This is to inform you that war veteran Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury has passed away. Yes, you read it right, Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury is no more. People across the country used to recognize him for his stethoscope around his neck and the gun in his hand which revolutionized the rural health of wartime Bangladesh. Since Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury’s death news broke out it has been trending all over the internet and making headlines everywhere. Meanwhile, people have been left saddened and in a frenzy to seek details of his cause of death. How did Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury die or what happened to Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury? Lots of questions must be prevailing among people. However, we have tried to shed light on every imperative aspect of Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury’s news. So be sticky with this page and must go through the following sections. Scroll down the page.
Who was Zafrullah Chowdhury?
According to the reports, Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury passed away at the age of 81. He was pronounced dead on Tuesday, April 11, 2023. What happened to him? Since his death news surfaced his cause of death has been a topic of discussion. We found that Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury was undergoing treatment for kidney and liver disease as he was infected with Covid. However, the exact cause of death of the war veteran has not been revealed yet. Drag down the page and read more details.
Talking about Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury’s early life, he was born in Uttarpara, Chittagong on Dec 27, 1941. He was the son of Humayun Morshad Chaudhary who was the son of revolutionary Masterda Suryasen. Masterda Suryasen led the struggle against the British. Reportedly, Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury completed his schooling in Calcutta but he studied his medical education at Dhaka Medical College. Eventually, Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury began the Bangladesh Liberation War while doing training in vascular surgery in Britain. Scroll down the page and read more details.
Later he joined a militant group known as Mukti Bahini and served in his village hospital to treat the war wounded. Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury won the Magsaysay Award in 1984 and The Right Livelihood Award in 1992. The other renowned accolade he received was the highest honor in Bangladesh, Swadhinatha Patak. Dr. Zafarullah Chowdhury took part in the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War and fought for reliable medical facilities for the poor. He pioneered the formulation of the National Drug Policy. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.