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Hafizul Islam became a lawyer after overcoming hundreds of obstacles

Dewan Sabuj, Ishwardi (Pabna): This is like a long journey. Finally the weary traveler reached his destination. Hafizul Islam Badal has become a lawyer with the inspiration of his father after overcoming hundreds of adversities. But his father could not hear the happy news that Hafizul became a lawyer after overcoming hundreds of obstacles. Because Hafizul’s father passed away on May 8.
Hafizul was born in 1986 in a Muslim family in Maniknagar village of Salimpur union under Ishwardi police station in Pabna district. His father’s name was Khalilur Haque Dewan. His father was a pious man. Hafizul is the youngest child of the parents. Hafizul’s education started from Maniknagar East Government Primary School in the year.
At the end of primary, he passed SSC from Maniknagar High School and HSC from Salimpur Degree College. He then passed Post Graduate (MSS Political Science) from Pabna Edward College. Then he was admitted to Pabna Aminuddin Law College and passed LLB from there. After a long wait due to the complexity of the session of the Bar Council, he finally passed the MCQ, written in 2020 and the final oral exam in 2021 with distinction.
In an interview, Hafizul Islam expressed his feelings and said, “My father’s dream was to become a lawyer.” I studied in the law department with that dream. I could not take the test due to the complexity of the session of the Bar Council.
 After a long wait, I finally succeeded in the continuous MCQ, written and oral exams. I succeeded when I fought with many adversities. But my father could not see this happy day today.
I dedicate all of my success today to my father. May Allah grant him Paradise (Amin).
Reference: Hafizul Islam Badal became the first lawyer of Maniknagar village after the war.
It may be mentioned that 5,982 people have finally passed the enrollment test as lawyers in the Bar Council. From now on they will be able to practice as lawyers in the respective courts.
Rafiqul Islam, secretary of the Bar Council, confirmed the matter to the media on Saturday (September 25) afternoon. Earlier, they tested in three steps – oral, written and MCQ.
From August 31, step-by-step oral examinations were held at the Supreme Court Auditorium and the Supreme Court Judges Sports Complex. About 6,000 students participated in the test.
Earlier, about 13,000 trainee lawyers took part in the written test for enrollment in the Bar Council. Earlier, 60,000 trainee lawyers took part in the MCQ exam. Only eight thousand 84 of them passed MCQ. Besides, out of 34 thousand students in 2016, a total of 12,006 students including 3,590 students who dropped out for the second and last time took part in the written test.

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