Bangladesh Awami League will observe the historic six-point day on Monday to mark the launching of the charter by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1966.
A press release from the ruling party said it will pay homage at the portrait of Bangabandhu at the historic Bangabandhu Bhaban premises at Dhanmondi at 9 am.
The party will hoist the national and party flags on the premises of the central office in Dhaka and its offices across the country.
Obaidul Quader, general secretary of Awami League, has urged all to unitedly build a developed, prosperous and welfare state under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
He also instructed all party and associate body leaders, activists, followers to observe the day maintaining the proper Covid-19 health protocols.
Bangabandhu launched his historic six-point movement, known as a charter of freedom for Bengalis, for greater autonomy for then-East Pakistan in 1966.
The movement was a turning point in Bangladesh's struggle for independence and freedom from Pakistani colonial domination.