“Khadiza’s condition is now out of danger. We conducted several surgeries and ensured her proper treatment here,” hospital’s Deputy Director Mirza Nazim said at a briefing on Saturday afternoon.
He said: “Her muscles are working now and she has regained full consciousness. She cannot make a grip with her left hand properly as yet. She should now be shifted to a good rehabilitation centre for further improvement."
Even if Khadiza is fit to be discharged, the doctors are going to keep her in the hospital until Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) ensures a bed for her, he added.
On October 3, BCL SUST unit leader Badrul Alam attempted to hack Khadiza to death. She was taken to Square Hospital on October 6 where she had been receiving medical attention since the attack.