On the event of the 51st loss of life anniversary of the author, journalist and cultural character Shaheed Pari Mohan Aditya, a memorial assembly and prayer ceremony was held in Madaripur. On Monday (August 8) afternoon, Madaripur Press Membership organized a memorial assembly and prayer ceremony. Masum Hawladar, district consultant of Each day Sonali Barta, and Abdullah Al Mamun, President of Madaripur Press Membership and Each day Ittefaq, Shahjahan Khan, President of Madaripur Press Membership and Each day Ittefaq spoke because the chief visitor, and Monir, Normal Secretary of Madaripur Press Membership and District Consultant of DBC Channel, spoke as a particular visitor. Hossain Bilas. Journalists from varied print and digital media have been current on the event.
It’s famous that he was born on June 5, 1934 in Pakutia village of Ghatail upazila of Tangail. His father’s title is Mukanda Mohan Aditya, mom Mahamaya Aditya. He was the second of 4 brothers. He was concerned in drama, travelogue writing and appearing since childhood. He performed a number one function in all of the socio-cultural actions of the realm. Tagore Anukulchandra was the joint editor of Satsang. Served as co-editor of Satsang’s mouthpiece, the quarterly Satsang Sangbad (now month-to-month). Aside from this, he was additionally concerned in literary writing and public welfare work. After the flood of the seventies, he went to the southern a part of the nation along with his associates and performed reduction operations. On April 18, 1971, the Pakutiya Satsang Ashram was entered by the Pakistani invasion forces on their approach from Tangail to Mymensingh. The highest of the ashram temple was damaged by the affect of their shells. On listening to the arrival of the invaders, everybody moved to a protected distance. So everyone seems to be saved within the lifetime of service. Pakutiya Ashram was frequented by freedom fighters. Pari Mohan was involved with many freedom fighters. He secretly supplied them with shelter and meals.
On August 8, 1971, a bunch of Pakistani raiders together with the Razakars launched a second assault on Pakutiya Satsang Ashram. They entered there firing. Pari Mohan was shot within the abdomen and fell down on the spot. The Pakistani invaders began stabbing the injured Pari Mohan with bayonets to know the information of the liberty fighters. Though his complete physique was wounded by the bayonet, he didn’t open his mouth. At one stage of the torture, he fell into the lap of loss of life. On that day, not solely Pari Mohan, but in addition one other harmless Bengali named Vyamacharan Sharma staying in that ashram was killed by the killers.
After the bloodbath within the ashram, Pakistani forces ransacked the close by homes. Individuals left the realm in panic. Pari Mohan’s physique lay within the ashram for 3 days. Later some locals got here secretly and carried out his final rites.
His son Nat Kishore Aditya wrote about Pari Mohan Aditya within the revised quantity 4 of Smriti 1971 edited by Rashid Hyder and printed by Bangla Academy. Aside from this, liberation conflict researcher Shafiuddin Talukder’s 1971 genocide-Jamuna episode and West Financial institution, Zulfikar Hyder’s historical past and traditions of Ghatail, and Pari Mohan Aditya’s biography of Pari Mohan Aditya in Tangail’s e book Politics and Liberation Conflict. A monument has been erected in entrance of Pakutiya Satsanga Tapovan Vidyalaya in reminiscence of Pari Mohan Aditya. The highway from Pakutia bus stand on Tangail-Mymensingh highway to Satsang Ashram has been named ‘Shaheed Pari Mohan Aditya Street’. No reminiscence or hint of Aditya exists on earth at present, not even a portrait of him has been discovered. After the publication of his writings in Smriti 71 printed by Bangla Academy and from 14 December 1991 to 2000, commemorative postage stamps have been issued with the portrait of the martyred mental in separate stamps yearly. As there is no such thing as a portrait of Martyr mental Pari Mohan Aditya, it was not potential to launch commemorative postage stamps.
As we speak, August 8, Sunday, is the loss of life anniversary of martyred mental Pari Mohan Aditya. Half a century in the past on this present day, Pakistani invaders opened fireplace on Satsang ashrams and doused the ashrams, temples, places of work and residential homes with petrol. He was first shot and kicked, and hacked with bayonets due to the shelter and cooperation of the liberty fighters within the ashram and needed to seek out extra freedom fighters. Nonetheless he didn’t open his mouth. Later, he dragged the hitchhiker and stabbed him with a bayonet and brutally killed the atheist-God-loving man.