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Mohammad Ramjam was born in British India and his father was a police officer for the British government.
Mohammad and his family decided to move to Pakistan during the Partion.
Mohammad and his family witness very violent and deadly riots while in Kolkata. They saw people abducted and trucks full of corpses.
Mohammad and his family even had to live in a graveyard for two days to avoid capture on their journey to Pakistan.
Here lies over one million Indian people. 1947-1957
Mohammad and his family took a train to eastern Pakistan once the riots subsided, and they tried to find work in the city.
After the war ended in 1971, Mohammad, along with his family, moved to the Geneva camp in Dhaka, where they would live out most of their life.
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