‘It’s uncommon,’ says Khaleda about her bail refusal

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has depicted her bail refusal by the peak court in Zia Charitable Trust join case as ‘extraordinary’, said her sister on Monday.

The BNP boss made the comments when her family members met her at Bangabandhu Sheik Mujib Medical University (BSMMU).

“It’s extraordinary. She should’ve been conceded bail thinking about her age and illness. Giving bail doesn’t mean saving or discharging anyone. She could’ve been allowed bail, yet they (Judges) didn’t it. She (Khaleda) likewise said it’s remarkable,” Khaleda Zia’s sister told journalists after the gathering with the BNP boss.

Gotten some information about Khaleda’s wellbeing condition, Selima said she is in an awful shape. “She neither can sit nor hold up. She can’t eat as she feels queasiness in the wake of having anything. She is additionally experiencing stomachache.”

She likewise said the BNP boss is debilitated to such an extent that she can’t move.

Referencing that her diabetes isn’t leveled out, Selima said her fasting sugar level never comes beneath 12 mmol/L. “Today, her fasting sugar level was 14-14 mmol/L,” she stated, including that the BNP boss needs propelled treatment at this stage.

She likewise claimed that Khaleda isn’t getting appropriate treatment at the BSMMU. “She is experiencing stomachache. She isn’t getting appropriate treatment here. By what method will she make due here?

Selima said the BNP executive encouraged the nation’s kin to petition God for her. “What else would we be able to do?”

Asked whether they examined parole issu, she answered in the negative.

On December 12, the Appellate Division dismissed the bail request of the BNP executive in the Zia Charitable Trust debasement case.

The six-part investigative seat, drove by boss custice Syed Mahmud Hossain, passed the request subsequent to hearing the appeal.

Khaleda moved the peak court on 14 November testing a High Court Division request that had turned down her bail appeal in the Zia Charitable Trust debasement case.

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