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I`ve never seen such kind of silence in BKSP in 13 years: Shirin Akter

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Sports Reporter :
Seven times consecutive Fastest Woman of Bangladesh Shirin Akter said, " I've never seen such kind of silence in BKSP in 13 years."
Shirin Akter has become bored during the lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic. Shirin Akter of Bangladesh Navy wants to keep his fitness during this time. So, Shrin Akter didn't go to her home district during the vacation. Shirin thinks it's a great challenge for her to maintain her fitness.
Shirin Akter thinks herself lucky as she has got chance to practice at track and at gymnasium.
The fastest woman of Bangladesh said she could go to her home district during the leisure. But it would be risky for her and her family. Shirin's parents understood the situation.
She said, " I am very glad and I am safe. Everyday I practice for a single session. I have started my practice at 8.30 AM and have finished my training at 10.30 AM. It is tough to practice more time as I have been fasting since first Ramadan. I have passed rest of the time by sleeping, cooking and saying prayer."
She said, " I have been preparing my Iftar, dinner and Sahri since first Ramadan. It is little bit tough for me shopping at BKSP but I have managed my bazaar. Everyday I am taking lot of vegetables. I have taken fish and meet (beef, mutton, chicken) once a day. I am enjoying here."
She said, " There is no natural life in BKSP now. I have never seen such kind silence and such kind of situation at BKSP in my 13 years life here. I am expecting a good day. I hope fter coronavirus pandemic we shall get a better life. I expect my waiting for a good life will come soon."

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