Rangpur Riders going to native town for awareness program
A friendly cricket match of physically disabled and autistic children is going to be arranged in Rangpur Divisional Stadium this 27th September. The native representative of BPL Rangpur Riders and a social organization named Ardrid and popular online based news agency BDCricTime are patronizing the whole event. [নিউজটি বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ ২৭ সেপ্টেম্বররংপুর রাইডার্স যাচ্ছে নিজ শহরে]
Besides that friendly match another cultural program is going to be held there in that stadium that day. Physically disabled children will perform there. Basically this program is arranged to encourage autistic and disabled children who are socially deprived. To encourage them Bangladesh National one day cricket team’s captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza will join the friendly match. Besides, other three star cricketer of national team Shahriar Nafees, Abdur Razzak and Rubel Hossain will also be there.
It was known by talking to organizers that the objective of this event is to encourage the disabled children and increase the confidence of them so that they can join different competitional programs. This will remove the misconception about them. This program is expected to bring a positive change of thinking of mass people about autism and physically disability.
A facebook event has been opened by the organizers so that interconnection gets easy for mass people. People can share and invite their friends on that event.
BDCricTime is patronizing this sort of event with physically disabled children not for the first time. Previously they have done many programs like this several times which got applauded by people. Social Organization Ardrid also does many awareness programs regarding autism. This time country-wide favorite BPL Team Rangpur Riders have taken the step with the initiation of BDCricTime and Ardrid.
To be noted, the match is going to be started at 10 am in 27th September at the heart of sports loving people, Divisional Stadium, Rangpur. The slogan or motto of this event is “Come and be a part of united and free society for disabled people.”
– Abu Sayem Dosar