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List of Presidents of Bangladesh

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Contents [hide]      1 Key 2 Presidents 3 Footnotes 4 See also 5 External links Key[edit] Bangladesh Awami League / BAKSAL Bangladesh Nationalist Party Jatiya Party Military Independent Presidents[edit] # Name (Birth–Death) Portrait Entered office Left office Political party 1 Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (1920–1975)[1] 17 April 1971 12 January 1972 Bangladesh Awami League — Syed Nazrul Islam (1925–1975) Acting[2] 17 April 1971 12 January 1972 Bangladesh Awami League . E The complete list of Presidents of Bangladesh includes the persons sworn into the office as President of Bangladesh following the Declaration of Independence of Bangladesh in 1971.

2 Abu Sayeed Chowdhury (1921–1987) 12 January 1972 24 December 1973 Bangladesh Awami League 3 Mohammad Mohammadullah (1921–1999) [3] 24 December 1973 25 January 1975 Bangladesh Awami League (1) Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (1920–1975) August 1975 25 January 1975 15 (assassinated) BAKSAL Mostaq Ahmad 4 Khondaker (1918–1996) 15 August 1975 6 November 1975 Bangladesh Awami League 5 Abu Sadat Mohammad Sayem (1916–1997) [4] 6 November 1975 21 April 1977 Independent 6 Ziaur Rahman (1936–1981)[5] 21 April 1977 30 May 1981 (assassinated) Military / Bangladesh Nationalist Party 7 Abdus Sattar (1906–1985)[6] 30 May 1981 24 March 1982 (deposed) Bangladesh Nationalist Party .

— Hussain Muhammad Ershad (1930–) Chief Martial Law Administrator[7] 24 March 1982 27 March 1982 Military 8 Ahsanuddin Chowdhury (1915–2001) 27 March 1982 10 December 1983 Independent 9 Hussain Muhammad Ershad (1930–) 11 December 1983 6 December 1990 Military / Jatiya Party — Shahabuddin Ahmed (1930–) Acting 6 December 1990 10 October 1991 Independent 10 Abdur Rahman Biswas (1926–) 10 October 1991 9 October 1996 Bangladesh Nationalist Party 11 Shahabuddin Ahmed (1930–) 9 October 1996 14 November 2001 Independent 12 Badruddoza Chowdhury (1932–) 14 November 2001 21 June 2002 Bangladesh Nationalist Party — Muhammad Jamiruddin Sircar (1931–) Acting 21 June 2002 6 September 2002 Bangladesh Nationalist Party .

13 Iajuddin Ahmed (1931–2012) 6 September 2002 12 February 2009 Independent 14 Zillur Rahman (1929–2013) 12 February 2009 20 March 2013[8] Bangladesh Awami League 15 Abdul Hamid (1944–)[9] 14 March 2013 Incumbent Bangladesh Awami League .