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সর্ব-শেষ হাল-নাগাদ: ১৬ August ২০১৪

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We have attained independent land Bangladesh at the paramount cost of millions of invaluable lives. One of the biggest and most heart rendering genocide in the world history took place in our unfortunate mother land. The erstwhile autocratic and cruel Pakistani rulers, their military forces along with their local agents and collaborators namely RAZAKAR, AL-BADRE, AL-SAMS were responsible for this terrible massacre. Since the terrible dark night of march 1971 the jewel of intellectual society and innumerable people of Bangladesh, too fell helpless of such brutal cruelty.

People all walk of life of this land at the call of great leader Banga Bandhu Sheikh Majibur Rahman came down to fight against military force of Pakistan. War of liberation started. The war territory of Bangladesh were divided into 11 (eleven) sectors. Each sector was controlled by a sector commander. The honorable sector  commanders and their areas of operation  are as follows :-

Sector No

Name of  sector  commanders

Sector areas

01

Rafiqul Islam

Chittagong & Chittagong Hill Tract

02

Khaled Mosharraf

Noakhali, Comilla & part of Dhaka

03

K. M. Shafiullah

Kishoregonj, part of Sylhet

04

C. R. Dutta

 part of Sylhet

05

Mir Showkat Ali

Lakhai of Sylhet

06

M. K. Bashar

Rangpur & Thakurgoan

07

Nazmul Haque/Kazi Nuruzzaman

Razshahi, Pabna, Bogra

08

Abu Osman Chowdhury

Jessore, Kustia,Faridpur

09

Md. Jalil Miah

Barisal & Khulna

10

Navy Commanders

All Sea & River Area

11

Abu Taher/A.Aziz/Hamidullah Khan

Tangail, Mymensing other than Kishoreganj

           

Apart from above 11 (eleven) sectors following  3(three) forces were constituted:-

Forces

Name of  force Leaders

Constituted by

“ Z”

Lt. Colonel Ziaur Rahman

1st, 3rd,8th East Benble Regiment & 2nd field artilary

“K”

Lt. Colonel Khaled Mosharraf

4th, 9th,10th East Benble Regiment with 1st Mujib

“S”

K. M. Shafiullah

2nd & 11th  East Benble Regiment

 Moreover there were 6 (six) BAHINEES(groups)as follows:-

BAHINEES

Name of BAHINEE’s Leaders

 BAHINEE’s areas

Mujib (BLF)

 

 

Kaderia

Kader Sfddiqi

Tangail

Afser

Afser

Bhaluka,

Halim

A .Halim

Manikganj

Hamayet

Hamayet Uddin

Barisal

Motaleb

Motaleb

Sunamganj

 

Colonel  M.A.G.Osmani led the liberation war. Fifteen million armed freedom fighters took part in the liberation war. Eight million were recruited by 35 youth training centre under the supervision of Mujib Nagar Government in India. Many of valiant and heroic  freedom fighters sacrificed their lives, innumerable were injured and many of whom lost their limbs for ever.

The heroic performance of the freedom fighter were graded in 4 categories with different titles . These are Bir-shresta, Bir-Uttam, Bir-bikram and Bir-pratik. Bir-shresta the most prestigious title is awarded among 7(seven) martyred freedom fighters. They are:-

01

Sepoy Mostafa Kamal

02

Sepoy Hamidur Rahman

03

Nike Munshi Abdur Rouf

04

Lanse Nike Nur Mohammed Sheikh

05

Captain Mohiuddin Jahangir

06

Flight Lieutenant Motiur Rahman

07

E.R.A.Ruhul Amin

 

Just before the end of liberation war the collaborators of Pakistani army namely RAZAKAR, AL-BADRE, AL-SAMS choose the brilliant and intellectuals of the country and extinguished their valuable lives with devilish cruelty ever heard and seen anywhere. Among them there were educationists, literateurs, journalists, politicians, musicians,   renowned businessmen and other important personalities.  

Pakistani army their collaborators namely RAZAKAR, AL-BADRE, AL-SAMS tried their level best to defeat freedom fighters but failed. Pakistani army general Niazi acknowledged the defeat and surrendered with it’s all forces to the freedom fighters and allied Indian forces on 16.12.1971 at the vicinity of Race Course Maidan Dhaka. The war of liberation was ended through joint agreement signed by general Niazi on the Pakistani side and general J,S. Arora on the Indian side where renowned freedom fighters were present.

To commemorate the pride and glory of liberation war several monuments, sculptures, statue were built throughout the country, Among those National Memorial at savar, Aparajoy Bangla at university of dhaka, Mass Burial spot at jagannath hall of dhaka university,  killing spot memorial at Royer Bazar dhaka, Shikha Anirban at  Race Course Maidan Dhaka, declaration of liberation from Kalurghat betar kendra at chittagong are remarkable.

The sacrifice of freedom fighters who fought, injured, lost their limbs and martyred is not  payable. The grateful nation and the government of Bangladesh decided to do something for the wellbeing  of the injured freedom fighters and martyred families. A corporate body named Bangladesh Freedom Fighters’ Welfare Trust ( BFFWT ) was established In the year 1972  under the president order 94 for the welfare and rehabilitation  of the war injured freedom fighters and martyred families.

BFFWT is the unique organization that simultaneously runs business as well as looks after the interest of  war injured freedom fighters and martyred families . It bears expenditures of wheel chairs, artificial limbs, medicines, educational allowances, daughter’s marriage allowance, burial expenditures of war injured freedom fighters and martyred families. BFFWT also distributes state honorarium among  war  injured freedom fighters and martyred families.

Bangladesh Freedom Fighters’ Welfare Trust ( BFFWT ) as a corporate body  was established In the year 1972  under the president order 94 for the welfare and rehabilitation of  the war injured freedom fighters and martyred families. BFFWT was firstly  under the control of ministry of Relief and Rehabilitation up to 04/04/1982 , thereafter it was under ministry of defense up to 22/10/2001. Now it has been being controlled by ministry of liberation war affairs since 23/10/2001.

             Board of trustees (BOT) is the supreme authority of BFFWT. All decisions taken by BOT are implemented by the managing director of BFFWT. There are four divisions ( i-Welfare, ii-Industry, iii-Finance and iv-Administration) in BFFWT. Deputy secretary label officers are posted on deputation by  the government  as the Director of each division. Managing director of BFFWT perform all activities with the help of four directors. BFFWT is run under the guidance and direction of  the Executive Committee and Board of Trustees. Now management committee is not  active

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