UAP observed the Victory Day of Bangladesh 2023 with profound reverence and commemoration. The Directorate of Students’ Welfare (DSW) meticulously curated an online tribute on December 18, 2023, via Zoom at 11:00 am, heralding the nation's historic milestone in a stirring assembly.
During Mr. Nasiruddin Yousuff's poignant address, he meticulously recounted his experiences as a courageous member of a crack platoon during the Liberation War. His vivid narrative depicted a tapestry of sacrifices woven by countless heroes. He articulated, "Each day on the battlefield was a testament to our unyielding courage and fervent belief in the righteousness of our cause. The trenches symbolized our unwavering resolve, while the resonance of gunfire echoed our collective pursuit of freedom. In the darkest hours, the sky illuminated not just with artillery but also with the resolute hope for a liberated nation." Amidst immense sacrifices, their unassailable resilience propelled them forward, fighting not solely for themselves but for the emancipation of future generations and a Bangladesh emancipated from oppression. Mr. Nasiruddin Yousuff's reflections extended to his comrades-in-arms, emphasizing the unbreakable camaraderie forged amidst the crucible of war. He respectfully honored the sacrifices of fallen comrades, paying homage to their unwavering commitment to the cherished cause. In those defining moments of adversity, the undying spirit of Bangladesh radiated its brightest, infusing each sacrifice with purpose, paving the path to the freedom heralded today.
As a filmmaker, Mr. Nasiruddin Yousuff has strived to immortalize these tales of valor, ensuring that the narratives of sacrifice and triumph remain etched in the chronicles of our nation's history. He proclaimed that the tumultuous journey of the freedom fighters was arduous, yet propelled by a collective dream—a vision of a liberated Bangladesh. As the nation commemorates Victory Day, let us honor and commemorate the resolute spirit of those who fought ardently for the freedoms we hold dear today.
Furthermore, Ms. Anua Afsana, a young faculty member of Basic Sciences and Humanities, UAP and Mr. Issac Apurba Sarker, a student from the Department of English, UAP shared their reflections on Bangladesh's liberation war. Their insights resonated profoundly, offering a poignant glimpse into the enduring impact of the war on the nation's trajectory amidst growth and challenges. The event garnered attendance from esteemed dignitaries including the Registrar of UAP, Professors from diverse departments, faculty members, officials, and students. Ms. Layeqa Bashir, Assistant Professor and Head of the Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities hosted the event with finesse and expertise.
In conclusion, Dr. A. S. M. Mohsin, Director of DSW, conveyed a heartfelt vote of thanks, underscoring the profound significance of the occasion and its unifying impact on the UAP community.