Raja Tridev Roy

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Raja Tridiv Roy (born 14 May 1933) is a former Raja of the Chakma tribe in the Chittagong Hill Tracts region of Bangladesh who chose to remain a Pakistani when Bangladesh was created in 1971. He is also a writer, religious leader and politician in Pakistan.


His son, Raja Debashish Roy is the current ruler of the Chakma people.


Before 1971

Raja Tridiv Roy is a former Chakma king who has served as a minister in Government of Pakistan. He sided with Pakistan in 1971 Liberation war. Even after the independence of Bangladesh, he remained in Pakistan.

After 1971

Roy lives in Islamabad and is a federal minister for life.More details about personal life and family of Raja Tridiv Roy can be found in a memoirs titled The Departed Melody with the author in Islamabad. Raja Tridiv Roy also served as Pakistan's ambassador to Argentina. The High Commissioner of Sri Lanka, General Srilal Weerasooriya, on behalf of the President, had conferred the emblems of the Sri Lankan Ranjana National Award on Federal Minister Raja Tridiv Roy in 2005.


Roy leads the Buddhist community of the country, the All Pakistan Buddhist Association.


Among other books, Raja Tridiv Roy has published his memoirs entitled The Departed Melody. The book begins with the history and...
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