DOT Desk:  With public projection of archival film material of the 1971 Bangladesh liberation war, Indian National Congress is set to take the memory of creation of Bangladesh to the whole country. In a bid to use the golden jubilee of the iconic war identified with Indira Gandhi to revive its stock among the people, the main opposition party of India will also hold seminars in the district level, reports The Daily Sun. Party President Sonia Gandhi, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi and party General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi will take part in many programmes, sources confirmed. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has already invited Gandhi family to participate in the 50th celebration of Bangladesh liberation scheduled to be held in Dhaka.
But their travel plan has not been finalised so far.
 Sources said the party has readied the blueprint of the yearlong celebration programmes to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1971 war, overseen by an AICC committee headed by former defence minister AK Antony and comprising veterans like Chief minister of Punjab Amarinder Singh, former speaker Meira Kumar and convenor Pravin Davar and daughter of former President Pranab Mukherjee Sharmistha Mukherjee.
 With the idea of ensuring a mass connect over the 1971 war, Congress will hold conventions in every district of the country.