Opposition leader, party leader Jatiya and former President Hussein Muhammad Ershad, left his last breath on Sunday morning. This was confirmed by the member of the Presidency of the party Jatiya Sunil Suv Roy. At the time of his death, he was 89 years old. BBC News Bangla published a report titled "Hussain Muhammad Ershad: Generals for Political Ascent and Political Crisis" with the former military ruler. The selected part is presented in the report.
The report says that, despite the failure of General Ershad due to the mass movement in Bangladesh, despite his nine-year rule, he was rehabilitated in politics. After the issue of power by issuing a military law, he founded a party named Jatiya Party. While in power, opposition to all other parties was a major challenge. Although he did some steps to reform the country, including several countries, he was unable to implement it. During the reign of General Ershad, in 1988, the eighth amendment was formulated by the Islamic state religion. Finally, after the fall of his government, he participated in parliamentary elections in prison with Sabdal's involvement, and Jatiya influenced the voting polls when she won 35 seats in those elections.
The politician, who was close to General Ershad, who later went to another team, said on condition of anonymity that when Ershad was released from power in the government, he offered a proposal to move abroad. However, he disagreed with this proposal. He took the case to prison. This was a far-sighted decision, said the politician.
He said that after General Ershad did not go abroad, he survived in politics.
Many analysts believe that Jatiya's party has had an impact on the country's voting policy for nearly three decades, but due to General Ershad's controversial decision, the party was also in conflict for the sake of trust.
Ershad's family name
Her parents and siblings or close relatives named her Payaara. That's his nickname. According to GM Quader, Hussein Muhammad Ershad was among the five brothers of his four brothers. The oldest sister was Paarai, and on behalf of her family, Ershad's name was Guayaar.
One of their brothers and two sisters have already died. Kader said that his father was a lawyer in the profession of Makbul Hossain and that his house was at Dinhota in Cooch Behar. Their mother was the housewife Majiri Khatun. For this reason, he grew up in Dinhati Cooch Behar.
The first woman of General Ershad, Rawshan Ershad, was leader of the party Jatiya and the opposition leader in the last parliament.
In 2000, General Ershad married a fashion designer, Bidisho Islam, in a voice. After the marriage, this woman is known as Bidisha Ershad. But the house did not last long
Ershad wanted to be a lawyer
General Hussain Muhammad Ershad was born on February 1, 1930 in his grandfather's house in Rangpur. He spent his children and school days with his parents in Durghata, Indian Cooch Behar. From there he passed the SSC After finishing school, he studied at the high school at Carmel College in Rangpur.
His brother and party leader Jatiya, GM Quader, said that Hussain Muhammad Ershad, after graduating from the University of Dhaka, was admitted to the law faculty after being a lawyer. Before joining the army, he joined the army in 1952 before joining the law.
How was the student life of General Ershad?
GM Quader said that his brother Ershad had more interest in sports. In student life, he was known as a football player. Football was a popular sport.
During his life at school and at college, Ershad visited various clubs in the Rangpur region to play soccer. Since then, he has also written poetry and was also responsible for arranging literary magazines at Carmichael College, said GM Quader. While General Ershad was in power, many of his poems were printed in the Dainik Bangla daily, which was overseen by the state. However, there were various discussions in the political arena.
He wrote autobiographies. The name of this book, "My Deed My Life" In addition, he collected some other poetic books.
The BBC has created a report, "Kadir Kallol".