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Two American girls of Bangladeshi origin won the gold medal by making a project about the liberation war

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Although not born in Bangladesh, these two girls have their roots in Bangladesh according to their parents. They speak Bengali at home. They grew up listening to the stories of the liberation war from their parents.

Apart from the idea of ​​creating India-Pakistan after the British rule in the project of these two girls of Bangladeshi origin, there are differences in the thinking of the then East and West Pakistan, fifty-two language movements, fifty-four elections, the rights of the people of the then East Pakistan for decades – various demands, the six points of sixty-six, the mass uprising of seventy-nine. , Awami League's huge victory under the leadership of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in the 1970s elections, Bangabandhu's historic speech on March 7, various aspects of the liberation war.

Archita and Rifaia said on WhatsApp that in this project, they have collected about 20 references including various books in the public library of the city including the library of Carmel High School, news of the liberation war printed in newspapers, and various photos of photojournalist Rashid Talukder. Directly interviewed the brave freedom fighter Hussain M Anwar living in the neighboring town of Fishers. Tajul Imam, a brave freedom fighter living in New York, was interviewed by Messenger. After working for about four months since last December, they first submitted the project to the class. They then present the project to judges at the regional scale (regional level) of the public library display and competition.

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