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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1952February 21 Students from different educational institutionsDemonstrated for Recognition of their Language, Bengali, as One of the Two National Languages of the then Pakistan.They were Shot and Killed by Police in Dhaka - the capital of present-day Bangladesh. 1952Bengali students in East Pakistan rose up and protested against thePakistani government for declaring Urdu as the national language. International Mother Language DayTimeline The Shaheed Minar (Martyr Monument) has a very significant place in the Social and Cultural Mechanism of Bangladesh. Majority of the Pakistani citizens (as of 1952),54% of them, were Bengali. In the Protest, Several Students Died for DefendingThe Bengali language for themselves and for the Future Generations. 1999February 17International Mother Language DayIt was first announced by UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 1952February 22First Shaheed Minar (Martyr Monument)It was built in Dhaka. Pakistan Police and ArmyDemolished it 4 Days later 1952 21 2000International Year of LanguagesInternational Mother Language Day has been observed since then to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. 1972Central Shaheed MinarThe Language Movement was one of theIntense Movements in Bangladesh. It summarizesefforts to represent the spirit of Bangladeshi Nationalism and Highlight the Importance of the Bengali Language in the Social and Cultural Progress of the Country. Source: Wikipedia, Feb 18, 2015
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