Prime Min­is­ter Oli gets well, marks Ti­har and re­sumes his daily works

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Prime Min­is­ter K P Oil has be­come fit after a few days' ill­ness. When he was ad­mit­ted in the TU Teach­ing Hos­pi­tal on Oc­to­ber 29, many have sus­pected that that he was se­ri­ously ill. But in five days he got well and was dis­charged from the hos­pi­tal. How­ever, he re­mained in­side his Baluwatar res­i­dence as he was ad­vised to avoid crowd. How­ever, he ap­peared in the pub­lic only dur­ing and after Ti­har. He re­ceived Bhaitika from his two sis­ters and reached Nawal­parasi to par­tic­i­pate in a func­tion. Al­though he has not been to the Prime Min­is­ter's Of­fice Singha Dur­bar since his ill­ness, he has been car­ry­ing out his tasks from Baluwatar. On Sun­day, he held a four-hour-long meet­ing of the Cab­i­net that took some 16 im­por­tant de­ci­sions. How­ever, no de­ci­sion was made pub­lic of­fi­cially. Ac­cord­ing to in­for­ma­tion leaked by a few min­is­ters, the meet­ing ap­pointed three am­bas­sadors, in­clud­ing Nil­am­barAcharya to In­dia. Prime Min­is­ter Oli, who is a kid­ney pa­tient, has been work­ing tire­lessly after he be­came PM in Fe­bru­ary this year. His lat­est ill­ness was said to be caused due to his min­gling with crowd dur­ing Dashain.

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