Establish a road or park in the name of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Ottawa

Establish a road or park in the name of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Ottawa

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Abu Shaifuddien started this petition to Mayor of Ottawa and

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is the architect of independent modern-day Bangladesh. In 1971, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman called for the war of independence from the persecution and ill-treatment lead by the Government of the then West Pakistan and led the people of now Bangladesh to freedom. His fearless leadership and humble personality inspired and gave millions the courage to stand up against the tyranny and unjust treatment by the oppressor. He selflessly chose a life of struggle and dedicated his life to bringing independence to the people of Bangladesh and provided an independent state to create their self-identity. He envisioned equal rights for the people of Bangladesh. He tirelessly worked towards creating a state with strong economic stability and freedom of speech. 


Today, Bangladesh is a free and prosperous developing country with a population of about 180 million making its valuable contribution to the rest of the world. All of this was only possible because of his valiant and courageous effort for which, the people of Bangladesh will be indebted to him forever. 


In recent times, the Permanent Mission of Bangladesh to the United Nations arranged the discussion at the UN Headquarters in Washington DC where diplomats have acknowledged the contribution of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to realizing the rights of the deprived people around the world, calling him a “Friend of the World”. They said the struggle and sacrifice of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in realizing the rights of deprived people of the world will be exemplary for the international community.


There are about 120000 people of Bangladeshi origin living in Canada today. They are hardworking people making remarkable contributions to every aspect of Canadian life and economy, giving Canada its identity as a multicultural mosaic.


Canadian Bangladeshis will be honored and delighted to see a public establishment in Ottawa named after the Father of the Nation of Bangladesh. For all of us, it will be a dream come true.


Sincerely,

The Bengali Community Service Centre of Canada (BCSCC)

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