Md Korban Ali

Md Korban Ali was a Bangladesh Awami League politician and the former deputy Speaker of Parliament.[1]

Md Korban Ali
Former Vice President of awami league,Deputy Speaker of the Jatiya Sangsad
Personal details
Born1924
Dhaka
Died23 July 1990
Political partyBangladesh Awami League
Spouse(s)Rasheda Begum & Hamida Begum
Children9

Early lifeEdit

Md Korban Ali was born in 28 January 1924 at Kandipara, Lohajang, Munshiganj. In 1947 hr graduated from Dhaka University with a masters in Economics and 1950 completed his law degree there. After which he joined the Dhaka district bar.[1]

CareerEdit

In 1950 he joined the Awami Muslim League. He had been active in the Bengali language movement. From 1953 to 1955 he was the organizing secretary of the central committee of Awami League. He served as the president of Dhaka district Awami League from 1954 to 1958.In 1954 he was elected to the East Bengal Provincial Assembly from the united front. From 1955 to 1958 he was deputy chief whip of the Provincial Assembly. He was active in the Six point movement and Mass Uprising Day of 1969. He was the chief of the election monitoring and publicity cell of Awami League in the general elections of 1970.[1]

At the start of Bangladesh Liberation war he crossed into India. He served as the political adviser to the Acting President of the Mujibnagar Government. From 1972 t0 2974 he the senior vice president of Bangladesh Awami League. In 1973 he was elected to parliament. In 1975 he was made the Minister of Information and Broadcasting. he was a central member of Bangladesh Krishak Sramik Awami League He was jailed for two years after the assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on 15 August 1975. In 1979 he lost a parliamentary election. In 1981 he was elected to the Awami League presidium council. He joined the cabinet of Hussain Mohammad Ershad as the Minister of Jute and Textile and later he was the Minister of Public Works and Urban Development.[1]

DeathEdit

On 23 July 1990 he died in Dhaka, Bangladesh.[1]

 
Grave of Ali in Martyred Intellectuals Graveyard, Mirpur

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e Khan, Muazzam Hussain. "Ali, M Korban". Banglapedia. Retrieved 4 November 2016.


- family He had two spouses And he had 9 children ,his elder son M.Hasan Ali died His younger son M.Tarek Ali died, 7 children, are alive,3 living in USA and his son Tarek ali’s family: wife , children is looking over the business and other things on Bangladesh .his younger son Tarek Ali has contributed a lot in politics from his father name and still got the pride alive of his father M.Tarek Ali who have died recently we may wish for his Rest In Peace and pray for him and wish his family to keep this pride going