Ahmed passed away at 4:35 AM on Monday due to "complications from the underlying "comorbid" conditions, including heart disease and kidney dysfunction", said an email statement released by the Burjeel Hospital.
Former world's heaviest woman, Eman Ahmed, who was undergoing treatment in Abu Dhabi, died on Monday after her condition got complicated.
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Van Thio noted that the army campaign came in response to a rebel attack and said that non-Muslims have also suffered. India has over 40,000 Rohingya living in the country since a decade, after fleeing persecution in Myanmar .
Earlier on September 9, Eman had celebrated her 37th birthday, surrounded by family and friends. She weighed about 500 kilogrammes when she went for surgery in Mumbai in February. Previosuly, doctors at the hospital had said that she was making a positive recovery and that she would be able to use an electric wheelchair on her own.
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She lost almost 250 kgs by the time she was released from Saifee and taken to Burjeel in May. "She was infected with a very aggressive kind of bacteria", said Dr Neehad Khawala, head of intensive care unit at Burjeel Hospital. While the doctors claimed that visible progress could be seen in Ahmed and she could shift back home, the family claimed that they were promised at least a six-month long treatment.