Lieutenant colonel Mohammad Ismail Hossain.
A pilot of a training helicopter of the Bangladesh Army, who had been undergoing treatment at a hospital in Singapore after being injured in a helicopter crash on July 27 in Nawabganj in Dhaka, succumbed to his injuries on Tuesday.
The deceased was identified as Air Wing Director of RAB Forces, lieutenant colonel Mohammad Ismail Hossain, 45.
Two pilots were injured as a training helicopter of the Bangladesh Army made crash landing on a waterbody in Nawabganj Upazila of Dhaka district on July 27.
The pilots- Lt Col Ismail and Major Shams were shifted to Dhaka Combined Military Hospital by a helicopter, according to Inter-Services Public Relations.
Colonel Ismail was airlifted to Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore on August 5 as he got severe injury in his backbone.
On August 6, a successful surgery was conducted at the hospital but his physical condition started to be deteriorated.
Later, he breathed his last on Tuesday at the hospital.
Colonel Ismail was survived by his parents, wife and two sons.
Home minister Asaduzzaman Khan, Army Cheif, Senior Secretary of Security Division under Home Ministry, IGP, RAB DG and high officials concerned of RAB and Army expressed deep shock at the demise of Colonel Ismail and conveyed deep sympathy to the bereaved family members.