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102 fake FFs face criminate cases

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The sources in the Intelligence Bureau confirmed the fact saying that the decision was taken after intensive investigation and personal hearing by A K M Mozammel Huq, Minister for Liberation War affairs.

The government has decided to cancel the freedom fighter certificates of 102 persons for their fake stories of involvement in the War of Independence. 

They made fake documents for continuing their jobs in government and non-government establishments in the country. 

Of them, six persons are secretaries to the government.

Sources in the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs said that among the fake freedom fighters, 59 persons have been working in government offices while the remaining 43 persons are working with the nongovernment organizations. 

The sources in the Intelligence Bureau confirmed the fact saying that the decision was taken after intensive investigation and personal hearing by A K M Mozammel Huq, Minister for Liberation War affairs.

Jatiya Muktijuddha Council (JAMUKA) sent a letter to the ministry concerned for taking stern action against these people and called upon the government to withdraw all the facilities offered to them from the state and the state exchequer.

Some of these "fake freedom fighters" in the meantime time went to the court to avoid any action against them. 

The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) ordered the national security intelligence to conduct investigation against the fake freedom fighters. 

The field workers of the National Security Intelligence conducted the investigation for about four years and submitted the reports against the fake freedom fighters. 

Later A K M Mozammel Huq, Minister for Liberation War Affairs arranged personal hearings.

S M Arifur Rahman, Secretary of the Ministry told that the government has decided to file criminal cases against the fake freedom fights. 

The government canceled the certificates of fake FF secretaries in 2014.

The JAMUKA, the body for the recognition of the freedom fighters took the decision at its 61st meeting held recently with A K M Mozammel Huq in the chair.

The government has been in the process of publishing a Gazette notification regarding the cancellation of the certificates of the fake freedom fighters.    

Those who face cancellation of certificates include former Director General of Water Development Board Shahidur Rahman, Income Tax Officer A Z M Ziaul Haque, Health officer Abdul Wahab Sardar, Dhaka Truck Depot Deputy Manager Md Abdus Salam, Bangladesh Radio Officer A B M Tamizuddin, Banker A T M Kamruzzaman, Dr A K M Ashrafuzzaman, BADC Official Abdul Maleque, Official at Chattragram Court Samor Kanti Barua, Abu Taher and 

Mohammad Shahabuddin Shah of Dinajpur, Mollah Shahabuddin and Abdul Halim of Munshiganj, Abbas Ali of Serajganj, Delder Hossain of Chapainawabganj, Chaktobarty Provate Kumar and Kazi Golum Sarwar of Tangail, Bahauddin Howelader and Fakir Abdul Mannan Mia and Bazlur Rahman of Madaripur, Abul Hossain khan, Mizanur Rahman and Abdul Mannan Chowdhury of Chandpur, M A Bashar, of Khulna, MD Badsha Mia of Gopalganj, Atiqul Islam and Abdul Hakim of Mymensingh, Priyo Nath Barua and Panchananda Chowdhury of Chattragram, Bimal Chandra Shel and Chittaranjan Mondal of Patuakhali, Abdus Samad of Dhaka, Amzad Hossain of Cox'sbazar, S M Kamal Hossain of Narayanganj, Abzal Hossain and A K M Asaduzzaman of Faridpur, Md Mazharul Huque of Gazipur, Sultan Ahmed Mridha of Jhalakathi, Abdul Bari , U S M Md M A Satter howlader and Rafiqul Islam of Barishal, Abdul Gafur of Brahmonbaria, Nazrul Islam, Abdul Gani and Mohammad Mozno of Bhola, Mahbubul Karim and Moslem Uddin of Kustia, Abul Basher Mollah of Narail, Golum Mowla of Cummilla, Zafar Jamader of Jhinaidah, Gonesh Chandra Saha and Shamsul Haque Mia of Gaibandah, Abdul Mannan of Hobiganj, Shahidur Rahman of Pabna, Mustafizur Rahman and Mahtabuddin of Bargura and Mohibur Rahman of Sylhet.    

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