The body of Abdul Gaffar Chowdhury, composer of Amar Ekushey song, veteran journalist and columnist will leave London for UK on Wednesday (May 25) for Dhaka. His body is expected to arrive in Dhaka on Thursday (May 26th). Foreign Minister Dr. on Friday (May 20) in the capital's Eskaton official residence facing journalists. AK Abdul Momen. He said the next flight will be on Wednesday if the British open the office on Monday and give the certificate from the hospital. Aircraft flight. The body may be sent on Wednesday. We will meet in Dhaka on Thursday. Abdul Ghaffar Chowdhury breathed his last on Thursday (May 19) at Barnett Hospital in London, UK. At the time of his death, he was 6 years old. According to Bangladesh High Commission sources in the United Kingdom, Gaffar Chowdhury was suffering from various complications due to old age including diabetes and kidney disease. He was treated at Burnett Hospital for the past three months. Ashikunnabi Chowdhury, Minister (Press) of the Bangladesh High Commission in the United Kingdom, said on Thursday that Gaffar Chowdhury would be buried next to his wife at the Martyred Intellectuals Cemetery in Dhaka's Mirpur as per his last wish. In a message sent to the media on Thursday, the Bangladesh High Commission in London said that after completing all the procedures, arrangements have been made to send the body of Abdul Ghaffar Chowdhury to Biman Bangladesh Airlines in Dhaka as soon as possible next week. However, the timing of taking Gaffar Chowdhury's body to Bangladesh depends on the hospital's discharge certificate. Gaffar Chowdhury has been awarded various awards including Bangla Academy Award, UNESCO Award, Bangabandhu Award, Manik Mia Medal in recognition of his contribution to literature. The Bangladesh government has awarded him Ekushey Padak and Swadhinata Puraskar.