PM says will return to work soon: PM’s health improving gradually, started to walk

Kathmandu / Mar. 6: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s health is gradually improving today, the third day of transplant of kidney. Prime Minister Oli’s chief advisor Bishnu Rimal met with PM Oli and held short talks this afternoon.

Advisor Rimal in his twitter post said that the PM Oli told him he would return to work soon.

Prime Minister Oli underwent kidney transplant at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, on Wednesday for the second time.

PM Oli’s health improving gradually, started to walk

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has started to walk lightly today, two days after he underwent kidney transplantation surgery at TU Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj.

The health-update statement released by the hospital this afternoon mentioned that PM Oli’s health was improving gradually.

The PM has also started to intake solid food, read the statement.

The hospital further informed that all the lab test reports of all the important indicators conducted after the surgery were normal.

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