Ebadur Rahman Chowdhury (18 February 1947 – 6 September 2023) was a notable Bangladeshi politician associated with the Bangladesh Nationalist Party. He served as a member of the Jatiya Sangsad, the national parliament of Bangladesh, representing the Moulvibazar-1 constituency. Additionally, he held the position of State Minister of Disaster Management and Relief from 2001 to 2003.


Ebadur Rahman Chowdhury entered the political arena and made a significant impact in Bangladesh’s political landscape. In the year 2001, he ran as a candidate from the Bangladesh Nationalist Party and was successfully elected to the parliament from the Moulvibazar-1 constituency.

During his tenure as a parliament member, Chowdhury contributed to various legislative matters and represented the interests of his constituency. His role in the parliament allowed him to address critical issues concerning disaster management and relief efforts.

Chowdhury’s dedication to public service and his role in the political sphere left a lasting legacy in Bangladesh. His contributions to the nation will be remembered for years to come.

Ebadur Rahman Chowdhury’s passing on 6th September 2023 marked the end of an era in Bangladeshi politics. His life and career serve as a testament to the importance of dedicated individuals in shaping the nation’s destiny.