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Nepalese youth street movement against Government irregularities and corruption is at a turning point

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has visited the HAMS hospital to take stock of the health of youth activists who have been staging a fast-unto-death Satyagraha for the last six days and talked to the protesters and heard their grievances, a source said.

By Phurpa Sherpa, KATHMANDU:- Two Youth’s activities have been admitted to HAMS Hospital after their hunger strike condition deteriorated as they were staging Satyagraha for the last six days.

The protesters have been demanding financial transparency, improvement of quarantine facilities, the safety of health workers, and an increase in the number of polymerase reaction tests to detect Covid-19 cases.

While it has been seven days since the activities of the youth went on a hunger strike (Satyagraha) against the government’s held placards demanding strong management of COVID-19, the strong expansion of PCR test, safe quarantine, the safety of health workers and for the survival of the people, some stayed Satyagraha at Patan Durbar Square in Lalitpur.

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has visited the HAMS hospital to take stock of the health of youth activists who have been staging a fast-unto-death Satyagraha for the last six days and talked to the protesters and heard their grievances, a source said.

(Photo courtesy: Prime Minister’s Office)

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