On the occasion of the 52nd anniversary of the great victory, the liberation festival was held at the National Museum of the capital. The festival calls for vigilance so that anti-independence forces do not rise. Apart from honoring 84 brave freedom fighters, the artists of Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra performed songs, poems and plays of the liberation war.
On the 52nd anniversary of victory, the Liberation War Festival was held at the National Museum of the capital to honor the brave freedom fighters. Russian House in Dhaka, Liberation War Academy Trust and National Museum organized the festival.
In the ceremony, the historical relationship between Bangladesh and Russia during the Great War of Liberation was highlighted. Russian House in Dhaka director Pavel Dvoichenkov said that Russia will always stand by Bangladesh as a friendly country.
Pavel Dvoichenkov said, ‘Bangladesh and Russia’s friendly relations are very deep and strong. We are determined to strengthen this relationship. Great Victory Day of Bangladesh is a day of glory for both the countries. This day reminds us of our historic victory.’
In addition to 52 brave freedom fighters, 84 people including 11 Shabad soldiers of Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra were honored. At this time, it is urged to be careful so that the anti-independence evil forces cannot raise their heads.
Abul Azad, chairman of Muktijudda Academy Trust, said, ‘We have to take care so that the young generation can know the correct history of our liberation war. We have to be careful so that the anti-independence evil forces cannot raise their heads again.’
After the discussion, songs, poems and dramas of the liberation war were performed by Rishi group of artists including artists from Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra.