The expat Shaukat Ali Mollah from Dubai received the Mother Teresa Excellence Award

Dubai expat, businessman and philanthropist HM Shawkat Ali Mollah has received the Mother Teresa Excellence Award for his outstanding contribution to business and the well-being of expats. She recently received this honor during a discussion about the life and work of Nobel laureate Mother Teresa and the presentation of the Mother Teresa Excellence Award at a restaurant in the capital at the initiative of Monthly Human Life and Unity for Young Journalists. Mother Teresa Excellence Award is presented to deserving people from different walks of life.

Bangladesh Press Council Chairman Justice Md. Nizamul Haque Nasim was the main guest at the award ceremony chaired by Alhaj Aktaruzzaman Babul, the adviser of the organization, the professor of the Department of Sociology of the University of Dhaka and the spokesperson for Muktijudda Manch Professor Dr. AKM Jamal Uddin. Professor dr. DU was present as a special guest. Hamida Khanam, Chabi Professor Jinbodhi Bikshu, Professor of Health Department Kamudha Prasad Saha, Bangla TV Director Shams Shantanu and others. Secretary General of the organization Imdadul Haque Tayyab gave a welcome speech on the occasion.

Shaukat Ali, Chairman of Molla Max Group Limited, has been living as an expatriate for 28 years. He also emigrated to the United Kingdom and Australia. He is the son of Haji Mohammad Saheb Ali Mollah, a noble Muslim family from Nariya, Shariatpur.

Shaukat Ali Mollah has established several business branches in Dubai. They include Max Travels & Tours Pvt Ltd, Jheel Money Exchange, Molla Maxbrick Pvt Ltd, Molla Max Traders, Molla Max Real and Molla Import & Export. etc. Through these institutions, he provides special services to Bangladeshis abroad. Also, as a philanthropic person, he reached out for the well-being of expats in their danger. Sometimes alone, sometimes through organizational initiatives, he does these things.

When asked about the reason for leaving the UK and coming to Dubai, he told reporters: “If I had stayed in the UK until today, all my family members would have been given British citizenship.” But when I saw there that it was not possible to work for the good of the people and it was very difficult. I also left the UK and Australia and moved to Dubai when I saw that it was much easier to work and collaborate for the people and the country in Dubai.

When asked about his feelings about the Mother Teresa Excellence Award, he said, “I’ve been working for people’s welfare for 28 years alongside my own business, but this is the first time I’ve received a special award in the country. I’m very happy and proud to receive the Mother Teresa Excellence Award 2022. I feel that this award will increase my responsibility and speed of work.

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