KATHMANDU, Oct 31: Prime Minister K.P.Sharma Oli was admitted to the Grande International Hospital in Dhapasi on Wednesday morning.
He was immediately taken to the intensive care unit (ICU). A patient suffering from severe renal failure he had a transplant 12 years ago, and since then he has constantly battled with ailments.
The hospital authorities have now said that his condition is stable.
His press adviser Dr. Kundan Aryal said that the condition is normalizing and his health is currently improving while there are people at the hospital constantly monitoring his condition. The PM was afflicted with fever on Wednesday morning and was immediately taken to the hospital.
The people close to Oli including his well-wishers along with the entire Nation is concerned about is health and hope for his discharge from the hospital.
Former Minister Dr. Minendra Rijal from the main opposition Nepali Congress Party (NC) has said that “although we are political opponents, PM Oli’s leadership and service is required and crucial for our Nation”.
Prior to this the PM had gone for several days on two separate occasions to be treated at the National University Hospital in Singapore.
Although the hospital has released a statement regarding the stability and improvement in his health, social media is outspread with well-wishers of the PM who feel that they are not being provided with the actual information, and that factual information regarding the health of the PM is obscured.