Nazrul Islam Raju, Rangpur Bureau: Bangladesh Women's Welfare Association-Punak stood next to the 82-year-old Monija Bewa of Rangpur who has no means of support. She was given 17.5 century land and one month's food as a gift. She was accompanied by the wives of police officers. On Monday morning at Rangpur Police Officers Mess, Punak president and IGP's wife Zeeshan Mirza handed over gifts to Monija Bewa. Monija Bewa was very happy to receive the gifts and land. Rangpur Range DIG Moha: Abdul Alim Mahmud BPM and Rangpur Metropolitan Police Commissioner Md Nure Alam Mina along with police officers. At that time, Monija Bewa of Rangpur had a smile of satisfaction on her face with the help of the IGP. A homeless old woman in her seventies spends every single day in extreme misery. At the end of her life, her only hope is her granddaughter Akhin Akhtar. Monija Bewa's husband and children are not alive. She lost her husband almost 20 years ago. Granddaughter Ankhi Akhtar is also a widow. Beats the story too. Monija Bewar had a happy family in Daulatpur under Mithapukur police station of Rangpur. Although husband Afchar Ali ran the family by farming on other people's land, there was satisfaction in life, trust and immense love for each other. Life was going away. Sudden dysrhythmias. Monija Bewa lost her life partner almost 20 years ago. She was the only girl alive. She also died in childbirth. Even if they get old age allowance from the government, it has become difficult to run the family of the widowed grandmother and grandchild with that money. The address was not sure. Even if the day passed by begging, it was the place of death in the kitchen of others. For a long time, living a miserable life with the granddaughter in the kitchen under the shelter of a neighbor nephew. Did Monija Bewa. There was no atmosphere like staying at home. The house is made of broken tin. There are no doors and windows. Cows are sometimes kept in that room. Whether they eat or not, the life of the old woman and her granddaughter were in dire straits. Even if they got old age allowance from the government, it was difficult to run the family of the widowed grandmother and granddaughter with that money. On August 8, 2022 AD, when a report was published in a newspaper titled 'The human life of widowed grandchildren' about Monija Bewa and Akhin Akhtar, it came to the attention of Bangladesh Police Women's Welfare Association (PUNAK) President Zeeshan Mirza. He stands beside the helpless. Monija Bewa is not left out. When he brought the matter to the notice of Inspector General of Police, Bangladesh Dr. Benazir Ahmed BPM (Bar), he arranged for cooperation. Arranged a 17th century land mortgage for Monija Bewa for a period of 03 (three) years. IGP has paid the land mortgage for that purpose. Now the grandparents can use the land to generate income. Monija Bewa now has a smile on her face. She has found a place of dependence, relief. And trust. Punak president Zeeshan Mirza went to Rangpur and handed over the land mortgage deed to Monija Bewa. May Monija Bewa be well and her granddaughter Ankhi Akhter be happy. Monija Bewa said, "I am very happy to get land and food items. I pray to God that the police stand by the people like this. I spend my days in a lot of trouble. I do not have a place to stay and a house. I am begging. I have not eaten for two days. Many days go by." .Allah has sent a man to me today. I give for them. Zeeshan Mirza, president of Punak, said that his organization always wants to be by the side of the helpless people. He said that the poor have been supported by providing food, clothing and shelter in various ways. He said that the goal of Punak is to bring smiles to the faces of people. Meanwhile, happy Monija Bewa is crying with joy after getting shelter and food. This old lady said that she will not have to touch anyone anymore. Before that, Punak president Zeeshan Mirza inquired about Monija Bewa and her family members. It is commendable that she stood by the people as the wife of the police. The concerned people think that. However, the police officers had to convey flower wishes to the IGP's wife. Punak leaders and the wives of Rangpur police officers were present at the ceremony.