Our mother country is named Bangladesh. Its area is 1,47,570 square kilometers and the population is approximately 16 million. This country is full of numerous rivers and natural beauty. This country was under the control of the British for 190 years and Pakistan's 23 years. India and Pakistan created two states through the Indian Independence Act of 1947. On 14 August, the English transferred power and left the country. During this time, Bangladesh became a province of Pakistan. Whose name is East Bengal Since then Pakistanis started torture, torture and discrimination against the Bengali people. As part of this they hit the mother tongue of Bangaliese. The mother tongue of 56 percent of the whole of Pakistan, while ignoring Bengali, has been planning to declare Urdu as the state language of Pakistan. The Bengalis did not agree to accept it. The entire wave of movement in East Bengal takes place. In 1952, students of all classes, including workers, came to the streets demanding mother tongue Bengali. In the face of the movement, Pakistanis were forced to accept the demands. In 1956, the Constitution adopted Bangla as the state language. Under the leadership of Bundanudhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the Awami League won 167 seats out of the 313 seats in the entire Pakistan, in the election of the military rule of 1958, the Education Movement of 1962, the 6-point movement of 1966, and the general election in 1970 under martial law. Earns a goodwill. But General Yahya Khan's military junta did not spare the power. Rather, the Pakistani occupation forces started genocide in Bangladesh on the night of 25 March 1971. The only purpose of the brutal massacre was to break the dream of independence of independence. On the eve of the genocide, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu arrested Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Before his arrest, he sent a declaration of independence, calling for his liberation war of Bangladesh. All the people of the country responded to Bangabandhu's call. The bloody freedom war started. The wave of this war takes place in Kotchandpur area. From this area, students, teachers, peasants and all the people of the profession have been jumping in the liberation war to keep the country-maternal enemy free. This region appears as an important area in the liberation war. Being in Jessore Cantonment and India as a border area in this region, it becomes a target of the army and the freedom fighters.
March 25, Thursday In the evening 5'45 minutes, Yahya Khan also cut down from the presidential house in the city. Yahya Khan's carrier flew to Dhaka secretly for the purpose of Karachi. By 7:45 pm, it was known that Yahya Khan left Dhaka and went to Karachi. Meanwhile, 107 infantry brigade and an artillery regiment of occupation force was staying in Jessore. 1 East Bengal Regiment was the only Bengali unit of 107 infantry brigade. The Wintite was engaged in joint venture training in Soldier in Chaugacha. On 25th March this battalion was ordered to return to cantonment. At the end of the 29th March, 1 East Bengal Regiment came back to cantonment. The Bengali soldiers of Jessore Cantonment declared mutiny on 29 March. The rebellion led by Lieutenant Hafeez was organized. Then there were 3000 soldiers and 3000 soldiers of Bengali soldiers 1300. More than half of these Bengali soldiers were kept in a camp in Jagdish area away from Cantonment. This camp was called Bima no 1, in the current words E.P., and Camp. On March 27th, they called for the cantonment and captured the keys of all the rifles and arsenal and were arrested. But they fought with the Punjabi soldiers in the middle of the night and took arms. They also snatched the weapons of Jagadishpur camp and set up a bog in Kotchandpur. Thousands of people came to see them crowding. They asked for public support in the freedom struggle and whoever has the weapons, to submit to the local police station. April 1st Kushtia is completely free. At this time, a large number of soldiers were staying in Kushtia and the remaining troops headed towards Jhenaidah, some soldiers of Magura, some soldiers, Bakhtakhali south of Jhenaidah and some soldiers were at Kotchandpur. The purpose is to block all the way from going forward to enemies from Jessore to the north.
On April 15, 1971, Khan soldiers came from Jessore to Kaliganj, Kotchandpur, Khalishpur, towards Himmeshpur. The Pak army initially disrupted all the resistance of the freedom fighters. So, after the occupation of Jessore Sennibus by the Pak army, Jhenaidah took control in the afternoon of 16th April. The Meherpur area of Kushtia district was freed of enemy and considering safety, the oath ceremony of Mujibnagar government was held on 17th April in the presence of local and foreign journalists. Through this, official activities of the Bangladesh government started. In 1971, the Prime Minister of the elected government Tajuddin Ahmed divided Ranangon into 11 sectors to strengthen and strengthen Bangladesh's liberation war. In each sector, one captain was appointed to serve the war. Coatchandpur sector 8 was included. The sector was headed by Major Abu Osman Chowdhury (till August 71) and Major M. A, Manzur (from September to December). Within this sector, the Cooperapandpur Bannpur was under sub-sector. The sub-sector carried out activities like the other areas of the freedom fighters. In June, July and August, the freedom fighters keep such mines on the roads and railroads of Darshana, Jibanagar, Hasadah, Khalishpur, Kotchandpur, Carpasdanga, Dattanagar, Kaliganj etc.