Independence Day

16 December Bangladesh 2022: History, Images, Wishes & Messages

16 December Bangladesh 2022, Bijoy Dibosh History, Images, Wishes & Messages! December 16 is the independent day of Bangladesh. There is a huge importance of this day to Bengali people. In 1971, after a nine-month bloody war Pakistan armed forces surrendered and lieutenant Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi signed in the surrender agreement.


Through the bloody history of the language movement, the language-based nationalist consciousness of the Bengalis emerged. The movement against the Pakistani dictatorial militancy continued for two decades.

16 December Bangladesh


Happy Victory Day 16 December 2022 Wishes:

>“Here’s to our blessed and glorious free nation…”

> “Happy Bijoy Dibosh 2022 to my fellow Bangladesh…”

> “I wish you all a safe and Happy Victory Day 2022  celebration…”


> “I hope this Victory Day of Bangladesh 2022 brings you happiness and hope…”

> “Today is a very special day for the nation and its people…”

> “Have a safe and enjoyable 16 December Victory Day 2022…”


> “Keep enjoying the freedom to its fullest! Happy Victory Day 2022…”

> “Freedom is something that money can’t buy, it’s the result of the struggles of many Bravehearts. Let us honor them today and always…”

> “It makes my heart beat with pride, to see the colors of Independence Day spreading happiness and great joys all around. May the glory of Independence Day be with your forever…”

Happy Victory Day 2022 Bangladesh 16 December

It was against this background that Sheikh Mujib declared independence on March 26, 1971. The brave Bengalis stood up against the Pakistani violent forces.

At the time of partition in 1947, East Bengal was annexed to a violent state called Pakistan. Eighty-five percent of Pakistan’s population lived in East Bengal. But the key to governance was in West Pakistan. Gradually the nature of the rule and exploitation of the ruling class of West Pakistan became clear to the people of Bengal.

National and provincial council elections were held in 1970. The Awami League, led by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, won an absolute majority in the elections. The Pakistani ruling class panicked at the victory of the Awami League. They delay the transfer of power. As a result, an intense movement developed in East Bengal, and the time of the liberation war came closer.

Bangladesh is independent today. That freedom did not come like that. 3 million people have been martyred for this. One crore people have become refugees. It is possible to make independence meaningful by realizing the dream of independence with the spirit of the liberation war.

This freedom gained by shedding many tears is very glorious. By celebrating this day every year, we repeatedly remind the new generation and the world about our liberation war and freedom fighters.

The victory of the war of liberation was achieved with the aim of establishing a democratic society free from exploitation. The national unity that was formed during the war of liberation ended in division and conflict. Victory Day still inspires us to overcome this situation.

Many steps are taken every year to celebrate Happy Victory Day in Bangladesh. On this day, the whole country is covered in red and green. Red-green flags are everywhere. The festive mood is observed in every city. In the streets of the capital Dhaka, various cultural groups organized many people-oriented events.

Although Victory Day is a day of great joy for us, it is associated with the memory of the great martyrs of 1971, the cries of losing relatives, and the sighs of war-wounded and homeless people. On this day, every Bengali is newly committed to building the country – to stand at the forefront of the World Assembly.

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