It had a rich tradition of literature of over a thousand years. Completed at dawn on 24 February, the monument had a handwritten note attached to it with the words "Shaheed Smritistombho". People also do many seminars, cultural events to remember the sacrifice of the martyrs in the language movement and they Bengali language movement for the peace of their soul.
What followed was a reign of terror but the language movement did not stop. The resolutions, adopted by the East Bengal legislative assembly however only aggravated the situation, as the compromised version fell largely short of the normal expectations of the Bengali people.
Despite forming the majority of the national population, the East Pakistani population continued to be under-represented in the civil and military services, and received a minority of state funding and other government help.
Thus Bengali came to be recognized as the second official language of Pakistan on 29 Februaryand article 1 of the constitution of Pakistan was reworded to "The state language of Pakistan shall be Urdu and Bengali. Bengali is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language that arose from the eastern Middle Indic languages around CE  and developed considerably during the Bengal Renaissance.
Central Government succumbed to the pressure of growing political movement and made the Bengali language as one of the state languages in the constitution on Subsequently, Bengali Bengali language movement given co-official status in the three Bengali-majority districts of Assam.
Assembly member Dhirendranath Datta proposed legislation in the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan to allow members to speak in Bengali and authorise its use for official purposes. Dutta told the house: However on February 20th, an order under Section of the Criminal Procedure Code prohibiting processions and meetings in Dhaka city was promulgated.
On 8 April government report on the incidents failed to show any particular justification for police firings on the students. Throughout February the committee held protest meetings. OnPakistan government declared that Urdu will be the only state language of Pakistan. Without one language, no nation can remain solidly tied together and function.
People of East Pakistan got angry in the context of the announcement. Ina key resolution at a national education summit in Karachi advocated Urdu as the sole state language, and its exclusive use in the media and in schools.
Supporters and sympathizers soon afterwards formed a political party, the Khilafate-Rabbani Party with Abul Hasim as the Chairman. Nature with her own hand has stamped the indelible mark of Bengali in such a manner on our appearance and language that it is no longer possible to conceal it Shahidullah Immediately after signing did Jinnah come to visit Dhaka and on 21st March he issued the following: Bengali is an eastern Indo-Aryan language derived from eastern Middle Indic languages, which developed during the Bengal Renaissance.
The shooting killed several people including activist Sofiur Rahman and a nine-year-old boy named Ohiullah. As early as the late 19th century, social activists such as the Muslim feminist Roquia Sakhawat Hussain were choosing to write in Bengali to reach out to the people and develop it as a modern literary language.
The Government supported a major project to construct a new Shaheed Minar. Mainly due to regional economic imbalances sectional divisions grew, and support for the Bengali ethnic nationalist Awami League,  which invoked the 6-point movement for greater provincial autonomy.
The highway becomes stained with the blood of martyrs. Muslim rulers promoted the literary development of Bengali. The police and para-military forces started wide-spread tear gas shellingclubbing then finally shooting the students as they retaliated by batting bricks.
The movement happened to protect the fundamental rights surrounded the movement of establishing Bengali language one of the state languages.
The monument is the symbol of Bangladesh Nationalism. Dhirendra Nath Dutta, a member from East Pakistan, moved an amendment on the rules of procedure of the Assembly. On 19 May11 Bengalis were killed in police firing in Silchar Railway Station, Assam, while demanding state recognition of Bengali language.
But Bengali like other Indo-Aryan languages had assimilated large numbers of Sanskrit or old Indo-Aryan words in the course of its thousand years of evolution and it would be impossible now to undo this historical process.
It is also a recognized secondary language in the City of Karachi in Pakistan. For its Perso-Arabic script the language is considered as a vital element of Islamic culture by the Indian Muslims; on the other hand Hindi and Devanagari were considered at their element of Indian Hindus. Shahidullah, a noted Bengali linguist of the time from Dhaka University put forward the argument: It is a language a person never forgets, wherever that person lives.Dr.
Shahidullah’s comment was the beginning of the language controversy of Pakistan and the Bengali Language Movement. Apart from East Pakistan, movement for ensuring the due status of Bengali language also took place in the Indian state of Assam.
On May 19,11 Bengalis were killed in Police firing in Silchar Railway Station, Assam, while demanding state recognition of Bengali language.
The Bengali Language Movement, also known as the Language Movement (Bengali: ভাষা আন্দোলন; Bhasha Andolon), was a political effort in Bangladesh (then known as East Pakistan), advocating the recognition of the Bengali language as an official language of Pakistan.
The Bengali Language Movement was the political and cultural movement of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). The movement happened to protect the fundamental rights surrounded the movement of establishing Bengali language one of the state languages.Download