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Family grieves as body of Bangladeshi who died of chickenpox arrives home
Wed, Dec 31, 2008
The Straits Times

By Lee Hui Chieh & Nilanjana Sengupta

UNTIL he came to work in Singapore two months ago, Mr Mohd Kamaluddin had never left his home country, Bangladesh.

Yesterday, the 28-year-old returned home for good - in a coffin.

His brother, Mr Mohd Shamsul Haq, a 48-year-old farmer, told The Straits Times, in Bengali: 'We are grief-stricken...We never thought we would see this day. He was my little brother. He was hardly ill. Only Allah knows what happened.'

 


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