Ayub Bachchu’s 1st namaz-e-janaza held at National Eidgah

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19 October, 2018 14:50 PM

Ayub Bachchu’s 1st namaz-e-janaza held at National Eidgah

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The 1st namaz-e-janaza of legendary singer Ayub Bachchu, who died of heart attack in the capital on Thursday morning, was held at the National Eidgah adjacent to the High Court after Jumma prayers today.

Earlier, People from all walks of life paid their last tributes to the popular rock star at Central Shaheed Minar in the city.

The body of Ayub Bachchu was kept at the Central Shaheed Minar premises at 10. 22 am on Friday.

Bachchu, one of the country’s top rock musicians and founder of the popular LRB band, will be buried at the family graveyard at his ancestral home in Chattogram.

The LRB band founder breathed his last yesterday morning following a cardiac arrest at his Magbazar residence at the age of 56 leaving behind wife, a son and a daughter alongside a huge number of relatives, disciples and admirers to mourn his death.

Bachchu was born in Chattogram town’s Firingi Bazar on August 16 in 1962. He was debuted in music field in 1978 joining the music band ‘Feelings’.

A total of 12 band albums and 16 sole albums were released until his demise.