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Dhaka, August 26: Textile and Jute Minister Brave Freedom Fighter Golam Dastagir Gazi said that after the killing of Bangabandhu, the freedom fighters could not show their certificates for 21 years.
Dhaka, June 19: The burial places of 20,000 martyred freedom fighters and other freedom fighters will be preserved and developed.
Dhaka, March 20: About 1,246 brave freedom fighters and family members of martyrs living in the Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) area have been felicitated by the DSCC.
Dhaka, February 16: In the first phase, 5,000 brave freedom fighters got 5,000 residences. On Wednesday (February 15), Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina handed over the keys to the heroic freedom fighters.
Dhaka, February 16: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed a firm commitment and said that no freedom fighter will lead an inhumane life while Awami League is in power.
Dhaka, January 21: Ministry of Liberation War Affairs is preserving the bravery of all living freedom fighters. To implement this program, the activities of the 'Bir Kanthe Birgantha' project have already started.
Dhaka, January 16: In the meeting of the Parliamentary Standing Committee related to the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs, it has been urged to complete the construction work of the housing project of insolvent brave freedom fighters within the stipulated time to ensure transparency and accountability.
Dhaka, December 7: Bangladesh Association of Librarians, Information Scientists and Documentalists (BALID) honoured the brave freedom fighters associated with librarians and information services. Recently, this award was given in the seminar room of the Liberation War Museum.
Parliamentary committee demands punishment of those concerned for neglecting to preserve the tombs of the brave freedom fighters
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Nov 18: The Parliamentary Committee has expressed anger over the neglect of the preservation of the graves of martyred freedom fighters and other brave freedom fighters. At the same time, it has been recommended to send a show cause notice to the project concerned for neglecting the responsibilities by identifying the defects in the construction of the boundary of the tomb and installing the name plaque. Besides, the committee has given an opinion to take legal disciplinary action against the responsible persons. It is also recommended that the name plaque construction project be modeled on the Commonwealth War Cemetery.
Dhaka, November 10: Construction of Muktijoddha Complex has been completed in 64 districts and 421 upazilas at a cost of about 153 crore taka and about 1,046 crore taka. This information was informed at the annual development program implementation progress review meeting of the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs on Wednesday (November 9). The meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Minister of Liberation War Affairs AKM Mozammel Haque.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 28: A list of pro-Pakistan MNAs (Members of the National Assembly) and MPAs (Members of the Provincial Assembly) elected in the 1970 general elections will be prepared, along with the Razakars, Al-Badr and Al-Shams forces.
Dhaka, May 27: Liberation War Affairs Minister A K M Mozammel Haque said, "Only those of us who have fought with arms in direct confrontation are not freedom fighters. Those who were pen soldiers, word soldiers, are also freedom fighters. No one can apply for freedom fighter again. No one can be a freedom fighter again. Five hundred or one thousand can be attached only through the decision of the Bureau of Appeal."
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 12: At the invitation of the Government of India, a 25-member delegation led by the heroic freedom fighters is in India to jointly celebrate the golden jubilee of Bangladesh's independence.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 10: Freedom fighters have announced to organize a heroic freedom fighter honour, reception and a gathering of children and teenagers under the name 'Muktijuddher Chetonay Bangladesh' (Bangladesh in the spirit of Liberation War).
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sent gifts to the heroic freedom fighters on the day of Eid. The gift was delivered to the Muktijoddha Complex on Mohammadpur Ghaznabi Road in the capital on Tuesday (May 3) at 9:00 am. On behalf of the Prime Minister, Eid gifts were handed over to the heroic freedom fighters by his Assistant Private Secretary-2 Gazi Hafizur Rahman Liku and Assistant Press Secretary ABM Sarwar-e-Alam Sarkar Jibon.