The true events of the emancipation war have been collected from the interviews of the heroic freedom fighters, books, magazines, and diurnals published in the post-war period.
Grameenphone, the tech service leader and connectivity mate of Digital Bangladesh, has taken a time-befitting action named Aamir Chokhe Bangladesh.’
In order to treasure the heroic history of the Liberation War, Grameenphone has named some of the indelible events that took place in the Liberation War on the occasion of the golden festival of our palm and those events have been presented to the new generation in the form of animated cartoons which are suitable for children.
These are available in the form of videotape content on Grameenphone’s YouTube channel and Facebook runners reading a press release.
Through this action, Grameenphone remembers with great respect the immolation of the common people, including the heroic freedom fighters for the country’s independence in 1971.
Grameenphone be of the opinion that this history of the Liberation War will give courage to the coming generation, and the true events of the Bengali nation’s heroism and nationalism will consolidate the love for the motherland among the new and unborn generations.
Grameenphone lately organized a webinar to partake the history of the Liberation War with the coming generation.
Nasiruddin Yousuff Bachchu, gallant freedom fighter; Sajjad Hasib, CMO of Grameenphone; Nafees Anwar Choudhury, head of Marketing and Gousul Alam Shaon, CEO of Grey Advertising Ltd shared in the webinar hosted by Khairul Basher, head of Dispatches of Grameenphone.
Freedom fighter Nasiruddin Yousuff Bachchu founded the vitality series on Grameenphone’s YouTube channel during the program.
The true events of the emancipation war have been collected from the interviews of the heroic freedom fighters who shared in the emancipation war and from the books, magazines, and diurnals published in the post-war period.
And they've been read out by popular actors like Aupee Karim, Tariq Anam Khan, and Fazlur Rahman Babu. Heroic freedom fighter Nasiruddin Yousuff Bachchu was directly involved in this action.
Nasiruddin Yousuff Bachchu said “It's a great action to introduce our emancipation war to this generation. In front of the children, our history has been presented after acclimatizing it in their ways, in their language, which will help us to carry on our history from generation to generation.”
Sajjad Hasib, CMO of Grameenphone said “Our gallant freedom fighters have left an illustration of unknown courage. There is numerous literacy that is hidden in the history of our independence that will show our new generation the way to conquer the coming days. The future of Bangladesh is being developed grounded on the achievements of the last 50 times. This is our small bid to pass on the substance of palm to the coming generation. We hope that through this action, the new generation will know, understand and learn about the history of our independence in their own ways. On this auspicious moment of the golden festival, let this light of nationalism spread from generation to generation in the month of palm.”
Grameenphone is working with the anticipation that these incidents will spread the light of nationalism among generations.