Seema Hamid, the main sponsor of Youth Bangla, said that Youth Bangla Cultural Foundation is working for human welfare and will continue to do so. On the occasion of the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, activities to make the extremely poor people self-reliant will be continued.
Seema Hamid, the main patron of Youth Bengal, said this while addressing a function to provide assistance to the extremely poor people under the project titled ‘Swabalamban’ and ‘Swapnakutir’ to make them self-reliant. Tiny said the Youth Bangla Cultural Foundation has been working for a long time for the country’s heritage, culture and human welfare. Our goal is to be by the side of helpless people with small initiatives.
A rickshaw has been gifted to the destitute Ahsan Ullah of Paduar Borankara village in Chauddagram upazila of Comilla district through ‘Swabalamban’ project to make a living. Hanif has been paid to build a house.
Seema Hamid, Chief Patron of Youth Bangla, Dilara Zaman, Advisor Sharmili Ahmed, Shawkat Hossain, President Muna Chowdhury, Co-President Shimul Mustafa, General Secretary Aman Reza, Joint General Secretary Farzana Raushan, Organizing Secretary Sam were present on the occasion. Afrin, Organizing Secretary Masuda Bijli, Organizing Secretary Shipon Mitra, Office Secretary Taslima Jhumur and Assistant Office Secretary Milon Hossain
Three children of the same family drowned in Baldia village of Baldia union in Bhurungamari upazila of Kurigram. The tragic incident took place around 3 pm on Sunday.
The deceased were identified as Shefali, daughter of Apu Miah, Sadia, daughter of Saddam Hussein and Jasmine, daughter of Zahurul Islam. They are all the same age and all are 5 years old. They are three cousins.
According to the relatives, the three of them could not get up to take a bath in the pond adjacent to the house. They drowned in deep water there. After not seeing them for a long time, the family members started looking for them. At that time, Saddam Hussein saw the bodies of two people floating in the water. At Saddam’s shout, locals rushed to the scene and rescued three bodies.
Officer-in-charge of Kachakata Police Station Mahabub Alam said police were sent to the spot as soon as they came to know about the incident.