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President Dr. Yadav leaves for Japan for treatment


KATHMANDU: President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav, who has been facing problem in his large intestine, has left for Japan on Monday afternoon for further diagnosis and treatment. President Yadav along with his nine-member team boarded a Thai Aircraft at around 2 PM this afternoon.

Following the approval from the medical board, a Cabinet meeting on Sunday had approved the President’s medical trip to Japan and has already decided to cover all medical expenses for his treatment.

President Dr. Yadav is suffering from problems in his digestive system. Doctors in Kathmandu detected a lesion in his large intestine, and recommended him to go abroad for further diagnosis and treatment.

On the recommendation of the medical board under the Ministry of Health, the government on Sunday approved the President’s medical trip to Japan and decided to bear all the expenses incurred in his treatment and Japan stay.

The Japanese government has already assured the Government of Nepal to extend help in finding a suitable hospital and doctor’s appointment for Yadav’s treatment.

President Yadav is accompanied by his son Chandra Mohan, daughter Anita, his adviser Surya Dhungel, personal physician Dr Yadav Bhatta, Chief of Protocol Niranjan Man Singh Basnyat, Nepal Army Colonel Binod Pandey, Lieutenant Colonel Sanjay Parajuli, Major Mandip Limbu and a helper, Gorakh Bahadur Tamang.

Chairperson of the Interim Election Government Khil Raj Regmi, Ministers and other high level dignitaries bade farewell to President Dr. Yadav at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu.

Meanwhile, Vice President Paramananda Jha will look after the President’s official responsibilities at the Sheetal Niwas in Dr. Yadav’s absence as per the Article 36 of the Interim Constitution, a statement issued by the Office of the President said.

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