Wellbeing state of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has decayed alarmingly and she needs better treatment abroad on a crisis premise, said her senior sister Selima Islam yesterday.
“We need to take her [Khaleda] abroad for better treatment,” Selima told columnists subsequent to visiting the weak BNP boss, who is presently experiencing treatment at Bangabandhu Sheik Mujib Medical University (BSMMU).
Asserting that Khaleda is being denied of treatment at the BSMMU, Selima said no specialist had come to meet Khaleda over the most recent two weeks.
She stated, “Her [Khaleda’s] wellbeing condition has crumbled and she is presently incapable to move or eat without help.
“Khaleda didn’t utter a word about traveling to another country however we need it as she is being denied treatment here. We will send her to another country as soon she gets bail.”
Selima, alongside five different individuals from her family, visited Khaleda yesterday evening and had almost 60 minutes in length meeting with her.
Khaleda has been in prison since she was indicted in Zia Orphanage Trust defilement case on February 8 a year ago.
She was seen as blameworthy in another defilement case later that year, however her gathering claims the two cases are politically propelled.
The BNP boss has been getting treatment at the BSMMU since April 1 this year.
Prior on October 1, BNP legislators including Harunur Rashid, Ukil Abdus Sattar and Aminul Islam met Khaleda Zia at the BSMMU and communicated their gathering boss’ readiness to travel to another country for better treatment on the off chance that she gets bail.