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Concern over Khaleda Zia’s health grows as jail authorities cancel planned family visit

The correctional facility experts have wiped out an arranged gathering of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia with her relatives refering to sickness, the gathering says.

Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir says they are concerned in regards to her wellbeing.

Khaleda’s sister Selina Islam, child Tarique Rahman’s mother by marriage Iqbal Mand Banu and Tarique’s sister-in-law Shahina Khan Zaman Bindu, and a few different relatives went to visit her at the old jailhouse on Nazimuddin Road in Dhaka on Friday evening.

Mirza Fakhrul said they had consent to visit her, however the prison experts did not enable them to see her.

He said the experts disclosed to Khaleda’s relatives that she was “not able come ground floor”.

“It appears her condition has decayed a considerable measure. We (BNP pioneers) have likewise been denied an arrangement,” he included.

Mirza Fakhrul and two other BNP pioneers went to visit the previous executive in prison on Thursday, yet the correctional facility specialists did not give them access.

“Her relatives have communicated worry in the wake of finding out about her condition from the correctional facility specialists. We are additionally concerned,” the BNP secretary general said.

Senior Superintendent of Dhaka imprison Jahangir Kabir neither accepted calls nor did he answer content questions on the issue.

Khaleda has been in the jail since Feb 8 when a court condemned her to five years in jail for debasement in Zia Orphanage Trust case.

Mirza Fakhrul met her in prison for the keep going time on Apr 6. The BNP boss experienced a restorative checkup at Bangabandhu Sheik Mujib Medical University the next day.

On Mar 29, the prison specialists crossed out her gathering with Mirza Fakhrul, refering to her sickness.

The experts likewise shaped a group of specialists for Khaleda’s treatment. After a checkup, the specialists said Khaleda’s condition was ‘not much’.