Documentary on Dr Ibrahim premieres
Dr Mohammad Ibrahim, founder of Birdem Hospital, was a social worker and he did what he believed was right. He is a source of inspiration for many.
Former chief justice Mostafa Kemal said this yesterday while speaking as the chief guest at the premiere show of a documentary film on Dr Ibrahim at the auditorium of the National Museum in the city .
The 56-minute documentary titled 'Visionary and Missionary National Professor Dr Mohammad Ibrahim' was made by Mahbubul Alam Taru. It focused on the works and contribution of the great man.
"Since my childhood, I have seen him as a social activist. He was very religious," Justice Mostafa Kemal said, adding that this documentary will encourage others to follow the ideology of Dr Ibrahim.
Speaking as the special guest, Prof MR Khan said, "It is Dr Mohammad Ibrahim who inspired me to establish an organisation like the Institute of Child Health."
He was very active and he did what he believed in. The Birdem is his dream child, said Dr AK Azad Khan, president of the Diabetic Association of Bangladesh.
Mahbubul Alam Taru and AKM Arifur Rahman of Laser Vision also spoke.
The documentary will be shown at all the diabetes centres in 56 districts.