Mohammad Hamidur Rahman (2 February 1953 – 27 October 1971) was a martyred freedom fighter who participated in the war of independence of Bangladesh. He is one of the seven heroes who were awarded the title of “Bir Shrestha”, the highest military honor of Bangladesh, in recognition of their extreme bravery and outstanding heroism in the great liberation war of Bangladesh. Hamidur Rahman, who was martyred at the age of 18, is the youngest of the seven heroic freedom fighters.
He fought in Sector 4. In October 1971, Hamidur Rahman took part in the expedition to capture the Dhalai border outpost on behalf of the 1st East Bengal C Company.
Soldier Hamidur Rahman was awarded the Bir Shrestha Medal, the highest military medal of Bangladesh for his outstanding contribution to the war of liberation.
Besides, his own village ‘Khord Khalishpur’ was renamed as Hamidnagar 7 There is a government primary school named after him in this village There is a stadium in Jhenaidah Sadar. A ferry is also named after him. A college was established in 1999 in Khalishpur Bazar After 36 years of independence, the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has started the construction of a library and a memorial museum in his village to preserve the memory of these martyrs.