Mohiuddin Jahangir

Mohiuddin Jahangir

Mohiuddin Jahangir

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Mohiuddin Jahangir (Bangla: মহিউদ্দীন জাহাঙ্গীর) was a Captain in the Bangladesh Army during the 1971 Liberation War. He was born in 1948 in the village of Rahimgonj under Babugonj upazilla of Barisal district. He was an officer in Sector 7 of the Muktibahini. He was killed in an attempt to break through enemy defence on the bank of the Mahananda River. His initiative seriously undermined the Pakistani Army's resistance in the area but eventually mukti bahini overcame to win the position from Pakistan army. The main gate of Dhaka Cantonment- "Shaheed Jahangir Gate" is named in his honour.

He was awarded the highest recognition of bravery in the Bangladesh Army, Bir Sreshtho for his supreme sacrifice to the nation.

Early life

Mohiuddin Jahangir was born on 8 March 1949 at Rahimganj village under Babuganj upazila in Barisal district. He accomplished his primary education from the primary school of thana Muladi. He achieved scholarship in talent pool in his 5th and 8th grade. He passed his SSC examination from Muladi Mahbudjan High School in 1964. He finished his HSC from the Barisal BM College. In 1967, he got enrolled at the department of Statistics at the University of Dhaka. On 5 October 1967, he joined the armed forces as a cadet at the Pakistan Military Academy. After successfully completing his training with the 15th war course, Jahangir was commissioned in the Corps of Engineers. Later he got posted at 173 Engineer's...
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