Dhaka – Victim of stabbing for refuging to have rerlationship with BCL leader Badrul Alam, Sylhet college girl Khadiza Begum Nargis is expected to be released from Square Hospital in the capital city Sunday.
Director of Medical Services of the Hospital Dr Mirza Nazim Uddin told journalists on Saturday that she is now well as she can take her meals herself and also read. Now she needs to physical therapy for full recovery and rehabilitation, Dr Mirza said.
Khadiza Begum Nargis on Saturday urged everyone to keep her in prayers and seek blessings for her early recovery.
“I am well. Please pray for my early and full recovery,” she said at the press conference at Square Hospital.
Khadija, a second year Degree student of Sylhet Govt Women’s College, was stabbed on October 3 by Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) unit BCL leader Badrul Alam on her way home in Sylhet city after appearing at an examination, for refusing to have a relationship with him.
As she fell to the ground the attacker mercilessly hacked her in then head leaving her unconscious for several days. Her contiunued improvement appeared to all as a miracle.
Khadija was first taken to Sylhet Osmani Medical College Hospital from where she was taken to Square Hospital for better treatment. After several days of intensive care doctors informed that Khadija started to show signs of having senses. Nearly two months of treatment.
Her parents have thanked the Hospital management and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for their support and care to ensure the treatment at the hospital. – News Desk