In association with
Logo Logo Logo

Padlock lifted at Gandaki Medical College after one and half months

KATHMANDU: The students who had enforced agitation putting forth four-point demands have lifted the padlocking at Gandaki Medical College and Hospital today. Stirring students removed padlocks from the office of college administration and Out Patient Department of the hospital in presence of police.
The students had locked the college since January 31 protesting against hike in educational fee by the college. Their demands had entered into a legal process and the agitation has been put off till the report of regulatory body is made public, the agitating students said.
Anil Sinha, an agitating student, said there was no obstruction to the educational and hospital services. The students agreed to remove the padlock to allow MBBS students to sit in examinations beginning from coming April 4.
It may be noted that the protesting students had registered a complaint over a forgery case against college operators and employees on March 5 after the college administration did not heed their demands. After the complaint, the police arrested 11 concerned persons including college chairperson Khuma Prasad Aryal.
Student found dead
Meanwhile Shishir KC, 24, a fourth year MBBS student of Gandaki Medical College, has been found dead.
KC hailing from Beni, Myagdi was found dead on a lake nearby a hotel at Pokhara Metropolis-18. His body was recovered from the lake, said Govinda Puri, Deputy Superintendant of Police (DSP) of the Province-4. An investigation has been launched into the incident.

For Indian tourists travelling by land:- 72 hours (-ve) C-19 report, CCMC form and Antigen Test at entry point

For Indian tourists travelling by land:- 72 hours (-ve) C-19 report, CCMC form and Antigen Test at entry point

Comment here !
Related News

NEW YORK:- Nepal has been exhibiting its diplomatic acumen in five various UN bodies. It has been elected member of

KATHMANDU:- The country recorded a total of 6,462 new cases of corona virus infection and four COVID-19 related deaths in

By Narayan Neupane, KATHMANDU:- Experts have highlighted the need to bring overhauling reforms in course of the formulation of legislation

KATHMANDU:- The Chinese government has provided two million syringes as assistance in order to help vaccination campaign Nepal government launched