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‘Khaleda has not given consent for advanced treatment’

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Staff Reporter: Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on Thursday said in its report that BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has not given permission for advanced treatment for her arthritis.
The BSMMU has submitted the report to the High Court bench of Justice Obaidul Hasan and Justice AKM Zahirul Haque during Khaleda's bail petition hearing on the morning.
Justice Obaidul Hasan read out the medical report saying that Khaleda Zia did not give her approval for advanced treatment.
According to the medical report, the BNP Chairperson has been ailing from different diseases including diabetics, hypertension, arthritis and asthma.
Her diabetics, hypertension and asthma are now under control, the judge quoted from the report.
BSMMU submitted the report on the medical treatment of Khaleda to the HC as per earlier order of the court, as Thursday was scheduled by the court for passing order on the issue.

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