Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) has released a press statement on July 24 and stressed for the dialogue with Dr KC as there is no alternative than this for the meaningful result. The statement states” On the third day of his hunger strike in Karnali Health and Science Institute, Jumla, the doctors involved in his treatment said that his health condition is deteriorating and needed treatment in ICU. We feel that there is a possibility of diversion on the issue raised in hunger strike especially after the clash while transferring Dr KC to Kathmandu on July 19 from Jumla for treatment and clash in Kathmandu on July 21 between demonstrators and police. Meanwhile, doctors have warned that his health condition is further deteriorating.”
The press statement signed by the chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel further says that it has been monitoring almost every demands made by Dr KC and at the same time drawing the attention of the government and KC. It says that his demands were focused on medical education until the third hunger strike however his demands afterwards are directed towards parliament and judiciary respectively.
The statement further demands government to solve the issue in parliamentarian committee with an involvement of stakeholders and appeal government on providing support to make a meaningful dialogue with Dr KC in presence with his representatives.
INSEC online desk