Bangla Hunt Desk: Russia's President Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin) is a big demand. According to reports, Putin is suffering from Parkinson's disease, and now the situation is such that he may resign from the presidency in January next year. According to reports, Putin's 37-year-old girlfriend Alina Kabayeva has asked him to retire. A few days ago, a video went viral showing Putin's legs shaking and he trying to hide it with his hands.
Vladimir Putin & quot; will quit as Russian President amid fears he has Parkinson & # 039; s disease & # 039; https://t.co/uVwakKdUmK
– Daily Mail Online (ailMailOnline) November 6, 2020
According to the Daily Mail, Putin's condition is deteriorating due to Parkinson's disease, and the shadow of the disease is clearly visible on his feet, fingers and eyebrows. Earlier in the day, a law was passed in Russia that would have allowed Putin to serve as Russia's senator for the rest of his life. According to the law, Putin will continue to receive legal assistance in all matters for the rest of his life. According to the report, such legislation suggests that a transfer of power to Russia could take place soon.
Putin has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease before. However, the Kremlin did not respond to a request for comment. Surprisingly, the Kremlin never dismissed it. According to reports, Putin has serious symptoms of Parkinson's and his hands are slowly stopping working.
Kremlin critic Professor Bellary Solobei said Putin's daughters Katrina and Maria had also told him to retire and rest. He says the disease is linked to Putin's family and that it is clear he could make a big decision next January.