Nurul Huq Bhuiyan


Nurul Huq Bhuiyan

A.S.M Nurul Haque Bhuiyan (Bengali: নূরুল হক ভূঁইয়া ) was a Chemistry professor and politician who was a senior leader of the Tamaddun Majlish and the first convener of the Rastrabhasa Sangram Parishad during the Language Movement.[1]

References

  1. ^ Al Helal, Bashir (2003) (in Bengali). Bhasha Andoloner Itihas (History of the Language Movement). Dhaka: Agamee Prokashani. pp. p222. ISBN 984-401-523-5. 

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