Abdul Monem Khan
Abdul Monem Khan (1899 – 1971) was the governor of erstwhile East Pakistan before being independent Bangladesh— from 28 October 1962 to 23 March 1969. He was a loyal aide of Ayub Khan and infamous for repression on the Bengali nationalists during the regime. Due to his active collaboration with Pakistan Army against Bangladesh independence movement, Monem Khan was assassinated by Muktibahini guerrillas at his residence in Dhaka during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971.
- Abdul Monem Khan on Banglapedia
|Governor of East Pakistan
1962 – 1969
Mirza Nurul Huda
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