OPPO and BURO Bangladesh honors 3 real-life heroes
Dhaka December 26 2021 :
OPPO Bangladesh, in collaboration with BURO Bangladesh, has recently kicked off ‘Stories of Heroic People’ campaign to find out the stories of struggle and success of real-life heroes of contemporary Bangladesh with a view to commemorating 50th Victory Day of Bangladesh. 3 real-life heroes have been selected through this campaign who have immense contribution to the country and the society.
Kicked off on 12 December, the campaign continued till 18 December 2021. During this period, OPPO Fans shared the stories of heroic people with OPPO official Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/OPPOBangladesh/videos/305471278139431). So many people participated in the campaign and shared the stories of the heroes they know by capturing the photos with OPPO smartphone. Out of innumerable stories, three persons Lubaba Tul Jannat, Simanto Mondol, Nipa Bepari have been selected as the winners of this year’s campaign. They have come up with the real life heroes.
The real-life heroes are – Dulal Sir, Rabindranath Biswas and Sajedul Islam. Dulal is a teacher who was subjected to inhuman torture during the Liberation War. Despite the inhuman torture, his love for his country and society did not diminish, rather it just increased. After the liberation war, he dedicated his life for the betterment of his area by creating educational opportunities for the students. He has established a number of educational institutes in his areas and built mosque as well. 65-year-old Dulal is still striving hard to make this society a better place to live in. To that end, he is still teaching in his school ‘Anirban School’.
Rabindranath Biswas, hailing from Bararia village under Batiaghata upazila in Khulna district, is a 70-year old freedom fighter and a village doctor who treats people with medicinal plants. He used to treat sick and injured freedom fighters in 1971 and provide them food. From 1971 onwards, even today he is providing free treatment to the villagers. Despite the fact that his name is not in official list of freedom fighters, he does not feel frustrated because he believes in helping people under any circumstances.
On the other hand, Sajedul Islam is a volunteer. Involved in various social activities, he regularly donates blood himself and at the same time encourages others to donate blood. During the pandemic, he has provided free oxygen cylinders in collaboration with ‘Gopalganj Bondhu Mahal’ and worked to raise awareness about health issues.
These amazing stories will be stored in OPPO Gallery, a virtual online art collection where everyone can create their own stories with a simple hashtag. Three OPPO users – Lubaba Tul Jannat, Simanto Mondal and Nipa Bepari – have shared these 3 heroes’ stories with OPPO.
OPPO as a reliable brand care for its users and tries to support local Bangladesh community people. The heroes who won in #StoriesOfHeroicPeople campaign will be graciously rewarded by OPPO and BURO Bangladesh. They will be given necessary support to make sure that the heroes can experience some kind of social amelioration and their journey of life gets a bit easier. The participants will duly be rewarded as well since they will get OPPO Reno6 and IoT products as gifts.
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