Raja Akbar Khan belonged to the Mirpur district of Jammu and Kashmir and was a famous activist of the freedom movement of Kashmir. He was responsible for educating the people of Mirpur on how to get rid of suppressing powers. He joined All Jammu and the Kashmir Muslim Conference, and later became a nationalist. He was imprisoned in Jammu after arranging a big disturbance against Toheen of Quran in Jammu.
Lieutenant-General Zahid Ali Akbar Khan (Urdu: زاہد على اكبر; January 9, 1933), TKdt, was an engineering officer in the Pakistan Army who oversaw the construction of the General Headquarters (GHQ), and is well known as the director of the Kahuta Project as part of the Pakistan's acquisition of integrated atomic bomb project. After graduating from the of Military College of Engineering, Akbar was commissioned in Corps of Engineers, and took participation in both the and the wars; and finally reached to a prestigious three-star assignment, the Engineer-in-Chief, while he also served as the military Science Adviser advising the military government of Zia-ul-Haq on important matters on science and technology, from until
is a Bangladeshi economist and educationist who served as a bureaucrat until He was the SDO of Habiganj during the Bangladesh Liberation War, when he decided to join the war. Later he served as an official of the Mujibnagar Government. After the independence he joined back the civil serviceand reached to the highest post of Cabinet Secretary and also worked as a university teacher. Towards the end of 2006, he became one of the advisers of the Caretaker Government for a brief period which was led by President Iajuddin Ahmed. He resigned along with three other advisers Hasan Mashhud Chowdhury, C M Shafi Sami and Sultana Kamal after a series of disagreements which included army deployment in the country with the Chief adviser and President Iajuddin Ahmed. Sheikh Hasina claimed that Akbar Ali Khan failed to hold elections and thrown country into dark by resigning from Iajuddin Ahmed's Caretaker Government. In October 2007, the Government of Bangladesh constituted a Regulatory Reforms Commission (RRC) with him as the chair. Following pressure from government he had to quit RRC. Dr. Khan is reputed for integrity, pragmitism and uncompromising attitude. His book Porarthoporotar Orthoniti (Economics of Other-minding) has been a popular book on economics à la Galbraith.