A tall, compassionate who was wearing pants and a T-shirt is Pabna Superintendent of Police Mohammad Mahibul Islam Khan. He rushed to the Mahbub Ahmed Khan Smriti Mancha, booking counter and junction station of Ishwardi Bazar, in Pabna with a blankets car. That was late at night on Wednesday.
The busiest Ishwardi then fell asleep. The movement of people and vehicles on the road is almost stagnant. Some of helpless old-street children are sleeping in the station area in the bone-chilling winter.
The man who(SP) has taken a seat in the heart of the Pabna; Who else will be that man except Superintendent of Police Mohammad Mahibul Islam Khan? He got out of the car and started wrapping the helpless people in blankets. Suddenly, some people woke up after getting a little high at that time.
They looked with astonished eyes and saw that the man wrapped in the blanket was none other than Pabna Superintendent of Police (SP) Mohammad Mahibul Islam Khan. Some of the elders raised their hands and blessed. The SP humbly asked for prayers from them. Pabna district police distributed blankets among 200 people on the night of Wednesday..
After the distribution, the SP Mohammd Mohibul Islalm Khan said in his Facebook ID of the district police, “Apart from fulfilling our professional responsibilities, we are trying to stand by the helpless people in winter.”
The SP was accompanied by Pabna additional superintendent of police (Crime) Md. Masud Alam, Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Ishwardi police station Asaduzzaman, Inspector of police in charge of Ambagan Outpost Shahidul Islam, DSB Inspector (in-charge) of Ishwardi police station Sheikh Md. Mobark Parvez, inspector (Investigation) Hadiul Islam and other senior police officials were present.
It is to be noted that mild cold wave is prevailing in this region including Pabna and Ishwardi. As a result tThere is no end to the suffering of lower, middle and street children.
The temperature has been hovering between 11 and 9 degrees Celsius for a week here, said Md. Nazmul Haque, an observer at the Ishwardi Meteorological Office.