'Muktijuddho e-Archive', a library, research and archive organization, is making audio documentaries, with focus on the history of the liberation war. The e-archive has recently released the first season of its project named 'Muktijuddho Pathshala' on its YouTube channel and website. The first season focuses on the major movements in the then East Pakistan prior to the liberation war.
The season comprises six episodes on six major people's and political movements including the 1952 language movement, six point movement, eleven points program, Agartala conspiracy case, 1969 mass movement and the 1971 non-cooperation movement which were expressions of the aspirations of the people of the then East Pakistan who suffered disparity, economic and otherwise, at the hands of the West Pakistanis.
'Liberation war was not an abrupt event. There was long chain of events that led the East Pakistanis to take up arms and fight for independence. Many of today's youths are not well aware of the historical events that led to the liberation war. The audio documentary aims at making the young generation aware of the complete history of the liberation war,' said Sabbir Hossain, founder of the e-archive.
'We have tried to make each of the episodes short and precise with accurate information collected by a number of researchers,' said Shanta Anwar, director the e-archive.
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