KATHMANDU: Amid speculation that whether the elections of the constituent assembly would take place on November 19 as announced by the government, Chairperson of the Interim Election Government Khil Raj Regmi reaffirmed that the government was committed to holding Constituent Assembly (CA) elections in a free and fair atmosphere within the stipulated date.
He also expressed his confidence that maximum people would take part in the election. Addressing the 31st anniversary of the TU Teaching Hospital in the capital on Monday, Chairman Regmi urged all to help create favorable atmosphere for the enthusiastic participation of people in the election.
On a different note, he said the constitution has established health service as the basic need and fundamental right of the people and added that it was essential to ensure people’s access to health services.
Meanwhile attending the program senior heart specialist Dr. Bhagawan Koirala, who is also the executive director of the hospital, became sentimental and burst into tears.
Koirala could not control his emotions after the program presenter mentioned about the achievements made by the hospital during the leadership of Koirala and contribution of Koirala for taking the hospital to this shape.
Addressing the function Dr. Koirala informed that he tried to do maximum utilization of 2.6 billion rupees supported by the Government. Koirala had resigned from the post of Executive Director of the Hospital after the government did not fulfill its commitment for the reform of hospital and Tribhuvan University did not cooperate with his reform initiatives. However, he returned to the work at the special initiation taken by erstwhile Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bahattarai.
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