Khokan said Piasa and her parents came to Dhaka with the portrait three days before to join the National Primary Education Week.

Despite making massive efforts, they could not get any scope to present the portrait to the prime minister as they were told by the security personnel that no additional thing will be allowed at the venue.

Being frustrated, Piasa along with her mother came to the venue at the BICC this morning, while her father Shangkar Chandra Sarkar waited outside the centre with the paper-wrapped portrait.

They decided they will go to Tangail with the portrait this afternoon when the mother and daughter come out of the venue after ending of the function.

The courage of the 11-year-old child, whose dream personality is Bangabandhu’s daughter Sheikh Hasina, is not less. When her name was called, Piasa received the award from the prime minister.

Piasa became more courageous due to the child-like sincerity of the premier. She told the prime minister about the portrait and started weeping. Piasa also did not forget to tell the prime minister that they were not allowed to carry the portrait.

Listening to Piasa’s words, the prime minister immediately instructed her personal staff to bring the portrait. The PM’s staff then contacted with Piasa’s father taking his phone number from the child.

They brought Piasa’s father inside the venue along with the portrait and Piasa handed over the portrait to the prime minister at the last moment of the function.

Khokan said when he talked to Piasa’s parent in the afternoon they already reached Tangail. They said Piasa was weeping at that moment because of fulfilment of her dream.