Arif Mohammad Expressed Gratitude to Everyone on the “Mahan Vijay Diwas”

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Tripura is the pilgrimage site of Bangladesh’s liberation war. That is why Agartala-based Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner Arif Mohammad expressed his sincere gratitude to all the people of Tripura on the Great Victory Day. He said that the people of Tripura from all walks of life have directly and indirectly contributed to the independence of Bangladesh. Remembering all of them with gratitude today. Meanwhile, Elbert Ekka Park in Lichubagan has paid tribute to the martyred soldiers of the Indian Army in the Liberation War of 1971. Industry and Commerce Minister Manoj Kanti Dev on behalf of the Tripura government paid tribute to the martyrs.

After paying tribute to the martyred soldiers of the Indian Army in the Liberation War of 1971 at Albert Ekka Park today, Minister Manoj Kanti Dev said that India’s role in the liberation of Bangladesh is undeniable. Tripura’s contribution cannot be forgotten. In his words, Bangladesh became known as an independent state with the full cooperation of the Indian Army. Paying tribute to the martyred soldiers of today’s army. On this day, the officials of Bangladesh Assistant High Commission office also paid tribute to the martyred soldiers of Indian Army at Shahid Bedi in Albert Ekka Park.

Meanwhile, the Great Victory Day was celebrated at the Bangladesh Assistant High Commission office in Tripura’s capital Agartala. Assistant High Commissioner Arif Mohammad hoisted the national flag of Bangladesh this morning. He then placed wreaths on the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation of Bangladesh and garlanded the Martyr’s Altar.

On this day, Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner Arif Mohammad said that on this day in 1971, Bangladesh achieved the greatest achievement of the Bengali nation as an independent state through 23 years of political struggle and 9 months of bloody war. So we are celebrating today as the Great Victory Day. According to him, Tripura is the pilgrimage site of Bangladesh’s liberation war. People from all walks of life of this state have directly and indirectly contributed for the independence of Bangladesh. Today I remember them all with deep gratitude. He paid tribute to the then Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi, BJP leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the current Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, the then Chief Minister of Tripura Sachindra Lal Singh and the martyred jawans of the Indian Army.

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