Deputy Minister of Water Resources and former organizing secretary of Awami League AKM Enamul Haque Shamim MP said that Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the Great War of Liberation and Bangladesh are one and the same. These three entities cannot be divided. Because of Bangabandhu’s visionary leadership, he built Awami League bit by bit and created Bangladesh through the great liberation war. We got an independent land. Got a new identity. The main features of his philosophy were to establish a Sonar Bengal free from exploitation, free from hunger and poverty and without discrimination in a humanistic non-communal spirit based on Bengali nationalism. Development philosophy is an integral part of his philosophy of life and political philosophy. He has always worked in the struggle for progress. Therefore, Bangabandhu struggle is the guide of development and progress in the world.
He said these things while addressing the chief guest at a discussion meeting titled “Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib: Thoughts of the 21st Century” at Jahangir Nagar University on the occasion of the 103rd birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Jahangir University Vice-Chancellor Dr. Poet Kamal Chowdhury was the main discussant in the discussion chaired by Nurul Alam. He also said that Bangabandhu’s political philosophy or the preamble to the original constitution of 1972 states – “One of the main goals of our state will be the establishment of a democratic system of an exploitation-free socialist society – where all citizens enjoy the rule of law, basic human rights and political, economic and social equality, freedom And justice will be guaranteed.” The basic elements of Bangabandhu’s development philosophy are found in this important part of the Preamble attached at the top of the Constitution. Bangabandhu was the leader of the exploited and deprived people of the world. He protested wherever there was injustice. Enamul Haque Shamim said, the various speeches given by Bangabandhu from 1947 to 1975, the announced program of Awami League, the election manifesto of 1970, the original constitution of 1972, the steps taken by him in running the state from 1972-1975, his ‘unfinished autobiography’ of ‘prison’ His thoughts, plans and practical aspects related to development philosophy emerged through various research magazines and various activities including Roznamcha’ book ‘Amar Dekha Naya China’. The deputy minister said that Bangabandhu’s lifelong dream was the independence of Bengal and the economic liberation of the masses. Freedom and economic freedom are complementary. Bangabandhu believed in nationalism, democracy, secularism and communism. Bangabandhu is the name of a timeless banyan tree in the history of Bangladesh. Even though the assassin killed him, he could not erase him from the hearts of Bengalis and the exploited deprived people of the world. A dead Bangabandhu is much more powerful than a living Bangabandhu. Bangabandhu’s philosophy of 50 years ago is now researched in the world. Now under the leadership of Bangabandhu’s daughter Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Bangabandhu Sonar Bangla is now taking shape from Digital Bangladesh to Smart Bangladesh. That’s why everyone has to work together. Speaking at the meeting, Jahangir University Vice-Chancellor Professor Manjurul Haque, Treasurer Professor Dr. Rasheda Akhtar.