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7th March speech is the inspiration for subjugated towards the freedom

71The 7th March speech of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman will act as the inspiration chained and

subjugated people of across the world.  The composer of Immortal Ekushe song, Journalist and

Columnist, Abdul Gaffar Chowdhury said this in a meeting held in Monte fiore Centre in East London

on 7th of March.  The meeting was organised by Agrani Research, a social research organisation,

based in the UK.

While inaugurating the seminar on 7th March and organisation’s website, Abdul Gaffar Chowdhury

also said that 7th March’s speech was the declaration of independence.

The seminar was presided over by Freedom Fighter Ajijul Kamal and Jamal Ahmed Khan conducted


Other guests who addressed the audience included President of UK Awami League Sultan Mahmud

Sharif, Vice-President Abul Hashem, Freedom Fighter Khalil Kazi OBE, President of UK Women’s

Awami League Khaleda Qureshi, Senior Vice-President Hosne Ara Motin,  Community Leader Azad

Bhakht Chowdhury, Freedom Fighter Ahbab Chowdhury, Ferdous Kabir Tipu, Arifur Rahman,

Pushpita Gupta and others.

Former councillor and Managing Director of Agrani Research, Nuruddin Ahmed said that to he took

this initiative of opening this website to introduce the virtuous life of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur

Rahman and to draw attention to the true history of our liberation war to the next generations.  He

also said that he and his team members are proud to include the 7th March speech and the history of

it in their website.

The new website address for this website is www.7thmarch.com