Full List of 64 Districts Razakar in Bangladesh PDF

Full Razakars List of Bangladesh Published in 2019. Also, the Name of 10,789 Razakars Who Collaborated with the Pakistani Army in the 1971 Liberation War. রাজাকার তালিকা। বাংলাদেশের সকল রাজাকারের তালিকা নিচে দেওয়া হইল। এখানে সকল জেলার রাজাকার, আল বদর, শান্তি কমিটি র সদস্যদের নামের তালিকা পাবেন।

Actually, the list of 10,789 Razakars from 64 Districts in Bangladesh has been controverted due to having some freedom fighters’ names in the list. Therefore, the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has withdrawn the list of Razakars from the Ministry website.

Who is Razakars?

Razakars were an anti-Bangladesh paramilitary force made by the West Pakistani army in then East Pakistan and now Bangladesh during the liberation war in 1971. Pakistani army organized them to suppress nationalist Bengali and freedom fighters. They worked as informers of the Pakistani military.

Freedom fighters are Bangladeshi people who fought for liberation in 1971. The Razakars were paramilitary forces under the Pakistani Army, such as  Al-Badr and Al-Shams. The Shanti committee recruited Razakars in 1971. However, the Shanti Committee is also known as the East Pakistan central peace committee (Bengali Nagorik Shanti Committee).

In 1971, the Razakar Bahini set their garrison in the Khulna division in Bangladesh. There were around 3000-4000 Razakars who trained in the Pakistani army. Firstly, they got light infantry weapons, and their primary duty was to arrest and detained Bengali nationalist suspects. In addition, these Razakars helped the Pakistani army in raping, murdering, and looting the local properties. Finally, on behalf of the Pakistani army, they fought against Bengali freedom fighters directly.

The meaning of the Razakar is a volunteer, but Bangladeshi people treat them as traitors. Bangladeshi people hate them because they helped the Pakistani army in the liberation war in 1971. The training period was only 15 days for the Razakar. The first batch of the Razakars force completed their training on 1 July 1971.

Full Razakars List
Full Razakars List of Bangladesh Published
Razakars List Publication

The Liberation War affairs ministry published The List of 10,789 Razakars in 2019. Although this list has become controversial because of including some freedom fighters and organizer’s names on the list,  The Liberation Minister claimed that the Home Ministry created this list. Also, he acknowledged that it is an involuntary mistake. Finally, Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque has regretted the “unintentional” mistakes in the list.

Full List of Razakars

বাংলাদেশের সকল রাজাকারের তালিকা

Full List of 10,789 Razakars of 64 Districts- PDF Download Link

Contents List of PDF File
  1.  List of Razakars in Greater Faridpur District-522 Persons
  2. Full Razakars List of Dhaka Sadar (South) Total-604 Persons
  3. Razakars List of Chittagong Division Total- 140 persons
  4. The Razakars List of Rajshahi Division Total – 584 Persons
  5. Full Razakars List of Khulna Division Total- 1465 persons
  6. Razakars List of Barishal Division Total- 970 Persons
  7. The Razakars List of Sylhet Division Total- 12 Persons
  8. Razakars List of Rangpur Division Total- 2929 Persons
  9. Razakars List of Mymensingh Division Total- 2600 persons

Additional Information that has in the PDF File

Full List of 10,789 Razakars of 64 Districts in Bangladesh Published by Bangladesh Government in 2019. Additionally, the List of Al-Badar members is the list of the Al-Shams. Thanawise list of Rajakar Commanders. The List of Office Bearers and Members of the District Peace Committee. List of Office bearers and members of the Sub-Divisional Peace Committee. The List of Office Bearers of Sub-Thana Peace Committee. Also, the List of Presidents and Secretaries of the Union Peace Committee and the List of persons who took part in the Bye-election.


Author: M M Kobiruzzaman

M M Kobiruzzaman is a researcher, lecturer, and academic & creative content writer. He studied for a Master of Management By Research at the School of Business and Economics Faculty, Universiti Putra Malaysia. Previously, he graduated from the Department of Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia. His research interests contained Journalism, Social Media Communication, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), and Corporate Communication. He has published several journal articles globally. He prefers to impart academic knowledge to other people through content writing. 

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