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Major Ziaur Rahman

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1. A successful president
2. Sector Commander
3. Bir Uttam
4. A proud freedom fighter
5. Declarer of Independence
6. Advocate of multi-party democracy
7. The shape of modern Bangladesh
8. Commander of the Z Force of the Great Liberation War

Ziaur Rahman means Bangladesh

  • Ziaur Rahman 19 January 1936 to 30 May 1971 was the 8th President of Bangladesh, the former army chief, and a freedom fighter also. on 26 March 1971, he declared the independence of Bangladesh from Chittagong on behalf of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He was Commander of the Liberation War of Z Force. However, after 50 years of the Liberation War, when the Bangladesh Awami League was in the ruling government, the National Freedom Fighters Council (Jamuka) decided to revoke its title of Bir Uttam. After the Liberation War, Ziaur Rahman became the President of Bangladesh on 21 April 1973. He was killed in Chittagong on 30 May 1971 in a failed military coup Circuit House after ruling Bangladesh for four years.

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  • After taking office as President, Zia made significant changes in Bangladesh's diplomatic policy. During the War of Liberation, a special diplomatic position was created in Bangladesh based on the views of various international nuclear powers, which led to the friendship of the Soviet Union with neighboring India and other countries. President Ziaur Rahman made significant reforms in Bangladesh's foreign policy in the aftermath of the International Cold War, the two main aspects of which were Bangladesh's withdrawal from the Soviet bloc and Bangladesh's good relations with the Muslim world. Ziaur Rahman set out to establish good relations with China, another nuclear power in the East other than the Soviet Union. His foreign policy reform process also included the normalization of relations with Bangladesh, the United States, and the Arab world, which had been cold since independence. Bangladesh still enjoys the benefits of normalizing relations with the Middle East, as Zia outlined a large number of Bangladeshi migrant workers in the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia. [26] While relations with other Middle Eastern countries, including Saudi Arabia, are more economic, military, and security issues with the United States [29] and China [30] were also relevant. In particular, by establishing a friendship with China, Ziaur Rahman accelerated the task of restructuring the Bangladesh Armed Forces. That fact is reflected in the arsenal of the Bangladesh Armed Forces. In addition to the military restructuring, the improved diplomatic relations with the United States enabled Zia to complete the modernization of the state-owned airline, Biman. [31] In addition, due to the success of President Zia's foreign policy, Bangladesh defeated powerful Japan in 1978 and was elected a temporary member of the UN Security Council for the first time.

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  • After taking office as President, Zia made significant changes in Bangladesh's diplomatic policy. During the War of Liberation, a special diplomatic position was created in Bangladesh based on the views of various international nuclear powers, which led to the friendship of the Soviet Union with neighboring India and other countries. President Ziaur Rahman made significant reforms in Bangladesh's foreign policy in the aftermath of the International Cold War, the two main aspects of which were Bangladesh's withdrawal from the Soviet bloc and Bangladesh's good relations with the Muslim world. Ziaur Rahman set out to establish good relations with China, another nuclear power in the East other than the Soviet Union. His foreign policy reform process also included the normalization of relations with Bangladesh, the United States, and the Arab world, which had been cold since independence. Bangladesh still enjoys the benefits of normalizing relations with the Middle East, as Zia outlined a large number of Bangladeshi migrant workers in the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia. [26] While relations with other Middle Eastern countries, including Saudi Arabia, are more economic, military, and security issues with the United States [29] and China [30] were also relevant. In particular, by establishing a friendship with China, Ziaur Rahman accelerated the task of restructuring the Bangladesh Armed Forces. That fact is reflected in the arsenal of the Bangladesh Armed Forces. In addition to the military restructuring, the improved diplomatic relations with the United States enabled Zia to complete the modernization of the state-owned airline, Biman. [31] In addition, due to the success of President Zia's foreign policy, Bangladesh defeated powerful Japan in 1978 and was elected a temporary member of the UN Security Council for the first time.

  • Although these reforms initially indicated a small distance from greater India, the fact that Ziaur Rahman valued regional assistance was reflected in his initiative and contribution to the formation of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Since India was very friendly to the Soviet Union at that time, Bangladesh's diplomatic proximity to the United States, the other side of the Cold War, could be a factor in creating distance with India. Bangladesh's then newly established good relations with China are also important in this regard [33]. But Ziaur Rahman realized that the establishment of cooperation instead of regional competition would increase the importance of South Asia in the world economy and politics, which would benefit other countries in the region, including Bangladesh. To this end, he outlined SAARC, which later became a reality in 1975 and was established.


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  • There are allegations against Ziaur Rahman - he used to harass his opponents in the army. But Zia was impossibly popular. Many high-ranking military officials conspired against Ziaur Rahman. Knowing the dangers, Zia came to Chittagong on May 29, 1981, to settle the quarrel between the local army personnel of Chittagong and stayed at the Circuit House in Chittagong. Ziaur Rahman was buried at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar in Dhaka. President Zia's last salah(zanaza) is one of the largest public gatherings in the history of Bangladesh where more than 20 lakh people gathered.

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"We Shall Fight To The Last To Free Our Motherland"

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