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Members of the Central Peace Committee
« on: August 07, 2012, 05:17:32 AM »

Members of the Central Peace Committee

1. Khwaja Khairuddin Leader of the Pakistan Muslim League.
2. A. G. M. Shafiqul Islam Advocate, Lahore High Court. Has business in Bangladesh.
3. Gholam Azam Residing illegally in Bangladesh; Former Ameer of the Jamaat-e-Islami.
4. Moulana Syed Mohammad Leading member of the Central Majlis of the Bangladesh Ittehadul Ummah.
5. Mahmud Ali State Minister for Social Welfare, Government of Pakistan.
6. M. A. K. Rafiqul Islam No information.
7. Abdul Jabbar Khaddar Died of natural causes after liberation.
8. Yusuf Ali Chowdhury (Mohan Miah) Died of natural causes during the Liberation War.
9. Abut Kashem Died of natural causes after liberation.
10. Ghulam Sarwar Leader of the Jamaati organization in London, the Dawatul Islam: Director of the
London-based Islamic Institute.
11. Syed Azizul Huq (Nanna Miah) Leader of the Jatiyo Party, and member of Parliament.

12. A. S. M. Solaiman Chairman, Bangladesh Krishak Sramik Party.
13. Pir Mohsenuddin (Dudu Miah) Vice-Chairman, Bangladesh Democratic League
14. Sharq Rahman Chairman, Islamic Democratic League
15. Major (Rtd) Afsaruddin Convenor, Bangladesh Ganatantra Bastabayan Parishad; Chairman,
National Democratic Party; former presidential candidate.
16. Syed Mohsin Ali Industrialist; former Chairman Stock Exchange; former Director, I. F. I. C. Bank.
17. Fazlul Huq Chowdhury Died of natural causes after liberation.
18. Mohd. Sirajuddin Industrialist; Chairman of the Dhaka City Muslim League.
19. Advocate A. T. Sadi Retired advocate of the Bangladesh Supreme Court.
20. Advocate Ataul Huq Khan Vice?Chairman, Bangladesh Muslim League.
21. Maqbulur Rahman Industrialist.
22. Al-Hajj Mohammad Aqil Acting Chairman, Bangladesh Nezam-e-Islami.
23. Principal Ruhul Quddus Member of the Central Working Committee, Jamaat-e-Islami.
24. Nuruzzaman Industrialist; Director Islamic Development Bank.
25. Moulana Miah Mafizul Huq Member, Central Majlis, Bangladesh Ittehadul Ummah.
26. Advocate Abu Salek Senior Advocate, Bangladesh Supreme Court.
27. Advocate Abdun Naim Died of natural causes after liberation.
28. Moulana Siddique Ahmed Member, Central Majlis, Bangladesh Ittehadul Ummah.
29. Abdul Matin Secretary-General,Bangladesh Muslim League.

30. Banister Akhtaruddin Ahmed Resident in Saudi Arabia; Adviser Saudia International Law
31. Toaha Bin Habib Industrialist; member Central Majlis-e-Shuca, Bangladesh Khelafat Andolan.
32. Hakim Irtezaur Rahman Akhunzada Died of natural causes after liberation.
33. Raja Tridev Roy Doing business at Karachi.
34. Faiz Bakhsh Chairman, Bangladesh Muslim League
I I . Leaders of the Central Peace and WelfareCouncil

1. Moulana Farid Ahmed Disappeared immediately after liberation.
2. Nuruzzaman Former Director Imam Training Course, Islamic Foundation.
3. Moulana Abdul Mahnan Former Minister for Religious Affairs.
4. Julmat Ali Khan Vice-Chairman, B. N. P.
5. A. K. M. Mujibul Huq Industrialist.
6. Firoz Ahmed No information.
I I I . Members of the Malek Cabinet
1. Abul Kashem
Died of natural causes after liberation.
2. Nawazish Ahmed
Chairman, Bangladesh Muslim League.

3. A. S. M. Solaiman
(Member also Central Peace
Committee)
Chairman, Bangladesh Krishal Sramik Party.
4. Obaidullah Majumdar
Member, Central Majlis-e-Shu
Bangladesh Khelafat Andolan.
5. Abbas Ali Khan
Member, Jamaat-e-Islam
6. Moulana A. K. M. Yusuf
Former Secretary-General, Jamaat-e-Islami.
7. Moulana Ishak
Member Majlis-e-Shura, Bangladesh Khelafat Andolan.
8. Shamsul Huq
No information.
9. Jasimuddin Ahmed
Died of natural causes after liberation

10. Akhtamddin Ahmed
(Also member central Peace
Committee)
Resident in Saudi, Adviser Saudia International Law.
11. Aung Shwe Prue
Chowdhury
Former Minister.
12. A. M. Mushan;af Hussain Secretary General, Islamic Democratic League.
13. Mujibur Rahman
Chief, Bangladesh-Saudi Friendship Society.
I V. East Pakistanis W ho Met Yahya Khan
1. Hamidul Huq Chowdhury Owner, Observer Group of Industries.
2. Mahmud Ali
Slate Minister for Social Welfare, Pakistan
(Also member Central Peace
Committee)
3. Dr. Syed Sajjad Hussain
Former Professor, King Abdul Aziz University,
Saudi Arabia.
At present residing in Bangladesh.
4. Justice Nurul Islam
Vice-President of Bangladesh.
5. Dr. Qazi Din Muhammed Professor, Department of Bengali, Dhaka University
V. Bengali Members of the Pakistan U. N.
Delegation
1. Shah Azizur Rahman
Former Chairman, B. N. P. (Shah Aziz Group)
2. Julmat Ali Khan
Vice-Chairman, B. N. P
3. Razia Faiz
Vice-Chairman, Bangladesh Muslim League.
4. Dr. Fatima Sadeque
Living a retired life in Bangladesh.
5. A. T. Sadi
Retired Advocate, Bangladesh Supreme Court.
VI . Liaison Offices of the Central Peace Committee
and their Liaison Officers.
Kotwali Police Station
1. A. I. Ahmed Sher, Ahsan Manzil, 17, Ahsanullah Road, Dhaka.
2. Saqi Sultan, Kasaitola, Dhaka
Lalbagh Police Station

1. Al?Haj Nazir Hussain, 53, Jagannath Shaha Road, Dhaka.
2. S. M. Habibul Huq, House No. 612; Road No., 18, Dhanmondi, Dhaka.
3. Advocate Nawab Ali, Central Road, Dhaka.
Sutrapur Police Station

1. Al?Hajj Sirajuddin, 91, Rishikesh Das Road, Dhaka.
2. Mahtabuddin Khan, 54, R. K. Mission Road, Dhaka.
3. Faizul Huq, 12, Farashganj, Dhaka.
4. Tamizuddin, 31, Jariatali Lane, Dhaka.
5. Abdur Rashid, Rathkhola, Dhaka.
Tejgaon Police Station

1. Iqbal Idris, 75, Indira Road, Tejgaon, Dhaka.
2. Mahbubur Rahman Gurha,
(At present Gurha is a leader of the Jatiyo Party and Commissioner, Tejgaon Municipal Ward)
3. M. S. M. Habibul Huq, House No. 612, Road No. 1, Dhanmondi, Dhaka.
4. Mohammad Nawab Ali, Headmaster, I. P. H. School, Mohakhali, Dhaka.
(Next to the Wireless Colony).