Mohra Ahmedia Government Primary School celebrates International Mother Language Day

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-02-23 20:03:11

Mohra Ahmedia Government Primary School celebrates International Mother Language Day Mohra Ahmedia Government Primary School celebrates International Mother Language Day

Mohra Ahmadiyya Government Primary School has celebrated International Mother Language Day with the right spirit. On Friday (February 26th), teachers and students of the school paid full tribute to the martyrs of the language at the Shaheed Minar built by Mohra Ahmadiya Government Primary School in the city. At this time, they swore to build a nation in the spirit of Ekushey and an important discussion meeting was held on the occasion of International Mother Language Day at the school. On the occasion, the martyrs' souls were greeted with peace. The discussion was presided over by the headmaster of the school, Mrs.
Sajeda Begum Prominent politicians, social workers, and vice-chairmen of the school management committee were present at the chief guest, Alhaj Md. Morshedul Alam Qaderi. Engineer SM Farooq Qadri, the chair of the school management committee, was present as special guest. On the occasion, the chief guest said that our freedom came from the language movement of Bahan. In the language movement, Bengali has proved with blood how to deal with any weakness. And through this language-struggle movement, the dream of independence was awakened in the existence of Bengali by the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The special guest said in his speech that something wonderful happened for our Bengali language. Even after 20 years, no government has attempted to recognize the international mother tongue. Today's International Mother Language Day has been successful in the strong role of the then Awami League government and the current Prime Minister. The day was November 7, the 5th. UNESCO's 7th session was held in Paris, the French capital. The UNESCO meeting passed the proposal to declare February 21 as International Mother Language Day. As a result, February 23 was recognized as a significant day for all the world's speakers. Bangla language gains a special status in the court of the world. The following year, February 21, the year is celebrated as International Mother Language Day in 5 countries of the world. Sajeda Begum, the head teacher of the program, said, "To reach our language in the world court, we need to know about the history of Bangla language. Because there is a nation on earth who gave blood for language. That language is our Bengali language, bought at the cost of blood. Therefore, the next generation will have to know the true history of Bangla language only then the country and nation will be immersed in the consciousness of the Banyan and Ekta. We have to keep in mind that no culture can consume our language - the history of liberation war. Only then will the blood of Salaam Jabbar Rafiq Safique not be wasted. School teacher Md Nasir Uddin and Sapar Uddin were present at the function. Nasrin Sultana Sayeda, Syeda Eman Ara Begum, Sanjay Das, Upma Chowdhury, Jannatul Hurun were present.