Mushfiqur Rahim comes to aid the flood affected people

Former Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim extended his helping hand to the flood affected people. He has sent daily necessary goods for 300 families who are going through a rough phase. Mushfiqur Rahim foundation which was inaugurated after the emergence of Coronavirus distributed the relief goods to the families at a remote area in Bangladesh.

Mushfiqur Rahim comes to aid the flood affected people

Mushfiqur Rahim is one of the most beneficent cricketer in the world. He was one of the prominent cricketer who stepped forward to donate his accessories and memorabilia for auction in order to help the underprivileged people at the time of lockdown. He has extended his helping hand to the underprivileged athletes and net bowlers too.

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Mushfiqur Rahim cited his concern about the regional people who lives in the verge of immense beauty and natural resources. But natural calamities often led their life miserable and the former skipper feels that it’s sacred duty to help these underprivileged people at the time of their inconvenience.

” The people who have been working hard forever are helpless today. These kind hearted people who accepted destiny, today it is only a longing for help. Knowing all the news is not a decision, these people have to reach my, a little respect wrapped love. It is my responsibility. The next story, just a smile on his face.” Mushfiq wrote in his page.

“Alhamdulillah. Couple of days ago, my dream project Mushfiqur Rahim Foundation officially started it’s journey by distributing relief materials among 300 flood-affected families in Bohail Village and Dharabharsha Char under Bohail Union of Sariakandi Upazilla in Bogura District. I express my love and respect to the volunteers of Bangladesh Red Crescent Society, Bogra Unit for the smooth conduct of all relief work.”


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