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Law to be enacted to make list of Razakars, other anti-liberation elements

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, January 18: A laws will be enacted to make the list of Razakars, Al-Badr, Al-Shams and other anti-liberation elements of Bangladesh. The cabinet has given final approval to draft the new National Freedom Fighters Council Act, 2022, empowering the National Freedom Fighter Council (Jamuka) to make a list of them and recommend them to the government for publication in the Gazette.

Freedom fighters do not have the opportunity to re-enlist

Dhaka, February 5: Thousands of people are still contacting various offices for new names to be included in the list of freedom fighters. There are allegations against officials taking money from them in the name of getting their names on the list. It is mostly taking place in rural areas, however, the government is yet to take a decision on enlisting the heroic freedom fighters anew.

Government thinking of listing allies of freedom fighters

Dhaka, January 18: The government is thinking of listing the people who helped the freedom fighters during the Liberation War in 1971. After the list of freedom fighters is finalised, it will be considered whether the list of freedom fighters' associates can be made, said Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque.

Change in the time of verification of heroic freedom fighters

Dhaka, January 6: The date of verification and selection of civilian gazettes published by the heroic freedom fighters has been changed again without the approval of the National Freedom Fighters Council (Jamuka). Verification and selection work will be done on January 30 instead of January 9.

Jatiyo Muktijoddha Council cancels 30 freedom fighters’ certificates

Dhaka, October 27: The government has cancelled the certificates of 30 more people. Their certificate has been revoked on the recommendation of the Jatiyo Muktijoddha Council (Jamuka) as there was no evidence to support their participation in the liberation war. The certificate has been cancelled and the gazette has been issued on 18 October. This was recommended at the 68th meeting of Jamuka.