On the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Bangladesh's Independence, a free health campaign was organised by The Unique 98 targeting 500 underprivileged patients, which included blood grouping, diabetes tests and free medicine distribution.
A group of friends from the 98 SSC batch through their organisation, "The Unique 98", came forward to provide health care to the poor and impoverished patients in the spirit of our brave martyrs and freedom fighters.
The Unique 98 believes that Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's Sonar Bangla can be realised by upholding the fundamental rights and quality life privileges of the deprived and marginalised communities of our society. Perpetuating these values, The Unique 98's day-long free health campaign was organised at the Tally Office Moor in the capital's Rayer Bazar.
The health campaign was officially inaugurated by the esteemed panel mayor and commissioner of ward no 14, Haji Ilyasur Rahman Babul. The programme was also graced by the commissioner of ward 14, 15, 18 Shirin Ghaffar, former commissioner Amjad Hossain Mia, Dr Md Mahadi Hasan, Noor E Alam Bhuiyan, Dr Zabir, Dr Nandita Das, Mohammad Shobuj Sarkar, Mohammad Ziaul Islam, Rokeya Munni and others from SSC batch '98.