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Bangladesh President Zillur Rahman is dead

Wednesday March 20, 2013 08:09:14 PM, IANS

Dhaka: Bangladesh President Zillur Rahman Wednesday died at a hospital in Singapore, said a media report. He was 83.

Rahman died at Mount Elizabeth Hospital of Singapore where he was undergoing treatment for respiratory problems and some other complications since March 11, reported thedailystar.net.

Before being flown to Singapore, Zillur was admitted to the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in Dhaka March 10 with respiratory problems.

He had fever since March 9.

The president was on respiratory support while boarding the aircraft for Singapore, the media report quoted Bangabhaban official sources as saying.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Leader of Opposition in parliament Khaleda Zia and Speaker Abdul Hamid expressed deep condolence at his death.






 

 



 

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