Mokbul Hossain (politician)

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Mokbul Hossain
Member of the East Bengal Legislative Assembly
In office
Preceded byIbrahim Ali
Succeeded byFaizul Hasan
ConstituencySylhet Sadar-N
Personal details
BornBirdal, Kanaighat, Sylhet District
Political partyUnited Front

Mokbul Hossain (Bengali: মকবুল হোসেন) was a Pakistani Bengali politician. He was a member of the East Bengal Legislative Assembly from 1954 to 1956.[1]


Hossain was born into a Bengali Muslim family in the village of Birdal in Kanaighat, Sylhet District. He participated in the 1954 East Bengal Legislative Assembly election as a United Front candidate. He contested against Moulvi Mubarak Ali of the Muslim League and was elected for the Sylhet Sadar-N constituency.[2][3] He later moved to Gowainghat.[4]


  1. ^ Zaman, Habibuz (1999). Seventy Years in a Shaky Subcontinent. Janus Publishing Company Lim. p. 282. ISBN 9781857564051. Retrieved 20 December 2016.
  2. ^ The Election Archives. Shiv Lal. 1981.
  3. ^ "ইতিহাস ঐতিহ্য : সিলেট-৫ আসনে- ১৯৩৭ থেকে ২০১৮, যারা এমএলএ/এমপি হয়েছেন". Kanaighat Barta. 8 December 2018. Archived from the original on 6 January 2022. Retrieved 6 January 2022.
  4. ^ Jasim, Ehsanul Haq (28 December 2018). "সিলেট-৫: একাল সেকাল". Sylhet Report. Retrieved 6 January 2022.