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Film Artistes’ Association donates essentials for Sylhet, Sunamganj’s flood victims

23 June 2022
Film Artistes’ Association donates essentials for Sylhet, Sunamganj’s flood victims


Entertainment Desk :
Leaders of Bangladesh Film Artistes’ Association reached in Sylhet to provide basic essentials for the flood victims. Actors Riaz, Symon Sadik, Nipun and Jasmine provided dry foods, portable water and cash to the victims via
boat-trawler. Basically this initiative
was undertaken by the Film Artistes’ Association.
According to Riaz, he has been providing basic necessities to over 500 families in Gowainghat and Lakhinagar areas since Wednesday morning.
Film actress Nipun said, “We felt that we had to stand beside them during such a catastrophic disaster. No we will provide relief and cash to two and a half thousand families on behalf of the Film Artiste’s Association,” Nipun also said.
Symon Sadik, Assistant General Secretary of the Association, said, “Right now, we need to stand beside the flood victims during this time. We came here because we wanted to help them in whatever way possible. All of us request everyone to stand by these helpless people during such difficult times.”
Riaz and Nipun have officially rushed to the field to provide essentials. Actor Shakib Khan has sent funds to the flood victims, as he is not presently in the country.
Noted film actor Dipjol has already sent 10 trucks of food to Sylhet.
Film actor Ananta Jalil has allocated Tk30 lakhs for the flood victims.

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