Khaled Mahmud returns to Dhaka

Khaled Mahmud returns to Dhaka
Bangladesh former cricketer and one of the board director, Khaled Mahmud, has returned to Dhaka after taking treatment at Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore. [বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ নীরবেই দেশে ফিরেছেন খালেদ মাহমুদ]

One of the board member of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), confirmed that Khaled Mahmud, safely reached in Bangladesh on Friday and he is currently remaining under observation at home.

To be noted, the 46-year-old, ex-cricketer of Bangladesh, Khaled Mahmud’s physical condition went beyond control all of a sudden and he became sick on30 July. Eventually he was hospitalized.

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At a stage, he went to Coma. After some intensive medications, he regained his senses. His physical condition had been also improved. Then, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) decided to take him to Singapore and admitted Gleneagles Hospital for better treatment.

He was taking treatment there for a time of 10-day. After taking treatment, he has regained his rhythm and discharged from the hospital. Hence, he is finally returned to Bangladesh again.

It can be mentioned, Khaled Mahmud, who was supposed to be a part of Bangladesh cricket team to display manager’s roles during their home series against Australia, might miss the opportunity due to his physical condition.


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