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Cleaning campaign at CMC Hospital initiated by Faraj Karim

10 June 2022


Chattogram Bureau :
Many people injured in the fire accident at the Sitakunda container depot were admitted to Chittagong Medical College (CMC) Hospital for treatment. Thousands of people, including relatives of the patients, law enforcement agencies and various voluntary
organisations, gathered at the hospital and adjoining areas. As a result, the inside of the hospital, including the bathroom, is filled with a lot of garbage outside the hospital.
In order to get rid of such a situation, a clean-up program was organized on the initiative of juvenile politician and noted social personality Faraj Karim Chowdhury.
More than 200 young volunteers participated in the programme held on Tuesday night. The members of the volunteer team cleaned everything as there was a lot of garbage inside the hospital. In this context, Faraj Karim Chowdhury said, cleanliness is a part of faith. “We have taken this programme from the place of love for the country and responsibility in the recent situation,” he also said. 

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