Chandpur is a place very well known for those who are thirsty for travel, there are many memories of the old days, many places of interest. You can visit the place by hand for a day. Today I will introduce you to Nasirpur Martyr Muktijoddha Samadhi ground of Chandpur, our Chandpur district is a combination of a unique green land of natural beauty! Just want to look, that’s awesome!
Nasir Court Martyr Muktijoddha Mausoleum is a mausoleum located in Hajiganj Upazila of Chandpur district in the Chittagong division of Bangladesh. Named graveyard of martyred freedom fighters in white stone. Nine martyred freedom fighters killed in the great war of independence of 1971 are buried here.
In 1981, on the initiative of the then Sub-Divisional Administrator Mr. Habibur Rahman, the cemetery adjacent to Nasir Court Shaheed Smriti College was renovated and the names of the martyred freedom fighters were inscribed in white stone.
Although there were no shootings anywhere in Bangladesh during the mass uprising, there were shootings in Rajargaon Bazar. Mahbubul Alam Chunnu, a heroic freedom fighter, said that two people were also martyred in the incident. The Liberation War sub-camp was organized at Nasircourt High School in 1971 after considering various historical aspects. As such, the martyred freedom fighters were brought to different places of the district (as much as possible) and buried at Nasir Court. Nasir Court Liberation War Cemetery has 9 graves of heroic martyrs in the same row.
How to get there:
Many good launches travel from Sadarghat in Dhaka to Chandpur. Besides, Padma Paribahan, Al Arafah Paribahan, Royal Koch, Bilas bus travel from Sayedabad. Trains from Chittagong are operated by Meghna, Sagarika and Bus Asia Line, BRTC, Saudia Paribahan.
From Sylhet to BRTC, Ekta Satata Transport travels. Padma Paribahan travels from Dinajpur. From Comilla, the train travels to Demu four times daily and the bus to Bogdad. By bus / CNG from the district headquarters, you can go to Balakhal by CNG / motorcycle/rickshaw to see the Nasirkot Shaheed Muktijoddha Samadhi.
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