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GP distributes relief goods among 2,000 flood-hit people

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Business Desk :
Grameenphone distributed relief goods among 2000 flood victims of the district in the last few days.
The packets of relief materials were distributed here through local office of Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS), office sources said.
The relief materials included 15 kg of rice, 2 kg of lentil, a litre of soya bean oil, a kg of salt, a kg of sugar and a kg of suzi.
On the occasion, a function was held in front of Public Library and Club of the town here yesterday with Rezaul Karim Reza, secretary BDRCS, district unit, in the chair.
Ataur Rahman Ata, chairman of Zila Parishad and BDRCS, district unit, addressed the function as the chief guest, while mayor of Gaibandha Municipality Advocate Shah Masud Zahangir Kabir Milon and area manager of Grameenphone M. Shafiul Alam Sarker were present as the special guests.
Assistant director of BDRCS Abdul Karim, senior territory manager of Grameenphone Rezoanul Karim, territory manager Mashiur Rahman Siddique, members of the unit Sarwar Hossain Shahin and Sultana Islam Dolly and local journalists were present.

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