We can make life a little easier for the elderly
Senior citizens exist in Bangladesh, but they are far outnumbered by the younger generation. It is the young who will lead the country to more progress and economic strength -- that is well understood by those whose heydays are over. Yet, the older citizens of the country need to be supported wherever it is possible.
In our country, civil servants retire when they turn 59; judges of the High Court finish their jobs when they are 67, while university professors have to call it a day once they become 65. Politicians, people who do business, or are self-employed can continue working as long as their body and mind allow them to work.