BANGABANDHU & BAKSAL IN PERSPECTVE


Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib had a dream for Bangladesh in the early seventies,
which had to be deferred for various reasons. But what did happen to his
 dream?

BANGLADESH - Audacity of Hope

BANGABANDHU & BAKSAL IN PERSPECTVE

mujibJAMAL HASAN

“What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun?
. . . Or does it explode?
— Langston Hughes, ‘Harlem’

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib had a dream for Bangladesh in the early seventies,
which had to be deferred for various reasons. But what did happen to his
 dream?

This short article examines why Bangabandhu was out on a limb trying
to forge a coalition among various political forces to come up with a united
political system so that the weak and malnourished child who was born in
1971 had a fighting chance to grow. Without much ado, let me delve into this
tangled tale, which is not an easy one to narrate.

The political dynamics of Bangladesh puts the country in a unique position
in the world. This is so due to two reasons. Firstly, the nation was born
after defeating a ruthless genocidal occupation…

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