Footballer Topu stands beside destitutes

DHAKA,  Like the other sportsmen, national football team
defender Topu Bormon also come forward to extend his helping hand by donating
one week of fooding cost to two hundred under privileged families, who have
been undergoing hardship due to lock down situation for COVID-19.

The national defender donated the amount through his word councilor of
Narayanganj on Friday last.

Not only that, Topu also sponsored the nineteen women’s booters of
Bangladesh Football Federation by providing them fooding cost of two weeks.

The donation was done at Jimkhana Alauddin Khan Stadium in Narayanganj.

Hasan Mahmud, assistant head of competitions of BFF handed over the fooding
cost to women’s players, who are also the member of Narayanganj Promila
Football Academy.

Narayanganj Promila Football Academy’s president Azmot Khondokar and
academy sports secretary and Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Prothisthan football
coach Aisa Khatun Bithi were also preset on the occasion.

The national defender Topu said: “The whole country has become blockage due
to COVID-19….. so we should strictly follow the instructions given by
government as well as the health department… and request you to stay at
home and maintain social distance.

He said: “We should stand beside those who are in trouble in this situation
by adding that I fell very happy as I have able to deliver food in the hand
of our women’s booters.”

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)