- Looking back ’71 – Shah Sayed Kamal
- Bittersweet Victory – A Freedom Fighters Tale – Abdul Qayyum Khan, Book published by UPL
- Mukti Bahini – Wikipedia
- “The tiger is dead. The tiger is dead” – Abdul Qayyum Khan, who fought alongside Bir Sreshtho Mohiuddin Jahangir, published Dec 16, 2020
- Lt. Col Syed Abdul Hai (martyrdom Mar 30, 1971) – by son Ashfaque Hai. My father laid down his life for our freedom. March 27, 2021. The Daily Star.
- Lt. Col Nurul Absar Mohammad Jahangir
Muktibahini Video Footages:
The Mukti Bahini, also known as the Bangladesh Forces, was the guerrilla resistance movement consisting of the Bangladeshi military, paramilitary and civilians during the War of Liberation that transformed East Pakistan into Bangladesh in 1971.
Dates of operation: March–December 1971
Active regions: Bangladesh
Part of: First Government of Bangladesh
Size: 120,000 (70,000 trained, 50,000 semi-trained)
M. A. G. Osmani, Commander-in-Chief
M. A. Rab, Chief of Staff
A K Khandker, Deputy Chief of Staff