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Adequate foodstuffs reserved in the country: Quader

 Staff Correspondent

 Published: 04:39 PM, 3 April 2020  

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader has stated that there are enough foodstuffs reserved in the country, adding that Tk 2500 million has been allocated to combat coronavirus. Assistance will be provided to the low income people in their respective villages under the 'Return Home Program'.

People have to follow the government's instructions without losing the patience to fight coronavirus. Obaidul Quader also urged all leaders of the country, including the party leaders, to adhere to Prime Minister’s 31 points instruction rigorously to prevent coronavirus.

He made the call at a press conference at his official residence in the capital on Friday. Obaidul Quader said social distance should be maintained for the welfare of the masses. He also urged all to protect themselves and enjoy freedom at home. He said the Awami League government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, has been improving the new system of healthcare in preventing coronavirus. In this humanitarian crisis, doctors, nurses, and health workers are unselfishly working. I thank them for that.

He said that a proletariat is also propagating rumors, propaganda in this crisis of the country through social media. Rumors are spreading confusion among the people. Awami League Leaders must be careful in these regard.

Earlier, in the political office of the Awami League president in Dhanmondi, the relief and social welfare sub-committee distributed materials to prevent coronavirus to various hospitals and social organizations.

Relief and Social Welfare Secretary Sujit Roy Nandi conducted the program. He said under the direction of Awami League President Sheikh Hasina, the party’s all level leaders-activists have stood beside helpless people. Delivering coronavirus-resistant material will continue, until this problem is resolved.