|Native name||শেখ কামাল|
|Born||5 August 1949|
|Died||15 August 1975(aged 26)|
|Alma mater||Dhaka College|
Sultana Khuki (m. 1974)
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman|
Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib
|Relatives||See Sheikh–Wazed family|
Early life and education
Kamal completed his matriculation from Shaheen School, Dhaka in 1967 and Higher Secondary Certificate Examination from Dhaka College in 1969. He was the General Secretary of the Chatro League in Dhaka College. He practiced sitar at Chhayanaut, a school of music. At the same time, he was involved in diverse cultural activities and a keen sportsman. Kamal was an organizer of the Mukti Bahini guerrilla struggle in 1971. Kamal received wartime commission in Bangladesh Army during the Liberation War of Bangladesh.
Kamal worked as the ADC of General Osmani the Commander-in-Chief of the Mukti Bahini, during the Liberation War of Bangladesh. After independence, he left the military to return to Dhaka University from where he graduated with Honours in sociology. Days before his tragic demise on 15 August 1975 Kamal completed his master's degree in sociology from Dhaka University . On 14 July 1975, he married an athlete, Sultana Khuki, who was the first female blue of Dhaka University. He was perceived to be the successor to Sheikh Mujib.
Kamal was killed with the rest of his family on 15 August 1975.
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