Aman Moudud, only son of BNP standing committee member Moudud Ahmed, died early Tuesday. He was 38.
He breathed his last around 4:30am when he was being flown to Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore by an air ambulance from United Hospital in Dhaka on Monday night, said the BNP chairperson’s press wing member Sairul Kabir Khan.
Moudud’s chamber junior Ehsanur Rahman said Aman’s body has been kept in the mortuary of the Singapore hospital.
Earlier on September 9, attacked with fever, Aman had been admitted to United Hospital where he was diagnosed with dengue.
Ehsanur Rahman said Aman’s condition started deteriorating early Monday after he was given antibiotic for dengue and then he was put on life support.
Moudud’s personal assistant Shahidul Islam said a medical team of the hospital suggested taking him abroad for better treatment.