Khaleda strong, stable: FM Siddiqui

BANGLADESH,  The head of her personal medical team, Prof. Dr. FM Siddiqui, said on Monday that BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia was in a stable condition with a strong immune system.

Doctors told reporters at Khaleda's Gulshan office at her residence, "We can say that her (Khaleda Zia's) condition is very stable and she is performing very well.

Dr. FM Siddiqui expressed hope that if Khaleda's condition remained stable for another week, she would be safe.

He said the medical team formed by the BNP chief to ensure proper treatment included many local and foreign doctors. "We are working as a team of doctors, including those from the United States and the United Kingdom, to ensure their treatment through consultation. There is no difference or suspicion in their treatment."

In response to a question, FM Siddiqui also said that Khaleda's immune system is still strong.

Asked if there was any possibility of taking Khaleda Zia to any hospital, she said, "You know there is uncertainty about the condition of the coveted patient. No one in the world can say that. Here's how Corona will behave in the first week of infection and what will happen in the second week. "

FM Siddiqui added, "That's why we have made all the necessary preparations. If we ever feel that he needs to be taken to the hospital, we have already made preparations."

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Some members of the BMP medical team, led by FM Siddiqui, entered Khaleda's Gulshan residence at around 5 pm and stayed there for an hour.

The head of the medical board said they checked Khaleda's health and found her normal oxygen levels.

He said that all the people living at Khaleda's residence were infected with the virus and they were undergoing necessary treatment. "The good news is that most of them are non-sick. One or two of them initially had a fever, and now they're all well." Everyone is kept in solitary confinement and treated. "

FM Siddiqui said that Khaleda appealed to all to pray for them and keep them safe while maintaining the rules of health care.

On Saturday, Khaleda underwent a code test as eight other people at her residence were infected with the deadly virus and their report was positive.

BNP leaders and activists organized prayer sessions at various mosques across the country for his speedy recovery.

A Milad ceremony and Qur'an recitation was held at the BNP chairperson's Gulshan office in which prayers were offered to Khaleda for her recovery from the virus.

In addition, prayer sessions were organized at various temples, including Dhakeswari Uk, which will help her recover quickly.

Amid the spread of the coronavirus, the government released Khaleda Zia from prison for six months by suspending her sentence on March 25 last year through an executive order.

She was released from the jail cell of Bangu Babu Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on the same day and has been living in her Gulshan home ever since.

On August 27 last year, the government extended his release for another six months, and on March 15, it was extended for another six months.

On February 8, 2018, Khaleda was sent to the old Dhaka Central Jail after a lower court sentenced her to five years in prison in the Zia OrphanageTrust corruption cases. The High Court later doubled his jail term.

In the same year, Khaleda was convicted in another corruption case. His party claims that both these issues are politically motivated.

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