Speech Of Chairman:

Dear All respected citizens of Habigonj district In home & abroad, Respected Advisors and colleagues of Habigonj Association, Dhaka,Assalamu alaikum.Greeting from Habiganj Association, Dhaka, and on my behalf.Hope all of you are doing well. Many of you are aware that in 1987, some prominent social worker and respected personality of Habiganj district living in Dhaka established Habiganj Association, Dhaka.

Speech Of General Secretary:

On behalf of Habigonj Association, Dhaka I would like to greet all  the esteemed citizens of Habigonj district,esteemed advisors-of Habiganj Association and esteemed leaders of this organization. Greetings, Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullah I hope all of you are healthy and well with your family. I pray for the forgiveness of the departed souls of those of us who have died, especially those who have been infected with Covid 19 and died at home and abroad.
About Our Organization
Habigonj Association, Dhaka aspires for a society free from starvation, oppression and exploitation, where every individual  will live in peace and communal harmony by enjoying the rightful share of the resources belonging to the society and able to enjoy their basic rights.
To ensure participation of every potential  and experienced social activists and 
Our Activities
Habiganj Association is a service-oriented social voluntary non-political organization. It was established for benefits of the people of Habiganj district .
The main objective of this organization is to implement all possible activities for the welfare of Habiganj district residents living in Dhaka and living in 9 upazilas of Habiganj district.
Biography Of Chairman
Prof. Dr. Kamrul Hasan Tarafdar is one of the eminent Otolaryngologists of the country and a pride of Habigonj district . He was born in 1957. His ancestral home is in Baliari villof Bangladesh policeage of Chunarughat upazila under Habiganj district. His father is late Nasir Uddin Tarafder, who was serving in forest department being a Range Officer and was a pious, very social and well reputed personality.
Biography Of General Secretary
Dr. Syed Shah Amran was born in 1974 in village Belghar of Madhabpur upazila of Habiganj district.  He is the fourth of five siblings.  His other four siblings are Syeda Fatema Begum, Syed Ashraf Ali, Syeda Nazma Begum and Syeda Asma Begum respectively.  His father, the late Syed Hossain Ali (1919-2008), was most pious man.  Mr. Amran has a reputation for being extremely talented. Dr. Syed Shah Amran’s mother is Chowdhury Shahana Begum.
History Habiganj is the name of a historical city where rivers like Khowai, Karangi Sutang, Bijna, Ratna etc. are associated with the memory of Syed Nasir Uddin [R:}, a follower of Sufi saint Hazrat Shahjalal {R:}. Syed Habib Ullah, son of Syed Hedayet Ullah, a descendant of Syed Sultan, the founder of the historical Sultansi Habeli, established a ganj or bazaar on the banks of the river Khowai. According to its name,
A mentionable numbers of famous people were born in Habigonj district. Some of them are mentioned  here.
Justices Syed AB Mahmud Hossain: (1916-1982) Former Chief Justice of Bangladesh. He was born at village Laskarpur in Habiganj district in 1916. On completion of his educational career Syed AB Mahmud Hossain joined the Dhaka District Bar in 1940. He served for sometime as the principal of Darul Ulum Ahsania Madrasa, Dhaka. In 1942, he joined the Habiganj Sub-division Bar, and had been the assistant government pleader from 1943 to 1948. Mahmud Hossain joined the Dhaka High Court Bar in 1948. He was enrolled as an attorney of Federal Court of Pakistan in 1951 and a senior advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in 1958. He was elevated to the Bench as a Judge of the High Court of Judicature in East Pakistan in 1965. After the emergence of Bangladesh Mahmud Hossain was appointed a judge of the High Court of Bangladesh in January 1972. He was appointed a judge of the Appellate Division of Supreme Court in December 1972. In November 1975, Mahmud Hossain was appointed the Chief Justice of Bangladesh from which office he retired in 1978. As a Judge he had delivered many judgments making important pronouncements on the points of law. In one of his pronouncements in the case of Mahbub Hossain he declared that the employees of a statutory corporation are neither in the service of the Republic nor are to be treated under the general principle of master and servant,