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30 FFs to leave for India for medical treatment

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BSS, Dhaka :
A total of 30 freedom fighters (FFs) will leave here for India on December 17 for better medical treatment.  Of them, 15 FFs will receive medical treatment at Army Hospital Research and Referral, super specialized hospital, in Delhi and the remaining 15 FFs will receive medical treatment from Commando Hospital in Pune.  The Bangladesh government will bear the plane fare and other expenses while the Indian government will bear all costs related to their medical treatment.

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