- February 20, 2017
Salauddin’s fortunes turned out to be better, thanks to the rise of anti-historical forces in the aftermath of Bangabandhu’s assassination in 1975The sentence of death passed on Salauddin Quader Chowdhury is as good a time as any to delve into the stories of the whereabouts of the collaborators of the Pakistan occupation army after the liberation of Bangladesh in December 1971.READ MORE
He was not inclined to verbosity. He was not an orator. It was his organisational abilities which complemented the inspirational leadership of Sheikh Mujibur RahmanTajuddin Ahmad would be 90 years old today.
He was a mere 50 when he died. Yet, in those five brief decades of his life, Tajuddin Ahmad achieved a feat rare in the history of political men. He rose to the peaks of leadership in the brilliance emitted by Bangabandhu and remained there till almost the very end. In between, he managed to pull off what was certainly the most significant success for the Bengali nation, the formation of the very first Bengali government in history and the liberation of Bangladesh.READ MORE