Kathmandu, Nov. 30: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba had been at the Maharajgunj-based Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) today to call on the victims of the Uadaypur bomb blast took place Wednesday.
The scene of Meera Katuwal who lost her leg in the blast crying grabbing hand of Prime Minister Deuba made the people there emotional. In his words of consolation to Katuwal, the Prime Minister said," I am here, so don't worry, all will be fine soon."
The Prime Ministry met with Narayan Karki, the NC candidate for the House of Representatives election from the Udaupur -2 and other seven victims (injured) in the ambush to take the stock of their health condition. On the occasion, he directed the hospital not to leave any stone unturned in the treatment of the injured.
Karki, NC cadre Katuwal, journalist Nawaraj Poudel, jeep driver Rajan Karki, Dhanamaya Dhaulakoti, Ganesh Puri and policeman Kalidas Shrestha were hurt in the blast targeting the Karki's vehicle. Hospital director Deepak Mahara apprised the Prime Minister that the injured are out of life threatening condition. RSS
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