Relief has been distributed among the destitute and helpless in Raipur upazila of Laxmipur under the initiative of ‘Bangladesh Coast Guard and Vidyananda Foundation’. The relief was distributed under the management of Bangladesh Coast Guard Raipur East Zone on Saturday morning.The relief has been distributed among 200 poor and helpless people in different wards of Uttar Char Ababil Union and Uttar Charbangshi Union of the upazila. Coast Guard Media Officer Lt. M. Abdur Rauf has confirmed the matter. Various Coast Guard officials and local journalists were present at the time.
Coast Guard Raipur East Zone Contingent Commander. Touhidul Islam said, “Food items including rice, pulses, flour, gram and salt have been distributed among 200 helpless, destitute, disabled and extremely poor people of the two unions.” The Bangladesh Coast Guard has always served humanity and will continue to do so.An embassy official in Bangladesh has been harassing his wife for a long time. The man, who was in a relationship with more than one woman, kicked his wife out of the house saying he would divorce her. At one stage, the helpless woman complained about this in the inbox of the official Facebook page of Bangladesh Police. Later, the embassy officer took his wife home through the mediation of the police. AIG (Media and Public Relations) at the police headquarters yesterday. Sohail Rana said that on the morning of April 26, a woman sent a message to the inbox of the ‘Bangladesh Police Official Facebook Page’ run by the Media and Public Relations Wing of the Bangladesh Police. In the message, she mentioned that her husband works in the embassy of a European country located in Bangladesh. The man had been torturing and harassing her in various ways since the marriage. He also has relationships with more than one woman. He even set up online relationships with other girls in front of his wife. Her husband locked the door of the house on April 26, asking the woman to leave, saying she would be divorced. Md. Sohail Rana said the woman immediately sent a message to the inbox of the central official Facebook page of the Bangladesh Police, run by Media and Public Relations, asking for her help. In the message, she specifically requested that her family not break up and that she be able to have a normal family with her husband. Media and Public Relations Wing Badda Police Officer in Charge (OC) said. Parvez instructs Islam to take necessary action. At the initiative of the OC, a team of police led by SI Shahidul Islam reached the address given by the woman and took her home. In the presence of police and local dignitaries, the man admitted his mistake and took his wife home, promising not to make such a mistake in the future. The woman expressed reluctance to lodge any formal complaint in this regard. A few days after the incident, the Media and Public Relations Wing contacted the woman and confirmed that she was fine. In the presence of her husband, the woman has been told that the Bangladesh Police is by her side to prevent any oppression and injustice.