Country’s leading business conglomerate Bashundhara Group has distributed food to underprivileged people who became workless after countrywide stay-at-home orders due to the coronavirus situation.
Volunteers including officials went door to door of the ‘low income’ people and distributed combo packets of food to 2 thousand families in different areas of the capital on Sunday.Parting in three groups, officials and volunteers began food distribution activities from International Convention City Bashundhra (ICCB) and moved around Beraid, Doomni and Solmaid areas in the capital.
A combo food pack contains – ten kilograms of miniket rice, 2 kilograms of lentil, half kilogram of ginger, fresh soya bean oil 1 liter, potato 2 kilograms, onion 2 kilograms and garlic a half kilogram.
Bashundhara Group Executive Director Imrul Hasan, Executive Directors Mahbubur Rahman Tuhin and Nazmul Alam Bhuiyan were in the teams to give food to people for their survival during the stay-at-home situation.
Officials said the programme will be extended in other areas and will continue till the situation will become normal.
Taking to Daily Sun, Bashundhara Group Executive Director Mahbubur Rahman Tuhin mentioned that Bashundhara Group always stands by the people and for the betterment of the country.
“As the lower-income people are worst sufferers of the existing situation due to coronavirus pandemic, we have taken an initiative to support people to save from starvation,” he said.