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Jatir Pita Bangobandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is the founding father of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. He was born on 17th March 1920 and died on 15th August 1975. He is considered to be the driving force behind the independence of Bangladesh. He became a leading figure in and eventually the leader of the Awami League, founded in 1949 as an East Pakistan-based political party in Pakistan. He is credited as an important figure in efforts to gain politician autonomy for East Pakistan and later as the central figure behind the Bangladesh Liberation Movement and the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. On 30 October 2017, UNESCO added the 7th March Speech of Bangobandhu in the Memory of the World Register as a documentary heritage.
This hall was named as Jatir Pita Bangobandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman by Islamic University authority in the name of that eminent politician who dedicated his whole life for the sake of democracy of Bangladesh. Foundation Stone Placed of the hall on the 1st July, 1999. First provost of this hall was Professor Dr. Md. Selim Toha. Accommodation of this hall is 366. For the physical, mental and academic developments, there are dining hall, canteen, gymnasium, common rooms, newspaper room, seminar room, TV room and mosque in the hall. The hall is divided into two sides: Internal Block and International Block. The Internal Block is allocated for Bangladeshi students and the International Block for Foreign students.
It is to be mentioned here that in the 7th March Speech, Bangobandhu announced: “Ebarer Shongram amader muktir shongram, Ebarer shongram shadhinotar Shongram” that was a de facto declaration of Bangladesh's independence is carved in front of the hall. This carved line inspires all to build a "Sonar Bangla of Bangobandhu".
Provost, Jatir Pita Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Hall