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Farida Parveen returns home

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Farida Parveen, one of leading Lalon singers of the country returned home on Tuesday (April 20), nine days after she was admitted to hospital.
Her son-in-law Sazzadur Rahman confirmed the news. He said, “Her physical condition has improved. Kidney problems are also under control now. So, she was released from hospital.”
Farida Parveen submitted sample for coronavirus test on April 7 as she had fever. On April 8, her coronavirus report came positive. Then, on the advice of doctor, she started taking treatment from home. The singer was admitted to Universal Medical College in the capital on April 12 due to deteriorating physical condition. About 50 percent of her lungs was infected.
Farida Parveen’s songs have earned much appreciation from audiences both at home and abroad.
Born on December 31, 1954 in Shaol village of Singra Police Station in Natore, she started training in folk music under the instruction of Mokshed Ali Shah.
The singer, who was brought up in Kushtia, started out with Nazrul Sangeet in 1986 as a listed artiste of Rajshahi Betar. She won Ekushey Padak in 1987 for her outstanding contribution to the arena of music.

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