Bangladeshi teenager conquered the world by writing a letter. Adolescent Nubaysha Islam has won a gold medal in the 50th letter writing competition organized by the Universal Postal Union. By writing a letter, the issue of world victory of Sylhet’s daughter Nubaysha has been discussed in Sylhet.
The subject of the letter was Kovid-19. Posts and Telecommunications Minister Mostafa Jabbar congratulated him on her success. Nubaysha Islam, a 14-year-old student of 8th class of Ananda Niketan School in Sylhet, will travel to Switzerland to receive the award. Confirming the matter, Nubaysha said, this achievement is not only mine, but of the entire country.
Her name was announced at a congress in Abidjan, Cte d’Ivoire, on August 26 by Bishar A. Hossain, the director general of the UPU. Second place went to Bruno Ivanovsky of North Macedonia and third place to Dao Anhathu of Vietnam.
In a letter addressed to her unborn sister, Nubaysha mentions the fear of death and the loss of relatives during the coronation period. At the same time expressed great optimism that a better time is coming. Nubaysha Islam, a 14-year-old student of 8th class of Ananda Niketan School in Sylhet, will travel to Switzerland to receive the award.
On her success, Posts and Telecommunications Minister Mostafa Jabbar wrote in his Facebook ID inviting everyone to read the letter, ‘Congratulations to Nubaysha. We also congratulate her parents and the educational institution. Joy Bangla। Be well, our golden girl. ‘
Nubaysha are the only daughter of the couple Mohammad Shafiqul Islam, joint-director of Bangladesh Bank, Sylhet, and Jasmine Akter, a senior teacher at Sylhet Grammar School