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Kazi Shamsuzzaman was born in Jadavpur, British India
A traumatic riot broke out in Howrah in 1946 called the Direct Action Day, and eight people died.
They lost everything. The house was looted and burnt to ashes. The women fled with only their jewelry on them.
They came to Dhaka penniless in 1947. They were often called “ghoti” and discriminated as refugees in Dhaka.
Mr. Shamsuzzaman completed his education there and worked as an Insurance Agent.
Later, he went back to Howrah to see his birthplace. The house they owned is now owned by someone else.
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