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Khaleda's condition improves

  • Staff Correspondent
  • 4 November, 2021 12:00 AM
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The health condition of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, who has been undergoing treatment in Evercare Hospital of the capital, has improved.

“Her (Khaleda) health condition is now better than a few days back. Her treatment is going on,” Khaleda's personal physician Prof Dr AZM Zahid Hossain told the Daily Sun.

Mentioning that it will take around two weeks to get the review report of her biopsy which has been sent abroad for further analysis, he said Khaleda Zia’s treatment is now going on as per initial biopsy report.

Dr Zahid, however, declined to talk about Khaleda’s condition in detail, saying it is patient’s right to maintain privacy. The BNP chairperson is now undergoing treatment at cabin in Evercare Hospital.

Khaleda Zia is now eating normal foods distributed from the hospital and cooked by her family members.

Sharimila Rahman, widow of Khaleda’s younger son Arafat Rahman Koko, and other family members are taking care of the BNP chief.

On October 12, the BNP chief was admitted to the Evercare Hospital with fever and some other health complications.

She underwent a biopsy at the same hospital on October 25 as she has a small lump in her body.

The BNP chief’s doctors’ said the biopsy was conducted to detect the nature of the origin of the lump.

On April 27, she was admitted to Evercare Hospital with coronavirus infections. She received treatment there until June 19 for post-corona complications and some other underlying health problems.