New Zealand Diary Honors Yet Another Frontline Fighter2 min read
Maybe, just maybe, the current times are our greatest struggle, our toughest moments after the liberation war. But one thing is for sure, in both cases, we have had frontline fighters sacrificing their lives to keep us safe. Today’s world has been shadowed by the woes of novel Coronavirus. Bangladesh is one of the South Asian countries which has been severely affected. But due to the relentless effort, and work ethic of our frontline fighters, we still have hope. In their latest PR campaign, New Zealand Diary honored one such frontline fighter.
THE FRONTLINE FIGHTER
Meet Mr. Mohammad Abdul Awal. A dedicated, relentless frontline fighter who has sacrificed his own safety, to serve the country. Mr. Awal serves as an officer in Rapid Action Battalion, the nation’s finest law, and order enforcers. As a part of the government’s law and order enforcement unit, Mr. Awal has been relentlessly serving his country. From patrolling streets to visiting patients in 3 of the 4 COVID-19 healthcare centers, Mr. Awal has made an invaluable contribution. The man is so dedicated to his job, that he stays away from his loved ones, just to assure the safety of the citizens.
He is so dedicated, that he even forgot his own birthday.
To honor Mr. Awal, New Zealand Diary decided to make his day. With a little help from his colleagues and family, the crew organized a surprise party for our nation’s finest.
As Mr. Awal arrived, the whole team of RAB-3 showered him with wishes and gifts. The team even went ahead and arranged Mr. Awal’s favorite song genre. A Nazrul song sung by Ms. Ferdous Ara, one of the most renowned artists in the country. A man who has given his life in serving the nation, and its people, finally, finally, was honored.
Mr. Awal’s tired, speechless eyes told the wholes story.
Maybe, just maybe, this initiative by New Zealand Diary was much more than just a PR campaign. Maybe, it was a token of gratefulness for each and every frontline fighter who sacrifices their own safety for ours.