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Since 1757 Indian sub continent was a British colony and was ruling almost 200 years until 1947. In August 1947, India and Pakistan became independence countries on the basis of two religion as Hindu and Muslim after leaving of British from this subcontinent.

Pakistan was formed by two parts: West Pakistan and East Pakistan presently Bangladesh which were apart by 1800 kms. But 54% population of Pakistan were living in east part i,e, in Banhladesh and their mother language was Bangla. After independence Pakistani Govt was considering Bangla as second language and establishing Urdu as the first language of Pakistan.


In September, 1947 a cultural society called Tamuddin Majlis was formed by different scholars with the leadership of a Dhaka University Physics Professor Abul Kashem. This organization first demanded in a booklet to establish Bangla as one of the state language of Pakistan.

In November, 1947 this demand was supported by Education Minister Fazlur Rahman, a Bengali and opposed Urdu as the only language of Pakistan. In 1948 an opposition Bengali leader Dhirendra Nath request a proposal in Assembly to declare Bengali as the State language. But it was also opposed by the Pakistani members.Day by day this demand become the Movement of Mother Language in Bangladesh. Different type of Organisation were formed throughout the country in favour of movement.
 












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