M. M. Rahmat Ullah


1940 –


Who is M. M. Rahmat Ullah?

Mian Muhammad Rahmatullah, is a former East Pakistani and later Bangladeshi bureaucrat and politician.

He was the former Chief Engineer of the Public Works Department and later the Chairman of the Capital Development Authority of the Government of Bangladesh. In 2000, he was an electoral Candidate from Natore Area for the Parliament of Bangladesh.

In 1991, after former military dictator General Ershad stepped down as the President of Bangladesh, Rahmatullah was charged in the infamous Janata Tower Case and named the third defendant after the President and the former First Lady by the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. He was later acquitted when the Judge agreed that the case was filed on political grounds by the newly elected ruling party.

He was the husband of Gole Afroz of the aristocratic Singranatore Family; the grand daughter of Jalaluddin Mirza, a Zamindar of Natore and was instrumental in building the Gole Afroz College which was named after his wife.

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Jun 13, 1940
  • Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

on July 23, 2013


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