Afsar Bahini

Afsar Bahini (also known as "Afsar Battalion") was a sub group within Mukti Bahini during Bangladesh Liberation War. Major Afsaruddin Ahmed organized independence fighters in Mymensingh to form this battalion. This battalion collected arms from Pakistan occupation army and developed liberated area in the region. Major Afsaruddin Ahmed was the Chief of Command of this group. [cite news |first=Rashid |last=Mahmud-ur |authorlink= |author= |coauthors= |title= Sectors & Armed Forces of the Liberation War 1971 |url=http://www.thedailystar.net/campus/2008/03/04/feature_sectors.htm |work = Star Campus| |publisher=The Daily Star |id=Volume 2 Issue 61 |language=English|date= 2008-03-23|accessdate=2008-05-16]

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