|Muhammadullah Hafezzi Huzur|
Hafezzi Huzur was delivering speech in a seminar.
Ludhua, Raipur, Lakkhipur, Bangladesh
|Died||May 6, 1987|
|Main interest(s)||Islamic Politics, Sufism|
|Notable work(s)||Revolution in Islamic politics in Bangladesh|
Mawlana Mohammadullah, popularly known as Hafezzi Huzur, was a Bangladeshi politician, leading Islamic person and founder of Bangladesh Khilafat Andolan. He was a candidate for president of Bangladesh in 1981 and 1986. In 1981 he finished third, with 1.79% of the vote, and in 1986 he finished second with 5.69%.
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|Centres (Markaz) of Tabligh|
- Jamia Qurania Arabia Lalbagh - school co-founded by Hafezzi Huzur
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