|Leaders||Khandaker Abdul Baten, Mir Shamshul Alam Sahjada and A K M Azad Shahzahan|
|Dates of operation||1971|
|Active regions||Tangail, Manikganj, Pabna, Gazipur, Sirajganj and some parts of Dhaka district|
|Size||about 3,500 fighters and 2,000 volunteer|
|Part of||Mukti Bahini|
Baten Bahini was an armed guerrilla force formed in Tangail district in support of independence during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. It was named after its leader, Khandaker Abdul Baten. Throughout the war, it conducted a number of successful guerrilla campaigns in Tangail, Manikganj, Pabna, Gazipur, Sirajganj and some parts of Dhaka district. They were operated under 21 companies, 63 platoons and 100 sections. Abdul Baten led a number of guerrilla attacks.
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