Former Bangladesh captain Khaled Mahmud in ICU, suffers stroke


NEW DELHI: Former Bangladeshi all rounder Khaled Mahmud faced heart attack on Saturday. Later, he was taken to the Singapore to undergone treatment. The reports was revealed by Mahmud’s family member. He was admitted to Kurmitola Hospital earlier. Later, he was moved to United Hospital in Singapore.

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Nazmul Hassan (BCB President) and several other directors of the board also made a visit to see Mahmud at United Hospital. As per the reports, the board members of BCB have also arranged an ambulance to shift Mahmud to the airport.

BCB media committee chairman Jalal Yunus asserted, “The members of the BCB learnt of his situation after making enquiries into why he was missing from today’s [Sunday’s] board meeting. Later, he was admitted to hospital on Saturday morning and is at present in the ICU.”

“He is in a semi-coma, but the CT scan has not disclosed anything too serious,” he asserted. Yunus also stated that Mahmud could be taken to Singapore for better treatment, if required.

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As of late, Mahmud turned 46 a week ago, Mahmud was Bangladesh’s third Test chief, and had spoken to the nation in 12 Tests and 77 ODIs amid which he scored 991 runs and grabbed 67 ODI wickets. Having made his introduction in 2001, Mahmud called time on his vocation five years after the fact to continue towards a managerial part.