He was one of the recipients of the highest military honor of Bangladesh, the title of "Bir Shrestha".  On the banks of the river Mahananda.He was martyred while trying to break the enemy's defenses. On his initiative, the Mukti Bahini inflicted heavy losses on the Pakistani army in the area. As a result, the freedom fighters defeated the opposition Defeated and liberated the area. The main gate of Dhaka Cantonment has been named "Shaheed Jahangir Gate" in his honor.
Mohiuddin Jahangir was born on 7 March 1949 in Rahimganj village of Babuganj upazila of Barisal district. His father Abdul Motaleb Hawladar was a farmer and his mother Safia Begum was a housewife. Mohiuddin is three sisters
Dada Abdur Rahim Hawladar was a powerful man. Due to his father's financial hardship, Jahangir went to his uncle's house in Patarchar village of Muladi upazila when he was only three and a half years old. Patarchar Government Primary School
His education began in 1953. Muladi Mahmud Jan passed matriculation from Pilot High School in 1984 in the science department. In 1968, he joined Barisal BM (Brajmohan).
He passed higher secondary from college.
As a student, Mohiuddin Jahangir was quite talented Besides sports, he was aware of politics In college life he studied like Lenin, Mao Zedong, Che Guevara.
The story and political philosophy of the struggling life of the individual He has written many biographies of Masterda Suryasen, Khudiram's Execution, Titumir's Bamboo Fort, Chittagong Armory Looting and Pritilata Waddedar's biography.
After passing the Higher Secondary Examination, Mohiuddin Jahangir tried to join the Air Force, but failed due to eye problems. In 1986, he studied statistics at Dhaka University.
He joined Pakistan Military Academy as a cadet. On June 2, 1986, he was commissioned in the Engineers Corps. His number in the army was PSS-10439. He is a graduate of Military College of Engineering, Risalpur
Completed Basic Course-29 and Officer Weapon Course from Infantry School of Tactics. He last returned to the country in late August 1979 on a month's leave.