First of all, we can mention the name of Comrade Muzaffar Ahmad, the Secretary
General and one the founders of the Communist Party of India. In those days, despite his over-engagement in political activities, he entangled himself with literary work. His first poem was '
Nomi Noakhali' (I salute Noakhali) published in a journal of Kolkata. He was the founder-Secretary of ' Bangiya Muslim Sahittya Parishad'. He published a research book on poet Kazi Nazrul Islam. Novelist, short-story writer and columnist Abdus Shakur was a senior bureaucrat who is well-known for his unique literary works. Chittya Ranjan Shaha, has written only a few books, but he has opened the road of creative literature through his famous publishing house ' Muktadhara'. Others who have made mentionable contribution in the various sectors of Bengali literature are Abul Kalam Azad (Poet, retd. Secretary of Bangladesh Govt.), Tofael Ahmed (Researcher & Autobiographer), Shahjahan Kibria (Juvenile literature, former Director of Shishu Academy), Pranab Bhatta (drama & short story writer and novelist), K G Mostafa (Poet & Song-Composer), and Hasan Abdul Gofran (Poet and Newsman).