Dhaka City South Deputy Postmaster General Kazi Ismat Zereen said, Kamrul Haque retired before he started work. However, since Kamrul Haque is still called for work, there is an identity in that source. Kamrul Haque may not have been paid for the post of painter as per the recruitment rules due to his low educational qualification. However, he got other opportunities with increments every year. Regarding the recognition, this official of the postal department said that the best employees are awarded on the World Postal Day. He does not know whether Kamrul Haque has received any such honor or not.
Kamrul Haque pointed out to Prothom Alo why he started working as a peon but later joined the post of painter of his own free will. He said, he loved drawing since childhood. He used to sketch the picture in the notebook after seeing the picture in the newspaper. When someone went for a picnic, they would write the word “ban bhoon” in big letters in front of the car. Various cultural organizations including Tarun Sangh, Saurabh Cultural Group were launched.
Apart from painting, Kamrul Haque used to write rhymes, plays and acted in them. He did a program called ‘Kishloy’ on Bangladesh Television under the banner of Post Office High School. However, Kamrul Haque’s father did not want his children to draw. Kamrul Haque said that even though others gave up everything due to the fear of his father, he did not give up.