News Desk: Rabiul Islam of Birampur upazila in Dinajpur has won a four-wheeler in a raffle draw by buying a two-wheeler to gift to his son-in-law from the 'Hero Bike Fair' across the country. Abdul Matlub Ahmad, former president of FBCCI and chairman of Nital Niloy Group, handed over the keys of the private car to him at a function at Dinajpur Tourism Motel Auditorium on Friday (October 22nd) morning.
Rabiul Islam became the first winner of the raffle draw with a Tata Indigo private car. According to the organizing committee of the bike fair, Rabiul Islam bought a motorcycle from the fair to give as a gift to his son-in-law. A raffle draw was organized at the fair. His name was later announced as the first winner in the draw. Abdul Matlub Ahmad, Chairman, Nittal Niloy Group, said that Hero Motorcycles are now known as a reliable vehicle. I hope this trend will continue in the future. "The draw is being held every 10 days," he said. "I am very happy to hand over the prize to the first winner." The 'Hero Bike Fair' has received a great response from the customers. We are constantly encouraged by this unimaginable response.
So today the name of the second winner will be announced in the presence of everyone. Prizes will also be handed over to him. Rabiul Islam, the winner of the private car, said, "I am very happy to get a new car." With the gift of a two-wheeled motorcycle to my son-in-law, I became the owner of a four-wheeled car. I never dreamed I would get such a big prize.