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Maoist chief leaves for Singapore for treatment of his spouse


KATHMANDU: At a time when many Nepalis have been losing their lives due to lack of basic medicine, chairperson of CUPN-Maoist Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda has left for Singapore on Sunday for his wife Sita’s medical check-up.

According to personal aide of Prachanda, the couple boarded a Thai Airways flight to Singapore at around 1:30 pm.

Sita, a patient of kidney ailments, will undergo treatment at Tan Tock Seng Hospital of Singapore as a follow up to her previous treatment at a Bangkok hospital in Thailand.

Earlier in December, Sita had undergone checkup for her kidney problems at Bangkok-based Bumrungrad International Hospital. The former prime minister was along with his wife that time also. The couple is expected to Kathmandu on Wednesday.

Prachanda has been spending a lavish life after the party joined the political mainstream in 2006 however the source of income is not clear. It is said that Prachada is involved in bribery under the influence of revolutionary cadres since the party joined mainstream politics. Prachanda is the leader, who has been spending quiet huge amount of money for his personal luxuries while party cadres, who fought ten years of bloody war, are in very difficult position. The party is also facing internal conflict due to misappropriation of fund by senior leaders.

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