Two more children lost their mother in dengue


Nuralam Jiku: A woman named Barsha Akhter, 25, of Fakir Mohammad Akankandi village of Jajira Municipality of Shariatpur died of fever. He died at a hospital in Dhaka on Tuesday night after suffering from dengue.
He has six daughters named Afrin Rahman and two and a half year old Aurin Rahman.
Barsha is the wife of Mizanur Rahman Madbar of Fakir Mohammad Akankandi village of Akhter Municipality.
He was a teacher of the local Shahid Ali Madbarkandi Government Primary School. Her husband worked at Sonargaon Sonali Bank branch in Narayanganj.
According to the family, Monsoon Akhter was diagnosed with fever on July 7. Did not give much importance in the beginning. He went to school with a feverish body. On July 28, family members brought her to Jajira Upazila Health Complex after she became more ill. Doctors there examined him and found dengue fever in his body. They advised him to take better treatment in Dhaka. The next day, he was taken to Dhaka Medical College Hospital.
But he could not be admitted there. He was admitted to the ‘Practical Medical College Hospital’ in Dhaka’s signboard area on Saturday. He was given 5 bags of blood on several occasions. His condition continued to deteriorate. He died while undergoing treatment on Tuesday night. His body was brought to Akkandi village of Jabir in Jazira on Wednesday. On the news of his death, relatives, school teachers and education department officials rushed to the scene. Later in the afternoon, he was buried in a village graveyard.
Shahid Ali Madbarkandi Government Primary School teacher Nila Akhter said the life of the rainy year was two. When the mother was at school, both of the girls were with her. The rain did not return to the country, now the children will see the two, thinking that the chest is twisted.
It is learned that Mizanur Rahman, husband of the monsoon, is an officer of Sonali Bank. He came to Dhaka after receiving news of his wife’s dengue. He tried to save his wife for five days.
Mizanur Rahman said, I could not think that the rain will return home with a frozen body. The girl repeatedly searches for their mother. What will I comfort them? Why did God put me through such a difficult test.
Jazira Upazila Health and Family Planning Officer Mahmudul Hassan said that the primary school teacher was suffering from dengue at her home in Jazeera. Dengue was actually identified in our health complex on Thursday. Immediately I referred him to Dhaka.
He said seven dengue patients have been identified so far in Jazira. Other Dengue patients came to Dhaka with fever.
Shariatpur Civil Surgeon Dr. Md. Khalilur Rahman said four dengue patients have been identified in Shariatpur district till 8am on Wednesday. The Department of Health is working to increase dengue awareness. Our Upazila and District Hospital is being tested for dengue. The maximum support is being given to those who seek treatment here.


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