The group managed to provide groceries to 140 families from various areas of the district on Friday
An anonymous organization took the responsibility of providing poor families in Munshiganj with groceries ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr.
The group managed to provide groceries to 140 families from various areas of the district on Friday.
The group members visited poverty stricken areas of the district and handed each family a slip, which allowed them to go to a specific store and collect the listed groceries for free.
Less fortunate families of Mollarchar village used the slips to collect Chinigura rice, sugar, oil, and lentils from a grocery shop in Sadar upazila.
Billal Mia, collecting his free groceries, said: “A group of people visited our home and gave us a slip and told us we could get these groceries for free.”
Julhash Bepari, owner of Akota Traders, said: “The organization paid for the groceries of 140 families and wished to remain anonymous.”