Journalist Mohammad Shariful Alam Chowdhury took charge of Rahim's education

Journalist Mohammad Shariful Alam Chowdhury took charge of Rahim's education
Several temporary tea shops in front of Debidwar Government Hospital in Cumilla. A 6-year-old child named Rahim is selling tea in a shop there. At the age when Rahim is supposed to go to school with his books and notebooks, spend time playing sports with his classmates, why is Rahim engaged in life struggle. After such curiosity of journalist Mohammad Shariful Alam Chowdhury the life story of Rahim came out after knowing the details. Rahim sells tea to raise the cost of school education. The shop is owned by Sujit Poddar the owner of the domestic hotel in the upazila. Highlighting this issue, the news was published on Facebook under the title "Rahim is paying for the cost of education by selling tea". After the publication of the news the life story of Rahim's suffering came to everyone's attention. Former General Secretary of Muradnagar Press Club Mohammad Shariful Alam Chowdhury assured support for education. In the meantime he took all the responsibilities including Rahim's education on his shoulders. Shariful Alam Chowdhury told London Times, I want to take over Rahim's responsibility. From now on Rahim's education is all my responsibility. Like an idiot. I will be by his side in any need. He also said that Rahim can study as long as he wants. I will give my best efforts and all kinds of support for what I want to become a doctor-officer after learning. Rahim, son of Ershad Ali who is a tenant of the house on the roof of Abul Hossain's house in Brammonbaria city area. Ershad Ali lives with his wife and three children in the house. There is no house of his own. There is no land.  Baba's only asset is this temporary tea shop.  Rahim's mother Sufia Begum cried after learning about taking responsibility for education. He said in an emotional voice, Rahim's fate never thought that this would happen. Father Ershad Ali and mother Sufia Begum thanked and expressed gratitude to journalist Shariful Alam Chowdhury.  When asked what Rahim wants at this time, Rahim told the London Times, I will study with my heart from now on. I will not go to the tea shop again. I want to study and become a police officer.

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