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Written by Abu Aisha On Saturday 1st Muharram Oct 25th , hundreds of thousands of well-wishers converged on the streets of Dhaka to bid farewell to one of the most recognizable faces of Islam in Bangladesh, Professor Ghulam Azam. His life My grandfather was born in into a scholarly family with a lineage in which every one of his known forefathers was an Islamic scholar. Thus when he eventually made it to Dhaka University, he enrolled in the Arabic program only to find that his knowledge of Arabic was beyond anything the University had to offer. At University, he also became politically active and was a major force in the Bengali language movement that campaigned to have Bengali recognized as an official language in what was then East Pakistan, shortly after the independence of Pakistan. Early in his career, my grandfather was also a member of the Tabligh Jamaat movement, which he would later leave for the more politically active Jamaat Islami, though he always maintained the spiritual values instilled in him from his time with the former group.
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The success of the Grameen Bank has created optimism about the viability of banks engaged in extending micro-credit to the poor. When her conversation ended with Jagland, she received another call, this one from Laily Begum, a Grameen telephone employee.
However, this long relationship was doomed in after Yunus disclosed his intention to form a political party, Nagorik Shakti  From friends to foe[ edit ] The government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina waged a destructive campaign against Grameen and its founder, Muhammad Yunus. Yunus's announcement in that he would seek public office, even though he never went through with his plans". Yunus, however, suggested the general pick Fakhruddin Ahmed  for the job. Fakhruddin took office on 11 January and made it clear on his very first day that he intended not only to arrange a free and fair election but also to clean up corruption.
While Khalada and Hasina criticised Fakruddin and claimed that it was not his job to clean up corruption, Yunus expressed his satisfaction. In an interview with the AFP news agency, Yunus remarked that politicians in Bangladesh only work for money, saying, "There is no ideology here. Later Yunus announced the name of this prospective political party, Nagorik Shakti Citizen's Power , saying he had a mission to enter the political arena in his nation in hope of changing its identity from "bottomless basket" to "rising tiger.
After completing a full investigation, the Norwegian government found Yunus innocent. Yunus has also become subject to legal harassment over three criminal cases.
A criminal defamation case was filed against Yunus  for criticising politicians in A food inspector filed another case against Yunus,  alleging that yogurt manufactured by the Grameen-Danone was adulterated. The final blow came on 3 March Bangladesh Bank informed Grameen in a letter that Yunus had been removed from Grameen, citing that he was older than the mandatory retirement age of 60, even though nine of the bank's directors-who were elected by 8.
Backed by international leaders  e. Hasina also ordered a fresh investigation into the activities and financial transactions of Yunus  in his later years as managing director of Grameen, but people see the move as nothing more than an attempt to destroy his image. The prime minister also alleged that Yunus had received his earnings without the necessary permission from the government, including his Nobel Peace Prize earnings and the royalties from his books.
It was passed by parliament on 7 November ,  and replaced the Grameen Bank Ordinance, the law that underpinned the creation of Grameen Bank as a specialised microcredit institution in They were married in