Lal Mia

Chowdhury Abd-Allah Zaheeruddin (1903–1967), or Lal Mia, as he is commonly referred to, was a prominent Bengali politician in the Indian National Congress or the Congress Party and later the Muslim League. Lal Mia was one of the personalities who was instrumental in the Anti Colonial Movement against the British in Bengal. He also contributed heavily in the promotion of Bengali culture and literature. He was closely associated with Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and Rabindranath Tagore.

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