Talks between Govt and D KC in positive direction
The informal talks between government and agitating Dr Govinda KC’s has begun according to RSS source.
The talks held between the teams at Ministry of Education, Science and Technology on Tuesday took a positive direction, said a press release issued by the Ministry, adding that both sides were directed towards agreements on most of the demands raised by Dr KC.
The press release was jointly signed by coordinator of Dr KC’s side, Dr Abhisek Raj Singh and Secretary at the Ministry, Khagaraj Baral.
Deputy Leader of parliamentary party of CPN, Subash Chandra Nembang had taken initiatives for informal talks with Dr KC’s team.
He also held the talks with both sides. Leader Nembang said that the government is ready and flexible to discuss on the issues raised by Dr KC especially on the bill registered in the house.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Oli and NCP chair Prachanda had conducted a dialogue with Mathema and Dr Baskota regarding the issue on improving the medical education. Dr KC is in hunger strike for the last 25 days.
INSEC online desk
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