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Mohammad Ramjan was born in 1935 in Kolkata, British India. His father was a police officer for the British government and chose to Pakistan during the Partition.
He remembers men and women being taken away from their houses by the mobs, and trucks full of corpses passing by their house.
During this turmoil, his family hid in a graveyard for 2 days to save themselves.
Eventually, once the riots subsided, they took the train to Dhaka, East Pakistan.
After moving to Dhaka, Mr. Ramjan took up odd jobs such as taxi driving.
After the war of 1971, he, along with his family, moved to the Geneva camp in Mohammadpur, Dhaka.
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