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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).

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).

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).

Ministry of Liberation War Affairs publishes names of another 2973 heroic freedom fighters

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).

12,116 heroic freedom fighters placed in third list

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).

Even real freedom fighters are being harassed due to age issues: Appellate Division

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.

1,932 freedom fighters face age issues

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.

Nearly one and a half lakh names in the first list of the heroic freedom fighters

Dhaka, March 26: The government has published the final list of heroic freedom fighters. The list published by the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs contains the names of one lakh 46 thousand 536 heroic freedom fighters. Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque unveiled the list at a press conference on Thursday (March 25).

30,000 indigent freedom fighters to get houses

Dhaka, March 16: The government will build 30,000 houses or 'heroic homes' for the indigent freedom fighters, biranganas, martyred freedom fighters, widows and children of the late freedom fighters. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will give the residences as gifts on the occasion of Mujib Borsho and 50 years of Independence celebrations including enhancing their social status and socio-economic development.

Correction of freedom fighters list by March 15

Dhaka, March 5: The government will release the final list of heroic freedom fighters on March 26. Therefore, the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has given a deadline of March 15 to correct the informational errors of the freedom fighters listed online. On Wednesday (March 3), the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs sent a letter to all the Deputy Commissioners (DCs) and Upazila Nirbahi Officers (UNOs) requesting them to rectify the mistakes of the heroic freedom fighters.

30,000 houses to be built for heroic freedom fighters

Dhaka, March 3: Thirty thousand homes will be built for the indigent freedom fighters. Minister AKM Mozammel Haque said the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs was working on the issue.

Freedom Fighters' draft list to be published on February 15

Dhaka, February 2: The draft list of heroic freedom fighters will be released on February 15, Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque said on Tuesday. It was supposed to be released on the first week of February, the minister had said earlier.

Rally to demand suspension of the screening process of the heroic freedom fighters

Dhaka, january 26: Bir Muktijoddha Oikya Mancha has demanded the postponement of the verification and selection process of the freedom fighters on January 30. At a rally in front of the National Press Club on Tuesday (January 27th), the leaders of the organisation demanded that the Prime Minister suspend the screening process.