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Hemayet Uddin (Bengali: হেমায়েত উদ্দীন; born 3 December 1941), more widely known by his first name Hemayet, was a famous Bangladeshi militia leader and freedom fighter in the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh. For his valor, he was awarded the honor Bir Bikrom, a national award for gallantry and was conferred a military rank of Subedar after the war.
Apart from centrally coordinated Mukti Bahini and Mujib Bahini, a vast number of local resistance armies were formed during the liberation war of Bangladesh against Pakistani occupation. Hemayet Bahini (The Hemayet Force) was a notable one of them. It operated in the Faridpur region of the country and was successful in harassing and restricting the movement of Pakistani armed forces in the region.
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