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Mashiur Rahman (politician from Rangpur)
|Prime Minister of Bangladesh|
29 June 1978 – 12 March 1979
|Deputy||Jamal Uddin Ahmad|
|Preceded by||Muhammad Mansur Ali (Acting)|
|Succeeded by||Shah Azizur Rahman|
Rangpur District, Bengal Presidency, British India
(now in Bangladesh)
|Died||12 March 1979 (aged 54–55)|
|Political party||Bangladesh Nationalist Party (1975)|
|Muslim League (Before 1954)
National Awami Party (1954–1975)
|Alma mater||University of Dhaka|
Mashiur Rahman (1924–1979), also known as Jadu Mia, was a senior minister, with the rank and status of a prime minister in charge of the ministry of Railways, Roads and Highways of the Bangladesh from 29 June 1978 to 12 March 1979.
Mashiur Rahman Jadu Mia was an elected member of National Council of Pakistan in 1962 and led the council as deputy leader of the opposition. He was arrested in 1963 for his involvement in the anti-government movement. Before the liberation war, in 1971, Jadu Miah formally declared Bangladesh's independence and called for forming an all-party government at a public gathering at Paltan Maidan on 23 March. He became Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani's deputy leader in the National Awami Party in the same period.
When Ziaur Rahman, who came to power in November 1975, became the 7th President of Bangladesh on 21 April 1977, a ministerial system was reestablished, and Mashiur Rahman served as the Chief Minister with the rank and status of a prime minister in charge of the Ministry of Railways, Roads and Highways of the Bangladesh from 29 June 1978 to 12 March 1979. He was instrumental in the founding of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party. Despite plans and Ziaur Rahman's wish to appoint him prime minister, following his sudden death on 12 March 1979, Shah Azizur Rahman was appointed to the office on 15 April 1979.
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