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Shamsul Alam Saddam launches ''Hello DIU'' service

DIU Correspondent: Shamsul Alam Saddam, a former law student at Dhaka International University and publicity and publication Secretary of 'Dula', has launched free emergency medicine, food, face mask, oxygen and ambulance services for patients affected by the Corona epidemic.

He confirmed the information at an online meeting on Saturday (August 8th).

This special service titled 'Hello DIU' will cover all the former and current students of the university.
Any student of DIU can avail this service if he wants.

Help is being delivered to the patient's home immediately if anyone calls their personal number. Saddam also stood by the helpless and poor students of various universities in the country and their families during the Corona epidemic. About one and a half thousand students have already received assistance under this initiative.

In this regard, Shamsul Alam Saddam said, "I have tried to stand by the students in crisis with the gift of love." Teachers, journalists, employees, businessmen, my family and many others have helped me in this. All in all, I am delivering food to the people with the co-operation of the people.

"We are currently going through a crisis," he added. People have been and will continue to be in this global crisis all the time.

Shamsul Alam Saddam has been the Vice President of Bangladesh Chhatra League Dhaka Metropolitan North Branch.

He has been providing free emergency medicine, food and other services to the patients affected by the Corona epidemic.

Corona has been carrying out these activities since the beginning with the financial support of private enterprises, families and well-wishers.

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