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PM Koirala inquires about Boagti’s health condition


Post Bahadur BogatiKATHMANDU: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala reached Norvic Hospital today to inquire about the health condition of ailing UCPN (Maoist) vice-chairman Bogati. Leader Bogati had suffered a heart attack on Friday night.
He was rushed to the Bansbari-based Sahid Gangalal National Heart Centre after he suffered a cardiac arrest at his residence.
He was shifted to Norvic hospital for further treatment.
Prime Minister Koirala inquired about Bogati’s health condition and asked the doctors to use all types of treatment facilities available in the country.
Similarly, doctors told the PM that Bogati’s treatment is being carried out by using all facilities adding that he could not be taken to foreign countries in the current condition.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Koirala assured Bogati’s families that the government will support for his treatment.
Prior to this, PM Koirala telephoned UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and urged to pay attention to the treatment of leader Bogati.

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