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After being released from Dhaka Central jail, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman accompanied by his father Sheikh Lutfar Rahman, Shamsul Huq, Yar Mohammed Khan and others on the way to attend the Awami League worker’s meeting (June 26, 1949).
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, a young football player. Front row third from left (1940).
Sheikh Mujib lived in room 24 of Baker Government Hostel while studying at the Islamia College (now Maulana Azad College) in Kolkata (1946). His room has been transformed into a museum to commemorate his memory.
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the young student leader (standing at the back) and Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy with Mahatma Gandhi in Kolkata. They were there to support Mahatma Gandhi’s protest against the Hindu-Muslim communal riots (1947).
Sheikh Mujib taking his fellow compatriot Shawkat Ali to hospital, who was injured by a police attack in front of the secretariat during a demonstration demanding Bangla as one of the State languages of Pakistan (1948).
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, popular public leader of Pakistan attends Asia & Pacific Rim Peace Conference held in Beijing, China from 2-12 October, 1952.
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman addressing a rally organized by Awami Muslim League at Armanitola Maidan (ground) (May, 1953).
Chief Minister Sher-e-Bangla A.K. Fazlul Huq administering oath to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as one of the Cabinet members, soon after the historic victory of the United Front (May 15, 1954).
United Front Cabinet members - in the bottom row from left, Khairat Hossain, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Sher-e-Bangla A.K. Fazlul Huq, Ataur Rahman Khan, Saratchandra Majumdar, Mahmud Ali. In the top row from right, M. Mansur Ali, Dhirendranath Dutta, Mashiur Rahman, Monoranjan Dhar and Abdur Rahman Khan (1954).
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