“Holding the spirit of ‘Manobotar Sudrirho Bondhone, Rohingyader Pashe’ (Stand beside the Rohingya refugee with strong bond of humanity) and as part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), GPH Ispat and Crown Cement jointly distributed the humanitarian aid to the Rohingya refugees” said GHP Ispat’s Additional Managing Director and Crown Cement’s Director Mohammed Almas Shimul.

 

He came up with the remarks while distributing the relief goods in Cox’s Bazar’s Ukhiya on October 7. Around 15,000 family were given relief where  an approximate of 200 tonnes aid including 75 tonnes of rice, 15 tonnes of lentil, 45 tonnes of potato, 4.5 tonnes of spices, 30,000 strips medicine were distributed which is the country’s biggest private relief endeavour.

 

Apart from that Almas Shimul hoped the two business organization will do their best for the welfare of humanity in future.

 

At first humanitarian aid and medicine were handed over to Bangladesh Army in Ukhiya Degree College’s ground while the respective company distributed relief among the Rohingya on the behalf of their companies at Balukhali area’s block no. 2 (2) later.

 

Director Abdul Ahad, Executive Director (Group) AB Siddique, Executive Director (F&B.D) Kamrul Islam of GPH and high officials of the respective company were present while Cox’s Bazar’s Channel partners were also present at the programme.