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Khadiza Akter recovers significantly, talks to media

Grievously injured college student Khadiza Akter of Sylhet today talked to journalists at Square Hospital in the city as she has recovered significantly.

"With the 'doa' (blessings) of the countrymen, I am fine now. I am feeling well," she said at a press conference.

A student of Sylhet Government Girls' College, Khadiza expressed her gratitude to Prime Minster Sheikh Hasina, Square Hospital authorities, media personnel and the countrymen.

Square Hospital Neurosurgery Associate Consultant Dr. AM Rezaus Sattar, Medicine and Critical Care Department Associate Director Dr. Mirza Nazim Uddin were present on the occasion.

Dr. Nazim Uddin said Khadiza will be shifted to CRP at Savar for

physiotherapy treatment.

Currently, Khadiza can take food with her hands, read any write-up and laugh loudly, he added.

He expressed gratitude to the Prime Minister for keeping confidence in Square Hospital regarding treatment of the critically injured girl.

Khadiza was chopped by Sylhet Shahjalal Science and Technology University student Badrul on her way back after an examination at Sylhet MC College on October3.

She was first admitted to Sylhet Osmani Medical College Hospital. The following day, she was shifted to Square Hospital in Dhaka and kept on life support.

She underwent critical surgical operations one after another in Square Hospital.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)