Mosa, a government official, is the mother of Nazifa Nawar, who won the third prize for writing a story titled ‘Dhappa Bhoot’ in ‘A’ category. Narcin Sultana said listening to the story from her older sister made her interested in Nazifa’s book. Writing from a younger age. Last year, they published a book called ‘Dream World’ about Nazifa’s writings.
The two winners listened to songs and recitations at the event. Besides, Arafat Karim, one of the ornamental artists of the stories published by the winners of Gollachute, performed the song.
Prothom Alo editor Matiur Rahman said, “Prothom Alo does a lot for children and teenagers.” There is an expectation that small writers will grow up and stay in the first light for another 100 years. The reader’s confidence, faith is the great power of the first light, recognition and reward.
Sajjad Sharif, managing editor of Prothom Alo, said that thousands of people have created Bangla language. Through these small writers, the language will spread among more people.
Anisul Haque, associate editor of Prothom Alo, said those who have received the award may or may not be writers. But you have to read books. If you want to be a big person, a good person, a successful person, you have to read books.
Utpal Shuvro, online sports editor of Prothom Alo, called on the people to be involved in sports as well as reading and writing to become full-fledged people. Gollachut editor Mahfuz Rahman also spoke on the occasion.