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100 freedom fighters to get medical treatment in India, ministry asks for applications

Dhaka, November 9: Medical services will be provided to 100 heroic freedom fighters in India. For this reason, the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has called for the applications of the freedom fighters. This information has been given in the press release of the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs on Monday.

Wife seeks blessings for former minister and freedom fighter AK Khandker

Dhaka, October 30: Deputy Commander of the Liberation War and former minister AK Khandker, Biruttam, has been admitted to hospital with serious illness. He was admitted to the ICU of the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in Dhaka. His wife, Farida Khandker, who confirmed on Friday (October 29) morning, said the former lawmaker was taken to hospital around 12:00 am on Thursday due to severe shortness of breath. Later he was moved to the ICU.

Writ to add the issue of Liberation War, freedom fighters in the constitution

Dhaka, October 28: A writ has been filed in the High Court to link the issues of the great liberation war and freedom fighters in the constitution.

Remains of martyred freedom fighters buried in West Bengal and Tripura to be repatriated

Dhaka, Oct 18, 2021: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan has said that the graves of the martyred freedom fighters who were buried in the Indian states of West Bengal and Tripura during the liberation war will be identified and brought back to the country.

Parliamentary committee recommends silver medals for freedom fighters

Dhaka, October 11: The parliamentary committee has recommended to give silver medals to all the heroic freedom fighters of the country in recognition of their participation in the great liberation war. The recommendation was made at a meeting of the parliamentary committee on the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs held at the Sangsad Bhaban on Sunday (October 10).

Standing Committee recommends digital certificates for heroic freedom fighters

Dhaka, September 9: The Standing Committee of the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has recommended to provide digital certificates, digital identity cards and a medal to the heroic freedom fighters, so that they can avail all the facilities announced by the government without any hindrance. The recommendation was made at the 21st meeting held at the Parliament House on Wednesday (September 8).

Medical grants of the heroic freedom fighters increased, scope of assistance decreased

Dhaka, September 6: The amount of medical grant for the heroic freedom fighters increased from the lease income of the government markets. However, with this money, the scope of assistance to the freedom fighters has decreased.

1,83,560 gazetted freedom fighters in the country

Dhaka, September 4: The number of gazetted freedom fighters in the country is 1,83,560 people. Liberation War Affairs Minister AQM Mozammel Haque made the remarks in response to a question from Nurunnabi Chowdhury, a ruling party MP from Bhola-3 constituency, during a question-and-answer session at the 14th session of the 11th National Assembly on Saturday (September 4).

21 women recognised as freedom fighters

Dhaka, September 1: Twenty-one more women who were tortured by the Pakistani forces and their allies in the war of liberation were recognized as freedom fighters. The government has issued a gazette on August 24 recognizing these heroic freedom fighters. The Biranganas (female freedom fighters) got this recognition as per the decision of the 75th meeting of the National Freedom Fighters Council (Jamuka). With this, the number of Biranganas recognized as heroic freedom fighters stood at 438.

Liberation War Affairs Minister requests India to hand over memorial house of the Mujibnagar government in Kolkata

Dhaka, August 30: Liberation War Affairs Minister AQM Mozammel Haque has requested India to hand over the memorial house of the Mujibnagar government formed during the Great Liberation War to Bangladesh. The minister made the request when Indian High Commissioner to Dhaka Vikram Kumar Doraiswami visited the Liberation War Affairs Ministry office in Dhaka on Sunday (August 29). This information was given in a notification of the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs.

Muktijoddhas don't need to go to social service office for allowance

Dhaka, 22 August 2021: Heroic freedom fighters no longer have to go to the social service office for allowance.

Government announces "Liberation War Award"

Dhaka, August 10: The government has introduced the 'Liberation War Award' in recognition of the important contribution of individuals and organizations or organizations in the great Liberation War, preservation of the memory of the Liberation War and development of consciousness. The Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has made 'Liberation War Award Policy-2021' to give this medal. A notification of the policy has been issued, according to a press release issued by the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs on Monday (August 9).

Former Principal Secretary to Prime Minister and Freedom Fighter SA Samad dies

Dhaka, July 29: Former Private Secretary to Bangabandhu and former Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, Dr Syed Abdus Samad, has passed away. (Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajeun). He breathed his last at his residence in Baridhara in the capital on Wednesday afternoon. He was 79 years old. Dr Samad was a bachelor.

Eid: Prime Minister Hasina sends gifts to heroic freedom fighters

Dhaka, July 22: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sent gifts to the families of war-wounded and martyred freedom fighters. On the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha, she sent fruits and sweets to the heroic freedom fighters living at the War Wounded Freedom Rehabilitation Center (Freedom Fighter Tower-1) on Ghaznabi Road in Mohammadpur on Wednesday (July 21).

12 UK expats recognised as freedom fighters

Dhaka, July 20: In recognition of their special contribution to the formation of world public opinion for the independence of Bangladesh, the government has recognized 12 expatriates in the United Kingdom at that time (1971) as freedom fighters. On 13 July, a notification was issued by the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs recognizing them as freedom fighters. Later on Sunday (July 18) it was published in the form of a gazette. Earlier, the decision was taken at the 74th meeting of the National Freedom Fighters Council.