Jubo League distributes iftar, Eid gifts among 4.66 lakh people during Ramadan

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Published on April 24, 2022
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Jubo League, an associate body of the ruling Awami League (AL), distributed iftar items and Eid gifts among the 4.66 lakh distressed people across the country till 20 Ramadan.

The package of gift items included saree, lungi, rice, lentil, potato, onion, one liter soybean, salt, two types of semai, milk and sugar.

The youth wing of the ruling party took the initiative at the directive of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and call of its Chairman Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash.

Earlier, the organisation has also stand by some 86 lakh people during the Covid-19 pandemic giving food assistances, medical assistances for the affected people, burial of deceased people, free telemedicine, oxygen and ambulance services support.

Even the leaders and activists have joined their hand in harvesting paddy during the pandemic situation.

According to the Jubo League data, 10,000 people received assistances from its central committee, 15,000 from Dhaka Metropolitan North, 12,000 from Dhaka Metropolitan South, 3,000 from Rangpur district, 4,000 from Rangpur Metropolitan, 6,000 from Gaibandha, 6,000 from Kurigram, 7,000 from Thakurgaon, 3,000 from Lalmonirhat, 2,000 from Nilphamari, 2,500 from Panchagarh, 7,000 from Dinajpur, 3,500 from Rajshahi, 2,500 from Rajshahi Metropolitan, 20,000 from Pabna, 2,000 from Sirajganj, 2,000 from Natore, 17,000 from Bogura, 3,000 from Joypurhat, 5,000 fromNaogaon, 3,500 from Chapainawabganj, 5,000 from Khulna, 9,000 from Khulna Metropolitan,12,000 from Jashore, 6,000 from Jhenaidah, 2,500 from Meherpur, 6,000 from Kushtia, 3,000 from Magura, 2,500 from Narail, 6,000 from Bagerhat, 4,000 from Satkhira, 1,500 from Barisal, 1,000 from Barisal Metropolitan, 15,000 from Patuakhali, 2,000 from Bhola, 2,000 from Jhalokathi, 5,000 from Barguna, 4,000 from Pirojpur, 6,000 from Dhaka District,5,000 from Gazipur, 20,000 from Gazipur Metropolitan, 10,000 from Manikganj, 10,000 from Tangail, 2,000 from Narsingdi, 5,000 from Brahmanbaria, 2,000 from Munshiganj, 6,000 from Narayanganj, 1,000 from Narayanganj Metropolitan,1,200 from Gopalganj, 1,000
from Shariatpur, 1,000 from Madaripur-1000, 1,000 from Rajbari, 4,000 from Faridpur, 6,000 from Mymensingh, 6,000 from Mymensingh Metropolis, 6,000 from Jamalpur, 8,000 from Netrokona, 2,000 from Sherpur, 2,000 from Sylhet, 4,000 from Sylhet Mahanagar, 3,000 from Habiganj, 2,500 from Sunamganj, 6,000 from Moulvibazar, 3,500 from Cumilla Metropolis, 2,500 from Cumilla North, 2,000 from Cumilla South, 6,000 from Chandpur, 7,000 from Laxmipur , 10, 000 from Noakhali, 2,000 from Feni, 60,000 from Chittagong Metropolis, 12,000 from Chittagong South, 5,000 from Chittagong North, 2,000 from Bandarban, 4,000 from Rangamati, 300 from Khagrachhari and 3,000 people received the assistances from Cox's Bazar districts.