If a person does good deeds from birth to death, no one can ever forget him. For example, if you ever do someone a favor, will that person ever forget you? Nor will he ever forget, because you came to his aid in his critical situation or his need came. There is an unforgettable person in our country that people cannot forget even today.

He was a brave leader, hero of the poor, a skilled businessman and the best politician of all time Mr. Akhtaruzzaman Chowdhury Babu. The spark he has shown since he set foot on the ground of politics will always be unforgettable. Although he died a few years ago, he is still hailed in politics He has a reputation in the mouths of various famous people starting from the common people. Let’s start the discussion.


Born into an aristocratic family, this young man never imagined that he would one day become such a great leader. Like normal children, he grew up in the care of his parents. He was running his studies properly. While studying in Madhyamik, his love for politics suddenly awoke. Although his love for politics was already there.

His main goal was to work for the welfare of the people. His father was also a zamindar and lawyer. In fact, he was somewhat inspired by his father towards the welfare of the country. When he returned to the country after finishing his studies abroad, he joined his elder brother’s business.

But his mind seemed to be stuck in politics. He  joined the Bangladesh Awami League. From then on, his main goal was to follow the ideals of Bangabandhu. At first he was well by his own good deeds. Gradually, as he became more experienced in politics, he set foot in politics. Other politicians were also full of praise for him. Then the great liberation war of Bangladesh started.


Ever since he started his political career, he has shown one surprise after another, in which he has already caught the eye of big famous politicians. Born in Chittagong, this politician seemed to be the aunt of Chittagong. Starting from Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, other famous leaders also started recognizing him. In doing so, his inspiration increased even more.

He showed his brilliance again in the field of the great liberation war. During the war of liberation, he performed various duties of the government starting from small jobs. He flew to India with enough for his country during the war. There he performed various duties of the government of Bangladesh.

In doing so, he spread his reputation internationally. Moreover, he flew to America and London with the aim of building world public opinion abroad. There he played a very important role when the great liberation war was going on in Bangladesh.


After doing so much, he became famous all over Bangladesh. Everyone know him by his name. The great and famous great leaders were praising and glorifying him. After the great leader breathed his last in 2012, President Zillur Rahman and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed deep grief over his death. In a condolence message, Zillur Rahman said the country has lost a veteran politician and social worker. He said his contribution to national development will be unforgettable.


Incumbent Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, “In his death, the Awami League has lost a dedicated leader and the nation has lost a heroic freedom fighter and patriotic politician.’ Under Bangabandhu’s leadership, the nation will forever remember with gratitude for his invaluable contribution to Bangabandhu’s autonomy and liberation war.

He recalled his courageous role in the anti-authoritarian democratic movement after the assassination of Bangabandhu and his family in 1975. He was a guardian and a friend of necessity. They said that his death was an irreparable loss to the freedom fighters.

The Muradpur-Lalkhan Bazar flyover was named “Akhtaruzzaman Chowdhury Flyover” in his memory. Gradually he became a guardian of Chittagong Awami League. His death has not only left the Chittagong Awami League without a guardian, it has created a void in the overall politics. Even though he is not with us today, he is always awake in our hearts.


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