Alexa We worried about Khaleda as her condition deteriorated: Fakhrul

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We worried about Khaleda as her condition deteriorated: Fakhrul

 Staff Correspondent Daily-Bangladesh

 Published: 07:49 PM, 28 April 2018  

Pic: Collected

Pic: Collected

BNP general secretary Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has said that BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has ordered the leaders and activists to continue the movement with the courage to release democracy.

He said Khaleda Zia`s health condition has been deteriorated. We have been worried about the way we saw her today. She wanted to go to the hospital where she gets proper treatment and her choice is United Hospital.

Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir told these to reporters after meeting with Khaleda Zia at the old jail of Nazim Uddin Road on Saturday afternoon.

A three-member delegation led by Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, entered the jail around 4:00 pm. The other members of the delegation are Standing Committee member Mirza Abbas and Nazrul Islam Khan. They came out of jail around 5:00 pm.

Mirza Fakhrul said Khaleda Zia`s left hand is slowly getting tough. The left-hand weight has also increased. From the left leg to the left side, her pain increased. Now it is difficult for her to walk normally.

Earlier at noon, Fakhrul said the doctors also said that if this condition continues, one can become like paralyzed at one time. Her right eye becomes red. Doctors still say that if her illness grew, she could be paralyzed.

BNP Secretary-General said I have said before yet, I am saying that she (Khaleda Zia) who wants to go to the hospital where she needs to be treated. It`s government`s responsibility. The government will have to take responsibility for any loss or damage caused by it.

Earlier, the doctors of the government Medical Board said that the medicines are not working which was prescribed to Khaleda Zia, Fakhrul said.

He also said her pain is not reduced in these medicines. Khaleda Zia sought blessings from the people of the country.

In response to a question, Mirza Fakhrul said, "We have asked for full treatment. It is said that she needs to change her environment, whether she can eat properly or not."