A child named Mahim (4) was killed when a sand-filled trolley hit him at Hatibandha in Lalmonirhat. This has cast a shadow of mourning over the family and the area. The incident took place on the Milon Bazar-Gaddimari Hatkhola bypass road in the upazila on Monday noon. The deceased was identified as Hafizul Islam of Gaddimari village under Mahim upazila. It is learned that Fahim and Mahim were riding on a bicycle loaded with sand and were following the trolley. On the way, the trolley climbed on a high bridge in the Milon Bazar-Gaddimari Hatkhola bypass road area and the trolley moved backwards. Mahim died on the spot after being hit by a trolley.
Gaddimari Union Parishad Chairman Abu Bakkar Siddique Shyamal said the trolley was seized in the incident. However, the driver is absconding.
Hatibandha Police Officer-in-Charge (OC) Ershadul Alam confirmed the incident and said police had been sent to the spot. However, no complaint was received in this incident.
The situation in the country has taken a serious turn. The number of deaths is increasing every day. In this situation, the charity organization ‘Love Share BD’ is going to take initiative to provide free oxygen cylinders.
Kamrul Alam, operations in-charge (Shahjahanpur) of Love Share BD’s capital branch, said, “We have now decided to distribute free oxygen cylinders to save lives in the Corona situation.” Hopefully, I will be able to start this work in the next couple of days. We want to be active in this epidemic with the limited capacity of the organization.
He said, ‘Some of the scheduled phone numbers will be given on our Facebook page. In order to make a call, the volunteers of ‘Love Share BD’ will deliver free oxygen cylinders to the house. Our activities will continue 24 hours a day.
The charity organization ‘Love Share BD’ has delivered Iftar gifts cooked to hundreds of families every day since the first day of the holy month of Ramadan in different parts of the capital. Kamrul Alam said that this activity will not be stopped for the endangered people who have lost their livelihood in the lockdown.
Commenting on the activities of the organization, Kamrul Alam, operations in-charge (Shahjahanpur) of Love Share BD, said that as part of the humanitarian service activities, they are participating in health camps, performing cataract surgery on the elderly and running sewing training centers in Shahjahanpur. One of our goals is to get people out of begging.
“We urge everyone to join the Love Share BD program,” he said. We are looking forward to working on tackling climate change and preventing environmental pollution. Besides, if the situation becomes normal after the epidemic, the work of creating an environment for the practice of culture including libraries and film screenings in villages and towns will also be done by profit sharing BD.