The law ministry has said no to BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia’s application for medical treatment abroad. They commented that no one convicted had such an opportunity.
A source in the law ministry confirmed this in the first light. The opinion of the Ministry of Law has been sent to the Ministry of Home Affairs on Sunday morning. There, it is said, no one convicted has access to medical treatment abroad.
The party’s secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has criticized the statements of some government ministers regarding BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia. He requested to speak about Khaleda while maintaining decency and etiquette. He said this at a virtual press conference on Sunday.
Mirza Fakhrul said that some ministers of the government are talking offensively and sarcastically about Khaleda Zia, which is not fair. They do not show so much courtesy. He pleaded, ‘Speak while maintaining decency and political etiquette. This is not the last day; People remember everything. ‘Khaleda Zia was admitted to the Evercare Hospital in the capital on the night of April 26 for some tests after being attacked by Corona. He was admitted to the Coronary Care Unit (CCU) on May 3 after experiencing shortness of breath.
Mirza Fakhrul said, Khaleda Zia’s corona has come negative. The new complications that arose gradually improved. However, the previous complications still remain. Responding to a question from reporters, Mirza Fakhrul said Khaleda Zia was not yet out of danger. Doctors are treating him with anxiety. The treatment that is needed for him now has to be done in the CCU.
Regarding taking Khaleda Zia abroad, the BNP secretary general said, “Everything depends on the decision of the government.”
Referring to the discussions and decisions taken at the BNP standing committee meeting at the press conference, Mirza Fakhrul said that it is now almost completely uncertain whether to get vaccinated with Seram. People have been deceived by doing business of their choice. The government has done this to appease corruption and India. Concerns about food security were also raised.
Referring to the issue of new chargesheets in the Hefazat violence cases at Shapla Chattar in 2013, Mirza Fakhrul said, “This is being done to wipe out the BNP.” The government is spreading the seeds of communalism in the country. Besides, the BNP congratulated Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for winning the Kolkata Assembly elections. Regarding the appointment of the outgoing Vice-Chancellor of Rajshahi University, Mirza Fakhrul said, “There is no accountability anywhere, there is no rule of law.”
The BNP secretary general said people are returning home in various ways as long-distance vehicles are closed. The government could not make any arrangements to comply with the health rules. There is no initiative to implement it by announcing lockdown. Roads, shopping malls carry people. He mentioned that the availability of Indian corona in the country is a big concern.