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Independence leader: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman



শেখ মুজিবুর রহমান Shekh Mujibur Rôhman ) (March 17, 1920 – August 15, 1975) was a Bengali nationalist politician and the founder of Bangladesh . He headed the Awami League , served as the first President of Bangladesh and later became its Prime Minister of Bangladesh . He is popularly referred to as Sheikh Mujib (shortened as Mujib or Mujibur , not Rahman), and with the honorary title of Bangabandhu (বঙ্গবন্ধু Bôngobondhu , " Friend of Bengal "). His eldest daughter Sheikh Hasina is the present leader of the Awami League and the current Prime Minister of Bangladesh .
A student political leader, Mujib rose in East Bengali (from 1956, East Pakistan ) politics and within the ranks of the Awami League as a charismatic and forceful orator. An advocate of socialism, Mujib became popular for his leadershipagainst the ethnic and institutional discrimination of Bengalis. He demanded increased provincial autonomy, and became a fierce opponent of the military rule of Ayub Khan . At the heighteningof sectional tensions, Mujib outlined a 6-point autonomy plan , which was seen as separatismin West Pakistan . He was tried in 1968 for allegedly conspiring with the Indian government but was not found guilty. Despite leading hisparty to a major victory in the 1970 elections, Mujib was not invited to form the government.
During his nine month detention, guerilla war erupted between government forces and Bengali nationalists aidedby India . An all out war between the Pakistan Army and Bangladesh-India Joint Forces led to the establishment of Bangladesh, and after his release Mujib assumed office as a provisional president, and later prime minister. Even as a constitution was adopted, proclaiming socialism anda secular democracy , Mujib struggled to address the challenges of intense poverty and unemployment, coupled with rampant corruption.In the aftermath of the 1974 famine and amidst rising political agitation, he banned other political parties andmost of the newspapers but four Government owned. He established a one party state. After only seven months, Mujib was assassinated along with most of his family by a group of army officers.



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