Question: Write a paragraph on ‘The Victory Day’. Follow the instructions given below. Date and year, Its background, How observed, and Its significance.
Answer: The 16th The December. 1971 is a memorable day in the history of Bangladesh. On this day in 1971, the Pakistani soldiers surrendered to the joint command of Mukti Bahini and the Indian Armed forces. So, this day is called the Victory Day of Bangladesh. With the arrival of this day, we remember our bloody struggle of 1971. Innumerable martyrs shed a sea of blood for the independence of their beloved motherland. Every year the whole nation gets a new motion on this day. The day is observed enthusiastically. Different victory stage is erected by different social, political, and cultural organizations throughout the country. Special programs are broadcast on TV and radio. The sky and air are resounded with patriotic songs. We felt a special touch of thrill on this day. Flags fly with flattering sounds on the top of the govt and non-govt. buildings. All the non-government and residential buildings are decorated with colorful flags and festoons Shahid Minars become overcrowded with people of all classes with flowers in their hands. The whole nation is in a festive mood on the occasion. Various meetings, rallies, and seminars are held and the nation takes an oath for her economic emancipation. We observe Victory Day with due solemnity and firmness.
The Victory Day
Question: Write a paragraph about ‘The 16th December’ by answering the questions below.
- What is the ‘Victory Day of Bangladesh?
- Why is it called so?
- Who are the martyrs of, our Liberation War?
- How do you celebrate the day?
- What inspiration do we get from the martyrs?
Answer: The 16th of December is the ‘Victory Day’ of Bangladesh. Bangladesh became independent on this day. We celebrate this day every year with great pleasure and joy. On this day, we remember the martyrs of the Liberation War. They sacrificed their lives to achieve our independence. On this day we feel great sympathy and sorrow for the martyrs of the Liberation War. Their strength and courage inspired us. After nine months of fighting we achieved the golden sun of independence from the barbarous Pakistanis. The Victory Day symbolizes the triumph of justice over tyranny. The sacrifice made by the martyrs will act as a perennial source of inspiration for us to work for the country.