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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).
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.
Dhaka, July 4, 2021: 153 more people have died in the last 24 hours due to the epidemic coronavirus (Covid-19) in the country, which is the highest in a single day.�
Dhaka:Heroic freedom fighter Fazal-e-Khoda (71) passed away at around 4 am on Sunday
Dhaka, June 28: A valiant freedom fighter who was wrongfully sacked from the Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE) in 1982, was on Monday finally acquitted, nearly 10 years after he filed a writ with the High Court for his rights.
Dhaka, June 25: The Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has published a comprehensive list of names of heroic freedom fighters. In the fourth list, the names of 2,973 heroic freedom fighters from 55 upazilas of eight divisions have been published after the regularization of the civilian gazette that was made without the approval of the National Freedom Fighters Council (Jamuka).
Dhaka, June 21: From July, the honorarium of every heroic freedom fighter will be increased to Tk 20,000, said Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque. The minister was speaking as the chief guest at the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed Dhaka District Muktijoddha Complex building in the capital on Sunday (June 20). At present the monthly allowance of the heroic freedom fighters is Tk 12,000.
Delhi, June 15: Fifty years after the historic War of Liberation, that helped a land shed the tag of East Pakistan and led to the birth of Bangladesh, the Indian government has decided to declassify all documents pertaining to the freedom struggle.
Dhaka, June 8: The Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has published the names of 12,116 heroic freedom fighters (muktijoddhas) from 388 upazilas in eight divisions. The list was published on Monday (June 7).
Dhaka, June 7: The Ministry of Liberation War has issued a notification cancelling the state titles of four Bangabandhu killers. Now it will be published in gazette form.
Dhaka, May 10: The Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has released the second part of the final list of names of heroic freedom fighters. It contains the names of 6,988 heroic freedom fighters from eight divisions. This list can be found on the website of the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs. This information was given by the ministry on Sunday (May 9).
Dhaka, April 23: The Appellate Division has commented that real freedom fighters are being harassed in many cases due to age differences. The Appellate Division, headed by Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain, made the remarks on Thursday (April 22nd) in a case involving the withholding of allowances of some freedom fighters.
Dhaka, April 21: According to the date of birth of the National Identity Card (NID), the minimum age condition of 1,932 heroic freedom fighters is not being fulfilled. Therefore, the government has given time till May 10 to amend the NID of these freedom fighters.
Dhaka, April 17: President Md. Abdul Hamid on Mujibnagar Day called upon the people to fulfill their respective responsibilities in building the country inspired by the spirit of liberation war. He made the call in a message on the occasion of the historic 'Mujibnagar Day' on April 17.
Dhaka, April 5: Two festival allowances at the rate of Tk 10,000 per annum will be given to the heroic freedom fighters and at the same time two thousand rupees will be given to the families of the heroic freedom fighters, war wounded heroic freedom fighters and martyred heroic freedom fighters as Bengali New Year allowance. In addition, five thousand taka will be given as a great Victory Day allowance to the survivors of the title-winning, war-wounded and martyred freedom fighters.