Alok Kumar Acharya, Bera(Pabna)
A large shaped tumor at the lower portion of back-bone makes life of a student of class two Nur Nahar a difficult. She never ever gets any relief from this stigma and never enjoys the normal and healthy life in span of 9 years of her age. Her father is the inhabitant of Bera village under Pabna district who serves as day laborer to other’s cultivable lands and in this way he earns and leads his 5 member family consisting of couple and three daughters- one Nur Nahar, the middle Nupur, 6 studying at class one and the last Nuraiya, one year and half. The father Siddik Mandal is inhabitant of Kabaskanda Mandalpara under Aminpur police station of Bera upazila is continuously trying to save his ailing daughter. On these initiatives, once he took her to Kashinathpur doctor along with Hamida CLinic and Mitu Clinic situated at Pabna but on duty doctors said there is little hope to make survive her. At the words, the relatives of Nur Nahar became hopeless and disappointed. For years together, the ailing girls remained untreated and unchecked that leads her towards death. The poor family finds no other alternative to seek help and support from the well to do people, philanthropists along with government. Nur Nahar’s mother Hasi Khatun said local newsmen once took the girl to Dr Sirajul Islam consultant of Surgery department under Pabna Medical College. He advised after thorough check up that she is to recover if over taka one lakh could be spent. She is suffering from Sacra Coxijial Trachoma that is chronic in type but curable.
Father and mother of the ailing girl sought support and assistance from the elite, benevolent persons and the government so that the precious life of the girl can be saved.For support and assistance, the aspirant persons should contact to cell no. 01780451480.