Bangladesh's tallest man Jinnat Ali died in Chittagong Medical College Hospital this morning. He was 24.
He was undergoing treatment at the hospital's neurosurgery department.
Dr Khurshed Anwar, an assistant register of the department, confirmed the news.
He said Jinnat had been suffering from a brain tumour and other complications for a long while.
Jinnat was admitted at the hospital yesterday and placed on life support, he added.
He breathed his last around 4 am....Details»
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