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Wishing Sheikh Rehana many happy returns of the day!

  • Dr. M. Shahinoor Rahman
  • 13th September, 2022 01:28:10 AM
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Wishing Sheikh Rehana many happy returns of the day!

I hope that Sheikh Rehana has a day filled with many happy returns of the day. I wish Sheikh Rehana a happy birthday on September 13, 1957. Sheikh Rehana is the younger daughter of Bangabandhu and Bangamata, and she is also the cherished sister of our honourable Prime Minister Jononetree Sheikh Hasina. Sheikh Rehana was born in Bangladesh. She is the proud mother of a scholar son named Radwan Siddiq Bobby, who works as a Consultant for the United Nations Development Program, as well as two daughters named Tulip Siddiq, who is a politician of the British Labour Party and an elected Member of Parliament, and Azmina Siddiq Rupanti. All four of her children are educated and have extensive knowledge of their families, cultures, institutions, nations, political systems, and ethical and moral principles. She is not very talkative but puts in a lot of effort in all areas. Sheikh Rehana is very kind, friendly, and reliable, and he exudes an air of modesty and generosity.

Sheikh Rehana is a person who has continually inspired her elder sister, the Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, to serve the people of the country since her childhood, particularly since 1975. Sheikh Rehana has been a role model for Sheikh Hasina ever since 1975. August 15, 1975, is considered by many to be the darkest and saddest day in the history of world civilization, as well as the history of the nation of Bangladesh. This is due to the terrible tragedy when Bangabandhu and his family members were brutally murdered. The assassination of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, along with other members of his family, was carried out by vested quarters to destroy democracy, Bengali nationalism, the secular spirit, and the spirit of the liberation war.

On August 15, 1975, fortunately, Bangabandhu's two daughters were not in the country because they were visiting Belgium. As a result, Bangabandhu's deserving inheritors, Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana survived and established Bangabandhu's ideology and the philosophy of Bengali nationalism in Bangladesh. Sheikh Rehana provides our honorable Prime Minister Jononetree Sheikh Hasina with significant motivational support. Both of the sisters are dependent on one another and have similar ideas regarding what is in the nation's best interest as a whole.

It seems to be a fairly typical example of Sheikh Hasina's leadership style. During this time of strife and hopelessness, Sheikh Rehana encourages her cherished sister to shine a light on the country by demonstrating profound leadership and enormous courage. Sheikh Hasina, the President of the Awami League and the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, emerges as a reliable savior amid a problematic phase in the course of the Bengali nation's destiny. As citizens of a free and independent country, we can get to know our leader, Sheikh Hasina, in various settings and contexts, particularly during times of difficulty and peril. Jononetree Sheikh Hasina repeatedly appears to be our only hope, and we eagerly watch her see how courageous she is.

Every challenge has shown her how reliable each of her choices truly is. In times of trouble, she has assured every citizen of the nation that they are safe. Nobody can compare to her in this country and on the international stage, and she is unique. Without a doubt, such analysis has been performed by the world's media for a considerable time. Sheikh Rehana is never far from our Prime Minister when making significant advancements for the country's benefit.

No one can say with absolute certainty that democratic politics in Bangladesh have always taken the path of least resistance or that democratic politics in Bangladesh have always followed a straight path. Soon after assassinating Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on August 15, 1975, the military rulers of Bangladesh adopted the style of those in earlier Pakistan to govern Bangladesh. This country had been established due to a significant war of liberation. After the assassination of Bangabandhu brutally, Ziaur Rahman, who had illegally taken power, desired to transform Bangladesh into a country that adhered to the Pakistani ideal.

At the beginning of the 1980s, a national conference of the Awami League saw the election of Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as the new president of the Bangladesh Awami League. Sheikh Hasina is the political and blood heir to Bangabandhu. After assuming the party's leadership, Sheik Hasina returned to her native country, where she faced the wrathful frowns of Zia's military government. This indicates that it comes easily to her to guide the nation through times of crisis. Sheikh Hasina is the name of a brilliant flare that made it through a series of deadly grenade charges. She has devoted her life to ensuring that the people of Bangladesh's lower-income working class have a better quality of life.

Sheikh Hasina's strategies for improving the general well-being of the population. She is a representative of a substantial democratic and non-communal secular Bangladesh shaped during the freedom struggle. She is just as resolute in her pursuit to mold Sonar Bangla in a manner consistent with Bangabandhu's dreams. The mission statement of Sheikh Hasina's political party is "to improve the quality of people's lives."

We are incredibly fortunate to have a leader who is not only exceptionally insightful and uncommon but also extremely hard-working, honest, and visionary, such as Sheikh Hasina. Nobody will probably be able to fathom how a leader such as Sheikh Hasina could take the helm in a third-world or developing country without first observing the dynamic leadership that Sheikh Hasina demonstrates. She has brought electricity to the homes of those who have been shot down for demanding electricity. She made the construction of the Padma Bridge a reality even though funding from the World Bank had been cut off. She has demonstrated to people worldwide that Bangladesh is a competent nation.

Sheikh Hasina's power derives from more than just her sincerity or her candor, however. She is a firm believer in proving to the world that anything is possible, especially if it involves Bengalis. Sheikh Hasina is known for reiterating a single line, which goes as follows: "Since we won the victory through a war of liberation, no triumphant nation can bow down and lose." This is the Sheikh Hasina effect in action. This slogan has helped her become one of the most influential people in the world in the 21st century. There are hundreds of millions of people around the world who, just like me, hold a firm belief that Sheikh Hasina will undoubtedly continue on the path of success in the context of the international community. Sheikh Rehana, Sheikh Hasina's most beloved sister, has been tirelessly playing a significant role in motivating Sheikh Hasina to move forward with the advancement of all aspects of the nation. On the day that Sheikh Rehana was born, let us wish for her a long life, good health, and a life filled to the brim with happiness and success.

The author works as a researcher, folklorist, columnist, and Former Pro-Vice Chancellor at Islamic University in Kushtia.