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Wheelchairs, smart cans and warm clothes distributed among autistic students in Kotalipara

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  • 22nd December, 2022 11:06:10 AM
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Wheelchairs, smart cans and warm clothes distributed among autistic students in Kotalipara

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A number of 260 students of Agragami Autistic School at Kotalipara in Gopalganj have received wheelchairs, smart cans and warm clothes.

Md Shahid Ullah Khandaker, former senior secretary, now entrusted with implementing development projects in Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's constituency Gopalganj-3, attended the programme as the chief guest and distributed the materials among autistic children.

Four students received wheelchairs, two smart cans and 254 children got warm clothes at Agragami Autistic School at Siktibari village in Radhaganj union of the Kotalipara upazila on Tuesday.

Upazila Nirbahi Officer Ferdous Wahid presided over the event which was addressed by upazila Awami League president Bhabendra Nath Biswas, general secretary Ainal Hossain Sheikh, municipality mayor Haji Md Kamal Hossain Sheikh, Prof Kartik Chandra Biswas, Officer-in-Charge of Kotalipara Police Station Md Zillur Rahman, Radhaganj union parishad chairman Bhim Chandra Bagchi, and former chairman Michael Hirohit Biswas.

Speaking on the occasion, Md Shahid Ullah Khandaker said “Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is perfect successor of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Hasina in terms of apt leadership, political acumen and humanity. Similarly, Sajeeb Wazed Joy and Saima Wazed Putul are true successors of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. The two children of the Prime Minister have set rare examples by working for backward section of people in the society.”

About contribution of two children of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, he said “Sajeeb Wazed Joy is pushing the country forward through digitisation and IT advancement. Meanwhile, Saima Wazed Putul is working for children with special needs and earning international acclaim. Now, the children with special needs are no more burdens to the family and society.”