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Abu Sadat Mohammad Sayem

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  1. Justice Abu Sadat Mohammad Sayem was the first Chief Justice of Bangladesh and also the 5th President of Bangladesh, serving between November 6, 1975 and April 21, 1977

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  2. died on July 8, 1997

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  3. born on March 29, 1916

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  4. born in the city of Rangpur in the province of Bengal (now in Bangladesh)

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  5. After years working as a lawyer and judge at the Calcutta courts, Sayem moved to Dhaka after the partition of India in 1947

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