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Protest movement for Bangali a
From the begining of 1948 the demand for Bengali as the state language was popularly supported by Bengali Scholars, lawers, academics, leftist, rightist, students and various groups of middle class. Because of Pakistani Governments ignorance this demand spilled over the street in all the cities in East Bengal and became a massive language movement. It took a new dimension after a Student League is formed with the leadership of Sheikh Mujib, a Dhaka University Student and later the Founder Father of Bangladesh.

In March 1948, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan and it's first Governor General came to visit East Bengal and declares in a Dhaka University Convocation that "State Language of Pakistan will be Urdu and no other language. After this remarks the movement turns an anger form of procession and Dhaka University becomes the main point of Language Movement. Central Govt. not only ignore the then mass people demand but finally they declared that Urdu is the only one state language of Pakistan. Sheikh Mujib started fasting from 16th February for the demand and he was arrested including other student leaders. Still he was directing language movement from jail through the Bengali police in jail.
 












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