Khaleda Zia may be taken home soon

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia, who is undergoing treatment at Evercare Hospital in the capital, may be taken home in a few days.

Although a source said this on Friday night, neither the BNP nor members of Khaleda Zia’s medical team were able to say anything.

According to sources, the members of the medical board think that keeping Khaleda Zia in the hospital is more risky due to the increase in corona infection. Although his physical condition has not improved much, he is thinking of giving her treatment at home as the bleeding has stopped.

It is learned that Khaleda Zia herself does not want to stay in the hospital anymore. He has been in Evercare Hospital for about two and a half months.

Meanwhile, Khaleda Zia’s daughter Sharmila Rahman Shithi and granddaughter Zahia Rahman have already moved to London as her physical condition has improved a lot. Granddaughter Zahia left for London on 15 January and daughter-in-law Sharmila on 18 January.

Khaleda Zia was admitted to the hospital on November 13 last year. Evercare doctor said. A special medical board of 10 headed by Shahabuddin Talukder is providing his medical services. Former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia has been suffering from various complications including arthritis, diabetes, kidney, lung and eye problems for many years besides liver cirrhosis.

If you want to know whether Khaleda Zia will be taken home, her medical team member Dr. AZM Zahid Hossain said, I have no idea about this.

Shairul Kabir Khan, a member of the chairperson’s press wing, said no decision had been made yet. You must know if there is any decision.