Chowdhury Moyezuddin Biwshash
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Chowdhury Moyezuddin Biwshash (1840 – 1923) was a Bengali Muslim merchant and aristocrat from Faridpur District, British India. Hailing from a prominent zamindar clan of the area, he built a vast personal fortune of landholdings in Bengal, the Punjab and Arabia.
Moyezuddin was a staunch supporter of the Indian National Congress.
His sons and grandchildren engaged prominently in Bengali Muslim politics in the era of the Raj and Pakistan, and in independent Bangladesh. His eldest son Chowdhury Abdallah Zaheeruddin was a federal minister of the Pakistani government, while another son Enayet Hossain Chowdhury was a member of Pakistan's National Assembly in the 1960s. His second son, Yusuf Ali Chowdhury (commonly known as Mohan Mia) was a leading figure in the Muslim League and an influential kingmaker in East Pakistani politics; he also sided with the Pakistan Army during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971.