Khandaker Muniruzzaman, acting editor of the daily ‘Sangbad’, is not any more. He breathed his last at a hospital within the capital at 8.20am on Tuesday (November 24).
According to family sources, Khandaker Muniruzzaman recently contracted a fever. Then his corona was examined. After testing positive, he was treated at his range in Shantinagar. He was admitted to the hospital on Saturday (October 31) night after his condition deteriorated.
Journalist Bulbul Ahsan wrote on his Facebook status that Munir’s brother became an image , at 8.40 within the morning, within the land of no return.
Journalist Shah Muhammad Mutasim Billah wrote on his Facebook that our dear Munir’s brother is not any more. lecture Rafiq’s brother, I acknowledged that Munir’s brother was infected with Corona and left within the morning. He was Muniruzzaman, a renowned journalist of the country, a logo of deism , a really gentleman, an accomplished son of Brahmanbaria.
He further wrote that on behalf of Brahmanbaria Journalists Forum, Dhaka, President Syed Ishtiaq Reza and General Secretary Shah Muhammad Mutasim Billah have expressed their deepest condolences and sympathy to the bereaved relations .
Khandaker Muniruzzaman started his career within the weekly Ekta, the mouthpiece of the CPB in 1970. He was the acting editor of the country’s oldest newspaper, Daily Sangbad, for nearly a decade. Earlier, he was responsible of the business department of the daily news. While studying at Dhaka University, he was also involved in left politics.