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Prime Minister’s Tk 10 lakh savings card held by a child singing on Cox’s Bazar beach

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Prime Minister's Tk 10 lakh savings card held by a child singing on Cox's Bazar beach | The family of Class IV student Noore Jannat lived on the income earned by singing and singing on Cox's Bazar beach. They have a family of 5 with one sister, two brothers, parents.

The family of Class IV student Noore Jannat lived on the income earned by singing and singing on Cox’s Bazar beach. They have a family of 5 with one sister, two brothers, parents.

A resident of Dakshin Ghonar Para area of Cox’s Bazar, Nur Jannat’s father Muhammad Islam was a day laborer and mother a housewife. But suddenly the whole family had to be imprisoned in the middle of such a story of Amanisha. Bara became paralyzed in an accident three years ago while working as a daily wage worker. He does not have the opportunity to move or do any work. As a result, Nure Jannat went down to earn money by singing songs on the beach.

However, he did not stop reading. The fourth class student Jannat of Ghonar Para Kaderia Government Primary School in Cox’s Bazar entertains people with his songs but continues to support the family of 5 with income.

And this story was aired on January 25 by the private news television Jamuna TV. Due to which, on Tuesday afternoon, the documents of savings certificate of Tk 10 lakh from the prime minister’s fund reached the family of Nur Jannat.

Deputy Commissioner of Cox’s Bazar Muhammad Shaheen Imran handed over the documents of the savings certificate to the family.

Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Shaheen Imran said that after the news came to the notice of the honorable Prime Minister, he instructed to inquire into the matter. Later, instructions were given from the honorable Prime Minister’s office to take the necessary measures to issue a 10 lakh taka savings certificate (profit-based savings certificate every three months) in favor of Sanjida Akhtar, mother of Nure Jannat. According to that, all the activities have already been completed and the savings certificate documents have been handed over to them.

He said that a house has already been allocated for the family of Noor Jannat as a gift from the Prime Minister. Once the work on the house is completed, they can start living there.

Cox’s Bazar Sadar Upazila Nirbahi Officer Sarat Khisa said, earlier on the instructions of the District Commissioner of Cox’s Bazar, financial assistance of Tk 30,000 and Noor’s study materials were delivered to his family. All arrangements have been made for him to continue his studies. At the same time, Nure Jannat has been admitted to Cox’s Bazar District Art Academy. Where he can learn music regularly.

Noor’s mother Sanjida Islam said that she has no words to express her gratitude to the honorable Prime Minister. There was always a thought about how my daughter would continue to study music in addition to studying in a good school. Allah has accepted my prayer.

Father Muhammad Islam said, “My daughter’s life is going to change through a television news.” We never imagined in our life that we will get such a big gift from the Prime Minister. I have spent three years of helplessness especially since my accident. I can’t do any heavy work. How to run the family was always a concern. We are very happy to receive the gift of honorable Prime Minister by the grace of Allah. For that, I am grateful to the honorable Prime Minister, Cox’s Bazar District Commissioner, UNO and Television.

Nure Jannat said, now I can continue studying and practicing music. Everyone will pray for me so that I can develop myself as a good artist and spread the reputation of the country.

Yamuna Television’s Cox’s Bazar correspondent Ehsan Al Qutbi said, after being fascinated by listening to music on the beach, he came to know about Jannat and made a report and it was broadcast. One piece of news can change a family’s life. I have to thank the Prime Minister.

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