August 7, 2022, 7:07 pm
Shekh Farid, Debiganj (Panchagarh): Time goes by according to the laws of nature, man also leaves at a certain time. The deeds done have a place in the pages of history, in the minds of the people People with a sense of humanity find success in life at the end of the day if they can serve people In the evergreen Bengal, there are countless people crying in the midst of laughter, joy or happiness, the pain of not being able to eat for three days, more worries in the lockdown.
Abdur Razzak is a well-known face of Debiganj municipality in Panchagarh district At a young age, several members of the family carry the responsibility on their shoulders Trying hard to grow the small business he got through his father With the earned income, the treatment of the sick father as well as the smile on the face of the whole family Everything was coming regularly However, Abdur Razzak’s story changed in the lockdown The economically broken boy is running in search of work But in the cruel reality did not get any work.
Razzak’s pain made him cry silently The boy could not avoid responsibility 8 Leave the responsibility and live or what The only hope after the father in the family of poverty is that 6 The days of hardship are revealed through twenty twenty foundations After that financial assistance was sought through various means Many have extended their hands in love As a result, Razzaq was given about Rs 8,000 in cash yesterday (July 11th) to grow his small jhalmuri business.
Ahmed Sadiq, General Secretary of the Twenty Twenty Foundation, donated the money for humanitarian assistance MF Bappi (Treasurer), Shakil Ahmed (Organizing Secretary), Munim Fuad Rafi (Office Secretary) were present on the occasion. Siratul Mostakim (Publicity Editor), Sajeeb Uddin (Co-Publicity Editor) and Mushtaq Shahriar Sahil (Library Editor) are also honorary members of the Twenty Twenty Foundation, Riyadul Hasan Nayan and Akkas Ali Bhuiyan, a prominent social worker.
A heartfelt thank you goes out on behalf of the Twenty Twenty Foundation, to those who have collaborated in Razzak’s hard times. In particular, Nripendra Narayan Government High School has 6 of the current and former respected teachers