DHAKA: Professor Dr ABM Abdullah, Dean of Medicine Institute in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), Sunday said condition of the detained former Jamaat Ameer Ghuman Azam’s vision and hearing are deteriorating.
He confirmed this to banglanews on Sunday afternoon.
He said, “Ghulam Azam’s eyesight is decreasing. He also heard a little. The problems increased in last two days. Eye specialist will cheek up his eyes on Monday.”
The physician again said Ghulam Azam’s blood pressure is also fluctuating. “He is given physiotherapy regularly. But he could not take the doctors’ recommended diet.”
On January 11, the former Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer was arrested at the International Crimes Tribunal in connection with crimes against humanity during the Liberation War in 1971.
The Jamaat leader was sent to BSMMU prison cell on that day. He has been staying in the hospital till then.
BDST: 2206 HRS, AJN 29, 2012
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