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A. K. Faezul Huq

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Abul Kalam Faezul Huq (A. K. Faezul Huq) (এ. কে. ফায়জুল হক) (15 March 1944 – 19 July 2007) was a Bangladeshi politician, lawyer, and columnist. Huq served as a member of parliament on three occasions, and held various ministerial portfolios including Public Works, Urban Development, Jute, and Textiles after Bangladesh gained independence. He was first elected as a member of the Pakistan National Assembly from the Banaripara Upazila-Swarupkathi-Nazirpur Upazila constituency as a Awami League nomination in 1970. On 19 July 2007, Faezul Huq died of a heart attack at his residence in Baridhara, Dhaka. His body was buried at Banani graveyard, Dhaka on 20 July 2007. Early life Born in Calcutta, Faezul was the only son of A. K. Fazlul Huq, then Prime Minister of an undivided Bengal. He attended St. Gregory's High School, Dhaka Notre Dame College and by 1967 had obtained degrees in political science and English from Dhaka University. Later Faezul completed his Law degree at the Dh
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