Nepal plane crash survivor Emrana Kabir Hashi, who is now in a critical and unstable condition, will not be moved to Delhi for better treatment, her relatives say.
She is currently being treated at the burn unit of Kathmandu Medical College. The doctors there did not give her family permission to move her.
Hashi’s brother-in-law Samir told the Dhaka Tribune: “We wanted to take her to Delhi for better treatment. But, considering her current condition, the doctors did not grant our request.”
At least 50 people, including 26 Bangladeshi nationals, were killed when an US-Bangla Airlines aircraft crashed and burst into flames while trying to land at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport on Monday.
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Mehedi Hasan, Saiyada Kamrunnahar Shwarna and Almun Nahar Annie, who survived the crash, are scheduled to be taken to Dhaka on Friday afternoon, according to their relatives.
Another survivor Eakub Ali, who is currently receiving treatment at Norvic International Hospital in Kathmandu, will not be shifted to other hospital.
Bangladesh Ambassador to Nepal Mashfee Binte Shams said: “Eakub will get the same treatment in any country as he is currently receiving in Kathmandu.”