The health condition of Bangladesh Nationalist Party standing committee member and former minister Moudud Ahmed has improved and he was shifted to cabin at a Dhaka hospital.
BNP chairperson’s press wing member Shayrul Kabir Khan told New Age on Thursday that the BNP leader was admitted to Evercare Hospital on December 29, 2020 as haemoglobin level in his blood decreased.
As his condition deteriorated later, Moudud was shifted to the hospital’s Coronary Care Unit, he said, adding that he was shifted to a cabin of the hospital on Wednesday as his condition improved.
Shayrul said that the 80-year-old leader was now under the treatment of Shahabuddin Ahmed Talukder at the Coronary Care Unit of the hospital.
He said that Moudud had tested negative for COVID-19 and sought blessings to the people of the country.
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