Mia Abdul Matin, the language soldier of Brahmanbaria, received a welcome. A different kind of emotional atmosphere was created at the end of the welcome ceremony organized by the Zilla Parishad on Monday afternoon. The Zila Parishad Chairman and other unspecified ‘guards of honour’ present brought tears to Miya Matin’s eyes. At the beginning of the program organized at the Zilla Parishad Auditorium, Mia Matin was given a gift of greetings. Zilla Parishad Chief Executive Officer. Aminul Islam presided over the event as the chief guest was the Chairman of Zilla Parishad, Freedom Fighter Al-Mamun Sarkar. The main discussant was Brahmanbaria researcher Joydul Hossain. General Secretary of Brahmanbaria Press Club gave a speech as a special guest. Baharul Islam Molla, former chairman of Kasba Upazila Parishad Ruhul Amin Bhuiya, brave freedom fighter Wasel Siddiqui. Journalist Al-Amin Shaheen moderated the welcome speech by Biswajit Pal Babu, Brahmanbaria district representative of Kal Kantha. Zilla Parishad Chairman Bir Muktijoddha Al-Mamun Sarkar welcomed Mia Matin who came to attend the reception. As he entered the venue, he was greeted by the same standing at the door. On the way out after the ceremony, Al-Mamun Sarkar and others were standing on both sides. At this time Mia Matin exchanged skills with everyone. Everyone was standing until Mia Matin got into the car. After a few days, no language soldier will be found – many people shed tears in silence. Mia Mateen was also overwhelmed. Mia Matin’s house is in Tonki village of Moniand union in Akhaura upazila of Brahmanbaria. Mateen, who led the march for language on February 21, 1952, was arrested on February 23 by the police. He spent almost two months in jail.