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Bidisha bids emotional farewell to ex-husband Ershad

15 July 2019 bdnews24.com


Bidisha Siddique, the former wife of Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad, has bid an emotional farewell to her husband following his death in a military hospital.
She expressed her deep shock over his death in a Facebook post from Ajmer Sharif in India. She put a black badge on her profile picture by removing the previous photo of Ershad and their son Eric.
"We'll no longer meet in this life. You left the world while I came to Ajmer Sharif. It seems more peaceful for you than suffering from so much pain. We may meet in another world with no politics," Bidisha wrote.

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