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>DETAINED former premier Sheikh Hasina today complained of her incomplete treatment
and mental harassment by the government.
“I’m the victim of mental torture as I speak and work for the people,” she told a special court after she was produced in connection with the barge-mounted power plant case.
Hasina, who was discharged from the Square Hospital and driven straight to the court at 2:18pm, alleged that she was discharged by the hospital authorities without completing her treatment.
“This is
inhuman,” she said.
Hasina was admitted to the Square Hospital on March 11 with multiple health complications including acute problem in her damaged ears.
“What’s the reason of dragging me to the court straight from the hospital leaving my treatment incomplete?” the ex-PM told the court.
“This is nothing but mental harassment. Where will I get justice? Who will ensure me justice?” she said in the court of judge M Firoz Alam as tears rolled down her cheek.
Hasina complained that she has already lost hearing in her one ear and 25 percent of vision in her left eye due to what she said negligence of the jail authorities.
She suffered damage to her ears following the grenade blasts at her public rally in Dhaka on August 21, 2004 that killed 23 and maimed 300 others.
(Read The Daily Star report)


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