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- Abu Taher: Lieutenant Colonel Abu Taher was a communist and a left-leaning radical activist of the Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal, responsible for the Soldiers Mutiny and Uprising and the radical break-out that occurred in Dhaka, which killed countless officers and men, along with their spouses on 7 November 1975. As a Captain, Taher escaped from Pakistan during mid-July with three other fellow officers and successfully made contact with Indian authorities. He spent further two weeks at Dehradun, RAW HQ's, for debriefing and then sent to BDF HQ at Calcutta. With orders from 8 Theatre Rd., he reported to BDF Sector Commander Major Ziaur Rahman who officially appointed him 2nd Sub-Sector Commander of the 11th Sector at Mahendraganj. On 10 October 1971, Major Shafaat Jamil under interim orders from Major Zia transferred command of Sector 11 to Taher temporarily. Just only 22 days later, Taher lost his leg from a grenade blast on 2 November and flown to Pune, India, for treatment. Squadron Leader M.
- Abu Taher Miah was an industrialist and politician in Bangladesh. Miah was a founding member, Sponsor Director, and Chairman of the first private bank in Bangladesh fully owned by Bangladeshi entrepreneurs, National Bank Ltd, and a chairman and managing director of Orion Ltd, Universal Machinery Pvt Ltd, and Mohammad Basir & Co Pvt. He was also a social worker and philanthropist. He served in the Jatiya Sangsad, the national parliament of Bangladesh, as a Bangladesh Nationalist Party member for Comilla-7.
- also known as Abu Taher Miah
- born in (84 years ago)
- Abu Taher is a film score composer.
- profession: Film score composer
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by Michael Newton
Four days later, Lieutenant Colonel Abu Taher and a group of leftist officers from the Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal (National Socialist Party, unrelated to Adolf Hitler's Nazis), killed Mosharraf and imprisoned Jamil, while liberating Ziaur Rahman and ...
by Munayem Mayenin
Abu Taher: which in Arabic means father of Taher where is the person than who is perhaps a baby called Abu Taher! And a lot of Arabic names have been Sylheticised hence pronounced differently than Arabic. Most people of Islamic origin ...
by Kunal Chakrabarti, Shubhra Chakrabarti
Sultan, Mohammad Kibria, Novera Ahmed, Abdur Razzaque, Monirul Islam, Abu Taher, Samarj it Raychaudhuri, Anwar Jahan, Nitun Kundu, Shahid Kabir, ...
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