The veteran right-arm pacer informed that the service is being provided by his charitable organization, Narail Foundation, during this coronavirus pandemic
Former Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe bin Mortaza declared free ambulance service for people in his hometown Narail.
The veteran right-arm pacer informed that the service is being provided by his charitable organization, Narail Foundation, during this coronavirus pandemic.
Many has come forward from their respective positions in help of the distressed with growing concerns over the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
The crisis saw Mashrafe come up with this ambulance service in his hometown as he told in a video message, “Narail Express Foundation will start temporary travel hospital from day after tomorrow [Monday],” said Mashrafe in his facebook page Saturday
“We will give essential food items as well. We will be providing temporary medical assistance through this temporary hospital to the non-coronavirus-related patients, along with the corona affected patients. We want to ensure proper treatment for our local people, and thus introduced this service. We are starting with two doctors,” he said.
Mashrafe was elected as a Member of Parliament from his own constituency, Narail-4, during the last general election.
Earlier, Mashrafe helped around 1,200 people by providing food assistance in his constituency while he also contributed 500 PPE gowns to the medical officer.