|Minister of Home Affairs|
|Assumed office |
12 January 2014
|Political party||Bangladesh Awami League|
Khan was born on 31 December 1950 in Monipuripara, Dhaka, East Bengal, Pakistan. In 1965, he completed his SSC from Tejgaon Polytechnic High School and in 1967, he completed his HSC from Jagannath College.
Khan was a member of the Mukti Bahini and fought in the Bangladesh Liberation war in 1971. He served in sector 2 under Captain Abdul Halim Chowdhury. He was elected to Parliament in December 2008. From 2009 to 2013, he served in the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Housing and Public Works. He was a member of the Bangladesh Press Council. He founded the Dohar Padma College. He served as the President of the Ispahani School and College and Tejgaon College. He is a senate member of the Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University. He was re-elected in January 2014 and on 12 January 2014, he was made the State Minister of Home Affairs. On 14 July 2015 he was made the Minister of Home Affairs.
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