Friday, May 17, 2013

About Bangladesh and total history of Bangladesh






Bangladesh is the beautiful country in the world Today I describe about Bangladesh and its history. Many people don’t know about Bangladesh. It is country in South Asia and   stay in front of the Bay of Bengal. It is at the border by India and Burma to the North, east and west.  It divided Nepal and Bhutan by narrow siliguri lane in the north. It has a democracy named the People’s of Bangladesh Bengali meaning Gonoprojatontri Bangladesh. In this country language is Bengali and the language position is seven in the world language second language used by people in English. It achieved freedom from Pakistan in 1971. It has many beautiful place as well as historical place such as Mohasthangor, Paharpur, and Moinamoty is the biggest historical place inn the world. This country has vast population about 15 cores and its area only 1475070 square kilometer. There are seven divisions in this country see the list bellow:

Bangladesh


  1. Dhaka
  2. Rajshashi
  3. Khulna                                              
  4. Chittagong
  5. Barisal
  6. Sylhet
  7. Rangpur
History after freedom of Bangladesh:
After achieving liberty, Awami League came to power with Mujib as Prime Minister, without new elections. When the country held parliamentary election in 1973, got the Awami League is an absolute mainstream. A national famine occurred during 1973 and 1974. [25] In the early 1975 Mujib initiated a one-party Socialist regimen with their newly formed BAKSAL. Opposition to this rule has increased, especially among returning members of the armed forces, which accounted for 60 percent of the officers. They felt discriminated in a country that has the highest levels of government, the army and the Mukti companies Awami League came to power with Mujib as Prime Minister, without new elections. When the Bangladesh is held parliamentary elections in 1973, got the Awami League an absolute mainstream. A nationally famine occurred during 1973 and 1974. [25] In the early 1975 Mujib initiated a one-party Socialist regimen with their newly formed BAKSAL. Opposition to this rule has increased, especially among returning members of the armed forces, which accounted for 60 percent of the officers. They felt discriminated in a country that has the highest levels of government, the army and the Mukti companies.

About Bangladesh Politic:
Bangladesh is a unitary state and parliamentary democratic state. [59] Direct election in which all citizens above 18 years can vote are held every five years for the unicameral parliament known as Jatiya Sangshad. Currently has 350 members (including 50 seats reserved for women) are elected in single-member constituencies. Prime Minister, Head of Government, and cabinet members and manages day-to-day affairs of state. While the Prime Minister formally appointed by the President, he or she must be an MP who has confidence of the majority. 

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