Staff Reporter | Update: 2020-03-14 10:19:14
Tourist Farzana Akter(25) returned to Cox's Bazar to enjoy life with her husband. This situation has arisen in Farhana's life as her husband, who had spent a lifetime living in Nonajale, Baliari and Market all day, died suddenly.
Farhana's husband Ferdous Alam Khan Sourav (35) responded to the death of a sick man by eating 'fish fries' (fried fish) sold in a van car under the open sky at around 5:30 pm on Friday.
Sourav (35) is the son of the deceased Nabiul Alam Khan of Masjid road area in Sirajganj Sadar upazila. She was self-employed at the job source in Mirpur-4 Ansar Camp Ahmed Nagar Paikpara area of Dhaka.
Sourav's wife, Farzana, said that they arrived at Cox's Bazar on Friday morning and got up at room 6 of Cox-in-the-hotel at Sugandha Point in Kalatali. Bathing in the sea all day, catching her husband's hand in Baliari, visiting the market, returning to the hotel at the aromatic point, eating dubs and fish fries. After this, Sourav felt ill. When she was shown to a local pharmacy, they advised her to be taken to the hospital immediately. He was taken to Cox's Bazar Sadar Hospital at around 10pm when he was taken to the hospital on duty.
SM Naushad Riyad, a doctor in charge of Cox's Bazar District Sadar Hospital, said that he died before being brought to the hospital. Preliminary examination of the body is believed to result in death from heart disease or food poisoning. However, details will be revealed after the autopsy.
Cox's Bazar Sadar Model Police Station said. Shahjahan Kabir said the body of the tourist was recovered from the hospital and placed in the morgue for autopsy.
It is noteworthy that Ferdous Alam Khan Sourav and Farzana were married in 2016. They had no children in the marriage. The death of her husband suddenly made Farzana silent. Farzana is standing outside the hospital with only a handful of information.
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