Nepal PM Oli released from hospital
KATHMANDU: The Prime Minister of Nepal, who had complained of chest pain, was released from the hospital on Friday.
Oli, 69, was taken to the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital for a medical check-up as he had an irregular heartbeat and chest pain on Thursday night.
The Prime Minister was released after spending almost a day in hospital.
Oli had a second kidney transplant on March 4 in Kathmandu. He was released from the hospital after more than a week, and doctors had advised him to avoid any meetings, gatherings, and events for the next few months.
However, Oli has participated in meetings after the coronavirus outbreak. Earlier this week, he had also chaired a cabinet meeting.