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Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani

Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani

Aug 03, 2016

Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani was born on 12 December 1880 at Dhangara village in Sirajganj district of Bangladesh. He was a famous Islamic researcher and political leader. He was serious of the unfair style of the BAKSAL and Awami League government.

Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani remained a rural based politician famous for altruism and unity the demoralized. His long political possession duration was the periods of British India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. The title of Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani is “Maulana”.

Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani is called “The Red Maulana” also. Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani received religious education from Deoband Madrasah between 1907 and 1909. In 1909 he started teaching in a primary school at Kagmaree of Tangail. Form that time Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani worked with political revolutionaries. He announced rebellion against the Christian missionaries in the Sherpur and Netrakona areas of Bangladesh in 1914.

Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani joined the Nationalist party in 1917. After that in 1919 he joined Indian National Congress party. He was arrested in 1920. Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani contributed himself when he discharged in the Khilafat movement. In 1930 Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani joined the Muslim League.

After the end of British rule Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani founded the East Pakistan Awami Muslim League. Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani and Shamsul Huq was the general secretary of this party. At Armanitola of Dhaka he organized the first meeting in 1949. After that ‘All Party Language movement Committee’ was founded by Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani.

Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani established Islamic University, technical education college, girls school and children centre at Santosh. At Kagmari he established Nazrul Islam College and Maulana Mohammad Ali College. Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani also set up at list thirty institute of education in Assam in the earlier period.

At the age of ninety six the great leader Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani died on 17th November in 1976 at Dhaka. His grave is situated at Santosh in Tangail district. Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani was village based, a fire brand, self educated, and doubtful about royally institutions.


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