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I would like to inform you that Md. Siddiquer Rahman, son of late Golam Ali Molla, village-Gaoghora, post-Hashimpur, sub.district-Sadar, district-Jessore, Bangladesh (contact no. +8801711272110), is a real freedom fighter. The Bangladesh Gazette has enrolled in his name as a real freedom fighter with the serial no. 377. He has
been certified as a real freedom fighter by the ex-president and prime ministers of Bangladesh – Alhadj Hussain Muhammad Ershad, Sheikh Hasina, Begum Khaleda Zia. Government and non-government organizations have declared him as the youngest freedom fighter of Bangladesh. Tanvir Mokammel, an internationally renowned film director from Bangladesh, has taken Siddiquer so and given him the place of the youngest freedom fighter in his ‘’Smrity-1971’’ (Memory-1971), a documentary film
regarding the liberation war of Bangladesh. Besides, magazines published from the Women and Child Ministry as well as the Health and Family Planning Ministry of Bangladesh have published Siddiquer Rahman’s biography as a kid freedom fighter. The district commissioner of Jessore has sent an application to the Freedom Fighter Ministry with a view to declaring Siddiquer to the nation widely as the youngest Freedom fighter of the country. 


One of the government radio programmes broadcast centers situated at Khulna, Bangladesh, has broadcast his interview on December ‘07
as a kid freedom fighter. Non-government organizations as well as 30-35 national and local newspapers have published important news and documents as well as reports with pictures.





Children of many countries in the world fought for their freedom, rights and country such as Palestain, Vietnam, Bangladesh etc. But we are talking about such a kid who joined the liberation war of Bangladesh only at the age of 10 years and 9 months when he was only in class 5. He joined the war for rescuing his motherland and the national anthem.


 He wanted to have training from the liberation war camp in the neighbouring country India. So, he entered India crossing the country border. He set himself at the soldier selection
queue in the Chapabaria Liberation War Camp-1, India. For he was a kid, the authority made him out of line. He started crying. Siddiquer’s brother-in-law, Jahatap, was the commender of compani-B of that camp. Jahatap requested to take the kid in
the war; the company accepted so. The kid, Siddiquer Rahman, was sent to Barakpur Liberation War Camp for the next training after finishing primary training at Chapabaria. Same thing happened; he was outline for being a kid and started crying. The Almighty helped again. Another brother-in-law, commander Khowaj, was very close to the Indian army captain, Mukharji. The request of commander Khowaj was granted and Siddiquer was permitted to have the training from that company. 

He was sent later to the Birbhum Cantonment for higher and the final training. He finished all his
training very successfully and returned to Bangladesh at Chowgasa sub.district of Jessore district. 


He joined a direct war against the oppressor Pakistani army on the bank of a river situated at Kashipur country border, village-Dhuliani. That war gave many fighters martyrdom including Siddiquer’s elder brother and uncle; but Allah
showed mercy – kid Siddiquer jumped into the river and became able to be alive.



Siddiquer Rahman’s house was totally destroyed in fire by the violent oppressor force. His father was tortured by the Rajakars (so called The Betrayers of own country) and died soon for this at the post liberation period.



Md. Siddiquer Rahman has obtained his Bachelor of Arts (B.A. Honours) and Master of Arts (M.A.) in 1980 & 1982 from Rajshahi University, Bangladesh. He did jobs at Bangladesh Bank, Bangladesh Railway. He was once a professor of a college of Jessore.


At present he is performing his job at Monirampur sub.district, Jessore, Bangladesh as Upzilla Family Planning Officer (Sub.district Family Planning Officer). He has attained much success in his service – serially 3 times (2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07) he got the
national prizes from the honourable prime minister of the People’s Republic Bangladesh at the population concerning sector. He traveled Malaysia and Indonesia offered by government. He has a son. He is the proud member of a freedom fighter family.



As the youngest freedom fighter in the country there have been published many stories, histories, news, treatises and features on his life-story about the Liberation War of Bangladesh.


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A report was published on this very website about this honourable man at 25/08/09

http://istiqur.blogspot.com/2009/08/youngest-freedom-fighter-of-bangladesh.html 



As we have collected more information about him, we are dedicating A Special Page of this InfoGiant website to his Biography and information!



We are presenting a dedicated Web Gallery for such a Freedom Fighter of The People's Republic of Bangladesh -
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List of Freedom Fighters of Bangladesh, trained in Rampurhat Cantonment, Beerbhum district, India.




































































































































































































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Hope you enjoyed ! There are more photos we have collected recently - we are exhibiting those informative pictures on our 


SECOND WEB GALLERY 
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Please, click the following Link to get directly there, Thank you.

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