader of the re-awakened Bengali nation of East Bengal. We have called this event a new horizon in the history of South Asia. In just a few lines we have given a very brief outline of the long history. By dealing with the innumerable social, economic and psychological events at every level and the various situations created by its impact, the Bengalis have finally been able to create their endless potential state. There is no precedent for the creation of such an event in the two-and-a-half thousand year history of the Bengalis.