The president had his medical checkup at the Tokyo University Teaching Hospital in Tokyo. President Yadav was flown to Japan on June 17 for further diagnosis and treatment after a black spot had been detected in his large intestine during his health checkup in a hospital in Kathmandu.
He was accompanied by a nine-member team, including his relatives, personal physicians and security personnel, among others. He was feared to have a cancer. The Tokyo hospital however cleared him of any such ailment. The government has covered all the expenses of his medical treatment.
Talking to journalists at Tribhuvan International Airport, President Yadav has said that all the political parties should participate in the election to the Constituent Assembly (CA) to strengthen the Federal Democratic Republic.
President further said that all parties should go for election by narrowing down their differences as only four-and-half months remain for the election slated for November 19. President Yadav had gone to Japan for medical checkup and treatment.
Also on the occasion, President Yadav expressed sadness over loss of lives and properties by floods and landslides at different parts of Far-Western Region. Extending condolences to those who died in the disaster, the President expressed his sympathy towards the bereaved families.
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