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Baku/12.01.23/Turan: Despite the critical condition, Tofig Yagublu continues his hunger strike in the hospital, where he was taken on the evening of January 11. This was announced by lawyer Agil Laij after visiting Yagublu in the hospital.
According to him, Yagublu was injected with drugs that are not nutrients.
“The drip infusion was done to thin the blood, because he has a serious process of thrombosis in his blood,” the lawyer said.
According to him, doctor Adil Geibulla was also allowed to see Yagublu.—21B06-

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2023 January 11 (Wednesday) 19:21:03

The Ministry of Internal Affairs commented on the hospitalization of Yagublu 

Baku/11.01.23/Turan:  The press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs confirmed the information about the hospitalization of Yagublu.
When asked whether Yagublu’s treatment in the hospital would be continued, or whether he would be returned to the Detention Center in an administrative manner, the department replied as follows:
Today doctor Adil Geybulla met with Tofig Yagublu. On his advice, Yagublu was transferred to the hospital for a thorough examination. Based on the results of the examination, an appropriate decision will be made.*   *   *

2023 January 11 (Wednesday) 18:27:20

Tofig Yagublu hospitalized in civilian clinic

Baku/11.01.23/Turan:  Tofig Yagublu is hospitalized in hospital No. 6 named after Melikova, located in Binagadinsky district, daughter of the politician Nigar Khazi reported.-0-

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2023 January 11 (Wednesday) 17:39:32

Tofig Yagublu needs hospitalization - doctor

Baku/11.01.23/Turan: On Wednesday, Professor of Medicine Adil Geybulla visited the opposition politicianTofig Yagublu at the Binagadi detention center for administratively arrested, the politician's daughter Nigar Hazi wrote on her Facebook page.

The health of her father, who has been on a hunger strike since January 7, is critical, his blood pressure has dropped to 80/60. He is very lethargic, constantly dizzy and has lost a lot of weight, she  wrote.

"The doctor said that if he is not immediately transferred to the hospital, then irreversible processes will begin in the body," the activist's daughter said.

Professor Geybulla, in an interview with a Turan correspondent, noted that the hunger strike had a certain impact on Yagublu's body, taking into account his age and the operations he had undergone.

He confirmed that he considers it expedient to transfer Yagublu to the hospital. "Negotiations are underway on this issue,"  said the professor.

* Tofig Yagublu, a member of the National Council of Democratic Forces and the "Musavat" Party, was detained on December 23 at a protest rally in central Baku demanding the release of public activist Bakhtiyar Hajiyev.

On the same day, the Sabail court arrested him for 30 days on charges of petty hooliganism and insubordination to the police. On January 5, the Baku Court of Appeal upheld this decision. In protest, Yagublu went on a hunger strike. ---06B---

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