Captain Jahangir’s Sculpture Unveils at Chapainawabganj

He is one of the seven heroes who were awarded the highest military honor of Bangladesh "Bir Shrestha" in recognition of their extreme bravery

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Captain Jahangir unveils sculpture at Chapainawabganj

The Policy Times Dhaka Bureau (02 august) :
Bir Shrestha Captain Mohiuddin Jahangir (7 March 1949 – 14 December 1971) was a martyred freedom fighter who participated in the war of independence of Bangladesh. He is one of the seven heroes who were awarded the highest military honor of Bangladesh “Bir Shrestha” in recognition of their extreme bravery and outstanding heroism in the great liberation war of Bangladesh.

He was an officer of Sector 7 of Mukti Bahini. On 14 December 1971, after the enemy’s defenses were broken on the banks of the river Mahananda in the then Nawabganj sub-division of Rehaichar, the Pakistani forces started firing incessantly. Go ahead without worrying about Captain Jahangir’s life.

When only one enemy position remained, Jahangir was hit in the forehead by an enemy bullet in a bunker charge in a head-on collision. He was martyred. In his honor, the newly constructed road adjacent to the Circuit House in Chapainawabganj was named “Shaheed Birshreshtha Captain Mohiuddin Jahangir”. Sculptures including his biography were unveiled on this road.

Rajshahi Divisional Commissioner unveiled the sculpture at 10 am on Monday. Md. Humayun Kabir.Deputy Commissioner Md. Manjurul Hafeez, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Revenue) Debendranath Orano, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Overall) Md. Zakiul Islam, Sadar Upazila Executive Officer Iffat Jahan and others.

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Captain Jahangir's Sculpture Unveils at Chapainawabganj
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He is one of the seven heroes who were awarded the highest military honor of Bangladesh "Bir Shrestha" in recognition of their extreme bravery
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