Urged to solve problem through dialogue
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has urged the government to solve the problem of Dr Govinda KC who have been staging hunger strike demanding the reformation of medical sector.
The commission releasing a press statement on November 28 has urged and drawn the attention of the government to be more sensible to save life of Dr. Govinda KC at any cost through dialogue. It has further urged government to find the solution through dialogue so that such incident never repeats in future.
The statement also states that Dr KC’s health is deteriorating day by day based on their monitoring.
The statement says” the building of the government hospital and its equipment are in old condition, there is lack of pure drinking water, lack of rubbish management system.” It has urged the government to manage all these issues.
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