[ Dhaka, BANGLADESH ] Once a fighter always a fighter. In this situation of our country our doctors, police, army and journalists as well as more people are engaged in our service.They are in their own work place ignoring the deadly COVID-19. Among them is security guard Mohammad Tula Miah. Now 60, he was born in the Gopalpur subdistrict of Tangail. About 22 years ago, he left his native area and moved to Gazipur and has been a security guard at this ATM booth for almost 14 years. He was a freedom fighter of Bangladesh, during the war of liberation in 1971, where he bravely delivered food to the freedom fighters. He was only 15 then. But unfortunately he did not get the freedom fighters certificate. We often hear about such misfortunes of freedom fighters in the media. Now he is still serving for us by ignoring the deadly COVID-19.

Saqlain Rizve is a passionate photographer based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He loves to take landscape, street, nature, portrait and people lifestyle in his regular life. It is almost three years since he started practising and learning photography. He also loves to do documentary work. He has some awards in photography and has been featured in various international places including Social Documentary Network(USA), Private Photo Review(France).