Rohingya Adverb (Gorár hál yá torika)

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Mr Sultan Mahmud and Statehood of Arakan

Mr Sultan Mahmud and Statehood of Arakan By Amn Ullah “If two brothers cannot live together they must live apart independently of each other”, said Sultan Mahmud. Sultan Mahmud was a prominent leader of Burma and Muslims of Arakan. He was born and brought up at Akyab and educated at Calcutta. Mr. Sultan Mahmud was ex-cabinet secretary, an important post in British India legislative Assembly. He contested in the bye-election for Buthidaung North constituency in 1957 and elected. He was inducted into the Cabinet of U NU as Health Minister. During his tenure of Health Ministry, Akyab General Hospital, Buthidaung […]

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