PM’s health condition satisfactory

Kathmandu / Mar. 9: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s health condition showed satisfactory improvement today, the sixth day of his renal transplant.

He continued with his regular meal, walk and exercise, the TU Teaching Hospital said. If the health condition remains stable then the Prime Minister may be discharged from the hospital in a day or two, says a statement issued by Executive Director of the Hospital, Prof Dr Prem Krishna Khadga.

Likewise, the condition of Samikchya Sangraula, who donated her kidney to the Prime Minister, is also good.

The Prime Minister had undergone the renal transplant at the hospital on March 4.

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