Mohiuddin Ahmed

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Template:Infobox Politician Mohiuddin Ahmed (1 January 1938[1]Template:Failed verification – 4 January 2000),[1] popularly known as 'Mohiuddin from Rajshahi' (রাজশাহীর মহিউদ্দিন), was a Language Movement leader, a freedom fighter, a leftist politician and ex student leader of East Pakistan and Bangladesh.[1][2]

He was a former student of Rajshahi Collegiate School, Rajshahi College,[no citations needed here] and University of Dhaka.[3] He was a student leader of a left-leaning independent political organization called East Pakistan Students Union,[4] which is currently known as Bangladesh Students Union.[5] He was arrested by police in 1952 for his involvement in Language Movement.[6] He was one of the front leaders of Education Movement of Pakistan of 1962.[4] Later he joined National Awami Party (NAP) (Bhasani) led by Moulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani.[5]Template:Request quotation As an organizer, he actively took part in the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971.[6]

Childhood and education

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Early political career

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EPSU, Dhaka University and colorful political career

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Marriage and Liberation War of Bangladesh

Ahmed married Raihan Akhter Banu Roni, a political leader, on 30 August 1970, just few months before the commencement of the Liberation War of Bangladesh.[no citations needed here]