Kathmandu: Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli who has been undergoing treatment in a hospital will be discharged once doctors attending to him review his kidney test reports.
Oli’s personal doctor Divya Singh said, “We are waiting for the report about his kidney (functioning) which will be ready by evening. His other tests and reports are normal.”
“Only after seeing the report of his kidney test we will be able to confirm the date of his discharge; we cannot make any guess now,” Dr Singh added.
Nepal Prime Minister has been undergoing treatment in the Manmohan Cardiothoracic and Transplant Center in Maharajgunj, Kathmandu. The hospital had declared Oli all fit and fine two days ago. But the report of his kidney status has compelled him to be in the hospital for additional days.
“Despite his condition being normal, the Prime Minister cannot be discharged. He will be discharged once we review his kidney reports,” Dr Divya Singh asserted.