Daily Sun editor hospitalised

Staff Correspondent

12 March, 2021 12:00 AM printer

Daily Sun editor hospitalised

Daily Sun Editor Enamul Hoque Chowdhury has been admitted to Evercare Hospital in the capital after he fell sick suddenly.

He experienced a serious breathing problem with dry cough and rushed to the hospital on Wednesday afternoon.

As his physical condition deteriorated, he consulted doctors at Evercare Hospital in Bashundhara Residential Area of the capital.

Later, Enamul Hoque underwent some tests and             

got admitted on the advice of the attending doctors in the evening.

However, he tested negative for Covid-19.

The Daily Sun editor was receiving treatment under the supervision of Prof Borhan Uddin Ahmed of Internal Medicine Department.

Samiul Hoque Chowdhury, son of Enamul Hoque Chowdhury, has requested his father’s colleagues, members of journalist community, friends, well-wishers and other people of the country to pray for recovery from his sickness.

Bangladesh Sports Journalists Association (BSJA) has sought ‘doa’ from all for early recovery of Daily Sun Editor Enamul Hoque Chowdhury, also a member of the BSJA, from his sickness.

Prior to joining the Daily Sun, Enamul Hoque served as Minister (Press) at Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi.

He was also a commissioner of the National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh.

In his long journalistic career, Enamul Hoque worked for various national and international media, including Bangladesh Observer, Daily News, The Independent, Desh TV, Reuters, BSS and bdnews24.com.