The noble title of ‘Queen of the UK’ received the ‘Knight’ of the Bangladeshi origin, Aakhalakur Rahman Chowdhury. This title was given to him as part of the appointment of a judge of the High Court Division of the country. From now on he will be known as ‘Sir Abdalqur Rahman Chowdhury’.
On Thursday, the British Raj palace ‘Queen Buckingham Palace’ gave the title ‘Night’ to Queen Elizabeth II, the second by the royal formalities. The title was given to 11 judges appointed in the High Court Division of the country.
Among the Bangladeshi people living in the United Kingdom, the first person was Akhlakur Rahman Chowdhury, who received this title. And among the Bengalis, he is third. Rabindranath Tagore got the ‘Knight’ title as the first Bengali. Fazle Hasan Abed, the founder of BRAC, achieved this glorious title as the second Bengali and the first and only Bangladeshi.
Akalbakur Rahman Chowdhury was appointed as a judge of the UK High Court as the first person to be a Bangladeshi. His appointment was effective from October 2. Akhlakur Rahman Chowdhury was born in the UK Hampshire He is the eldest son of late Azizur Rahman Chowdhury and mother Sultana Chowdhury and two daughters and one daughter. Azhaklak lives in London with wife Saphina and three children. Their original house in Sylhet Zakiganj
Akhalqur Rahman Chowdhury’s brother-in-law, Kawsar Chowdhury said in the first light, the attendant was present on the night kneading ceremony with the wife of Shilpi. After the formalities, Rani joined hands with him and wanted to know about the work. He said that on October 16, the oath ceremony of the Awqlakur Rahman Chowdhury was completed in London’s Royal Court of Justice.
The knighthood award winner of the Queen of the United Kingdom, Akhlakur Rahman Chowdhury.
UK judges usually do not speak in the media. Do not react to your achievement. Such restrictions are observed in the country without effect.
Bachelor of Science in Physics from Glasgow University, Ablakkur Rahman Chowdhury. Later, he took a bachelor’s degree in law from the University of London. In 1992, ‘Bar at Law’ started with the law profession. Business, Employment and Information Law expert Alkalakur Rahman worked as a legal advisor to the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Defense, the Revenue Division and the UK government. The second highest court has the experience of working with two judges of the ‘Court of Appeal’. Was also an adviser to the British Information Commissioner In order to make the experience and exceptional contributions to law, he was awarded a Quinn Council or QC in 2015.
In 2009, Azhakalak was appointed as a ‘Recorder’ and in 2016, he was appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge. As a judge of the High Court, the last appointment was made. He is serving the Queens Division of the High Court. This division addresses the agreement and business dispute.
According to the update on July 20, there are 96 judges in the British High Court. Of these, 61 judges of the Queens Division High court judges wear red-colored gowns, they are also known as ‘red zones’.