The conclusion History of the Language Movement

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Bengali language movement in East Pakistan, now Bangladesh took place in a cultural and political movement. Protecting the fundamental rights of the Bengali language movement caused by surrounding the establishment of Pakistan as one of the state reflected the people’s demands. The movement became final on 1 February, 195 in fact, long before the seeds were rapita. On the other hand, and was the result of the reaction of the British India was divided on the basis of two-nation theory suduraprasara in 1947 was the emergence of Pakistan. But the two parts 1. East Pakistan and II. In the cultural, geographical and linguistic from West Pakistan, there was a fundamental difference. In 1948, the government of Pakistan declared that Urdu would be the state of Pakistan. The announcement of the Bengali-speaking East Pakistan in the context of the deep anger of the masses and the adverse reaction. Practically speaking…

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