My grandfather. Haji Badshah is the second son of Mia. The late Bazlur Rahman. For about twenty-four years (1941-1972) he was the president (now called chairman) of the greater Purbachandrapur Union. His honesty, fairness, benevolence, humanity are universally known. He was idealistic, hard on injustice and sculpted terror for the wicked. There are many legends in his personal life during his presidency and many of the present time may not know him. But those of his time who are still alive are aware of him. He died about eleven years before I was born. Many of my grandfather's stories were narrated to us by my elder brother, the late Sultan Ahmed (Bara Mia). We had fun. But was not saved. I forgot a lot of true but funny stories. I remember two incidents / issues very well.
Dada used to ignore the fair appeal of the people. The way Hayek handled the appeal. When he applied to or went to Dada, Dada would first say - don't worry. Your application will be considered. Grandpa used the word consideration more and more. The word consideration was not so prevalent in the village at that time. The word 'consideration' becomes regional or a corruption of the word 'bilair nachan' to the common people. And ‘cat dancing’ meant approving an appeal to the president. When someone heard that the president was going to my grandfather with an application or RG, he would say with enthusiasm - don't worry. Your plea will let the president dance the cat. The president is a good man. Once two brothers quarreled over ancestral land in the neighboring village of Sekandarpur. The sixth brother went to the sub-divisional police station and paid a bribe of five rupees and brought it to the village to settle the matter with Darega (to take his side). Mr. Darega, wearing shorts, came and divided the land at the behest of his sixth brother and threatened his elder brother to seek justice. The matter came to my grandfather's ears. Grandpa is very angry. Dada sends an invitation to his grandfather Ardali Boli Mia to eat at Dada's house at noon. If you do not appear at the invitation to send a note with the sub-divisional magistrate. Arrive at Daraega Dada Kachari at noon. Grandpa had already arranged for a good frying with the help of chicken and rui fish. Darega is happy to eat hapus hupus. Meanwhile, the grandfather sent an order to the two brothers to stay at home. He also informed the members and dignitaries to stay at the house of the two brothers.
When Mr. Darega went to thank Dada with a sigh of satisfaction after eating, Dada said that it was not time to thank Mr. Darega. And a little later, thank you for giving. Although I did not call, you came to my union with the news. You are my guest. So you deserve hospitality. Now let's go to the house where he came to judge and judge. Although Daraega was scared, when he went to show a little power, his grandfather ordered Mia to tell him his order! Bindha Loy in Darega's child. Boli honestly sent Darega with her grandfather to the house of two quarrelsome Baindha. Earlier, many people including members of the house were present in the house. Seeing this state of affairs, everyone was shocked. The quarrelsome brother fell at the feet of his grandfather. Dada settled the dispute between the two brothers with the consent of all. Everyone is happy. The two brothers are happy. Daraega apologized to Dada. Leaving Daraegar, De Ma Kainda is alive. Grandpa said stop Darega! Judgment is one and there is one left. Then he said to Darega. - Daraega! Put your hand in your pocket. Five rupees of bribe. Fearing for his life, Darega took out five rupees and gave it to his grandfather. Dada told everyone present that this Darega had come to my area without my permission and had committed a great crime by accepting a bribe of five rupees. You say what to him.
Can be punished! Everyone says, you are our president, you decide. Darega fell at his grandfather's feet. At the direction of his grandfather, Daraega took an oath not to commit such a crime in front of everyone. He returned the five rupees recovered from Daraega to the quarrelsome brother and gave a stern warning for the future. Grandpa said to Darega from his own pocket with one rupee for rent, remember Darega! I am Baju President. I consider everything fair. One of the villagers in the crowd shouted, "We're fine with President Saber's 'Bilair Nachan'." Everyone present laughed. Where can you find such a chairman in this era?