PABNA, Oct 04 (BSS): Anti-British movement leader Jasim Uddin Mondal was laid to eternal rest at his family graveyard in Ishwardi of the district on Wednesday after his third namaj-e-janaza at Ishwardi Eidgah Ground in the morning.
A huge number of people attended the janaza to pray for the eternal peace of the eminent comrade. Pabna district administration gave a guard of honours to the leader of the anti-British movement.
Earlier, his first and second namaj-e-janazas were held in Dhaka and Daulatpur of Kushtia.
CPB (Communist Party of Bangladesh) leader Jasim Mondol died of old aged complications at a hospital in the capital on Monday. He was 97.
Jasim Uddin was born at Nadia in West Bengal in 1922. He took part in the anti-British movement and joined the Communist Party in 1940. After Partition, He moved to Pabna.