Young people deliver food to poor in Cuakata
Anwar Hossain Anu, Kuakata: The corona virus in The Kuakata of the city of Muzaffarnagar has caused the greatest damage to the people with a daily life, mental and mental balance. The family members of the Kuakata Happy Club and the Kuakata Youth Club came to the side of the families who were left unemployed. Some people are also bringing food to the poor people in the country.
These young men who have come forward to serve the human race are going home and searching. The poor, the helpless, the helpless, the helpless, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor, the poor Distributing food to the unborn mentally unstable. Young members of these organizations are carrying out a clean-up campaign to keep the city clean. The members of the Kuakata Happy Club are spraying the pesticides in the house to the city. But the youth are doing these services by keeping the social distance. Also, people are raising awareness about the prevention of the corona virus by going home. Young people who have come forward to serve humanity by spending their hands are encouraged by the rich.
On March 28 ,8 am , The Mayor of The City of Kuakata, Mr. Abdul Barek Mollah officially inaugurated the clean-up operation of the volunteer organization, the Kuakata Shub Club. The youth of the two groups of the sehasabi came along side of the city of Quetta Municipal Mayor Ah Barek Mollah. He is encouraging young people to do these social activities.
Zahidul Islam, president of the Good Club, said that like the whole country, kuakata is not at risk of attacking the coronavirus. They are trying to raise awareness among people on low-income people who are not aware of the virus. The city is on a clean-up mission. The germs are spraying. Zahidul said they are doing this to keep themselves safe and to be in the care of humanity.
Ibrahim Waheed, president of the Youth Club, said the lockdown has left the poor and poor families in Kuakata in a state of inactivity. I’ll go home and search and give us as much food as we can. Ibrahim also said that many people with mental health are starving because of the lockdown. They’re feeding them. They are doing this with awareness and caution. They are trying to keep the young members of the organization from their work and to be with the helpless.
Mr. Barak Mollah said that members of the Kuakata Happy Club and the Kuakata Youth Club are feeding the poor, the needy and the needy at home to deal with the risk of the Corona virus. Feeding the mentally unstable people who are starving. The mayor said that the rich and industrialists of the youth’s human services would be the ones who would come forward to serve the people. However, the municipal mayor has suggested that he be able to serve with awareness by maintaining social distance.